There are at least 4 artists named Sub 1. Sub is a drum and bass producer and DJ currently living in Innsbruck, Austria. He is also the founder of Syncopathic Recordings. His passion for music has always been the primary force in his life, starting as a bassplayer in various crossover bands, he later became addicted to broken beats. His productions are influenced by complex drum patterns, heavy subbass and deep atmospheric vibes, whereas his DJ-sets are more eclectic, embracing everything from atmospheric music, 'Good Looking' style and drumfunk up to jungle, amen-choppage and hardstep.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) A Canadian thrash metal band.
2) A grime/garage MC from the UK.
3) A German hard techno artist.
4) A thrash metal band from Argentina. 1) Razor is a Canadian speed/thrash metal band formed in 1984 at Guelph, Ontario. The group shot music videos for songs such as "Evil Invaders", "Shotgun Justice", "American Luck" and "Sucker for Punishment". The band dissolved in 1992, but reformed in the late 1990's to record another album, titled "Decibels", in 1997.
Ashley Casselle is one of those DJs who constantly keeps the elements he loves within the
sanctuary of his DJ sets, productions and remixes. His lush deep yet pumping
house/techno blend has won him fans from all corners of the globe and now with his
pioneering new deep electro and post minimal sound, he's pushing the boundaries even
further still. As comfortable playing in tiny dark rooms and after parties in Shoreditch as
2BiT is an electronic producer from Dublin Ireland whos recorded output to date has included breakbeat, electro, downtempo and dubstep. He is full time immersed in the Irish music scene having organised music workshops for young people, toured the country with a free party soundsystem, engineered and mastered numerous live and studio sessions and played live across Ireland and the UK. 2BiT tracks can be found as CD releases on Alphabet Set records and vinyl and digital releases on Invisible Agent records.
D. Ramirez has achieved five top 20 hits, played on every continent and single handedly coined THAT electrohouse sound. He was awarded Best Remix and Best Producer in DJ Magazine’s awards and he has been knighted 'Player Of The Year' in iDJ. His remix of Bodyrox ‘Yeah Yeah’ scored him an Ivor Novello nomination while past exploits such as ‘Columbian Soul’, ‘Time Fades Away’, ‘Pleasure Me’ and ‘La Discotek’ have all achieved coveted Coolcuts and Buzz chart hotspots, championed by some of the biggest DJs in the game.
There is more than one artist with this name:
Steve Spacek, the acclaimed voice behind the ground-breaking genre-pushing group Spacek (who were championed by everyone from Entertainment Weekly to Mos Def), made a name for himself at the turn of the century with the song
1) The Beekeepers were a rock band from Derby, England, signed to the Beggars Banquet Records label. Their releases include the mini-album 'Third Party, Fear and Theft' and the single 'Do You Behave Like That at Home?' The band members were: Jamie East (Vocals), Gary Thatcher (Guitar), Mark Simpson (Bass), Steve Bailey (Drums), and Julian Berry (Guitar). The band toured from 1996 until 1998 and were once supported by 'Travis'.