A native of Santiago, Martin Schopf has lived in Germany since the late '80s, taking an active role in the scene and contributing to labels such as Pete Namlook's Fax and Atom Heart's Rather Interesting. Whether as Dandy Jack or in a number of collaborative projects (Ric y Martin, Gonzalo Martinez), Schopf hopes to intensify the link between electronic music and Latin sound. With Frankfurt's Pink Elln, he records under the name Sieg Über Die Sonne...
With his futuristic way of thinking that takes his sound a step beyond, Shlomi's studio works, alongside an exhaustive DJ schedule, are both the key reasons that make him one of the most touted up and coming talents that emerge in today’s scene, with both his production and DJ skills held in high regard by many of his peers. His real breakthrough came in early 2006, when his releases found their way into the charts and playlists of many of the top DJs and magazines...
Bounce is a musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and a book by John Weidman. It tells the story of Addison Mizner and his brother Wilson Mizner's adventures across America from the beginning of the 20th century during the Alaskan Gold rush to the Florida real estate boom in the 1930s.
After a 1999 workshop in New York City, the musical was produced in Chicago and Washington, D.C. in 2003 under the title Bounce, but it did not achieve much success. A revised version of the musical premiered Off-Broadway in New York in October 2008.
Coming from a country that gave the global music scene its own blend of techno, Slovenian tech-house DJ and a foremost a hotshot producer Mike Vale has a lot to offer. Growing steadily through the noughties he made big leap forward in the international EDM scene with string of Beatport top 100 releases and remixes on labels such as 1605, Great Stuff, Stealth, Toolroom, Starlight and Hotfingers, subsequently gaining support from artists such as Umek, Carl Cox, Marco Carola, Danny Tenaglia, Pleasurekraft, Mark Knight, Riva Starr, Pete Tong, Groove Armada, Wally Lopez and Roger Sanchez.
There are at least 4 artists named Locust: 1) Locust is a project of Mark Van Hoen, a British artist who has been releasing electronic music since 1993. 2) The Locust is a grindcore/experimental band formed in 1994 in San Diego, California. Please correct your tags to The Locust. 3) Locust (로커스트) was a Korean popular music band, active in the early 80's. 4) Locust is an alias of Perry O'Neil, who runs the progressive trance label Electronic Elements.
There are several bands with the name (Fractal): 1) Most of the tracks you can play here are from the instrumental debut CD Continuum, released in 2003 by the San Jose CA based progressive rock band Fractal. Their website is www.fractal-continuum.com. Fractal were formed in 2000 with a strong early influence from mid-late period King Crimson, and have since developed a unique sound, often using complex time signatures. In 2008, they are finalizing the recording of their second full CD. A single track from this CD "Aftermath" was pre-released in 2007.
Oni Ayhun is Olof Dreijer, male half of The Knife.
Several 12” / digital releases appeared without credits and information, but his identity is discovered after a few recent live shows. http://oniayhun.com
Isolée is Microhouse artist Rajko Müller. He was born in Frankfurt, Germany but lived with his family in Algeria from the age of 7 to 12 and went to a French primary school. Müller came back to Frankfurt with his family in 1983 and went to school where he made a lot of spelling mistakes. Around that time his parents bought an organ for Christmas and he tried to do some synth-pop with a school friend. They decided to buy a synthesizer and a drumcomputer.