Liz Kay (1981) was born in the Netherlands in a city called Delft. Liz loves performing and entertaining people and always has. At the age of sixteen she started her singing career by joining talentscouts.
1. Master Blaster is a two-piece indie rock band from Newcastle, UK. Fusing the noisy guitars of garage rock with the bleeps and pows of
their Nintendo Gameboy drummer, the pair are hot on the heels of
dj manian is from Germany and has had many hit records around Europe using different names (tune up! etc), "welcome to the club" is his latest UK release and is huge on clubland tv and in the clubs in the UK. He is also the producer behind Cascada who have had massive hits in the UK and around Europe with singer Natalie Horler; the biggest to date being "every time we touch".
Alex Megane, born in 1978, Sports and English student. Alex Megane has always loved music. At school, he was a member of the school choir and helped to establish the local Schulfunk, a radio station for students.
"The Real Booty Babes" is a Project that comes from the german Producers "Jens Kindervater" & "Jens O". Jens & Jens were involved in alot projects before: 4 Clubbers, Rave Allstars, Junkfood Junkies, Groovelikers and many more.
Pimp! Code is a new Party- / Hands Up-project on Zooland Records, produced by Rob Mayth, the man behind singles like "Can I Get A Witness", "Barbie Girl" or remixes for Aycan and Teenagerz. The first Pimp! Code-release comes up as an E.P. with 3 sensational party tracks that keeps all hands up in the air.
Real Name: Lars Böge
Profile: In the year 1993 (already in a technoinfected stadium) DJ Gollum met DJ Hunter at a small village-club. After a lot of some delicious Southern/Ginger they decided to buy two turntables and a mixer. They started to play at some privatparties.
There are two artists with the name Tune Up! and Tune Up which are both redirected here: 1) Tune Up! is a German Eurodance group consisting of DJ Manian (Manuel Reuter) and Yanou (Yann Pfeiffer), the same team as Cascada. Markus Beilke (aka Triffid) was an early member of the group, but left shortly after its conception.