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Hans Bouffmyhre

Hans Bouffmyhre is a young man from Paisley, Glasgow with a worrying obsession for music. Hans started off his career in 2006 when he began to promote his own party in Glasgow called 'Sleaze' where he booked and played alongside some of the worlds best techno acts including the likes of Andrew Weatherall, Funk D' Void, Chloe, Radio Slave, Johannes Heil, Extrawelt, Phil Keiran, Len Faki & Par Grindvik!

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Tom Clark

Real Name: Thomas Haertel
tom clark started his dj-ing in 1993. he was later casted at the legendary berlin-based " e-werk ", where he soon got an residency. due of the enourmous influence of this club, he started spinning in almost every location in berlin, later germany and europe-wide. since 1995 he is one of the resident djs at the famous tresor club, but one can find him spinning in every hot spot of berlin, be it the " ostgut, sternradio, polar tv (no ufos) so36, pfefferbank to name a few.

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Pantha du Prince & The Bell Laboratory

Side project from German electronic producer Hendrik Weber, aka Pantha du Prince, along with Norwegian group The Bell Laboratory. Their first collaborative album, Elements Of Light, has been released on January 15th, 2013.

Pantha du Prince & The Bell Laboratory on Last.fm.

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D. Ramirez

D. Ramirez has achieved five top 20 hits, played on every continent and single handedly coined THAT electrohouse sound. He was awarded Best Remix and Best Producer in DJ Magazine’s awards and he has been knighted 'Player Of The Year' in iDJ. His remix of Bodyrox ‘Yeah Yeah’ scored him an Ivor Novello nomination while past exploits such as ‘Columbian Soul’, ‘Time Fades Away’, ‘Pleasure Me’ and ‘La Discotek’ have all achieved coveted Coolcuts and Buzz chart hotspots, championed by some of the biggest DJs in the game.

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dOP

dOP is a brand new trio from Paris, which is made up of Clement Zemtsov (beat programming), Damien Vandesande (keyboards and horns) and last but not the least Lelli (lyrics and vocals). Having released two very highly rated EPs on Milnormodern and Circus Company in 2007, they are about to embark on a tour of Europe’s top clubs in 2008. Don't miss them on stage, as they have a unique musical approach to dance music that is all their own. With their first album "Between The Blues" slated for release in October 2008, the future is looking very bright for the Frenchmen.

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Disposable

Thrash Metal from Edinburgh, Scotland
http://www.facebook.com/DisposableThrash?sk=info Download "The Disposable EP" here: http://www.mediafire.com/?ngynej9ir1a8v Disposable are a Metal band from Edinburgh, Scotland. Mixing our favourite aspects of Metal to metal to make that Thrashy, Chunky 'Dispo' sound. Formed in late 2009, and released "The Disposable EP" in late 2011. Currently writing tracks to feature on an upcoming debut album which we hope to have completed soon. We have been playing shows in and around our home town Edinburgh, as well as shows in Glasgow and Dundee.

Read more about Disposable on Last.fm.

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Furesshu

Furesshu; pronounced fu. rea. shu Originally from Brighton, but now living in Bristol. The music is about finding the balance between sounding 'deep' and being able to work on a dance-floor. Heavily inspired by the Bristol Dubstep scene and Techno sub genres, but foremost any music which has a more emotive, subtle and progressive sound. http://www.myspace.com/furesshubeats

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A Cloakroom Assembly

A Cloakroom Assembly’s debut album for Endgame is titled Territory + Population, it is a hypnotic, brooding, melodic soundtrack for modern life. A Cloakroom Assembly is the psuedonym of pioneering Australian sound artist Michael Tee. His album Territory + Population combines elements of old German space rock, 1950’s Sci-Fi soundtracks, minimalism, modal
structures, planned accidents, palimpsest, low-fi and low-tech keyboards, mrrk sound beds, abstract loops, and treated guitars.

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Chromatics

Chromatics originally hailed from Seattle as a quartet featuring vocalist Adam Miller, drummer Hannah Blilie, guitarist Devin Welch, and bassist Michelle Nolan. That lineup debuted in 2002 with a Calvin Johnson-produced 7" on Gold Standard Laboratories -- a split with Die Monitr Batss -- and followed with the similarly GSL-issued Chrome Rats Vs Basement Ruts LP. While Chrome Rats was critically hailed, Chromatics couldn't keep it together, and Miller was soon the only member in good standing (Blilie, Welch, and Nolan went on to form the similar-sounding Shoplifting).

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