The core members of Shpongle are Simon Posford and Raja Ram from the United Kingdom, along with many collaborators and guest musicians. Ott is also credited on all albums. Their sound is a mix of mainly eastern ethnic samples and western contemporary psychedelic synth music. Posford is responsible for the synth and studio work while Raja Ram contributes with flute arrangements. They are both responsible for the visionary input. According to one interview, they commonly visualize the music together before and during the creation process.
Borgore is the alias of Israeli dubstep producer Asaf Borger, who is currently releasing tunes through Shift Recordings, Terminal Dusk, Trill Bass, Zaudio, and Mad Decent. He is also a drummer for the death metal band Shabira, and part of the dubstep duo Alphamale Primates, which consists of him and tomba. www.myspace.com/borgore He has recently finished a massive US tour to sold out dates everywhere and a plethora of positive reviews. He is now in the process of signing with a major label. Under one year this music lover has turned his passion into a career.
LMFAO is a Grammy Award nominated electro-hop group from Los Angeles, California consisting of rappers REDFOO (Stefan Gordy) and Sky Blu (Skyler Gordy). Signed to a venture between Interscope and will.i.am's label will.i.am music group. They released their debut EP, the Party Rock EP, in July 2008 and it featured the hit single I'm in Miami Bitch. They followed this up with their debut album, Party Rock, in 2009 and will release their second studio album, Don't Judge Me, sometime late 2010.
Sonic Animation were an Australian band that made electronic music from many genres. Rupert Keiller and Adrian Cartwright were with the group through the entirety of its existence, but they also performed with others including Steve Berschtick, who was with the group when it formed, and Erica Mclean who sung the female vocals on the new tracks on their greatest hits album Eleven. The group split up in 2006.
Esau Mwamwaya was born in Mzuzu in Malawi, East Africa. He grew up in the capital, Lilongwe, where he played drums in various bands such as Masaka Band. He was a good friend of the legendary Evison Matafale and they played together for several years before Matafale was killed in Malawi police custody in 2003. In 1999 Esau Mwamwaya moved to London, England has until recently run a second-hand furniture store in Clapton, East London.
DREAM ON, DREAMER
was formed from a collaboration of local band members
who all share the same passion for music
and a desire for a new beginning.
The band released their debut EP in October 2009 ,
They've made a video for the song Ambitions.
And released new EP, Hope, in 2010. • Marcel Gadacz – Vocals
• Callan Orr – Guitar
• Luke Domic – Guitar
• Micheal McLeod – Bass/ Vocals
• Daniel Jungwirth – Keys
• Aaron Fiocca – Drums
Moby is an American electronic musician and is also the name of his live band. Born Richard Melville Hall on September 11, 1965 in Harlem, New York. Moved to Darien, Connecticut at the age of two. He has also released music under the names Voodoo Child, Barracuda, U.H.F., The Brotherhood, DJ Cake, Lopez, On the Rim of the Wheel a Nail, and Brainstorm/Mindstorm. Moby plays keyboards, guitar and bass guitar. He took his performing name from the novel Moby-Dick by Herman Melville, who is his great-great-granduncle.
Hardcore band from Sydney, Australia.
In the course of the eighties Jeff Mills was an influential radio DJ on WJLB under the pseudonym The Wizard. Mills' sets were a highlight of the nightly show from "The Electrifying Mojo," Charles Johnson. Complimenting Mojo's eclectic playlists, Mills would spin obscure detroit techno, hiphop, electro, freestyle, miami bass, chicago house and classic new wave tracks. In going on to create his own music Mills is credited with laying the foundations for legendary detroit techno collective, Underground Resistance, alongside 'Mad' Mike Banks, a former Parliament bass player.