1) John O'Callaghan is an Irish DJ, mainly producing electronic music. He also produces music under the alias of Joint Operations Centre, Mannix and Stenna. He has also collaborated with fellow Discover artists such as Bryan Kearney, Neal Scarborough (as Inertia), Thomas Bronzwaer (as Lost World) and Greg Downey. His best known track is Big Sky, done with vocalist Audrey Gallagher, formerly of the 90's alt-rock band Scheer.
Terence Fixmer, born in Lille (north of France at the Belgium border) in 1972, discovered the EBM (ELECTRONIC BODY MUSIC) when he was 15 and became a NITZER EBB-, FRONT 242-, KLINIK-, - AND DAF- fan. At the beginning of the 89-90's he was a party freaker and his interest for the electronic sound increased with the apparition of the New-Beat and Techno in Belgium. At this time he started to buy records and " flashed" on VORTREX from FINAL EXPOSURE(+8). In 1992, he decided to produce his own music and he started to throw parties called "Cosmos" and "Space" in a club called PYRAMIDE.
I may be somewhat of a unconventional person and never known to wallow much in commercial or boring uninspiring music or film for that matter...but if you are the adventurous openminded type willing to pursue more than just top40 predictable chord progressions then here is a genius of dub... like a piece of live fractal geometry he blossomed out in all directions from a chillout room @ Space in IBIZA and soon BIG LIFE took form as the ORB and the gestation of AMBIENT HOUSE was over and the...
Juggy D (born Jagwinder Singh Dhaliwal on November 19)  is a British bhangra singer from Southall in London, England Juggy D got his name from his first name Jagwinder which became Juggy, and the D from his last name Dhaliwal. Juggy D married his college sweetheart Harjeet Hayre after a year he hit fame and 4 years later she divorced him. Regardless he still has a tattoo of both their names in sanskrit on his left arm
Omar Sosa is one of the most versatile jazz artists on the scene today: composer, arranger, producer, pianist, percussionist, and bandleader. He fuses a wide range of world music and electronic elements with his native Afro-Cuban roots to create a fresh and original urban sound
The Swedish producer/pianist/songwriter Rasmus Faber started making house music only a few years ago. In fact, his first release was also his first production.
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There is more than one artist with this name. 1) Psychonaut was a ritual ambient project formed in 1997. Changed name (and musical style) to Psychonaut 75 in 2001. 2) Influenced by psychedelic experiences and meetings the trance-project Psychonaut was born. It consists of two members (Dr. Balser, Lothar H.), which started making music in the early 90's. They released some tracks on Trance-Compilations like Goahead, Planet Goa, Chakra etc.
The Popguns were an indie rock band which played a part in the British jangle pop scene. Originally from Brighton, East Sussex, they formed in 1986 by vocalist Wendy Morgan, guitarists Simon Pickles and Greg Dixon plus bassist Pat Walkington and were joined by Shaun Charman, the former drummer for The Wedding Present in 1988.
Their first release, Where Do You Go?, came in the form of a flexi disc given away free with an issue of How Many Beans Make Five?, a local zine in 1988.
Blackwater may refer to at least 3 artists:
1) a French group of Celtic music caracterized for its energic sound and accurate control over the instruments. See http://www.lesonotone.com/blackwater/ and http://www.myspace.com/blackwateririshconnection. 2) a deathmetal band from the cold north. Inspired by bands like Kataklysm, Hate Eternal, Bloodbath, Behemoth etc... 3) A London-based classic rock band comprising Tommy Balaam (vocals/guitar), George McKenzie (Guitar), Rory Murphy (Vocals/bass) and Bryce Dunn (Drums).