Mark Wilkinson aka Wilkinson has been making music under the radar since he was just 16. In 2009 he found himself a studio in South West London where he has been fine tuning his production skills and writing music that, in 2010, got him noticed by DJ's such as Andy C, Cyantific, TC, London Elektricity and many more. After sending some of his music to Hospital Records, Wilkinson was offered his debut release as part of the Sick Music 2 compilation released in April 2010.
DJ Marky (Marco Antonio Silva) is a Brazilian drum and bass innovator, who started out as Marky Mark in the early 90's. During the late 90's he built up a following in Europe and eventually took the world by storm. His live acts are known for perfect/elaborate mixing and amped crowds, whom he seems to have a special connection with.
His debut album 'In Rotation' was released in 2004.
Earth shattering base lines, a minimalist style that is instantly recognisable, an open mind and innovative outlook regards writing music, solid production skills, plus pure hard work has seen DJ Vapour leap into the forefront of the scene. With consistent airplay on commercial and independent radio stations across the globe including weekly listings in the play lists of BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra and Kiss FM. DJ Vapour's tracks are now gracing the record boxes and dance floors of the scenes elite.
Morphy is a Glasgow based producer who has been smashing up the scene for years now.
His style of dubby basslines and rolling breaks are always met with great approval from the raving masses.
He made his debut on Urban Takeover with the heavy roller "Cheb MkII" in 2002 which was followed up with the belly-dance workout "Trans Egypt Express" and the rave style "Warehouse".
In 2004 he unleashed the monstrous "Bottoms Up" on Direct Recordings which gained him some big recognition as a producer who was able to do his own thing musically while still keeping a dancefloor rocking.
Music has always played a huge part in Hazard's life; his formative years were spent listening to reggae, hip-hop and soul in particular. Although interested by rave music and its culture from its inception, it wasn't until elements of the above mentioned genres began to appear in rave music that Hazard became truly engrossed. After attending only a few raves in the Midlands boasting superstar line-ups playing jungle and drum&bass, Hazard was dead set on becoming a DJ.
Londoners Peter Rogers (Technicolour) and Andy Powell (Komatic) have only been making music together since 2008, but have already turned heads and moved feet with their musically rich take on drum & bass. With solo singles on the likes of Technique Recordings, Critical Music and Spearhead, their partnership, forged through a shared love of liquid funk and red wine has seen further releases on Technique ('Daydreamer', 'Skyline Boulevard'), Worldwide Audio ('Preacher', 'Innervision') and Bassdrive Tunes ('Dickenson's Rocket', 'The Entire City').
There are two artists that have gone by the name "Dynamic".
1) Psytrance duo from Israel. They are and Ben Avital and Shay Elmakaies. Their songs on Psytisfaction CDs hit the full-on hearted minds ... 2) Urban Soul, group "Dynamic" operates out of California's Bay Area. They have released two albums. The first, "Photosynthesis" was heavily influenced by hip hop and the vocal style of Dynamic's drummer/lead vocalist Darian Gray.
The Detroit Grand Pubahs are Dr. Toefinger (Andy Toth) and Paris the Black Fu (Mack Goudy, Jr.). Both are from detroit, Michigan, United States. They combine electro, hip hop, and booty-bass with a good dose of humour to create a unique sound. Both of the Pubahs started in music at an early age, with Andy starting to play drums in various local bands at 16. Vocalist Mack began Djing at a similar age having been influenced by Jeff Mills’ legendary radio mix shows.
Will Miles is from Richmond, VA, USA. He has tunes on, Creative Source, Innerground, Nemesis, Pushing Wax, Sonorous, Influenza, LTD, DSM, Miles A. Head(his own imprint), Point Audio and Horizons. His tunes are getting support from Fabio, LTJ Bukem, Breakage, DJ Hype, Kenny Ken, Bailey, Crissy Cris, Digital, Kjell, Ashatack, Dr. S Gachet, Dylan, and A Sides, to name a few.