Binge & Purge is the union of personality and noted DJ Tommie Sunshine and producer Mark Verbos. The two started working together in 1998 in Chicago. Their 2001 debut as Binge & Purge was a doublepack, released on Switzerland's Mental Groove, called "Wait, It's Fantastic." Highly regarded by the press and the big DJs at the time, it sold small numbers. Their only other release, "Take Your Drion Pill," was a collection of left overs and re-edits from the same sessions.
This musical romantic weaves together a true "love-sound" that falls between honeyed melody and all out rave. He taking the acoustics further with the husband & wife pairing, The Long Lost. Once working from a studio in Santa Monica, California. A young Daedelus began noodling Bass Clarinet notes, and soon after attempting Double-Bass. After an ill-fated affair pondering classical and jazz, rave paved the way, and a burgeoning record collection fueled Daedelus’ artistic creativity, preparing the path to his first full length release, Invention.
B-complex aka Matúš Lenický is a producer hailing from Bratislava, Slovakia. His first musical attempts began in 1996, at the age of twelve. A passion and fascination of music led him through many genres. Beginning with Hardcore, Trance, Psytrance, progressing though to experimenting with down tempo and Hip-Hop. 2001 he discovered the album ‘Clockwork’ by ‘Stakka and Skynet.’ His journey with Drum and Bass music was born…
Spoonbill aka Jim Moynihan grew up in the bush north of Melbourne, Australia, discovering the excitement of playing the drums at the age of 12. He began playing gigs in pubs before legally being allowed to enter. As the years rolled on he moved into the realm of percussion and then shifted his concentration to electronic production, investing in his first sampler in 1998. He has won a range of audio production awards including the first place and peoples choice award, Electrovision, Melbourne Fringe Festival 2004 & 3rd place 2003.
Australian bedroom noise made with tape loops and Nintendo DS.
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Sir Qbik's binary orchestra.
From the magnificent wallop of the opening elicited textures that are well delineated and sumptuous through to the final measures of orgiastic fulfillment, the orchestra will delivered handsomely.
The Orb (sometimes credited as simply Orb) is a British electronic music band known for pioneering the genre of ambient house. The Orb is heavily influenced by dub music, and much of their later output has been in the electronic dub category, more so than ambient house. The group was formed in 1988 by Dr. Alex Paterson (full name Duncan Robert Alex Paterson) and Jimmy Cauty (one half of The Justified Ancients of Mu Mu and later The KLF). The Orb's first release was the acid house anthem "Tripping on Sunshine".
Currently there are 3 known artists using the name Skism. 1) London, UK based dubstep artist releasing on Wicky Lindows. http://www.myspace.com/weareskism 2) A Brooklyn punk band who have released one album called Schism. 3) Progressive metal band Tool have a track titled Schism. 4) David Grogan, an electronica / instrumental hip hop artist who released the Skism EP.
Prefuse 73 (Guillermo Scott Herren), is a <a href="http://www.last.fm/tag/hip-hop" class="bbcode_tag" rel="tag">hip-hop</a> and <a href="http://www.last.fm/tag/electronic" class="bbcode_tag" rel="tag">electronic</a> producer/artist, currently based out of Barcelona and signed to <a href="http://www.last.fm/label/Warp" class="bbcode_label">Warp</a> Records. Herren releases his music under various aliases, most notably Prefuse 73, <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/+noredirect/Delarosa+and+Asora" class="bbcode_artist">Delarosa and Asora</a>, <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Piano+Overlord" class="bbcode_artist">Piano Overlord</a> and <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Ahmad+Szabo" class="bbcode_artist">Ahmad Szabo</a>. He also performs with Eva Puyuelo Muns in a duo known as <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Savath+&+Savalas" class="bbcode_artist">Savath & Savalas</a>. He began his career DJing at MJQ, a small night club in Atlanta, and then began working in commercial studios but soon branched out into his own music.