There are at least 7 artists named "Felix": 1) Felix was the alias of British DJ/producer "Francis Wright". His 1993 track "Don't you want me", which samples "Jomanda's" "Don't You Want My Love" and is credited as "Felix Featuring Jomanda" (co-produced by Rollo and Red Jerry), went to number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. "Dont you want me" was later used in advertising campaigns for the soft drink "Tango".
Joakim is a French modern electronic music artist. Multi talented and well-cultivated, he has released two audacious albums on Versatile Records (Tigersushi in 1999 and Fantomes in 2003) and founder of Label and Proteinic website Tigersushi. Joakim Bouazziz has always been involved in music. He learned piano at age six, with master concertist Abdel Rahman El Bacha. During his teenage years he discovers indie rock and appreciates labels such as Warp and Mo Wax.
Carly Rae Jepsen (born November 21, 1985) is a Juno-nominated singer/songwriter from Mission, British Columbia, Canada In the summer of 2007 she placed third in the fifth season of Canadian Idol. Her debut album Tug of War was released in Canada on September 30, 2008. An EP titled Curiosity was released on February 14, 2012. The lead single, Call Me Maybe, reached #1 in her native Canada and was certified double platinum.
A strange blend of musical influences
maybe a new style... jumble rock would sum it up
Plasmajam skank and rock
Their debut single “Cosa Nostra” was released on Functional Breaks in 2003 and received universal DJ and radio support around the world. Their second release for the label followed soon after, a double ‘A’ sided single “Proper Tasty / Reconsidered” which firmly stamped its mark on the breaks scene with radio play on Radio One, Ministry of Sound FM, Breaks FM, several other international shows and has had DJ support from the likes of Freq Nasty, Krafty Kuts, Skool of Thought, Tayo and Steelzawheelz to name but a few.
DJ Coone is a pseudonym of Koen Bauweraerts (born 30th of May, 1983). A Belgian DJ, from the municipality of Turnhout. He started his career when he was 12 years old making music on his keyboard and had the feeling for making good riddles, and together with his friend Marijn Venmans he made his first single called "Protect The Innocent". After some live gigs he decided to focus more on DJing. His music is a style called jump, a subgenre of harddance.
Disambiguation; There are 5 Groups with the same name. 1). Real Name: Ed Bout, Dave van Hasselaar & Ludmilla Odijk
Profile:Critical Mass was a dutch Rave/Happy Hardcore group from the Mid-Nineties.
Critical Mass was formed in 1994 byEd Bout and Dave Hasselaar.
ID&T records (the centre of hardcore at that time) wanted a live act. At the beginning both producers where the act by themselves but not much later they integrated the singer Ludmilla Odijk and the rapper Danny Haenraets alias MC Energy.