Omnia may refer to several artists, here listed in order of popularity on last.fm: 1. Omnia is a self-described "neoceltic pagan folk" band based in The Netherlands and Belgium and whose members are Irish, Dutch, Indonesian, English and Belgian. Their traditional music takes on the form of various cultural routes, from places around the world such as Ireland, England and Afghanistan. They sing in Welsh, English, Irish, Breton, Finnish, German, Latin and Hindi and play Celtic harp, mouth harp, hurdy-gurdy...
There are at least two artists that share the name Joyride: 1) A band from Indonesia 2) A punk band from California 3) Rock'n'roll-alternative band from Slovakia
Glenn Morrison has undoubtedly been gaining international recognition for his skills in the DJ booth. He formerly worked at Release Records for the better part of four and some odd years, and it aided in his development as a DJ, giving way for a fuller understanding of the music. Glenn has been instrumental in contributing to the success of several record labels in Europe through his A&R work, namely, Twisted Frequency in the UK, Babylon Records in France, and DK Records in Holland. In accordance to this, Glenn started/owns Morrison Recordings.
aka Frank Heinrich. German producer with records on Cadenza, Below and Combi Int. Makes organic minimal techno with a deep feeling.
Flicker is a name that was and is carried by several bands. (1) Flicker is a loose collective of session musicians who make instrumental pieces for film, TV, computer games and advertising. They are based in Exeter, England. The first Flicker album, 'At Least 1000 Words' was released in 2002 and received praise and accolades from the media at the time. Their subsequent albums, 'HappySad', 'The Snail Gauntlet' and 'The Frumperal Way' are awaiting release and distribution at present.
There are three artists with the name Dave Clark(e). Dave Clarke (* September 19th, 1968 in Brighton, England) is a Techno Producer and DJ, often given the status The Baron of Techno.
Dave Clarke has a well-deserved reputation as one of the greater techno and electro DJs in the world but he’s always been an outsider, from his stormy childhood in the 1980s to his tempestuous relationship with the media today. Being a fan of radio; Dave does share his contemporary insights willingly on UK, Belgian, Turkish and Dutch radio.
Eva B has released nice jazzy and dubby stuff on the nujazz label Sonar Kollektiv outta Germany. Inspirations come from sounds like Rythm N Sound, Cinematic Orchestra, Rockers Hi-Fi, Earl Zinger Berliner Eva Be is a producer who commissioned beat poets to spit rhymes over her smoky, minimal beats, and the end result is something like Digable Planets meets Herbaliser meets Soulstice.
Eva is much more concerned with exploring the interface between dub and electronica - using the opportunity to play with boundaries between genres...
The boy with the dot in his name and the dubby background, started to play records in
the early 90s far in the darkest reaches of the ruff'n'tuff Harz mountains, in former East Germany. This little country bumpkin practiced dilingently every night by candlelight at his aunt's farm.
1994. Phon.o cites the hay in the barn, the dirt in the fields and the sheep form calling him from beyond the hills as strong early influences of his deep and dirty style. In these times he got his first turntables and used every free hour to practise in his hidden secret cottage.
K-Klass are a house music group from Wrexham, North Wales. Signed to Deconstruction Records, an offshoot of Parlophone Records, the members are Andy Williams, Carl Thomas, Russ Morgan and Paul Roberts. Williams and Thomas, from Wrexham, teamed up with Morgan and Roberts, from Chester, after meeting at The Ha