Estron is one of the aliases of Geraint Ffrancon, the man responsible for High Quality Recordings. The concept behind Estron's first and so far only release, 'Y Crack Cymraeg' ('The Welsh Crack') was to create new interpretations of traditional Welsh folk melodies.
Ibakusha has developed an articulate style of composition through many different types of inspiration, but the most significant influence is, without any doubt, the sound of labels like Merck, Skam or n5MD...somebody calls it idm, but this genre is definitely too tight for Ibakusha's music.
Takeshi Nakamura has been influenced in the past by techno-pop acts like Yellow Magic Orchestra, Kraftwerk, and by hip-hop (Public Enemy, Run DMC) and now by artists who create acoustic experiments with digital signal processing. He's involved in the netaudio scene and produced releases for netlabels like Zymogen, Mimi and Neureal.
David Velez (aka Lezrod) is a sound artist / composer from Bogotá, Colombia, currently living in NYC. David has been publishing with netlabels from France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Argentina and Mexico since 2005.
Karibou Charbogne is two minds connected old friends, improvising with their guitare, accordeon, noisy toys and "anything that can make a sound", while recording with some "less-budget/more-direct", "one shot" kind of method.
Jean Parlette is a quartet from The Netherlands. Very soon they will take their sample-based Folktronica to a stage near you. Principal songwriter Jos Blomsma started the band in order to take his unique blend of home-made electronics and classical instruments on the road.
http://www.dincise.net d'incise, born in 1983, is member of the Audioactivity, music & visual collective founded in 2000 in
Geneva (CH). In 2002 he starded to produce different kinds of electronic music, from dub to
electronica, dangerously sliding to the more experimental ways of electroacoustic. His world is