There is more than one artist/band under the name Shadow Child; 1) UK Electronic production side-project by Dave Spoon. Signed to Claude VonStroke's Dirty Bird imprint, he blends a mix of bass music, house and drum n bass. 2) A melodic harcore band
Born and raised in West London, Qumulus has moved through all genres of music coming full circle back to drum and bass. Citing a broad spectrum of influences from soul to electro and early house, he was a keen audiophile for many years before attempting to enter the world of djing, which for him was an inevitable path. Starting out initially as a hip hop dj renowned for playing the local parties in West London, he gradually progressed to warehouse raves and pirate radio.
TRG (Bucharest, Romania)
Tempa, Hotflush, Hessle Audio, Cool&Deadly The excitement surrounding Bucharest's dubstep sensation TRG has been steadily growing with Mary Anne Hobbs championing his first release, Put You down/ Broken Heart on BBC Radio 1, followed by an enviable music press coverage in ATM, iDJ, Mixmag, Dummy, One Week To Live and support from the blogosphere. Releasing later tracks on Hotflush, Hessle Audio, Subway, Immerse, Audio Freakz have put TRG firmly on the music map...
1. Heist were a early 90’s hardcore punk/power violence band from Perth, Western Australia in vein of extortion/ rupture. 2. Heist (other aliases include Strider) has been established as DJ for over thirteen years and started producing tracks five years ago. As a producer, he has released music on a variety of labels including MetalHeadz, Full Cycle, Co Lab, Digital Sound Boy, Creative Source, Intergral, Play Musik and Grid to name but a few.
There are at least five artists by the name of Juju. 1) Japanese pop/R&B singer-songwriter
2) Finnish rapper, who mixes Hiphop and Reggae sounds
3) American Jazz group
4) A Drum
Potential Bad Boy - London based jungle producer turned garage producer turned jungle producer. Welcome home. He describes his style as more musical and traditional than that of many of his peers, which means he focuses more on vocals and makes more direct references to the music's roots in reggae. Surveying the scene he's come back to, McFarlane feels the future looks good. Key track - Meat of the Ghetto - Potential Badboy feat. Junior Dangerous on Jekyll and Hyde Recordings - LF2526