Mike Monday studied music at Oxford University, and worked in the early 90s with Andy Cato of Groove Armada as part of Beat Foundation. His debut album, Smorgasbord, was praised by the likes of Ministry of Sound and DJ Mag, and he's now working on a follow up entitled "Songs Without Words - Part 1"(due to be released in September 2008), which will feature the influence of a variety of genres, such as hosue, funk and techno.
Italian minimal-techno producer. Over the past few years, Dozzy has been one of the chief characters at the Saturday night events at Brancaleone, one of Italy’s most celebrated clubs and a key promoter of underground music in Rome. He played a leading role at the microhouse night, together with some of the best DJs on the international scene, serving up DJ and laptop performances of great emotional impact, offering a microtrancey journey across the spectrum of electronic music.
My name is Max Hock aka Es.tereo, I was born in Heidelberg (Germany) in 1984. I became interested in music when I was 5 years old, later in 1996 I got in touch with Jungle-music for the first time. But only being passionate about the music wasn’t enough for me, I wanted to get more involved and started to play (as Dj Swirl) in several clubs in Heidelberg, Mannheim and in a few festivals. Finally I managed to become resident dj for one of the best-known d&b party in the area, called “fight-club”. Around that time I also started to develop a huge interest in producing music myself.
There are seven artists with the name Thor: * Thor is the original rock warrior, and has been active since the 70's playing his unique brand of metal, developing a cult following around the world. Now in his late 50's Thor still actively tours bringing his rock and roll spectacle to new audiences every night. * Thor is a rock band from Chemnitz, Germany. * A Berkshire-based pop/psych outfit who recorded one acetate in the 60's.
Qbical, better known to his parent’s as “Raymond van Baal”, was born in a little town called Leusden in the Netherlands. Being of a fine 1983 vintage he grew up with music by Michael Jackson, Phil Collins and later in the 90’s acts as The Chemical Brothers, Orbital, and the whole house, techno and “electronic music in general” culture.
While Raymond was playing in several rock bands as a drummer he started producing electronic music using trackers on an old PC releasing lot’s of free EP’s over time.