A 90s alias of Jon Carter, for his breakbeat productions as opposed to the house flavoured Junior Cartier project. Inevitably lumped in with the "big beat" movement of the time, although their album Shoot the Boss had a dark mood and heavy dub influence that defied the "cheeky party antics" ethos of the genre.
Jake Setlak (not pictured) is the Instigator responsible for "Used Materials". Instigator THE ENGLISH SCHRANZ MASTER born 13/9/85. ive been mixing since 2004 and got into making tunes about 2005.
i used to be into indie and rock music such as oasis and led zeplin i used to play the guitar i played it for about 6/7 years but lost intreset. it was my brother who got me into techno when he used to go to the orbit to see the likes of ben sims and adam bayer this was in 1999 2000 2001 i never went i...
(For the Korean boy band, see 테이크.) There is more than one artist under this name: 1. Based in Los Angeles, Take (Sweatson Klank) is a composer who continues to push the boundaries of instrumental hip-hop music into new directions. After multiple successful EP's under his belt, Take finally unleashed his debut full length player in 2007, Earthtones and Concrete. This music is nothing short of an epic journey with continuously evolving collages that lead the listener down a dust covered road of bit-crushed melodies and molested jazz samples.
Mark Maher (aka Kram) is the drummer/singer of Australian band Spiderbait. He also appeared at the 2004 benefit concert for the South-East Asian tsunami, Wave Aid, as a member of supergroup The Wrights who performed Stevie Wright's 3 part classic, "Evie". When it came time to cut a solo album, Spiderbait
Secret Weapon was an early 80's disco/electro outfit. Their songs featured rapping, which was quite uncommon at the time. Their "Must Be the Music" single on Prelude records is a dance classic.
Jason Hunter, (born July 6, 1971) better known as Inspectah Deck (aka Rebel INS), is an American rapper, producer, and actor. A member of the Wu-Tang Clan, known for his lyricism, he has not achieved the same level of commercial success in his solo career as some of his counterparts (such as Ghostface Killah or Method Man) though he continues to be respected and actively releases material. Hunter routinely mentions the Park Hill Projects in Clifton, Staten Island, NY, where he grew up, going to school with the future Ghostface Killah, Raekwon and Method Man.
DJ ICON, also known as Connie Wong, began her DJ career in 1996 at age 16 in San Francisco, California. She quickly rose in the ranks and created a name for herself in the underground, soon to break through the surface onto clubs, televisions, and radios across the globe. ICON was known as a trance DJ for the first half of her career but since 2001, she has immersed herself into breakbeats and almost exclusively plays Nu-Skool and Funky Breaks, a style she refers to as "Dirrty Breaks". However, when called upon, her versatility allows her to play all genres of electronic dance music.
Acidburp: Mike Walters is 28 and comes from Manchester, UK. He has been making Electronic music for about 9 years, and before that he was a drummer in a few bands.
Acidburp makes his music in a Program called FLStudio aka Fruityloops. He takes influences from Artists such as Wisp, Mrs Jynx, Boards of Canada and from Bands like Arab Strap and Mogwai. He has had a few releases on some of FaltyDL’s website and some on Badsekta, but recently had his first EP released on THEM records.