1) A folk band from Romania 2) A three-piece indie band from London
Convceived during the miner's strikes during Thatcher's first term as PM but delayed till November 1982 due to a record label bidding war, the artist known as Matt Horne's work has finally come to fuition in the form of a "mash up" project due to release in the next decade.
First seen on the music scene as a rhythm guitarist in a small 5 peice all guitar band playing a cover of Nirvana's cover of "Where Did You Sleep Last Night", his musical abilities were then taken from the spot light to reflect on how shit he was.
Folk/world harmony singing group based in Glasgow since 2000. Lineup varies between four and six singers. Wide range of a cappella styles specialising in folk song, world music, shapenote (sacred harp) and other americana, often in original four- or five-part arrangements. Described as "compelling listening", "very accomplished, very loud and very international in their repertoire", "very talented and technically superb young group who deserve much more attention".
DJs From Mars are two deejays (Aqualuce and Ventafunk) landed for random causes, in the same time, in the same place, in BlissCo. Studios, on planet Earth. Their first sonic experiment is generated in 2004, and goes by the name of “Non dormo più” (Movimental), Earth reaction is nice (the single appears in 5 compilations and goes straight to the highest charts positions). Right after, “Open Sesame” and “Kipo Mambo” (Movimental, 2005) are released, and the alien DJs are playlisted outside of Italy too.
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.
Fifteen thousand screaming fans, speakers banging loud as thunder, fireworks and pyrotechnics flying in the air like it’s new year’s eve. Four dudes in tight leather pants, stroking power chords from stratocasters and blasting double bass drums… Oh wait, that was Van Halen at the San Diego Sports Arena in 1981. Never mind that… But Top Billin are equally hot. In fact – the DJ collective consisting of guys named Sir Nenis, Fiskars, Flipperi, Anonymous & J-Laini, Top Billin is the closest thing to club phenomenon ever to come from Finland.
Jason Forrest is an electronic music producer known for noisy experimental electronica and breakcore. Largely produced and performed on a single computer (including live shows), his songs tend to be constructed from digital samples of found sounds and other artists' music. Until 2004 he recorded under the name Donna Summer then in 2007 he began to re-use the updated "DJ Donna Summer" for the production an performance of dance music.
Beat scholar, party scientist, ragga maniac, and remixer of singers from M.I.A. to Gregory Isaacs, DJ C continues to spread his fiercely eclectic gospel of crunkment, mashstep, ragga-bounce, and grime-hall across the land. He's been pumping out a series of records on U.S., U.K., and Japanese labels including a remix of M.I.A.'s U.R.A.Q.T. for her Galang 05 single on XL Recordings, as well as singles for Shockout, Community Library, and his own Mashit imprint. The tunes have been killing club sound-systems and airwaves worldwide.
Flying White Dots is a mashup artist/DJ/producer called Bryan from Brighton, England. So far, he has released the psychedelic all star mashup album "Staring At The Sky" and the more electronic follow up "Into The Great Unknown", both of which received widespread acclaim and radio play from the likes of Rob Da Bank, Eddy Temple Morris and Mark Ronson. Look out for Flying White Dots at this year's Secret Garden Party festival.
He's a rock singer-turned-DJ who fronts the world's only mashup band. She's a party girl-turned-DJ who helped create the biggest mashup club in the world. Together, they're "rebel DJs" Adrian & the Mysterious D. Known mostly as the couple who helped bring mashup culture to America, the duo have forged a reputation as crowd-pleasing selectors who not only shamelessly bridge the gap between genres, but between the alternative and the mainstream. This is best evidenced by the success of their club Bootie, the first mashup bootleg party in the United States.