There are two bands with this name: 1. Super Adventure Club are a hyper melodic uber-spazz triumvirate from Edinburgh, Scotland. Inspired by the likes of Pavement, Frank Zappa, Sonic Youth and the Pixies, they write infectious and fluid songs with wide use of complex instrumentalisation. It consists of: Bruce Wallace (guitar, vocals, nord), Mandy Clarke (bass, vocals) and Neil Warrack (drums, vocals). They are currently gigging throughout Scotland, their debut album, 'Chalk Horror!' was released in July 2008, and a tour of France is planned for October.
The LED is made up of Darren Malley and Stuart Moffat and started in 2010. Their musical backgrounds are both very different with Darren growing up with eletronic/dance music and Stuart listening to rock and indie bands. They met at local music venue The Ironworks where Stuart works and Darren DJing there doing the clubnight Audiolife. With both of them looking to produce music they got their heads together and started work on remixing in the studio. One of the main aims was to become an 'act' with the aim of being a "Live Electronic Duo" hence how the LED handle became.
Singer Mutya Buena is one of the original members of the British group Sugababes, which she co-founded in 1998. She left the group in late 2005 and was replaced by Amelle Berrabah. Mutya released her debut solo album Real Girl in June 2007. The album features collaborations with George Michael, Amy Winehouse, and Groove Armada. The first single, the album's title track Real Girl entered the UK Singles Chart at No. 11 on downloads alone, climbing to No.2 after its physical release date.
name : elva hsiao, (traditional chinese : 蕭亞軒; simplified chinese: 萧亚轩)
real name : 蕭雅之
birthdate : 24th august 1979 (some say 1980)
height : 162cm
weight : 42kg
interests : dancing, sea sports, volleyball, going to the gym, reading books and magazines on arts and designing
strengths and talents : singing, drawing, dancing (well-verse in jazz, street, ballet, folk), speaks fluent english (having lived in vancouver for a few years), musical instruments (piano and flute)
Cedric Gervais has been one of the biggest DJs ever to come out of Miami.
Since his arrival from France, he has been a resident at Nikki Beach, Crobar and now he's rocking the terrace at SPACE every weekend.
But Cedric is also making waves all over the world with his productions. Previously known for his track "Burning" and his work with Lenny Kravitz and Duran Duran, his single, "Spirit in My Life" was just released and is already a staple in the sets of all the major DJ's and is off his highlyanticipated debut artist album, "Experiment" for Ultra Records.
Civic name: Ronny Schneider
East German producer and DJ, Ronski Speed aka Sun Decade, has created some of the most in demand tracks and remixes of the past few years. His records 'E.O.S', 'Iris', '2Day E.P', 'Asarja' together with labe mate Mirco De Govia, the 2005 smasher 'Incognition' with Stoneface & Terminal and the Sun Decade singles 'Follow You' and the groundbreaking 'I'm Alone' were genuine club smashes and were hammered by the likes of Paul van Dyk, Tiësto, Armin van Buuren, Paul Oakenfold, Above & Beyond and Ferry Corsten.
After falling into the river Tees during a stevedoring incident in 1998, Ste McGregor washed up on the fair shores of Brighton in early 1999.
With a ramshackle pile of vinyl and old calculator bits, he set about changing the music world forever. These formative years were creatively fruitful, nailing tonnes of animated promos for Midfield General (Midfielding), Lo Fidelity Allstars (Sleeping Faster) and a whole host of lousy tribute acts.
There are at least five singers and two groups named Sonia. ------------
Scouse songstress Sonia Evans shot to fame as a bubbly, ginger-haired, giggly popstrel with the Stock Aitken Waterman stable. Her debut single "You'll Never Stop Me Loving You" made number one on the UK chart, and the debut album "Everybody Knows" made top ten. Further hits followed including "Can't Forget You", "Listen To Your Heart", "Counting Every Minute" and "End Of The World".
There are two outfits that go by this name: 1) The Lost Brothers are Brighton based DJs and producers Harry Diamond, Keiron McTernon and Sergei Hall, who are probably best known for their remix of Gerard McMann's classic song "Cry Little Sister", the theme song from the film "The Lost Boys".
The remix, "Cry Little Sister (I Need U Now)" featuring G Tom Mac (the name under which McMann is now more widely known), was released in 2003. It was a world-wide success. It went on to reach #21 in the UK charts and was also a #1 hit in Germany.
Ben Sowton Ben Sowton, the creator of the Seamless Recordings label, can rightly lay claim to kick starting the trend for bar/cocktail inspired compilation albums that is sweeping across continents. BARGROOVES FOUNDER AND RESIDENT
Ben Sowton, the creator of the Seamless Recordings label, can rightly lay claim to kick starting the trend for bar/cocktail inspired compilation albums that is sweeping across continents.