Hornsman Coyote comes from Belgrade, Serbia. Coming from a family with an artistic background, he has been active on the Serbian scene since he was very young. In 1994 he formed Eyesburn, a legendary crossover band that toured the whole of Europe and released 7 albums in Serbia. In 2004 Eyesburn collaborated with Max Cavalera (Soulfly), which resulted with the hit single "Moses” and a European tour supporting Soulfly. This collaboration was continued with the next Soulfly album „Dark Ages” and the song "Inner Spirit”. Coyote was a special guest at the "Dark Ages” European tour.
Allo Darlin' began as a vehicle for the solo songwriting exploits of Australian Elizabeth Morris. Morris moved to London, England in 2005, and began performing and making recordings under the name "The Darlings". Morris would only release one disc under this name, a three-track affair called The Photo EP, which came out on the U.K.-based indie pop label WeePOP! in late 2007. Morris changed the project's name to "Allo Darlin'", inspired by the calling of market traders in Soho.
Damian Robert Nesta "Jr. Gong" Marley (born July 21, 1978) is a reggae artist who has won three Grammy awards. Damian Marley is the youngest son of reggae legend Bob Marley. Damian was two years old when his father Bob died; he is the only child born to Marley and Cindy Breakspeare, Miss World 1976. Damian's nickname Junior Gong is derived from his father's nickname of Tuff Gong. Damian has been performing since the age of 13.
Smiley Culture (real name David Emmanuel) was a British reggae singer and DJ. Although his period of fame and success was brief, he did produce two of the most critically acclaimed reggae singles of the 1980s. Emmanuel, born and raised in South London, is the son of a Jamaican father and South American mother. He was educated at Tulse Hill School. Prior to his recording career he worked as a DJ with the Saxon Studio International reggae soundsystem, where he met and worked with a number of other reggae artists, including Maxi Priest, Papa Levi and Tippa Irie.
Consist of Flinty Badman (Trevor Destouche) and Deman Rocker (David Destouche). Both were respected MC's starting of in a North London sound system called UNITY And formed the Ragga twins in early 1990.
Beat scholar, party scientist, ragga maniac, and remixer of singers from M.I.A. to Gregory Isaacs, DJ C continues to spread his fiercely eclectic gospel of crunkment, mashstep, ragga-bounce, and grime-hall across the land. He's been pumping out a series of records on U.S., U.K., and Japanese labels including a remix of M.I.A.'s U.R.A.Q.T. for her Galang 05 single on XL Recordings, as well as singles for Shockout, Community Library, and his own Mashit imprint. The tunes have been killing club sound-systems and airwaves worldwide.