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Paul Johnson

There are three artists using the name Paul Johnson: :1:: Paul Johnson, Chicago house Music Producer Born and raised in the birthplace of House Music, Paul Johnson has released over 130 E.P's himself and a vast amount of music for some of the most consistently underground dance labels before hooking up with Peacefrog. 12" releases on the likes of Cajual / Relief and Dance Mania led to his debut album release 'Bump Talkin' in 1994.

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Ad Brown

Marking a new dawn in British progressive-trance, his precision-built,
evocative electronic soundscapes have fast found the ears of many of the scene’s
leading lights. Prog maestros like Sasha, Nick Warren & Dave Seaman are ardent
supporters, as are forward-thinking trance legionnaires like Ferry Corsten and Gareth
Emery. No less a talent behind a pair of turntables, he has become the warm up
man-of-choice for some of the biggest names one the scene. In the last 3 months of
2009 alone he has supported Calvin Harris and Paul Oakenfold on their respective UK

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Bedrock

Long-running collaborative project between big-circuit DJ John Digweed and producer Nick Muir. Their early singles "Set In Stone" and "For What You Dream Of" were progressive house hits, but in 1999 when they founded the Bedrock record label and released "Heaven Scent" they found themselves garnering even greater praise. "Heaven Scent" was a worldwide smash hit, and was followed by "Voices" (2000) and "Beautiful Strange" (2001), among other tracks. They've also racked up a remixography including credits for New Order, Luzon, Humate, Underworld and Heller & Farley.

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Ernesto

There are at least three artists called Ernesto. 1. Ernesto is a soulful singer and music maker Jonatan Bäckelie from Gothenburg. Ernesto has toured Europe and Japan with compost records nu jazz/broken beat pioneers Beanfield, been seen collaborating with Swell Session(Freerange Records) and is guest vocalist of choice for Plej, Blu Mar Ten and jori hulkonnen to name but a few. This "something like a biography" is fetched from www.vaaty.com - Ernesto's official website.

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Julie McKnight

Born in 1972 in Pottstown, PA, Julie McKnight is a daughter of a Seventh-Day Adventist Minister. Julie's musical influences begins with her mother Saundra Brooks, who performed at the age of 19 at the Apollo Theatre in New York City after being coerced by her father, Norris Turney, a multi-reed player and member of Duke Ellington's Orchestra. Aretha Franklin may have won that night but Saundra Brooks brought the house down with her rendition of "What A Wonderful World." As the old adage says, "The Apple Doesn't Fall Far From The Tree."

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Jan Jelinek

Jan Jelinek (whose monikers include Gramm, for Source Records, and Farben), is a Berlin-based producer of electronic music drawing influences from jazz, dub, funk, soul, and house. Prior to releasing on the ~Scape label under his own name, he had put out albums as Farben (for Klang Elektronik). On 2001's Loop-Finding-Jazz-Records, Jelinek manipulates fragments of sound from old jazz recordings, transforming them beyond recognition into completely new pieces of music. On la nouvelle pauvrete, he joins forces with the imaginary band The Exposures, which he himself fabricated.

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NERVO

NERVO are Mim and Liv Nervo. Twin sisters; soulmates and soon to be superstars. They emerged as hit songwriters; Kesha to Kylie; Guetta & Rowland; Pussycat Dolls and more. They've remixed Katy Perry, 30 Seconds to Mars, Cobra Starship, and have topped club charts worldwide. Since landing a deal with Virgin America/Astralwerks as artists, they have been working on their debut album - where they not only write and produce but will step into the spotlight and perform. They are also fast emerging as the most sought-after DJ duo in dance music.

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Tanghetto

Tanghetto is a Buenos Aires-based band that focuses its material in the combination of Argentine tango with electronic music, jazz and other musical genres. The “Tanghetto sound” is rather unique; it's a fusion of diverse sources of inspiration, both contemporary and traditional, that converge in Buenos Aires with the bandoneon (the nostalgic and characteristic instrument of the tango). Bandoneon takes the singer's role and is surrounded by diverse acoustic instruments and a sonic wall of synths and samplers.

Read more about Tanghetto on Last.fm.

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