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.
Dismantled is the sole product of Gary Zon whose unique blend of progressive electro-pop rock has crossed boundaries, meshing everything from the pop of Paula Abdul to the grind of Nine Inch Nails into a sonic attack like no other. The band's quick critical acclaim from fans and reviewers alike has found them a home on Metropolis Records, one of the biggest electronic alternative labels in the US featuring artists like Mindless Self Indulgence, Bauhaus, and VNV Nation, just to name a few.
Oliver Chesler (born January 20, 1970), better known by his stage name The Horrorist, is an American electronic music artist. His singles and albums have charted in Germany. He is the owner of Things to Come Records. He appeared in Depeche Mode's concert film "101". He is also a member of the DJ Skinhead hardcore gabber act.
1) DEVolution are a garage/dub duo consisting of Pete Devereux (Ex-Artful Dodger) and former Size Records artist Tom Devos. The DEVolution duo are writing, producing and playing music which can generally be described as in the dubstep genre, but which they call "Embrace the Bass". DEVolution write on their Facebook page [http://www.facebook.com/wearedevolution?sk=info] the following: "DEVolution is a natural progression for Pete Devereux, whose work with Artful Dodger helped to define the UK Garage scene as a major mainstream genre.
The story of Eric Weideman and his ex–band 1927 is one of the most intriguing in recent Australian pop history. In 1988, the group was a truly local phenomenon, selling more than 350,000 copies of their debut album "...ish". Drawn inexorably into the vortex of mass success, 1927 swiftly lost control, playing out a familiar rock tune: the group's second album, The Other Side, failed to match the sales of its predecessor and 1927 gradually slipped from view even as it began to buckle under the strain of touring.