1. Late is a dubstep artist from Helsinki, Finland. 2. Late is also the name of a rapper and record label owner from Wolverhampton, UK. 3. Late is also a rockband from Amersfoort, the Netherlands. 4. Late! a pseudonym used by Dave Grohl. Using this he recorded the Pocketwatch album released on the now defunct indie label, Simple Machines, as part of their Tool Cassette Series. Recorded on December 23, 1990 and July 23 & 27, 1991.
Colluding as Karenn, Blawan and Pariah give their Works the Long Night label a brilliant start with three robust tracks of bass-heavy, swung and kicking techno variations. A-side is owned by the garage-tech swinger "Chaste Down", landing somewhere between Burial and Marcel Dettmann. Flipside they slip down a gear into the burly jack of "Auflen Whip", a hi-strength tech-house kicker punctuated by pistoning snares and smeared with industrial lubricant for optimal performance.
There are multiple artists recording under the name Sleepyhead. 1. Samuel Pohner aka $leepyhead originally began makin music in his hometown of Feeding Hills, MA in 1999. But not fully flexing his styles until his work with KnowSleep in 2006 with Knowa Knowone. The group had two releases to date. Later in 2007 he continued with solo production and a side project with Mimosa called Sexytime....Now in 2011 Sleepyhead has progressed beyond earlier genres and takes on sound and continued with a multi genre...
Dupstep DJ on Sub FM bio: Bun-Zer0 has been DJing both in his native Belgium for over 15 years, and most recently internationally including recent performances at the legendary night FWD>> in London, as well as a three hour set in the USA.
His interest in dubstep began after hearing early music from Horsepower Productions.
In 2006, to spread his enthusiasm for this emerging sound, Bun began promoting nights at the Beursschouwburg, with a wide array of UK pioneers, including Skream, Youngsta, Loefah and Mark One.
There are a number of producers who are known for being prolific; Roska, Cooly G, Benga to name a few, and now Gerry Read can be added to that list. The Cambridgeshire producer has only a handful of actual releases to his name, but a vault of hundreds. We can well imagine his hardrive straining from the sheer velocity of ideas that he sends our way. Raw, urgent and frequently off kilter, Gerry's production challenges your ears but always manages to lock in the groove.
New year, new blood. Kahn steps forward from the shadows of the Bristol underground to deliver a killer double A side debut 12” release for Punch Drunk Records. The immediacy of Kahn’s brand of electrostatic synths and stirring, moody grooves are sure to rapidly ascend his profile in 2011. "Like We Used To" strikingly layers a neck snapping rhythm with mutated soulful vocals, whilst "Helter Skelter" brings enough irresistible bump and flex to move any dancefloor. Kahn’s basslines may eminate from Bristol, but prepare to feel the resonance worldwide.
Having discovered Dubstep in 2007, DFRNT jumped at the opportunity to try his hand at production. He had worked on a number of styles in the past, all developing out of his previous production work on mashups and bootlegs. Within a few weeks, he had worked up a furious remix of Dead Prez’s “Hip Hop” and with a solid base of feedback, decided to work on a number of entirely original tracks. His previous production work under other aliases, (including mixtapes, mashups, unofficial remixes and original production from chill-out stuff...