Dean & Britta is a musical duo consisting of Dean Wareham and Britta Phillips, both former members of Luna. Wareham had formed Luna in 1992 after leaving his first band, Galaxie 500. Phillips joined Luna in 2000, replacing bassist Justin Harwood. Their first album started out as a Wareham solo project, but when he heard Phillips' demos, he asked her to join him. After Luna broke up in 2005, Dean & Britta spent the next year working on film scores (most notably Noah Baumbach's movie, The Squid and the Whale), and promoting the documentary film of Luna's farewell tour Tell Me Do You Miss Me.
There is more than one artist named Collapsed: 1. A melodic hardcore band from Melbourne, Australia.
2. Collapsed is trash metal band from Texas openly influenced by such bands as Trap Them, Thumbscrew, Modern Life Is War, Orchid, and American Nightmare
3. Collapsed is a five-piece metalcore band and is trashing turmoil in the Tielt Area (Belgium). Since the start in February 2005 Collapsed played mini festivals and small clubshows, in their first year Collapsed shared stages with bands such as Arkangel, Morda, Severance, Liar, Flatcat, Chimeara and The Setup.
Sound Of Stereo interview: - Who is Sound Of Stereo?
Sound Of Stereo is 2 guys from Brussels, Belgium. We met two years ago on an internet community where we were diggin' the same music. We started talking and came to the conclusion that we lived only a few miles away from each other. I - Jochen - was already doing some production work and my partner in crime - Vincent - was already deejaying in the neighbourhood. We were both quite good at what we did, but we didn't have a way to promote ourselves. That changed when we decided to do stuff together.
Soulwax, headed by David and Stephen Dewaele, is an electronic and alternative band hailing from Ghent, Belgium with traces as early as 1992. Though the Dewaele Brothers have created several major albums under this moniker, they are perhaps best-known for their influential contributions to the bastard pop genre under the name Flying Dewaele Brothers and 2 Many DJ's. and the landmark record As Heard on Radio Soulwax, Pt. 2. The duo has also done a number of official and unofficial remixes, including Daft Punk Is Playing At My House, Robot Rock and DARE.
We are a modern Hardcore/Death Metal band from north coast Perth Australia. We do not want our music to be seen as a common sound nor an alternate evil, but merely a channel for people to be proactive, a movement from this ever evolving sedentary lifestyle. You know no one better than yourself, so persist if you are going to try, pick yourself up when you're down, and don't let anyone push you around. We won't settle for second best. I swear, this is only the beginning.
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.
Meet Dr Lektroluv's newest acquisition: Mumbai Science! Mumbai Science, aka Jonas Kiesekoms and Maarten Elen, is taking the indie club-scene by storm. Supported by the green doctor himself,2010 promises big things. With a fresh and innovating view on contemporary dance music, they are one to watch this year! After their first "Woof EP" (supported by LA Riots, Larry Tee, DJ Manaia,...) the question on everyone's mind was: Are they going to disappear in the Mumbai masses or are they more then just one in a billion.
Rambunctious. That's the least you can say about Belgian beatbastards The Subs. Having already released a couple of underground dance maxis - 'You Make Me Spill', 'Fuck That Shit', 'Substracktion' - over the past years, they hit it hard in 2008, with 'Kiss My Trance', a punktrance-juggernaut of a hitsingle.
The track started off as a joke, the band wanted to see how far they could push the limits of the trance-genre and get away with it.