Born and raised in Groningen, Netherlands, Frank Post's initial forays into releasing music have seen him remix Noisia for Deadmau5's mau5trap imprint and get snapped up by his fellow Dutchmen for an album deal on their Division Recordings record label. Arriving at the production alias Posij via several visits to Greek ruins, a personal loathing for swimming in seas and rivers, and an understanding of graphic design, Frank's aural outlook drags the experimental days of electronic music up to date with modern sounds and production techniques.
Adam Freeland is a UK-based DJ and producer specialising in nu skool breaks. Like his record label, Marine Parade, he is a resident of Brighton. As a producer, he formed half of Tsunami One with Kevin Beber, and released a solo album as Freeland; as a DJ he operates solo under his own full name. In 1996 'Coastal Breaks' heralded the beginning of something new - BREAKBEAT. Nights such as Friction outgrew their underground roots to deservedly take their place in the industry's limelight with pioneers like Adam pushing the barriers and selling the sound.
The former alias of Dan Snaith, an electronic musician from Dundas, Ontario, Canada. Snaith renamed himself Caribou in 2004 under threat of an American lawsuit by Richard "Handsome Dick" Manitoba, who had used the surname professionally since the 1970s but has not released any music as a solo artist. Manitoba's critically acclaimed album "Up In Flames" has since been re-released under the Caribou name and listed as such in discographies.
Andrea Parker (not to be confused with the actress of the same name) is a female British techno disc jockey and producer. She is originally from Yalding, Kent, but later moved to London. Originally playing cello, she soon started producing electronic music and DJing. As a producer, she is known for her warm and emotional sound, often created with vintage synthesizers like Fairlights or ARPs (Kiss my ARP is the title of her album on Mo' Wax).
Judge Jules is a British dance music DJ. Born on October 26, 1965 as Julius O'Riordan, he was educated at University College School and the London School of Economics. He studied law at the LSE, giving rise to his stage name "Judge Jules", though he obtained a lower second class honours in his degree. Jules began his music career as a DJ on the then pirate radio station Kiss FM before he joined BBC Radio 1 in 1997, where he now has a regular Saturday night slot. He also has an internationally-syndicated radio show called "The Global Warm Up" www.
http://www.myspace.com/alwaysneverentertainment Atlanta based and internationally known, Le Castle Vania, commonly known as Dylan Eiland, quickly escaped the local trappings of his hometown in Georgia to play music around the world. Atlanta’s burgeoning music scene allowed him to develop his passion for music and nightlife, and he soon gained notoriety with his riotous DJ sets and penchant for production, which made him a household name in the dirty and distorted, indie-electro scene.
Constantly evolving, Glass Candy have travelled from bare bones stripped down disco rock to equal parts digital and analogue, to synthesizer/drum machine with a side of bass and live drums, to Italo Disco. Born in Portland in the late 90's, the current line up is Ida No on vocals and Johnny Jewel on synths, guitar, and production.
Stupid Fresh are Chris Elliott and Tod Hodge. They have tracks signed to Vacation Records and are offically signed to Micky Slim's Bomb Squad label.