It could be their ‘Zoo Experience’ radio show, the longest running show on London’s Kiss FM, or the legendary parties that were ‘Garage City’ and Soul Heaven? Perhaps it’s their ultimate dance weekender Summervibes, or their sell-out parties at the Miami Winter Music Conference? Maybe it’s the famous Klub Zoo, or their Friday night residency, Groove On @ Heaven. Exactly what makes Bobby & Steve so successful is hard to define, but one thing is for sure, they’ve come a very long way from their weekly slot at Simpson’s Wine Bar in East London’s Forest Gate.
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...
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.
The debut album "The One" of Swedish pop/house duo The Attic is about to be released this autumn 2006. Also, the new single "It's Beautiful" will be released soon. The Attic's collaboration last year with Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso resulted in the track "Together" (Axtone records) with Michael on falsetto lead vocals.The track was, and is still, being played by some of the biggest names in the DJ world.
Fedde le Grand stands on the edge of global superstardom. Behind him lies a glittering career that includes worldwide number ones, packed arenas, throbbing dance floors, A-list collaborations and a raft of international awards. Just ahead – his first studio album called ‘Output’, setting the pace for what is already shaping up to be a fast track 2009. It could be said that Fedde came out of nowhere, riding off the success of a hit record.
Binge & Purge is the union of personality and noted DJ Tommie Sunshine and producer Mark Verbos. The two started working together in 1998 in Chicago. Their 2001 debut as Binge & Purge was a doublepack, released on Switzerland's Mental Groove, called "Wait, It's Fantastic." Highly regarded by the press and the big DJs at the time, it sold small numbers. Their only other release, "Take Your Drion Pill," was a collection of left overs and re-edits from the same sessions.
There are at least two artists who have used the name Radio Slave. 01
Radio Slave aka Matt Edwards No matter what sounds you profess to be your music of choice, chances are, that at some point over the last five years, you will have got your rocks off to Matt Edwards. As Matthew E he fashions club-based, dancefloor slayers. Under that aegis hes updated the classic Chi-town, sound beloved of house aficionados and layered it with fractured funk, belligerent, oddball beats and mechanical soul.
Though he would prefer you to simply listen to his music instead of reading this, Nicolas Jaar would admit he was born in NY; but quickly relocated to Santiago de Chile in the 90s only to come back to his birth place as a teenager. Haunted by Mulatu Astatke, Erik Satie, Ezekiel Honig and Villalobos’ “Thé au Harem d’Archimède”; Nico started to make organic electronic music in 2004 at the age of 14.