Joseph Capriati first began to approach the world of DJing in 1998 at just the age of 11, with the passion for house and hip hop. From 1999 to 2004, he performs in some clubs in south Italy and plays with various international DJ's growing musically and converted to the music that will totally transform himself: techno! In 2005, Capriati begins his interest in the music production with the desire to create his own music and play it.
In January 2000 two clever friends handed Scott Edwards a copy of buzz and a cdr full of samples. These were fused with a mind full of sounds crossing everything from Tangerine Dream to a Roots Supercharger and Avus was born. By this time Scott had already been honing his DJ talents for many years gaining a residency at London's Glasshouse, his own radio show and playing numerous sets around some of Britain's best (and indeed dodgiest) sweatpits.
1- Shazam (not to be confused with band The Shazam) is producer Cameron Parkin from Perth, Western Australia. Getting releases pressed to vinyl since he was 16, his current output is somewhat along the lines of French House and Electro-Funk (in the truest/purest sense of the terminology). 2- Shazam is a German eurodance project produced by Graham Bonney, Andreas Herchenbach and Guido Scheffler.
Shazam released the singles "No Guarantee" and "Baby Baby Baby".
Waste, dream box and nonsense. Madato is a young guy. He is not that kind of person you may imagine when you hear his stuff. Or maybe yes, he is. Like Naples is not definitely that kind of junk place you may consider if you walk along the streets and see waste everywhere. There is more to figure out beyond the things. Madato is still wondering what
Harvey McKay is one of a school of new young artists to come out from Glasgow’s thriving underground club circuit.
After 12 years playing the drums, culminating in an album deal with Swiss punk band Tastes Like Chicken (now BMC), Sheffield-based Ben Fraser now focuses his efforts on creating high-quality late-night entertainment... This takes the form of swarming, precision-made pleasure machines: the unique driving acid-tinged filth that is the Ben Fraser sound. Since his first release on Planet Zogg Records in 2005, Ben has gone on to set-up Sabretooth Records: an outlet for his unique blend of all things deep, dark and driving.
XXYYXX is the name of Orlando, FL's 16 year old producer, Marcel Everett. Marcel works out of his bedroom creating harmonious music that provokes emotion and transmits vivid images of peace and still sadness. His music has been featured on XLR8R, The Needle Drop, Earmilk, Indie Shuffle, BIRP and many more. http://www.facebook.com/frofimusic