Part of what has become known as the 'Swedish House Mafia' along with Steve Angello, Eric Prydz and Axwell.
Over the last few years Kim Fai has built a reputation for delivering some solid productions and floorshaking DJ-sets. Gaining support from some of the most resepected names in the industry. Kim has produced and remixed for some well known labels. His remix of Funk Agenda's "What the fuck" reached the 16th place in the Beatport Tech-House charts and was played by some great DJ's including Roger Sanchez.
George 'Von' Whitton is an electro house producer and DJ from Manchester, England.
Bass Kleph writes the kind of tracks where the whole club does a double take, then bum rushes the DJ to find out what the F##K is this?!?. It’s a dirty, bouncy, querky, sexy, sensory assault of less is more Tech/Electro. A mash of straight beats, and break beats, big bass and house treats. It’s that… well it’s that Bass Kleph sound. He describes the sound as a war on average, fought by Amazonian swimsuit models with machine guns, and he’s not too far off.
Vandalism is an Australian electro house music group. It comprises DJs/producers Andy Van (previous member of Madison Ave), and Cassie Van (Singer, Songwriter). In February 2006 Vandalism released a cover single "Never Say Never" (originally sung by Romeo Void), backed by a considerable amount of airplay by Nova and a video clip shown on Rage. The group have been profilic remixers in the last few years, reworking songs for varied artists such as Skepta, Brad Hed and Yves Larock.
Noir is at least 11 different artists, amongst which: 1) Whether he is travelling the world DJing at some of the finest parties on the planet, or producing tracks that gain support from the cream of the world’s dj elite, Noir (a.k.a. René Kristensen) remains one of the industry’s most respected and hard working individuals.
With over 10 years experience under his belt, Noir gave up his daytime job at the end of 2003 to focus on his dj and production career and hasn’t looked back since.