In a male-dominated industry, it’s hard to find girl DJs who are as down to earth and talented as J. Phlip. Hailing from the Midwest and a recent addition to the famous Dirtybird crew, J. Phlip’s newest record Rumble Rumble drops this week. This prolific DJ also has remixes coming out on Dotbeep and Alland Byallo’s Nightlight label. Blending the sounds of house and showing off her audio engineering skills, there’s no way one can ignore her original beats that radiate energy and innovation.
Ridney's first break came in 1997 from local friend James Zabiela. After listening to one of Ridney's early mix tapes, he was asked to play a regular slot at James' night in a local Southampton venue. Ridney began producing in early 2000. He featured in a handful of production groups before striking his first success - co-writing "Your Love" for Scarpi (in 2004). Continuing to produce a number singles, he was invited to provide a producer guest mix for the Trophy Twins on their BBC Radio 1 show during October 2006.
Rising house DJ and producer ATFC - aka 28-year-old Aydin Hasirci - has emerged as the latest addition to the list of famous Old Skoolers. The OSN was first tipped off about Hasirci's Bournemouth Uni roots by IDJ magazine's Music Editor, Matt Anniss - himself an Old Skooler. And after further investigation, the OSN can confirm Anniss' tip-off to be spot on. Hasirci, whose moniker stands for Aydin The Funki Chile, has been spinning vinyl for around fourteen years and owns his own sound production company, Onephatdeeva Productions.
Born in Hong Kong to a U.S. military family, Scarlett spent her formative years traveling internationally until settling in New York City on her own at 18. She was immediately immersed in the shocking intensity of New York City Nightlife, where she was inspired and heavily influenced by her underground house music heroes Danny Tenaglia and Junior Vasquez in the final days of Twilo. Scarlett's incredible love of music and appreciation for the sensory and aesthetic aspects of the club scene led her to fearlessly take to the decks and cultivate a style all her own.
Ashley Beedle (born 25 November 1962, in Hemel Hempstead) is a British disc jockey and record producer. Beedle made the leap from music lover to DJ in the early 1980s when British disc jockeys started playing disco and house music records over (Jamaican) soundsystems. London's melting pot of cultures provided the young Beedle with a wide interest in reggae, soul music, techno, jazz etc. Beedle's first big musical project, Black Science Orchestra...
Stana aka Aram Alnashéa (1989) young as he is can look back on his remarkable success with over 30 single releases and remixes on several renowned record labels over the past 2 years! Releasing on such labels as Detox Records, Kiddfectious Records, IHDS and many more Stana started like a rocket out of nowhere.
Known now for his nickname “Tech Maniac” Stana began to air a radio show on the famous Di.fm radio page entitled The Tech Maniac Show.
Alias: Content Two thousand and six was Jesse's year with two albums of original productions, the first to be released is the 'More Than One' album on Front Room, which boasts eleven tracks featuring collaborations with some of the worlds hottest underground talent across dance-music's many genres with artists including; Solid Groove, Henrik Schwarz, Domu, Audiomontage, Rob Mello, Chris Duckenfield, Trevor Loveys, Jamie Anderson and more.
There are at least 3 artists with the name Backbeat: 1) A band put together to record music for the film of the same name (about The Beatles' early days in Hamburg. This band consisted of Dave Pirner (vocals), Greg Dulli (vocals), Thurston Moore (guitar), Don Fleming (guitar), Mike Mills (bass guitar) and Dave Grohl (drums) 2) A British percussion quartet active since 1995, who have worked with artists such as Sanju Sahai and Shonosuke Okura. They are also a chamber music ensemble-in-residence at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester.