Reims , France YUKSEK
Album 2009 : AWAY FROM THE SEA Two or three times a week, on his Myspace page, Yuksek gets an e-mail from Turkey saying “Hey, know what? Yuksek means “high” in Turkish!” The answer to which is no! Pierre-Alexandre Busson wasn’t aware of this when he chose the name by instinct four years ago, partly for its sound and partly to buck the trend of English-sounding names that are ubiquitous in electronic music. In recent months, the pseudonym has been collecting an ever-growing halo of buzz.
Reims , France YUKSEK
Mightyfools, the illustrious Dutch producers recognized by making raging parties as a DJ-duo, definitely deserve some enlightenment now that they have become a worldwide phenomenon.
Amongst their supporters are quite a few of the big shots: Laidback Luke, Diplo, Don Diablo, Switch, Hardwell, Fedde Le Grand, Fake Blood and all of their dancing secretaries. But having a long list of supporters is not the only thing they’ve accomplished.
There are at least 4 NUN. A) An electropop band from Poland, B) An Emocore band from the Basque Country, C) A hip hop artist from Chicago, Il, D) a dark synth group from Melbourne, Australia featuring members of Constant Mongrel and Woollen Kits A) Nun is an electropop band from Poland.
Their members are Magdalena Kaspryszyn and Olaf Karbowiak. They deliver synthpop danceable music with a lot of uptempo songs, like their first single "Hope", released in March, 2006. Their first album is "Sunlight", and it has been published in 2006.
Igor “Iggor” Cavalera, famed ex-drummer (and founding member) of Brazillian death metal band Sepultura
Iggor left Sepultura in June of 2006 and took on another life as a electronic Music DJ and producer in partnership with his wife. The pair live in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Real Name: Graeme Shepherd. Scottish Electro/ Disco House/ French Pop artist from Leeds, UK. His debut album 'Heartbeats' was released on 17 May 2010 on Heartbeats Music. This was preceded by the lead single "Can't Shake This Feeling" on 7 May 2010. He has also released EPs titled Runaway, Heartbeats and Sound Reaction. He names his main influences as The Human League and Daft Punk. Shepherd grew up in Linlithgow, near Edinburgh and then moved to Leeds in 2004 to study a Music Technology course in nearby Huddersfield.
Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs is a London, UK duo of Edmund Finnis and Orlando Higginbottom. Their music swings between overt musicality and dance. Their live show has toured internationally, featuring bizarre instruments, glitter cannons and, of course, dancing dinosaurs. Their second EP, "All In Two Sixty Dancehalls EP" (2010, Greco-Roman), brought them notoriety. The lead track, Garden, was especially critically aclaimed. They were invited to provide support at Beardyman's Open Sauce Tour, The Arches (Glasgow), 29 Apr 2010 and play Annie Mac Presents, Koko (London), 5 Jun 2010.
Part of the YoungGunz crew and one of the new breed of producers/djs storming out of France with a keen eye on all things that has to do with tropical bass.
Muscles is an electronica musician from Melbourne, Australia. In October 2010 Muscles releases his new single, 'Girl Crazy Go' and new 5 track EP named, 'Younger & Immature'. Muscles' debut album Guns Babes Lemonade was released in Australia on 29 September 2007. The album entered the Australian ARIA Album Chart at #14 on 8 October 2007, reaching #3 on the Australian Artist Chart and #1 on the Dance Album Chart in its first week. www.musclesmusic.com