There are at least four artists performing under the name Pangaea. 1) 25-year-old Kevin McAuley began making music with a two-track mixer, a keyboard and a tape deck as a schoolboy. Discovering dubstep via the sounds of Mala in the backroom of a Leeds club in 2005, Kevin was inspired to found the city’s first dubstep night, Ruffage, and launched himself into the studio. Pangaea enters 2009 as an established DJ/producer and co-owner of Hessle Audio with fellow stalwarts Ramadanman and Ben UFO.
With only a handful of releases on Hessle Audio, Hotflush and his own Hemlock Recordings, London based Jack Dunning has made serious waves already. An Untold tune is highly distinguishable; all compact bass lines that punish and clean percussion that clicks and drives instinctively; finding a balance between meticulous detail, deepness, and pure dance floor sensibility that is very rare indeed. Cited by BBC Radio One’s Mary Anne Hobbs as one to watch in 2009, Untold’s output includes both new material and remixes for the likes of Milanese...
Phaeleh – pronounced “Fella” In 2006, classically trained musician and electronic sound scientist Matt Preston was swept up in the wake of the Dubstep phenomenon. His diverse influences resulted in an equally diverse musical output, ranging from the euphoric heights of Nordic electronica through cinematic breakbeat to the depth charges of Dubstep. Phaeleh’s unique sound has garnered support from the scene’s leading artists, including Skream, N-Type, Scuba, Distance, Kryptic Minds, Oris Jay, RSD and Jakes to name but a few...
Trouble & Bass's AC Slater has quickly become one of the most sought after remixers and producers with no sign of slowing down. Raised on 90's Hip-Hop and nourished by old school rave, AC has cultivated these influences to give birth to his own style of music production. One of the top blogged dance artists in the world, AC's tracks can be frequently heard on radio stations worldwide. His army of world class supporters include Moby, Armand van Helden, Crookers, Diplo, Laidback Luke and Drop the Lime.
At least 11 artists share the name Clouds - please do not delete information for the other ones, as per the Last.fm FAQ. 01) A dubstep / experimental electronica duo from Finland.
02) A psychedelic band from Scotland, active in the 1960's.
03) A rock band from Boston, United States.
04) A pair of techno producers from Perth, Scotland.
05) An alternative rock band from Australia.
06) A synthpop band from Poland.
07) A rock band from England, active in the late 1960's.
08) A garage rock band from Los Angeles, United States, active in the 1960's.
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'.
Destructive Techy Electro House type stuff.... As heard on the latest Orange Rock Corps advert.
DJ MAG REVIEW: RackNRuin - Skitzo/Audio Porn (Future Perfect)
A smash-and-grab from the mash-up scene here as RackNRuin makes slamming noisenik electro with a great revved-up b-line. No wonder Fake Blood and Sinden are all over this.
4 and a 1/2 out of 5!!
Dominic Maker and Kai Campos met at university and began making music together in a home studio in Peckham. The duo have developed a truly unique sound whose experimental rhythms lend themselves to the fringes of dubstep, wonky and hip hop, but ooze with emotion and echoing ambient soundscapes that take the listener to an entirely different place. Their EP, released on Hotflush Recordings, has already been well received, with support from pioneering DJs including Mary Anne Hobbs, Scuba, Rob Booth and Ramadanman
(1) Young female dubstep producer who hails from the isolated city of Perth, Western Australia. Her much awaited forthcoming debut "What If" is due late 2008.
http://twitter.com/mkito Forthcoming Releases:
Kito - What If / Cold (3) Kito is a recording name for Kjell Tore Sandersen, a musician from Porsgrunn, Norway. Kito has one track on the compilation "maskindans - Norsk synth 1980-1988", released in 2009 by Hommage Records.