Jeff McIlwain has been producing his visceral, melodic strain of abstract electronic music as Lusine for over 10 years now. Originally a Texas native, McIlwain met Shad Scott while living in LA and put out his self titled debut on Scott's imprint, Isophlux. He relocated to Seattle in late 2002 and began steadily releasing his music on Ghostly International. McIlwain has also contributed tracks to various compilations and remix releases on Mute, !K7, Kompakt, Asthmatic Kitty, and Shitkatapult.
Note: there are several acts using the name SLOW — this site currently does not distinguish between them and mixes up their records and events etc. Please dig for what you are looking for, thanks! 1) Slow (Vellu Maurola, b. 1975 in Vantaa, Finland) — formerly known as DJ Slow — is a Finnish DJ and music producer. His first encounters with hiphop acts such as Run-D.M.C., Public Enemy and Eric B. & Rakim led him to pursue career in DJing.
Ashley was born in Schefferville, Quebec, Canada, in 1961. He emigrated to England in 1977, where he joined the regimental band of the Royal Scots. He served in the army for 6 1/2 years. After leaving, he worked in England and Europe as a session trombonist, working with, among others, Carla Bley, George Russell and Andy Sheppard. In the late 80s Slater released his first album on Antilles (Island) with the band Microgroove.
All Angels are a British classical/pop group consisting of Melanie Nakhla, Charlotte Ritchie, Laura Wright, and Daisy Chute. They are the world's first female classical supergroup. United by their love of music, and by the freshness of youth, they form a unique vocal quartet for the 21st century, bringing a fresh new sound and a bright new look to classical crossover music, with a repertoire spanning clasical, choral, opera and pop.
Rachael Boyd is a musician from Belfast who writes experimental piano and violin driven music with hints of electronica. Her live set consists of looped piano/violin/vocals with electronics. Her influences are a mixture of alternative rock/electronic bands and classical music from the Romantic period such as Debussy and Chopin. Her favourite artists include Balmorhea, Broken Social Scene, Radiohead, Brand New, Biffy Clyro, Colour, This Town Needs Guns, Tubelord, Cougar....
Stephen Robert Nesta Marley, (born April 20, 1972 in Wilmington, Delaware; raised primarily in Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae artist and a son of Bob Marley and reggae singer Rita Marley. Stephen is a five-time Grammy award winner as artist, producer and recording engineer. As child and teenager, he was a member of Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers. His debut album Mind Control was released 20 March 2007.
Dnte is a Berlin based hungarian musician, producer.
His music generally develops linearly - with new elements such as violin,viola, guitar...has atmospheric textures, with hard swing rhythm and some sweet electro – synths with live instruments.
His style is build up a wide range of different music styles. Debut EP "Dnte - Wake me Up" released 10.20.2011 by Resistant Mindz records. http://dnte.bandcamp.com/releases Soundcloud --> http://soundcloud.com/dante-1
Kumo came into existence in 1994 when Jono Podmore began work at Watershed Studios, London, UK and with Plink Plonk records, founding 2 sister labels to Plink Plonk: Autoi and Psychomat. He began to play the Theremin, developing new techniques for live performance of electronic music.
After a string of singles and remixes as Kumo, March 1997 saw the release of his first album Kaminari to significant critical acclaim. A series of live dates and international DJ commitments followed, including the Essential Music Festival, the Sonar festival, and the Graz Biennale.
Moskitoo is Sanae Yamasaki (b. 1978), a sound-artist and graphic designer residing in Sapporo, Japan. She began making music in 1997 playing guitar and small casio keyboards in various bands in Sapporo. In 2005 she began writing, playing, and singing under the moniker Moskitoo. "Drape" (2007, 12k1041) was her first full-length release. A 4 track EP with remixes shortly followed, featuring remixes by Frank Bretschneider, Mark Fell and Taylor Dupree, who was also the mastering engineer on "Drape".