Keith Levene was an early member of The Clash and The Flowers of Romance (most notable for also featuring a pre-Sex Pistols Sid Vicious). Although he never recorded with the Clash, he co-wrote "What's My Name", featured on their first album. Levene would later claim he had written or co-written several other songs on the same record, but occasionally he relinquishes this claim. After the Sex Pistols disintegrated, Levene co-founded Public Image Ltd (PiL) with John Lydon (a.k.a. Johnny Rotten). His guitar work was much imitated by several punk rockers and others, including The Edge of U2.
Mark Iration speaks in a booming voice; his dub roots sound system prides itself on being one of the very best and certainly one of the loudest in Europe; and the man even writes in capital letters. Everything about his is about giving his all. The sound system culture of sound-clashes boils down to holding your own against the other sound system, about feeding off each other, about raising the pace and winning the crowd.
Slaughter Mob are a dubstep/grime group.
"Philippe Quenum is one half of tech-house production outfit Access 58 with Paulo Nascimento, a member of Jaam and cofounder of Mutant Soul Records. Born in France, DJing since the early 80's throughout Europe and holding residencies in Swiss clubs and national radio station Couleur 3 as well as working for the Montreux Jazz Festival, Quenum moved to the U.K. in the early 90's and produced from there. His musical interests include afro-caribbean music, soul, funk, hip hop, house and techno.
There are several musicians called Scarab. 1. Scarab - Death Metal band from Egypt Scarab is a death metal band from Cairo, Egypt formed in 2006. Sprouting from the band
Dokkebi Q are an electro dub punk group formed at the later end of 2006 by visual artist and voice performer Kiki Hitomi and electronic bass conductor gorgonn.
While living in the inspirational place Dalston, East London, they found a mutual appreciation and understanding for 'black rebel music' which has formed the basis of the Dokkebi Q sound. With gorgonn's attacking DSP mashed and hybridized together with Kiki's bewitchingly smoky and dreamlike vocals, Dokkebi Q bring forth their own 'roots' from the indigenous Ainu tribe, Japan, Korea and the UK.
There's at least four artists under the name "Otto":
1.The composer, singer and percussionist Otto was born in Pernambuco, Brazil, and he was, among Chico Science, Fred 04 and others, a Manguebeat movement creator, that was a revolution to the Brazilian music. 2. aka DJ Toto from Colombia, who has avery nice release on the net-label Corporate Identity (http://www.corpid-label.de/) 3.A Turkish hardcore band from the Istanbul underground music scene To see the German comedian-act, director (and musician too) Otto Waalkes, click here: http://www.last.fm/music/Otto+Waalkes
Dub Syndicate is a dub band, formed by Style Scott, former drummer with the Roots Radics and Creation Rebel. Although the line-up has been very fluid, some members of the band have been semi-permanent, notably Bim Sherman (vocals), Deadly Headley (saxophone) and Dr. Pablo (melodica), (N.B. Dr. Pablo is not Augustus Pablo). Most of the band's output has appeared on On-U Sound Records, and has been produced by the label's owner Adrian Sherwood.