John Andersson and Johan Emmoth are the creative force behind Zoo Brazil. Also recording as Laid, Cuba Computers, Nars and Outcold, they have steadily carved out a reputation as a highly innovative and respected production and dj team. The pair are prolific producers and DJs, having worked with some of the world's best known artists - for example Human League. With their remix work contributing to the catalogues of a host of admired underground dance acts, like Blaze (Slip N Slide) and Zoot Woman (Wall of Sound).
Ben Watt (born 6 Dec 1962, London) is best-known as half of the duo Everything but the Girl, which first performed together in 1982. Watt released his first solo album in 1983 entitled North Marine Drive. It went to number 1 on the U.K. indie charts and included a cover of Bob Dylan's You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go. Everything but the Girl's early material was lite-jazz, but their major international breakthrough came in the dance music genre with Todd Terry's 1995 remix of the song Missing which originally appeared on the album Amplified Heart.
Machines do speak a language understood and appreciated by humans. Measured by the success of Skudge, an artistic duo that has delivered a lot in a very short time. Combining their inspiration and talent through wires and analogue equipment, they seem to always present something new - in a very faithful style. What remains most significant on their output through the main label Skudge Records, as well as their remix material present on a row of different labels, it must be their exceptional sense of loops and unexpected detail in their productions.
Booka Shade is a German electrohouse duo, made up of Walter Merziger and Arno Kammermeier, both described as veterans of the Frankfurt electronic music scene. They have released three albums, memento, Movements and The Sun & The Neon Light. Their 2005 singles Mandarine Girl and Body Language (with M.A.N.D.Y.) were widely played in clubs and licensed on many mix CDs; Resident Advisor called "Body Language" "one of the biggest releases of the year.
This guy is a genius. He was one of three DJ at New York's Body & Soul.
The club has long since been closed but this guy really did his thing.
I have great memories!
les and within the raw energy of electronic music. He released his first EP at 19 and produced under various monikers on labels such as Boxer Recordings Köln, Kling Klong and Systematic. He is currently working on his debut album and describes his live set as "a sort of eclectic techno with influences from the 80's restrained with acid house.. in few words.. a big beat soup!'
JoJo is a London based electro DJ and producer. She co-founded the seminal London electro night, Nag Nag Nag, in 2001. As well as in the UK, JoJo has been a DJ of international demand since 2002. Since 2003, JoJo has been resident at the one of the longest running and respected acid house/techno nights in the UK, Bugged Out. The last Nag Nag Nag was in May 2007, JoJo remained the weekly resident there for over 6 years. The closing of the mid-week club left JoJo the time to concentrate of her efforts on production.
Limao is 31, male, Brazilian born, professional DJ and Producer, lives in London, plays gigs specially in England and Brazil, is happy to be resident at the bigger (is better!) Brazilian club outside Brazil in the whole world, proud to be lined-up in most good house music venues at London, always tries to mix-up really old school grooves between it all; Besides all that, he produces remixes and original tracks, mixing diverse elements of the music scene he is part of.