"I Got the name ARAAB was back in 02…My nigga had gave me that name ‘cause I didn’t have an alias or nothing like that nam sayin so I ran with it. In 05 I added the MUZIK ‘cause that's what you're listening to when you hear my muzik Araab Muzik" "My influences growing up were pretty much based on the producers. I didn't really listen to the artist ‘cause that wasn't my thing. If the beat caught my attention then I would like the song nam sayin. The beat is pretty much what everyone listens to first then the artist."
Ferry Corsten is a Dutch DJ, producer and recorder who first started out in 1991 producing underground hardcore gabber tracks. He soon expanded into clubhouse and trance music. But don't put Ferry into the trance corner, because his sound encompasses several genres of electronic music. In 1999 Ferry Corsten was voted Best Producer of the Year at the Ericsson Muzik Award in London. In 2000, he was awarded Best Remix for Adagio for Strings (Ferry Corsten remix) at the Dancestar 2000 awards.
The Touch is the name of several artists: 1) an Adelaide, South Australia based indie/pop/rock group. http://www.myspace.com/thetouchyew 2) a drum and Bass producer from Newcastle upon Tyne, UK http://www.myspace.com/thetouchy1 3) a trio from Gothenburg, Sweden making techno-infused pop tracks or pop-infused techno tracks. http://www.thetouch.se 4) a Perth, Western Australia based rock group. http://www.myspace.com/thetouchband 5) a former Dallas-based rock band called The Touch.
Even though his star is rising exponentially, Dutch ‘bon vivant’ Marcel Woods really knows what it’s like to stay down to earth. With a respectable list of banging floor fillers to his credit Woods refuses repetition and is on a constant quest for new innovations. It is because of this attitude that he is in the same league as the greatest trance oriented DJs in the Netherlands. However, hating the confinement of being tagged, Woods therefore always thinks outside the box, leaving the techno and trance label far behind him.
Brian Transeau (born Brian Wayne Transeau on October 4, 1971, in Rockville, Maryland) is an American musician who records under the stage name BT. Classically trained from the age of 13, he attended Berklee College of Music in Boston for one year before dropping out and moving to Los Angeles, California, and then back to Washington, D.C.. From an early age, BT, demonstrated a remarkable aptitude for playing and understanding classical music. He was heavily influenced by avant-garde and romantic composers such as Stravinsky, Bartok, Debussy and Rachmaninov.
1) Total Control was a French punk band in the 90's. 2) A garage rock band featuring members of Eddy Current Suppression Ring and Straightjacket Nation, UV Race. 3) Total Control is an eurodance act from Germany.
There are multiple artists with this name: Apollo was formed in 1969. They released one album, Apollo (1970). Their music was occasionally heavy and the band sounds like Led Zeppelin or Procol Harum, with little bit King Crimson in it. Members have been in other Finnish progressive projects.
2) Apollo Indie Dance / Post Punk band from Ballarat, Australia. They Began mid 2009 when two kids decided to constructively channel their boredom in the form of melodic sound.
1.) A hardcore duo from DC with two former members of Mass Movement of the Moth. http://www.ingriddc.org/ 2.) Ingrid was named after the famous film star, Ingrid Bergman. Her parents ran a cinema (and still do) and Ingrid grew up watching movies which she says were a major influence on her decision to become a singer. Films sparked her imagination and fuelled her ambition to communicate strong emotions to as many people as possible.