Ex-Public Image Ltd. bass player (1978-80) who left the band on shaky terms when using the Metal Box (Second Edition) backing tapes for his first solo release entitled "Betrayal" (1980). Afterwards, Wobble made a number of independent releases, first with the The Human Condition (featuring ex-PiL drummer Walker) and soon collaborated with Jaki Liebezeit and Holger Czukay from Can and the Edge from U2. At the same time he released his own solo work.
a four female stong outfit coming out of the streets of brighton and the fields of the british festival scene .rapidly gaining a reputation for being a band that will get you up dancing your very heart out. wildhearted gypsy creatures with a love for phat bass, vocal harmonies and montuno breaks- the andrews sisters meets lady saw! very lively band playing gypsy, funk, ska, reggae,rap, dub, latin mix up. unique, elegant and strong vocals, .
Orien is a dubstep producer who released the "Look At My Eyes EP" which recieved a huge response in the community.
Michael Prophet has got one of the most distinctive and beautiful voices known in the whole reggae world. He was born Michael Haynes in 1957 and grew up in the western Kingston ghetto of Greenwich Farm. He began his recording career in 1977 when he was discovered by the legendary producer Vivian Jackson, better known as Yabby You. Yabby You took Michael to Channel One where he voiced his debut song "Praise You Jah Jah".
With the tons of hyped up (but utterly mediocre) dance music that comes out these days, it's pretty hard to stand apart from the herd; not the case with Toronto's Egyptrixx. In just over one year, his distinct sonic aesthetic has become an acclaimed presence in underground music, garnering praise from heavyweight DJ's, including Sinden, Mary Ann Hobbs and Drop the Lime, and influential publications such as Fader, Xlr8r and The Wire magazine.
The Skatalites are a Jamaican music group that played a major role in popularising ska, the first truly Jamaican music created by fusing boogie-woogie blues, rhythm and blues, jazz, mento, calypso, and African rhythms. They recorded many of their best known songs, including Guns Of Navarone, in the period between 1964 and 1965, as well as played on records by Prince Buster and many other Jamaican artists.
A 90s alias of Jon Carter, for his breakbeat productions as opposed to the house flavoured Junior Cartier project. Inevitably lumped in with the "big beat" movement of the time, although their album Shoot the Boss had a dark mood and heavy dub influence that defied the "cheeky party antics" ethos of the genre.
Since their 2003 debut EP, Pendle Coven (Miles Whittaker and Gary Howell) have produced seven exceptional, restless twelves for the Modern Love label, not including work undertaken by one half of the recording duo under the MLZ moniker and a handful of projects produced and delivered under the radar. Typified by an inability to rest on their laurels, Pendle have explored areas of techno and electronic music as diverse as their interests, taking in early-90's style 'ardkore, drone, Basic-Channelisms, Drexciyan electro and warehouse minimalism along the way.