Allo Darlin' began as a vehicle for the solo songwriting exploits of Australian Elizabeth Morris. Morris moved to London, England in 2005, and began performing and making recordings under the name "The Darlings". Morris would only release one disc under this name, a three-track affair called The Photo EP, which came out on the U.K.-based indie pop label WeePOP! in late 2007. Morris changed the project's name to "Allo Darlin'", inspired by the calling of market traders in Soho.
The man responsible for those ends of night moments on some of the most respected dance floors across the globe over the last twelve months is more than likely Guy Gerber.
As cited last summer in the UK dance floor bible; Mixmag, his universally embraced single on Bedrock Records Stoppage Time became the stand out anthem of the year at the likes of Cocoon at Amnesia, and Dc10 in Ibiza along with Secretsundaze in London.
TJR can refer to three artists (please note the free downloads on this page refer to the 3rd artist): 1. An alias of famed uk garage pioneers Matt "Jam" Lamont and Karl "Tuff Enuff" Brown, more popularly recognised as Tuff Jam. This project is probably best known for the seminal track Just Gets Better, which featured and brought to fame vocalist Xavier. 2. A New York based DJ who has gained some recognition in dance music circles for his fidget house releases including "Atomic" and "Good Evening Chicago", on Wearhouse Music and Potty Mouth Music respectively.
the songs of Arthur Russell (mostly)
In 2004, Gregg aka Kolombo produced many electro house EPs under the name "LouLou Players", with co-producer Djerom and vocalist Lotus, which came out on Sharam Jey's label, King Kong. Thanks to high sales, LouLou Players have also remixed many tracks for labels like Darren Emerson, Fatphaze, Dahlback & Ekenback, John Acquaviva, Remo feat Cheleonis R Jones, ... He carried on building on his success, and in 2005, again with Fabrice, he founded an independent electro label supported by Audiopolis Distribution.
Alexander Lager and Johannes Gustafsson, two childhood friends hailing from Varberg, Sweden have been producing tracks together since early 2006. In 2011, they began producing tracks for a project called “Qulinez”, and sent a demo straight to Steve Angello at Size Records, who took an immediate and avid interest in the talented young producers. In their up and coming release “Troll,” the Swedish duo mix a contagious melodious build up into a typical Swedish House rhythm followed by a dirty Dutch bass drop.
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.
Patrick Scott aka Scott Grooves received his house music baptism from Jeff Mills' legendary The Wizard radio shows and going to the legendary Music Institute. It was at this seminal club that he met Kevin Saunderson. After forging a friendship with Kevin, Scott tinkled the keyboards for Inner City. After hearing a Soma (Funk D'Void) record in a Detroit record store Scott Grooves sent a demo of his album to the Soma office. The rest is history!
A nu-jazz, hip hop and acapella artist based in London, UK. He started off as a DJ playing mainly Hip Hop and Funk grooves in clubs and bars. He then became interested in Spoken Word and the underground poetry scene in London and for many years hosted a highly acclaimed Spoken Word entertainment night called "Brix-Tongue" in South London. This led him onto radio presenting. He has guest-hosted the "London Diaspora Live" show on Resonance radio and was the main host for the SONY award nominated series...