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.
Two artists exist under this name: (1) ZIGO, from Sevenoaks, UK What started as a crazy idea in an attic space in September 2005 quickly became something beard-strokingly serious for four teenagers with delusions of grandeur, and from the sweaty depths of boys’ bedrooms came a unique sound, a blend of their love for artists ranging from Radiohead to Robert Johnson and Focus to Foals. At that time using a cheap mic in those same bedrooms, the band took the ultimate step of committing their collective noise to tape.
Cosmic Kids Ron Poznansky and Dan Terndrup didn’t meet in outer space as their DJ moniker may indicate, but the story is still equally as good. The two met in a high school classroom meant for kids who had trouble paying attention. They bonded over their love of classic rock. Right out of high school they both volunteered to work at the Los Angeles radio station KCRW. Known for its eclectic programming, the friends were exposed to all different kinds of music, and began collecting and consuming records, feeding their ever-expanding appetite for music.
Nathan Haines (born: 1972) is one of New Zealand
Comfort Fit (Boris Mezga) is an electronic music producer known for breaking the boundaries and conventions of genres. Using music codes of genres such as Hiphop, Dubstep and Electro as a mere comic template, Comfort Fit inspires the music enthusiast with his unique and heavy beat techniques. Since 2000 he has released music under a variety of labels, most of his work can be found on Tokyo Dawn Records. http://www.tokyodawn.net/comfort-fit/
In 1965 Auger formed the group Steampacket along with Long John Baldry, Julie Driscoll and Rod Stewart. With Driscoll and the band Trinity he went on to produce several hit singles, notably a cover of Bob Dylan's This Wheel's on Fire. In1965 Auger formed the group The Steampacket, along with Long John Baldry, Julie Driscoll, Vic Briggs and Rod Stewart. With Driscoll and the band, Trinity, he went on to record several hit singles, notably a cover version of David Ackles' "Road to Cairo" and Bob Dylan's "This Wheel's on Fire", which was featured on Dylan Covered.
1. Radio City is an alias used by Niko Schabel/Radio Citizen for the One EP release on Ubiquity Records. 2. Radio City were a 70s punk/new wave band from Thurso, Scotland, comprising songwriters James Sutherland vocals and Raymond Henderson bass and vocals, fellow band members tich bremner drums, colin matheson lead guitar and robin murray guitar / vocal.They released one single "Love and a Picture" / "She’s a Radio". The band's intended follow up, Why / talked to you was re recorded by Caithness based The Blonde Brothers, featuring James Sutherland, Raymond Henderson and Tich bremner.
Emade is a hip-hop producer and drummer from Warsaw, Poland. He made his name producing beats for Fisz's (his brother) albums and their mutual music project called Tworzywo Sztuczne. Whats more, Emade is involved in POE (Projekt Ostry Emade), a collaboration with rapper and producer O.S.T.R., and an all-star group Bassisters Orchiestra. Emade's beats are rooted in the sound of samplers and modern jazz.
The group was created by producer Frank Farian in 1975 and was composed of four West Indian artists working in London, Germany and the Netherlands: singers Marcia Barrett and Liz Mitchell, model Maizie Williams and DJ Bobby Farrell. Boney M is noted for the mix of white and black music—the producer Farian is white and the singers are black; significantly many songs are black (freedom) songs, for example “No More Chain Gang” in the album Oceans Of Fantasy.
Tomáš Dvořák (*78) aka Floex - clarinetist, composer, producer and multimedia artist from Prague (Czech Republic). While Tomáš solo works are released under his Floex moniker, the soundtracks are released under his own name Tomáš Dvořák. From childhood he has been learning clarinet which later becomes the key instrument for his music - not only as "instrumental signature" but also as way of his compositional approach.