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Downhill

There are multiple artists with this name: 1. Downhill are a 5 piece pop-punk band from Dublin/Wexford, Ireland.
Their name comes from the New Found Glory song, "All Downhill From Here." The band released their debut EP in 2009 ''This is our Progress''.
There second EP, titled, "Recovery" featuring their new singer and bass player was released, for free, on Friday the 17th of September 2010.

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Colin John

Hailing from London, Great Britain. DJ Colin John is a rising star in the international music scene. First starting his career 10 years ago on the back of the renaissance rave scene, he has found demand for his music and amazing DJ set's around Europe and consequently the world. Bringing an aura to the party like no other, with innovative rave influenced sound encrusted with a colorful futuristic edge. His DJ style combines an uplifting old school groove with a funky yet emotive dub sound.

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Lone Ranger

Borrowing his stage name from the popular TV Western hero of the same name, the Lone Ranger was one of Jamaica's most influential early dancehall DJs. He helped pioneer a newly rhythmic, on-the-beat rhyming style that led DJ toasting into the modern age, and punctuated his lyrics with bizarre exclamations and sound effects ("bim" and "ribbit" were his favorites) that made him perhaps the most imaginative stylist of his time.

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King Earthquake

King Earthquake Sound System Est. 1977 King Earthquake, Errol Arawak started playing in blues dances in Birmingham in the late 70's and slowly progressed into dance halls playing against all the other YOUTHMAN sounds. sooner to become one of
UK's leading soundsystems touring both nationally and internationally. King Earthquake successfuly passes the positive messages and praises through his music to all, his mixing techniques are unique and progressive.

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Radikal Guru

Mateusz Miller aka Radikal Guru is a producer and dj born in northern Poland. Based in Cork IE Guru has been setting up dancefloors around Europe with some of the heaviest dubstep beats coming out of the country. Heavily influenced by dub originators such as King Tubby, Scientist and Lee Scratch Perry, Radikal Guru produces sounds of roots reggae combined with dubstep.
Started in 2004 from making trip-hop, electronica and jungle beats he developed his sound by experimenting with ethnic sounds of Middle east and India.

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EARL SIXTEEN

Daley grew up in Waltham Park Road, Kingston, and, influenced by American soul and Jamaican artists such as Dennis Brown, began his singing career by entering local talent shows. He became the lead vocalist for the group The Flaming Phonics, playing live around Jamaica. Daley decided to drop out of school to pursue his music career, which prompted his mother to throw him out of the family home. Needing to make some money, the group tried out for producer Duke Reid, but left before finishing their recording for him due to his habit of firing live gunshots in the studio.

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Rude Kid

Rude Kid is a grime producer, and is working on 'Are You Ready Volume 1', which will be a production mixtape featuring many of the grime scene's top artists. The beats for the mixtape have been completed, and will be released after the vocals are finished. Rude Kid was going to work on a mixtape with Griminal, but the project has now been cancelled, although he still gives beats to him. He is currently working with Black The Ripper on his forthcoming projects.

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Winston Mcanuff

The son of a preacher, Winston was born in 1957, in the hills of Manchester parish, near Christiana, in Jamaica. His parents were very fond of music and it was only natural for him to sing in church. After his father died in 1971, Winston left his native home and moved to Kingston, where his sister was a teacher. In this new city environment, he became friend with Hugh Mundell, Earl Sixteen and Wayne Wade. Because he was sure of their talent, he went with them to their first auditions and even wrote some of their first songs, like Earl Sixteen's "Malcolm X", later taken up by Dennis Brown.

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