As one of South East Asia’s pioneers of the drum & bass sound, Kiat has been championing the darker experimental side of electronica with quality breaks, rolling bass-lines and leftfield influences over many years. Together with fellow Singaporean Ash, they has also been featured as “Leader of the Nu-Skool” in recognised international drum & bass magazines KNOWLEDGE and ATM. In addition, his productions have aired on BBC’s ‘Goldie’sEssential mix’ as well as 1XTRA, BBC’s online urban music radio station.
Jamie Woon is a 25 year old singer-songwriter from Clapton, North-East London, whose sound lies between the usually distinct genres of alternative rock and soul music. His sound envelopes influences and elements as diverse as those of Jeff Buckley, Jamie Liddell, Sade, Sanatana and Meshell Ndegeocello. The recently enrolled rhythm section of a musically liberated and telepathically connected bass player and drummer both named Dan, are to Jamie Woon what Noel Redding and Mitch Mitchel were to Jimi Hendrix.
No other artists have had such an immediate impact on drum and bass in recent years as Instra:mental, the highly acclaimed duo of Al Bleek and kid drama. Since their early releases on Soul:R and darkestral, the pair have been steadily building momentum with a number of influential singles across labels such exit and Naked Lunch and developing a diverse and unique sound that crosses a range of styles and tempos.
Digital Mystikz are dubstep producers from South London and, with Loefah, own the label DMZ and promote their own event of the same name. This takes place at the Mass in Brixton once every two months. Digital Mystikz are Mark Lawrence and D. Harris, also known as Mala and Coki. Although Loefah also releases on the label and performs back to back DJ sets with Mala of Digital Mystikz, he is not part of the group.
FaltyDL is Drew Lustman outta New York City. He's making garage 'n stuff with his hands. Nostalgic tracks immersed in the old New York and Chicago sound yet creating a more subtle futuristic Big Apple version mashing together influences from hip hop, dubstep, garage, soul, jungle and electronica creating his own NYG. NYG. NYG. http://www.myspace.com/faltydl
Inspector dubplate, simply god.
There are currently 3 bands/artists on LastFM with the title 'Ears'. Read on to find the one you are interested in. Ears from Slovakia:
Ears are Slovak musicians with passion for bright cyborgs. They wrote 3 albums so far. The music is at the edge of electro-alternative and electro-pop. Ears from Australia:
The Ears were a notable part of Melbourne's famous post-punk scene of the early Eighties.
1) Kyle Julian Hall is a musician from Detroit, Michigan. 2) Kyle Hall is a singer songwriter from New Lennox, IL. 1) Kyle was Born July 17th 1991 on the West side of Detroit Michigan. Since birth Kyle Hall has always been attached and surrounded by music. He had no choice, ever since he was in his mothers stomach (i.e. her womb/ uterus) his ears were in tune to the sounds of his mother (Penny Wells) singing.
There are 2 projects by the name Marlow 1. "Making his Storming debut with the simply superb 'The Rope', Marlow is one of the new breed of Dubstep producers making waves in the scene, but has accomplished this in a very short time. Taking influences from, amongst other things, 70's psychedelic funk band Parliament/Funkadelic, Marlow manages to combine musical elements with underground bassline sensibilities and the result is a truly fresh sound. With a slew of releases lined up for a multitude of labels, Marlow's star is definitly rising and is certainly one artist to look out for." Caspa
Knife Party is the side project of Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen, members of Australian electronic band Pendulum. So far, they have done a remix of Swedish House Mafia's Save The World, Porter Robinson's Unison and Nero's Crush On You.
On 10th of October, Knife Party announced their plans of releasing a 4-track EP called "100% No Modern Talking", including their songs 'Internet Friends', 'Tourniquet', 'Fire Hive', and 'Destroy Them With Lazers'.