Ricardo Villalobos is a Chilean-German electronic music producer and DJ. He is well-known for his work in the minimal techno and microhouse genres, and is one of the most significant figures in today's minimal techno scene. Villalobos was born in Santiago, Chile in 1970. In 1973 he moved to Germany with his family to escape the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet, who had seized power that year. When Ricardo was around 10 or 11 he started to play conga and bongos.
DJ and producer from Germany who releases on Mike Dehnert's label Fachwerk.
Paul Anthony Thomas (born October 5, 1980) is Good Charlotte's bassist. He started out on the guitar, but then a friend influenced him to play the bass. Paul attended La Plata High School in La Plata, Maryland with Benji and Joel Madden, but was expelled after threatening to punch the principal in the face. Paul has known Benji and Joel since they were young children, and fellow GC member Billy Martin since he joined the band in 1998.
With his energetic and intense house sound, full of swing, tribal rhythms & techy beats, Alex is said to be probably the most promising of upcoming producers & DJs in the scene. Greek by right, but a Londoner by choice, Alex Celler (Alexandros Berdos) was born in Thessaloniki, Greece. In 2004 he moved in London where he based his studio and since then it has been a story of hard work and righteous success.
Mario Reder began his musical journey At the tender age of 12 where he began taking lessons in classical piano which cemented his musical knowledge and inspiration which stuck with him for years to come. A few years passed in which he continued to learn and grow in his musical passion, at this point he discovered electronic music never forgetting his roots in classical music.
At the age of 16 he bought his first Roland DJ 70 and set up a small analogic studio to work on the sampling of classic songs with electronic arrangements.
There are at least two artists who have used the name Radio Slave. 01
Radio Slave aka Matt Edwards No matter what sounds you profess to be your music of choice, chances are, that at some point over the last five years, you will have got your rocks off to Matt Edwards. As Matthew E he fashions club-based, dancefloor slayers. Under that aegis hes updated the classic Chi-town, sound beloved of house aficionados and layered it with fractured funk, belligerent, oddball beats and mechanical soul.
A Western Michigan native and long-time Detroit resident, Lee Curtiss has been forging his uniquely backwoods, yet avant-garde and primal brand of deep and twisted dance music since the late 1990’s. A constantly changing and ever-eager student to his craft, Lee’s finger has been pressed upon, if not thrust into, the throbbing aorta of underground dance music for quite some time – even if his production skills and amazing live PA have only recently begun to garner the attention of techno and house music’s elite.