An electronica duo consisting of Jon Pearn and Nick Bridges. With the help of D. Ramirez, "Yeah Yeah" became THE anthem of 2006 in Ibiza and across the World. If you were at the White Isle Summer 2006, you'll know how big this track was with huge support from Tony Humphries, Louie Vega and Norman Jay to Erick Morillo, Ferry Corsten, Roger Sanchez and Sander Kleinenberg etc etc. For more, visit: http://www.myspace.com/bodyrox
The Presets are Julian Hamilton (keyboard and vocals) and Kim Moyes (drums and keyboard). They are an electronic two piece from Sydney, Australia who met when they were both members of Prop. Hamilton and Moyes broke off from Prop in 2003, when they remixed a track, "Magnetic Highway", with "harder electronic edges" under the name The Presets. The Presets have been one of the biggest indie bands for the past few years in Australia, touring with and supporting many well known bands such as Daft Punk, 2 Many DJ's and Ladytron.
Ben XO's radio podcast is available at http://xo.am/dnb/bd/rss . Growing up on a diet of pirate radio in north London, UK, Ben XO (Ben Isaacs) began actively DJing in 1998 and is well known for his series of DJ demos that are regularly released onto the internet. XO has been holding down a weekly radio show on Bassdrive, the largest drum’n'bass shoutcast station on the internet, for over 7 years.
From deep house, minimal electro, acid, to techno Country:
France and Brazil Labels:
Catwash Records (with Chris Carrier), Get Physical, Brique Rouge, Crack & Speed, Adult Only, Detour, Visitor, Block, Twisted, Groovilicious, Positiva Profile Last Updated: April 2007 It’s not an easy task following DJ W!LD ’s path all across the planet! Behind the decks for 10 years now, his career cannot be described in a few lines anymore… W!LD plays from one continent to another, as a tireless traveller, spreading hot underground music to all people.
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.
There are many reasons why DJ Dan has been tagged America's Hardest Working and Most Beloved DJ; since his start in 1989, Dan has been at the forefront of dance music culture. Beginning in the early days of the Rave scene in 1991 when Dan would play multiple parties throughout the weekends, ending it at his own legendary afterhours club No-Doz. He has been setting trends in dance music ever since.
Hard Rock Sofa is a popular Russian duet famous all over the world. They are great DJs and producers whose tracks always blow up the dancefloors of clubs, fests and raves. Their unique sound and style achieved by hard work and outstanding talent keep conquering the hearts and souls of clubheads worldwide which results in releases on famous house music labels proving that Russian house music DOES exist.
Chicago born and bred Melvin Oliphant aka Traxx is known for constructing the "jakbeat" sound -- "a turbo-charged take on old school acid and Chicago house for the '00s put together with the unmistakeable tones of classic analogue gear such as the TR-909, TR-808, and, of course, the TB-303". Traxx himself talking about this phenomenon:
"It's a truly separate genre in its own right... the reason is because jakbeat is influenced from not just by techno and house...
Allo Darlin' began as a vehicle for the solo songwriting exploits of Australian Elizabeth Morris. Morris moved to London, England in 2005, and began performing and making recordings under the name "The Darlings". Morris would only release one disc under this name, a three-track affair called The Photo EP, which came out on the U.K.-based indie pop label WeePOP! in late 2007. Morris changed the project's name to "Allo Darlin'", inspired by the calling of market traders in Soho.