Nicky Romero, born on 6 January 1989 grew up in a small city called "Amerongen", lived in Canada (Kingston) for a few years. Nicky hits the first snare drum at the age of 6 and started playing drums in a fanfare. After playing a year or three, he'd been asked to play in a huge group who had acts on street and big events. That was fun though, but not enough for small Nicky. At the age of 12 he got is first set of Drums, and started practising, practising and practising. Well, after 3 years playing drums everyday and night , it was enough and he changed the drums for turntables.
Broken Spindles is the brainchild of Joel Petersen of Omaha, Nebraska. He is in other Saddle Creek bands, playing bass guitar in The Faint and Beep Beep. The music is mostly instrumental with minimal vocals which Petersen sings. It originally started in 2001 as the soundtrack for a friend's film. It developed into a solo project with the first release in 2002 on Tiger Style Records. In between touring with The Faint and Beep Beep, Petersen found time to write music for Broken Spindles. The song, "Song No Song," from fulfilled/complete was used in a car commercial for Lexus
Plastikman is the main recording identity for Windsor, Ontario, Canada's Richie Hawtin (aka Plastikman, Fuse, Circuit Breaker, from within to name a few). since his debut as states of mind and fuse in 1990 to the launch of Plastikman in 1992, his sound has developed through early connotations of acidic techno and extreme levels of energy (1993's 'Spastik') to sonic experiments in futuristic-rhythms and off-world ambience (1998's 'Consumed' LP).
David Keno was born 1979 in Berne, Switzerland. He started learning classical instruments like guitar and drums when he was 12. After playing in different rock bands he discovered his love to electronic music. He bought a drum machine and an old Korg synthesizer and started experimenting with it. It took a few years until he was ready to show the results to someone but it was worth the wait. The guys from the Pocketgame label loved his melodic tracks and signed him for his first record: Vernis - Bubble Bath EP which came with a fantastic Trentemoeller remix.
With residencies at Ibiza’s Zoo Project and London’s LikeThat parties, regular international performances in leading clubs and events, and releases in top labels Cadenza and 8Bit, Pablo Cahn is quickly establishing himself as one of the most exciting young talents to have arisen in recent years, remarkably supplying dance floors worldwide with his fresh take on Techno and House Music.
Born and raised in Colombia, Pablo had his first contact with electronic music during a trip to the UK and immediately started collecting records.
There are at least four bands and one dj with the name Norman: Norman is a band defined by its surroundings: the green, lush, and often soggy landscapes of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. An aesthetic layered with fields and farms, trees and hills, the valley is sandwiched between two mountain ranges and extends North to Portland, Oregon. Norman’s sophomore full-length, Hay, Hay, Make a Wish and Turn Away conjures images of a flatbed pickup rambling down a dusty country road on a warm Summer evening.
In the span of a few years, Texas-born, Detroit-based Matthew Dear has established himself as one of America's foremost minimal techno producers. Dear and Ghostly International founder Sam Valenti IV met while the two were attending the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. In 1999, Dear collaborated with ghettotech pioneer Daisha on Ghostly's inaugural 12", "Hands Up for Detroit." In 2001 he released "Irreparably Dented," his debut 12" on Ghostly International's more dancefloor-oriented Spectral Sound subsidiary.
Morgan operates in a dark Techno.
He has played with big names like Heron, Olivier Giacomotto ...
Hi releases, are also feeling that his podcast / / Reloading / /.
Of which, he founded the label in May 2010, '' Reloading-Records ''.
It collaborates with the most talented artists of the moment as :
Masuki, Heron, Audio-Injection, Mark Morris, D.Carbone, Logotech,
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Ramon Tapia alias El Carlitto, son of a Chilenean musician who had to run from his home country as he stood up against the regime, and a Dutch woman who was brave enough to fall in love, is a funny character, a very ambitious one: No one would have guessed he, the young jeweler working behind the counter of an Antwerp record shop, would one day release records on labels as renowned as Great Stuff,Turbo Rec, Abe Duque Rec, Monique Musique , Herzblut, Yellow Tail and Strictly Rhythm, just to name a few.
In another lifetime, Bruno Pronsato (Seattle producer Steven Ford) drummed for Texas speed-metal/punks Voice Of Reason. But then he had his head split open by My Bloody Valentine, Gang Of Four, Electric Company, death-metal titans like Venom, Slayer, and Napalm Death.