(1) reflekt is a Danish band, mainly located in Roskilde. The band consists of 7 members. They play soothing music with religious lyrics. In 2006 they self-released the EP 'Grace Falling'. In 2008 they released their self-eponymous debut album through the record company Rock 'n' Soul. (2) Reflekt is a dance music outfit from England. The act consists of DJ/remixer/producers Seb Fontaine and Jay Peake (aka Jay P.), with Delline Bass doing vocals.
In a relatively short time since his first release on Somatic Sense, Rob Stevenson, better known as Activa, has been one of the most hard working producers in the Trance genre. He has created many new alias’ such as Solar Movement, Mekk, Substate, Force One, Aira Force, CMR and Eluna to showcase the range of his production skills, while continuously developing the sound of his main Activa alias.
1) Oceania is a New Zealand band which combines Maori music and modern music. The band's lead singer is Hinewehi Mohi. Music is written and performed by Mohi and Jaz Coleman of Killing Joke fame.
Visit Hinewehi Mohi's website for more information. 2) Oceania is also an alias of UK Trance producer Jeremy Cordonnier, who has released five singles from different record companies, including Vandit.
Visit his myspace page for more info 3) Oceania is Russian dubstep Dj and producer
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Drum and Bass producer from Midlands, UK. Info from his soundcloud:
"Originally born and raised in the south-western parts of Sweden, the interest and creation of music effected me at the age of 15 when a friend introduced me to Propellerheads Reason.
I started to create beats with deep rock influence from fathers vinyl collection, getting inspiration from artist such as Blue Oyster Cult, Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Rainbow, Whitesnake and so on.
Cobblestone Jazz is Mathew Jonson on drums and SH-101 bass, programmer Tyger Dhula, and Danuel Tate on keys and vocoder, Itiswhatitis Recordings, Vibraphone Biography Cobblestone Jazz have been performing live electronic music for four years on the west coast of British Columbia. The three members of the group are programmer Tyger Dhula, keyboardists Danuel Tate and Mathew Jonson, whose recent works for Itiswhatitis, Minus and Substatic have brought him international recognition.
Behind alias Beat Service is Estonian Madis Sillamo. First seriously-taken production was the remix to Dns Project's track Invisible Touch, year was 2007. Well known music magazine released interview with Gareth Emery, where He named the track as "dancefloor killer". Great success along with the massive supportlist showed that this thing aint gonna end up with one track only. Right after releasing his first remix under Uk label Five AM, DNS Project and Beat Service decided to join their skills with the project called Polymental.
Andrew Bayer is an American DJ/Producer from Washington, DC. He is known for his unique progressive house productions on the Anjunadeep and Anjunabeats labels, also incorporating elements of idm, progressive breaks and other genres. He is also known for collaborations with Norwegian producer Boom Jinx (as Boom Jinx & Andrew Bayer), BT, and the now inactive progressive trance group SignalRunners with Alan Nimmo.
There are 3 artists known as Serge: 1. Serge Sharonovsky is an Australian artist on the MacIDOL international independent music community, a Jamroom powered site for musicians who record and edit their original compositions on Apple Mac computers. His song Life Goes on was entered in the original MacIDOL competition and made it to release on the CD. 2. A romanian DJ: From Romania, Alex (a.k.a. Serge) is a newcomer to the scene.
Hillsong Church London is the London-based offshoot of the Hillsong Church in Sydney, Australia. In 2004, Hillsong London released their first live praise and worship album, entitled "Shout God's Fame". In October 2005 their second album, "Jesus Is" was recorded and was released in May 2006. The third album "Hail to the King" marks the first studio recording for the group. A live version of some of the songs were released with the DVD version.