1) Bulletproof is a streetpunk band from Jersey, Great Britain (http://www.myspace.com/bulletproofjsy). Formed in 1998, they have released three albums; Too Much Corruption (2002), Bulletproof (2005) and Distorted Truth (2008) on Function Records. 2) Bulletproof (Jay Cyanide) is a Drum and Bass/Dubstep producer from Auckland, New Zealand.
www.myspace.com/bulletproofnz 3) Bulletproof is also one of the many aliases of UK Hard Dance producer Paul Chambers, probably best known under this alias for his release 'Mistakes' on Tidy Trax.
There are 3 bands with the name "Outfit":
(1) (pictured) The original. http://www.myspace.com/outfit
(2) Outfit is a four peice from Canton, Ohio made up of Dave Marchione(Vocals, Guitar), Will Waller(Vocals, Bass), Teddy Todorovski(Drums), and Tim Gorski(Keyboard). Outfit formed when Tim introduced Dave, Will, and Teddy and the three began to jam. Tim was brought on shortly after to play the keyboard.
There are multiple groups using this name: 1.A devoted follower of techno-influenced drum & bass, Silent Witness adds a new edge & attitude, combining elements of the deep & uplifting within his tear-out dance floor productions. First surfacing as Brainiac on breakbeat label Stratosphere Recordings, his powerful sound soon caught the attentions of many including The Plump DJs who included 'Neuro' (2001), his acid-tinged debut on their Urban Underground (INCredible) mix and Sony who licensed the track for the soundtrack to the video game Wipeout Fusion (Playstation 2).
There are at least two artist with name Makoto: 1. Based in Tokyo, Makoto Shimizu, better known as simply Makoto, is Japan's chief Drum & Bass ambassador. After completing an Acoustic Engineering major at Nippon University, Makoto first signed with LTJ Bukem's legendary Good Looking Records back in 1999.
Since then he has gone from strength to strength, releasing a long string of quality music in the form of singles and EP's, but also on the famous 'Earth' and 'Progression Sessions' compilation albums.
South London Bass ambassador Neil Keating aka DJ Controlled Weirdness has been rocking the decks and rinsing the rough beats for a few years now. As a young kid the Streetsounds Electro series and early eighties pirate radio stations like LWR started his obsession with nasty electronic music, breakbeats and hard edged funk. Saturday afternoons were spent in Groove records in Soho buying obscure Electro Imports that now go for high sums on Ebay and attending Spats in Oxford street, a Saturday afternoon club where Tim Westwood would play all the new electro/hip hop coming out of the States.
Matrix (Metro Recordings) Matrix a/k/a Jamie Quinn forged an early path into the drum and bass scene through seminal releases on DJ SS's New Identity Recordings before launching his own Metro imprint in 1997. His seminal long player, 'Sleepwalk' on Virus showed that there was more to this producer than simply the 12" format and his remixes of tracks like 'Medicine' (Ed Rush & Optical), 'Phone Call' (Klute) and Kirsty Hawkshaw's 'Leafy Lane' have become timeless classics.
(Not to be confused with Bad Company UK, the 1990s/2000s drum-and-bass DJ team. If you are here because of them, please fix your artist tags.) Bad Company was a 1970s British blues-rock group fronted by Paul "The Voice" Rodgers. Their name came from a ‘70s Western movie and they were formed by former members of Mott the Hoople, Free, and King Crimson. Members were Paul Rodgers (singer/pianist), Mick Ralphs (guitarist), Boz Burrell (bassist), and Simon Kirke (drummer).
A recent winner of the Essential Mix of the Year 2007 on BBC's Radio 1, the name High Contrast needs no introduction, although when a young Lincoln Barrett signed on the dotted line back in 2000 he was a complete unknown. Signed on the strength of his mini-disc demos, the Welsh wonder has smashed his way through the Drum & Bass scene in no time at all. His debut longplayer "True Colours" was released on Hospital to massive critical acclaim in June 2002...