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Dark Matter

1. Dark Matter is a Hip-Hop group from Sydney made up of 2 MC's Labyrinth and Ovahand 2. Dark Matter is electronic side-project by Helios Creed (ex-Chrome) 3. Dark Matter is one man black metal band from Washington, United States 4. Dark Matter is a Progressive Metal group from England 5. Dark Matter is an online radio show by Dave Navarro on Indie 103.1 at http://www.indie1031.com/ 6. Dark Matter is an electronic dance music duo from Reading, UK.

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Robin Fox

There is more than one artist with this name: #1 - Robin Fox makes experimental music and laser shows in Austrailia. #2 - Robin Fox is originally from Boston Massachusetts. She is the most famous DJ to come out of the Miami area. Not only does Robin Fox sing I see stars she also co-wrote the lyrics, but Robin Fox is the author for hundreds of other songs for other artists. I see stars is an original Trance Anthem on such stations as Music Choice. Fox lived in Tampa for three years and played in Orlando Florida as well as all the big Clubs in the Southern United states.

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EDX

EDX is a worldwide acclaimed remixer, well known for his brilliant work for the likes of Dubfire, Deadmau5, Armand Van Helden, Steve Angello, Sucker DJs, Michael Procter, Kool & The Gang, Lauryn Hill and Armin Van Buuren, to name but a few.
Enormous Diverse Xample (of a genius) might not be an accurate, but for sure a possible interpretation of the three letters EDX. Productive and successful for more then a decade, Italian native artist, producer, DJ and multi-talent EDX, has been and still is a well-known name in the dance scene in and outside of his home base Switzerland.

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Andy Moor

Andy Moor (real name Andrew Beardmore), was born in 1980. DJ/producer/remixer from Stoke On Trent, UK. This is a discography of all releases by his (Sworn, Dub Disorder, Dwight van Mann) and related projects (Indigo, Leama & Moor, Tilt, Whiteroom, Zoo DJ’s) known by me. This DJ/Producer and musician’s talents were picked up on at 5 years old when he had his first keyboard and instantly started playing songs which he subconsciously knew.

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Araabmuzik

"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."

Skazi

Skazi is an Israeli trance band, producing a unique style of full-on psychedelic trance music since 1998. Their first trance album Animal, released in September 2000 was revolutionary in its sound & direction. Coming from a punk and hardcore scene, Skazi brought a new and innovative twist to trance, combining electronica with live guitar riffs & storming sounds. In March 2002 Skazi released their second album, Storm, followed by Total Anarchy in the summer of 2006.

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Gareth Emery

Ranked at number 7 in the world in the 2010 DJ Mag Top 100 Poll (up from number 23 in 2008 and number 9 in 2009) and tipped by both Paul van Dyk and Ferry Corsten as a future star, Gareth Emery is well on his way to becoming a fully paid up member of the global DJ elite. His podcast (The Gareth Emery Podcast) has fans all around the world and is regarded as one of the most consistent and exciting podcasts around.

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Mike Hunt

There are at least two known uses of the clever moniker "Mike Hunt": 1. A grindcore outfit from Newcastle, Australia, who recorded one album in 2001. Members Drew, Drizen and Metal Steve have since parted ways, and are working on other musical endeavors. 2. A pseudonym of Patrick Sky.

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Jon O'Bir

“This is how trance is meant to be: beautiful bosh that takes you to another place” Mixmag feature February 2003. A lot can happen in 12 months, for Jon O’Bir, 2002 started off with him mixing in his bedroom like thousands of others dreaming of the big time, but as the hours counted down to 2003 his dream came true and he was warming up the crowd at U.K. super club, Godskitchen. It all started back in September 2002, when he entered a DJ competition for Passion and M8 magazine along with 300 other hopeful DJ’s.