Tag Team was a miami bass duo of DC the Brain Supreme (Cecil Glenn) and Steve Roll'n (Steve Gibson) from Florida, USA, best known for their 1993 hit "Whoomp! (There It Is)". They released two albums, 1993's Whoomp! (There it is), and 1995's Audio Entertainment. In 2000 a Tag Team grestest hits CD was released.
With sound histories in the musical realm, brothers Joshua (voice) and Ben (synths) manifest digital and analogue ideas; one part divine inspiration, one part machine translation. Together they create grand poetic electronica, with its own future echo. On stage drummer Robbie makes his own waves, and the trio is complete.
Al sinds hij uit dat ene gat kwam gekropen, hield hij ervan om aan de knopjes te draaien. Dat gedraai aan die knopjes werd meer dan een passie, het werd een levensstijl. Een nieuwe dj was born. (Allemaal tegelijk: " Amen ")
Zijn naam en faam stijgde als een pas afschoten vuurpijl in showbizzland en al snel mocht hij gaan draaien op grote fuiven zoals: Orange fever , Building fever, Xmosfuif 2018, soiréé deluxe part 1 (in het zo grote jh de Haaijf), Urban dance party enzv. Met als hoogtepunt een gig in de enigste echt underground discotheque van heel limburg, de Versuz.
Biography was taken from official Brennan Heart site: www.brennanheart.com Fabian Bohn (28), better known as Brennan Heart has been active as a DJ and producer for several years now. At age 14, his passion for electronic music started to grow. Within a few years he learned to master all facets of studio technique and producing. His producing efforts did not go unnoticed and at age 18 EMI Music offered him a contract, allowing him to step into the music business and become a full time producer.
There are two bands with the name Stealth and one selfpromoted dj. The first is one of the aliases of happy hardcore producer Nick Arnold, whose recordings as Bang! are more familiar to listeners. Stealth have appeared on Sy's Bonkers 6 Mix as well as Happy2BHardcore 4. The second is a 5 piece metalcore band from Whittier, California. Stealth started off as a 3 piece band with no vocals that consisted of Nik Ontiveros, Jimmy Saavedra, and Josh Parker. After a search for a vocalist initially failed, they decided to bring in Josh's brother, Jon Parker.
The Kings were formed in Vancouver, British Columbia and Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Original members were David Diamond, lead vocals, bass guitar and songwriter, Sonny Keyes, vocals, keyboards and songwriter, Max Styles, drums, and Mister Zero, guitar and songwriter. Visit http://www.thekingsarehere.com for up to date information on The Kings.
This New Jersey native was initially inspired by England's take on the sound of Detroit, but eventually tracked techno back to its Motor City innovators. When he began listening to music, however, it was the sound of early-'80s synth heroes like Devo, Severed Heads and New Order alongside early hiphop, jazz and 60's Hindi film soundtracks. Geist released his first 12" (via Dan Curtin's innovative Metamorphic label) while studying at Oberlin College in 1994.
Yolanda be cool is a House artist out of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The following is a quote from the artists MySpace "myspace.com/yolandabecool" Influences: "Congas, bongos, tartalet recordings, old school hip hop, zombie disco squad, german saunas, solo, oliver $, the sweat familia, weirdos, jesse rose, mastiksoul, coffee..." "Oh...And basically teki latek aka on his label Sound Pellegrino...
André Galluzzi was born in Frankfurt and raised in Wiesbaden, and today he lives in Berlin. He started DJing in 1990 in clubs such as Parkcafe (Wiesbaden) and Dorian Gray (Frankfurt). In 1992 he began to perform in Bunker (Berlin) and later on in Tresor (Berlin). Together with Paul Brtschitsch he founded the label Taksi in 1995. Galluzzi is a resident DJ at the Berghain in Berlin.