If there ever was a crash course in “How To Work The Crowd Into A Frenzy When Djing”, then you can bet the man behind it will be none other than Zade Cross. The 22 year old Leeds Dj plays with a distinctive style that ranges from minimal techno, through to electro house, always being careful to lean towards the dark and glowering framework of house that he represents. His influences take the shape of legends such as Lee Burridge, Alex Smoke & Oliver Huntemann…it’s fair to say that it’s the minimal, dark & messy tech-house stuff that usually finds its way into Zade Cross’s bag of tricks.
The sound of the Dum Dum Girls, actually consisting of only girl Dee Dee (aka Kristen Gundred of Grand Ole Party), is categorized as "blissed out buzzsaw". Headquarter-ing in Los Angeles, Dum Dum Girls have a similar sound to the Vivian Girls, among other stereotypical comparisons to female fronted lofi bands.
Martin Creed (born 1968) is an English artist noted for his works which are grounded in the conceptual art of the 1960s and 1970s. He won the Turner Prize in 2001. Martin Creed was born in Wakefield and brought up in Glasgow. He studied art at the Slade School of Art in University College, London from 1986 to 1990. Since 1987, Creed has numbered each of his works, and most of his titles relate in a very direct way to the piece's substance. Work No. 79, some Blu-tack kneaded, rolled into a ball and depressed against a wall (1993), for example, is just what it sounds like, as is Work No.