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Alan Braxe

"The name ALAN BRAXE is synonymous with the development of the French music scene. He stands out as a pioneer of electronic music, due to a unique ability to put melody over mass and his sound is the very embodiment of the mythical “French Touch”. The story of Braxe’s journey to heralded international producer/ DJ and the birth of his acclaimed Label “Vulture Music”, are very much entwined by their history and ideals. 1997 “Vertigo” is released on the legendary label, Roulé.

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Frankie & the Heartstrings

Frankie & The Heartstrings are a 5-piece band from Sunderland, Northeast, United Kingdom. Their first single, 'Hunger/Fragile' was released at the beginning of 2010. According to Songfacts, the song title and lyrics of 'Hunger' pay homage to the Norwegian author Knut Hamsun's 1890 semi-autobiographical novel Hunger, which describes a young writer's descent into near madness as a result of famine, poverty and homelessness.

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James Curd

James Curd began djing in Chicago in the early nineties. By the time he was 19 he was holding down residencies with Derrick Carter and releasing music on labels around the world.
James wrote a wide array of songs and released "Should I Sing Like This" under the name Greenskeepers. "Should I Sing Like This" became a hit with djs in the city and around the world. Greenskeepers was gaining steam in every direction including press support from Rolling Stone.

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Silicone Soul

Silicone Soul are the internationally renowned and much-loved DJ & production duo Craig Morrison and Graeme Reedie. Pioneering quality underground house and techno for the past decade they have proven to be one of the most popular acts on their home label, Soma Records. They are synonymous with dancefloor destruction and guest constantly around the globe. They have held residencies at La Terrrazza (Barcelona), Circo Loco (DC10, Ibiza), The Arches and The Sub Club (Glasgow) and now the famous Cafй d’Anvers (Antwerp).

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Don Diablo

Small town boy makes it big; that pretty much sums up Don Diablo’s career path up to this date. But who is this Don Diablo dude that everybody seems to be talking about? Well, for starters he is a producer, musician, imaginary friend, DJ, singer, writer, visualist, record label boss and to some people, the uncrowned King of hooligan house, but let’s start at the beginning. Don Diablo’s musical journey kicked off at the age of fifteen, when he started making music for short movies he was directing.

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Greg Wilson

Greg Wilson is an honorary Manc born in Liverpool who is generally acknowledged as the godfather of the early eighties Manc electro scene. He is one of the first British DJ's to have used three turntables. Remembered for his nights at Legend and the Hacienda.

Loveshy

There are at least two bands with the name Loveshy 1) Canberra Hardcore. 2)LoveShy is a UK pop duo, made up of Aimee Kearsley and Emma Beard. In 2002, they competed as soloists in TV show Popstars - The Rivals, making the last ten female singers, but failing to make the top five, who became Girls Aloud. The other five, minus Javine, then formed girlgroup CLEA (an acronym of their initials). CLEA scored three UK top 40 hits between 2003 and 2005, later becoming a trio.

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Gemini

There is more than one artist with this name.
(1) 2011, starting the year with a bang. Aged 20, Gemini 'Thomas Slinger' will make his mark on the dubstep scene with his debut EP 'Blue' on Inspected Recordings. Hitting dancefloors worldwide the 'Blue' EP is a blend of new and original material set to be a part of a unique driving force empowering electronic music to a new level. Currently in his final year at the University of Leeds with only months to go, Gemini is already working on his second EP entitled 'Graduation' set to drop Summer 2011.

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Fake Blood

There are three different artists under the name Fake Blood. 1)
Fake Blood is an alias used by DJ Touché, also half of The Black Ghosts (which Touché has remixed under the Fake Blood alias). His original productions included two major club hits, "Mars" and "Blood Splashing (Fake Blood Theme)". In 2009, He released the "Fix Your Accent" EP, including the original tracks "The Dozens", "I Think I Like It", and "Fix Your Accent". He has done remixes for Dan Le Sac, Armand van Helden, The Count & Sinden, UNKLE, Underworld and others.

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