Dione a.k.a. Erik Ypma started DJ'ing at the end of the 80's at a youth centre. He organized parties at Bubbles in Lelystad and started a radio program at a local station. His first productions were released at Rams Horn Records/5th Gear and appeared on over 50 cd's. His (award-winning) radioshow, "Hakkuh" at New Dance Radio, became Holland's most populair hardcore programme. He started producing and DJ'ing for ID&T (Mysteryland, Thunderdome, Earthquake etc.) Dione played in Finland, Letland, Estland, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Hungary and Holland.
DJ Trace was an early member of the tight-knit crew of producers constituting popular techstep drum'n'bass label No U-Turn. His first crack at broad exposure came through the compilation "Techsteppin'" released on Emotif in 1995. It contained a number of tracks licensed from the No U-Turn studios, and helped seed a new direction in drum'n'bass, one characterized by heavy use of electronics, cavernous beats and basslines, and the dystopian histrionics that have since become trademarks of the No U-Turn/Nu Black sound.
Zetan Spore was originally formed in West Cornwall, UK by Ian Hasdell in 1995. After being inspired by psychedelic rock in the late 80's and it's evolution into early dance acts such as Eat Static and Astralasia, and then by the birth of psytrance in the first half of the 90's, Ian bought a second hand Amiga 1200 computer and started arranging samples to form his own style of psychedelic dance music.
Rob Tissera is one of dance music’s most prolific stars. A top-selling producer and versatile dj whose technical brilliance and effervescent sets have seen him pack out parties across the globe. His track 'The Day Will Come' is widely considered a dance music classic featuring on many of the 'best of' Dance Music compilations throughout the years. Tissera’s experience and ability to thrill audiences playing any genre is something only a handful of DJ can match. Famed for his hi-energy sets he’s also rocked audiences playing house, dirty funk, uplifting house or big room high energy trance.
1. Three music junkies meet up in underground club "Stereo45" to have some drinks in 2005. One of them is panning to beat another, cos he's paying too much attention to his girlfriend. 2. Boys have to much vodka and decide to go to decks, while DJ is in WC and hack them. DJ's back, three stooges are spinning their own records without mixing them properly. 3. They call themselves "Nesakyk Mamai!" (eng. Don't Tell Ya Mom) and play riot music to dance to. Some dancers manage to make out or fade out. No casualties. Few babies born comming year.
There are several artists named Wayward: 1) Wayward is an electronic producer from Leeds, UK and based in London.
"Only Flaw", which samples "The Cure And The Cause", surfaced on line in early 2013. A new track, "Marvin" featuring Marvin Gaye, followed shortly after. http://soundcloud.com/waywarduk 2) Wayward is a US rock band from Reno, Nevada. http://myspace.com/waywardrockmusic 3) Wayward is a psychedelic folk artist. http://www.wayward.bandcamp.com
JoJo De Freq is the DJ and co-promoter of London's super salacious Nag Nag Nag club. Nag is, as JoJo says, a wear what you want, play what you want kind of place' and it's this attitude that has made it the capital's hottest attracting, in the last two years, globally renowned acts like Dave Clarke, Tiga, Miss Kittin, Hell and a loyal audience of wild revellers that cram it to capacity every Wednesday night.
Over the past couple of years, Geek Chic Soundsystem have supported, remixed or otherwise worked with the following: Adam Freeland, Soulwax, Justin Robertson, The Infadels, MSTRKRFT, The Rakes, The Freestylers, Mekon, James Lavelle, Eddy Temple-Morris, Tanith, Riotous Rockers, Uffie & Feadz, Jon Carter, Touche, and heaps more. We've also played all over the shop, from Berlin to London to Warsaw to Budapest to San Francisco, taking in festivals like Secret Garden...
There are two band named Liquid: 1) Liquid explosively emerged in 1991 with the seminal anthem 'Sweet Harmony', timelessly layering classic house over rolling, breakneck beats. This was followed by the pioneering and experimental 'Future Music' E.P. which included the dark and atmospheric breakbeat dub classic 'Liquid Is Liquid'. Band members were Shane Henegan (DJ Model) and Eamon Downes (Ame) were joined for the first three ep's by producer Jezz Wright