www.facebook.com/schillermusic / www.schillermusic.com Schiller is one of Germany's leading electronic artists. The multi-Gold and Platinum-awarded project has been created by electronic musician, producer and composer Christopher von Deylen in the tradition of teutonic sound-pioneers. Over the last years the Echo-Award winner and Grammy-Nominee performed more than 100 sold-out concerts - highly acclaimed by the audience and media.
Gordon had several entries on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart in the 1990s, including three that reached #1. She also had major hits UK pop with the song "Happenin' All Over Again" written and produced by Stock Aitken Waterman, which reached #4 in the UK Singles Chart in 1990, and had originally been written for Donna Summer. Subsequent singles did less well there (although two reached the Top 40.
There are at least two entries with the artist name 'Version': 1) 'Version' is a project by producers Charles Webster and and Martin 'Atjazz' Iveson. http://versionsounds.com 2) 'Version' refers to the instrumental backing every reggae track. Traditionally, the track with artist would be on Side A of a 45-RPM record; the "riddim" version of same track would appear on Side B. In modern times, where MP3s are much more popular than vinyl, the riddim appears at the end of a riddim release CD or MP3 release.
Max Vangeli is one of the hottest breakthrough electronic artists of 2010. His production roster features remixes for heavyweights such as Steve Angello, Gorillaz, Erick Morillo and Switchfoot as well as original work signed with prestigious house music labels including Size and Refune. His music is played by Superstar DJs worldwide including Swedish House Mafia, Tiesto and David Guetta. No wonder he draws huge crowds at the world’s hottest party destinations like Ibiza, Miami, and London.
Residing in New York’s Brooklyn, rising producer Beckwith caught the ear of many an Anjunadeep fan with his remix of Boom Jinx & Andrew Bayer’s ‘Fracture’. More recently his recent twisting, journey of a track ‘N To Brooklyn’ was a highlight of Jaytech’s ‘Anjunadeep:03’ CD and now gets its full release alongside the equally inventive ‘F To Manhattan’. Themed around the train journey to which its title alludes, ‘N To Brooklyn’ begins on glowing melodic cruise, chugs along brilliantly, before hitting a magical peaking bridge on the breakdown.
OORUTAICHI is an artist from Japan, who began recording and performing in 1999, inspired by The Residents, The Doors, Tyrannosaurus Rex, Aphex Twin and Dancehall Reggae. Initial recordings were multi-layered improvisations using "real" instruments, toys and voice, evolving to composed songs using midi triggered instrumentation. His first album, "YORI YORI", was released in 2003 to acclaim by Yamatsuka EYE (Boredoms), FREEROM (Skam Records) Daniel Wang and others, and received airplay on BBC Radio.
DJ Bruno (Perfect Groove Foundation/ Electrica/ UA) It all started back to 1990 from the tape with new kind of music Acid House. This made Alec to get deeper in the music and to start the mixing. First experiments took place in the private home parties and in the institute where Alec got his education. At that time there was no turntables in Saint Petersburg so all the mixing have been done on the tape recorders.
Iron Curtis’ pieces originate in a place simultaneously tuned to the sounds of Detroit, Chicago and Hamburg. In his home town of Nurnberg, Johannes Paluka is more familiarly known under his surname, which he goes by at the turntable. Intertwining Deep-House with soulful Techno in a disturbingly enchanting manner, his sound moves in the equilibrium of reduced, but never minimal. Flashes of kitsch brighten the dark universe of Iron Curtis, but fail to interfere with the melancholy subtext.