Adapter is the more laid back moniker of the polish producer Igor Wylkonski. On the album 'Life Is Math' he moves between idm, drum n bass, jazz and lounge in a experimental way. He's also makes breakcore, experimental hardcore and speedcore under the moniker I:Gor.
Missing Andy is a burgeoning UK pop/hip-hop crossover act from Braintree in Essex. They recently released their debut EP "My London", which includes the songs "Night Train" and "Under Pressure". They were recently voted #1 to find success on the 2008 NME Breaking Bands Poll
"Winners of runs, losers in love" is the leitmotiv of Housse de Racket. It is first and foremost a smart, sport concept, a musical match between two childhood friends devoted to love and sport. Not sufficiently heavy weight to become high-level sportsmen, Pierre and Victor opted for high flying pop music. Goodbye loneliness and heartache, hello polos, rackets and guitars - because rackets are also instruments with strings. Flashmatchs
Disco Ensemble was formed in 1996 in Pori, Finland. For many years the band has been in the basements and underground-venues, writing songs and playing shows that would have put any band in the limelight to shame. From periods ranging from progressive hardcore to more accessible punk rock, childhood friends Mikko (drums) and Jussi (guitar), bassist Lasse and vocalist Miikka have been Finland's best kept secret for too long.
Oliver Lieb (born 1969) is a very prolific artist & producer hailing from Frankfurt, Germany. He has released music under a wide number of aliases and in a variety of electronic genres. His musical career started as a bass player in funk and soul bands before he eventually turned to synthesized sound. His taste for esoteric equipment is well known, and his studio is filled with analogue synthesizers. Aliases like L.S.G., Spicelab and Paragliders are among the more well known, in addition to his work released as Oliver Lieb. The catalogue of released remixes by Oliver Lieb is enormous.
After experimenting with electronic music since the 80's Anders Karlsson released his first cassette as The Pain Machinery in 1992. The original idea was to mix the raw energy of Punk and the sound exploring possibilities of Electronic and Industrial music, inspired by such diverse artists as SPK, Cabaret Voltaire, Sex Pistols, DAF, Public Enemy and Skinny Puppy among others. TPM utilises obsolete analogue electronics, a wide array of filthy distortion boxes as well as cutting-edge technology to produce the missing link between rhythmic noise, punk and EBM.
Kamikaze Deadboy aka Keiron Ignorant (a pun on Steve Ignorant from the Punk Band Crass) was born in 1987 in England. Originally listening to Punk rock, metal and alternative music, it wasn't until hearing Atari Teenage Riot's DIY ethics to making music it began influencing him to make his own music in 2003 as the Teenage Angst Brigade, a anti-tribute to the band itself. after the discovery of the uprising of the breakcore scene and infinate usuage of samples, this would later influence his later work.