Blend is the name of several different artists:
1. The producer, musician and dj 'George Mandas' aka 'Blend' aka 'Mishkin'
2. The Lebanese post-rock band 'Blend'
3. The Kurdish artist Blend (please go to profil Hozan Blend!)
4) The Alternative-Nu Metal Band Blend from New Delhi, India. 1) blend aka mishkin
Debuting with "I Believe" on the monumental (10 Records) compilation "Techno 2: The Next Generation" (alongside Carl Craig, Marc Kinchen, and Jay Denham) in 1990. Octave One is the brainchild of the phenomenal native sons of Detroit, MI (USA), the Burden Brothers. The core unit of the band, made up of Lenny Burden and Lawrence Burden (with revolving members of Lynell, Lorne, and Lance Burden), have had the privilege of touring live and Djing throughout the world...
Acid Washed consists of Richard d’Alpert and Andrew Claristidge two childhood friends who became talented producers and have now signed on Record Makers of Paris, France. They claim there a two-man process primarily, deteriorating sound amongst souvenirs, friends, home studios and analogue equipment. The result is a fusion of late nineties filter house and DFA disco anthems that acknowledges the influence of Chicago and Detroit without being overly reverential. Throw names like Steve Reich, Giorgio Moroder into the hat as well if you like, but don’t dwell on them.
Joe Seven is one half of They Live (along with Consequence). He released a 10" on dBridge's label, Exit Records in, March 2011 (Restionaire / The Cous, EXIT027) and is currently working on a full-length album, which will also be on Exit Records. His collaboration, Cancel Standard, with Consequence is due out at the end of March 2011 on Exit Records (EXITCD007).
Saul Milton and Will Kennard really do start as they mean to go on. Since the birth of their drum and bass career in 2004, things have been moving extremely rapidly for this duo. Their first release on Renegade Hardware (a remix of Future Cut's 20/20) was followed with big tracks such as Love's Theme, Iron Fist and Hoodrat on prominent labels such as Bingo, BC Presents and Habit. DJ's: Andy C, Mampi Swift, Friction, Zinc, Pendulum, Fabio and Bad Company have shown huge support for their releases which has only been further affirmed by regular radio airplay.
Behind the successful production of Antix are the brothers Hayden and Barton Strom. Making music together since 1999 and are today working full time as producers in their Slowburning Studios, Auckland New Zealand. What has made Antix such a success? Here's a little view of their backgrounds that has for sure shaped them as producers. Both Barton and Hayden were introduced to music at a young age, listening to music from their parent's vast record collections. They quickly became addicted to the hypnotic sounds of trance in '95 when a friend handed them a tape urging them to check it out.
Often tagged as garage-rock revivalists, the Fleshtones mix the fuzz-guitar and Farfisa organ sounds of that genre with rockabilly, '50s and '60s R&B, and surf into a potent retro stew the group likes to call "Super Rock." The group formed in 1976 in Queens with vocalist/keyboardist Peter Zaremba, guitarist Keith Streng, bassist Jan Marek Pukulski, and drummer Bill Milhizer and aimed to return rock and roll to the simplicity and unself-consciousness of the '50s and early-'60s. (The group was often joined on-stage and in the studio by sax player Gordon Spaeth, who passed on in 2005.
Classically trained with an extensive music repertoire in orchestral, electronica, jazz and other contemporary music genres, Richard Jacques is a multiple award-winning composer of music for video games, film and television.
He is internationally recognized as one of the A-list composers in the video games industry, recently described by PLAY Magazine (US) as “One of the truly distinctive game music composers in the industry today.
Motel Connection is a band from Turin (Italy), set up in 2000 by Samuel (Subsonica vocalist), Pisti (an House Dj) and Pierfunk (former bass player from Subsonica).