Vandalism is an Australian electro house music group. It comprises DJs/producers Andy Van (previous member of Madison Ave), and Cassie Van (Singer, Songwriter). In February 2006 Vandalism released a cover single "Never Say Never" (originally sung by Romeo Void), backed by a considerable amount of airplay by Nova and a video clip shown on Rage. The group have been profilic remixers in the last few years, reworking songs for varied artists such as Skepta, Brad Hed and Yves Larock.
There are 3 bands named Mauve :
1)Italian indie band
2)non-existing new wave band from Brazil
3)non-existing house duo
4)Dutch ambient/rock band 1)Mauve takes shape one day of May 2005 in Verbania (Italy). After a short talk inside the local library's garden, Carlo (guitar, voice) and Elda (drums, samples) bring it to life. After the winter, Alberto (guitar, glockenspiel) joins the band that grows up very fast. Their sound begins to have a double side, like Doctor Jekyll and Mr.
CFCF is the stage name of Canadian electronic musician Michael Silver. Based in Montreal, Silver took the name CFCF from the call sign of the city's CFCF-TV. CFCF's debut LP, Continent, was an impressive collage of vintage electronic textures evoking grandiose landscapes worthy of a Michael Mann film. The River, an EP based partly on Werner Herzog's classic film Fitzcarraldo, deepened a growing obsession with conjuring far-away landscapes and voyages through a style which is at times melancholy, propulsive and ecstatic.
Born into a family of traditional musicians and the son of a father who was already spinning records in the late sixties, Chaim grew up to become a complex producer. Influenced by Moroccan music he heard at home while growing up, and the sound of Chicago House he fell in love with while working as a light jockey in his local clubs, his productions tell a story of a sensitive musician from Tel Aviv.
Adrian Lux (born Jan 5, 1986), is a Swedish discjockey and music producer based in Stockholm, Sweden. He is a part of the La Vida Locash movement and released his debut single Strawberry in late 2008. Adrian has by many people been hailed as Eric Prydz successor.He has released tracks such as "Can't Sleep", "Teenage Crime". His music has been showcased and remixed by several prominent DJ:s such as, Avicii, Style of Eye, Philgood, Ali Payami, Marcus Schössow and Axwell. Lux has himself done remixes for Deborah Cox, Basement Jaxx, Salem Al Fakir and Oskar Linnros.
Platinum selling producers The Wideboys are Eddie Craig and Jim Sullivan and have been working together since 1996. Eddie (pictured right) as well as engineering in the studio ,songwriting and DJ'ing is a blackbelt martial artist with Zheng Dao Lo martial arts academy . Eddie ran a record shop called VIP Vinyl in Chichester (this is how Wideboys met) and has been DJ' ing for 12 years.Jim (pictured left) has been running a full time professional recording studio since 1993 and is responsible for chart successes such as 'Frankie Goes to Hollywood's Power of Love' Revamp reaching No.
Balam Acab is the musical project of 21 year old Pennsylvania, USA native Alec Koone. Balam Acab's contributions fit squarely into the contemporary witch house canon made popular by bands such as Purity Ring and Salem. Forming tracks consisting mainly of arpeggiated riffs and synthesized beats layered over obscure, distorted samples alluding to classic animated films, Balam Acab creates a dream world worthy of its nostalgic references.
Hugo Leclercq (born May 30, 1994), known by his stage name Madeon, is a self-described "electro-pop-house-whatever" producer from Nantes, France. Leclercq started composing music at the age of 11, and adopted a nu-disco style under the name "Madeon" in 2010. In the fall of that year, at the age of just 16, he gained popularity for his award-winning remix of The Island by Pendulum which was praised by the likes of Skrillex and Pendulum front-man Rob Swire.