There is more than one artist with this name: 1.) New Yorkians Antarctica transcend the realm of consciousness into a world entirely their own. They build upon the dark overtones and the gloomy pop sensibility of The Cure and Slowdive while taking epic steps in new aesthetics. Their albums gesture to Antarctica's ability to blend melancholy and joy in epic structure. Vocalist Eric Richter once also fronted the influential emo band Christie Front Drive and has gone on to be in The 101 and Golden City.
There are two artists with the name "Fuzzy Logic". 1)Young, inspired teen writes electronic warble using a set of VST's and a keyboard since 2004. Trying to figure out how to make a beat you can move to. Mainly DnB but also some breakbeat and downtempo. Based in South London, takes inspiration from Adam F, Noisia, and Shy FX. Contactable through the last.fm profile "emiliolio".
2) Fuzzy Logic is an alternative rock band from Kuopio, Finland.
There is more than one artist with this name. 1) Dynamix is a 19 year old dubstep producer from northwest London/ Bristol. His tracks can be found at
http://www.myspace.com/bailsbeats 2) DYNAMIX, a multi Artist act by KULT Records is a concept originated to combine underground production skills with mainstream hooks and melodies for the purpose of Multi-Artist development. By taking underground dance and fusing it with commercial crossover elements, DYNAMIX create music which is both commercially viable, cutting-edge and live performance ready.
Felipe Lozinsky and Gustavo Rozenthal, aka Felguk, form the new project of Brazilian electro-house that since 2006, is showing a work that exalts very technical, creativity and talent primarily. His songs are so marked, which has won the international record labels, and remixed by artists as Neelix, Electrixx, Aaren San and Miles Dyson. Their distinct bass-led style electro-house is marked by lines of low and melodic variety of percussions and bass, which is spiced with different styles such as rock, pop, and funk.
Real Name: Tim Larner
Profile: Sensient is Tim Larner from Melbourne, Australia. He has been concentrating on music since he was 12 years old. Having played drums in various funk/fusion bands, he has always had the music in him. However, it wasn't until he discovered psytrance at the age of 19 that he found his musical calling. His early days in the scene were spent in the rain forests of Byron Bay, soaking up the vibe and inspirations of such a place. Then in time he purchased his first computer and immediately began to explore the possibilities of sound creation.
OOOD - How deep can you bleep? OOOD (aka. Out Of Our Depth) are 4 blokes from England whose mission is to have a good time, spread a little joy and write some blinding psy-trance in the process. Originally formed in 1994 by Colin Bennun, Nigel Bradbury and Stephen Callaghan, the current line-up is Colin, Steve and new members (but old friends) Ramsay Melhuish and Ryokan Potier. As well as being talented DJs they bring an extra live element to OOOD's live shows, adding live drums, percussion, guitar and psychedelia.
Matt Allaby is a trance producer from Manchester in the UK. His unique sound has been forged through his background in the acid house scene in the 'Madchester' nineties and the years following where Matt played his part in the beginnings of the Northern psytrance scene.
He was a resident dj and co-promoter of the 'Sunrise' party in Manchester from its creation in 1997. This became a launch pad for his studio work which first saw fruition on Spiral Trax in 2002.
Before discovering dance music Matt played drums in bands of various styles from the age of 11.
1.) Dutch Death Metal band XENOMORPH was founded in 1992 emerging from the underground scene in The Netherlands. Their most steady line-up became: DeTombe (vocals), Coert Zwart (guitar), Kreft (guitar), JRA (bass) and Marc Bomber (drums). They most likely got their name from the "scientific" predicate given to the aliens starring in the Aliens movie series. Their lyrics are mostly about evil, Satan, and other dark and occult stuff more than once inspired by the work of artists like H.R. Giger and Sir Ridley Scott.
Ryan Green - drums Paul Gross - vocals/keyboards Zane Smythe - guitars/keyboards Nate Perry - bass/backup vocals Believe it or not, Manic didn’t want to get signed to Suretone, the new label of ex-Geffen president Jordan Schur. Not because they had something against them but they didn’t want their creativity stifled by a corporation. This band, who crafts lush, layered pop rock, wanted to do things on their terms and to be the masters of their own destiny.