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    They first came to the attention of…

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  4. Stone lions is respected Canadian producer Damian Taylor's solo project. Taylor has worked with artists including Prodigy, Freeland and Bjork and…

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  6. Journeyman (Ian Vilarelle) and BARRcode (Adrian Barr) joined forces to DJ and produce together back in 2004 after organising and djing with…

  7. Bad ass dude!

  8. Since the release of their First album "Here on Business" in late 2005, Splitloop have been nominated for best album & best producers at the…

  9. Beber is not only known for being the debut artist on Marine Parade, but also for his collaboration with Adam Freeland as Tsunami One producing…

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  11. Myagi: Sole Claw, also known as Andrew Mavor, has been rocking the breaks world for a few years. He was nominated in 2006 for Breakspoll best…

  12. Kid Blue is a DJ/Producer from London, originally from Birmingham via Leeds. He grew up listening to techno, britpop, house, grunge, electronica and…

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  14. A collaboration between Tsunami One and BT, who composed the song "Hip Hop Phenomenon".

  15. The artist "JDS" is the duo Julian Napolitano & Darren Pearce.
    This longstanding production duo first started releasing on the Crosstrax label,…

  16. UK-based producer, switching from stadiumbreaks to quality bass heavy riddims, mainly uk funky and dubstep.

    www.myspace.com/baobinga

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  18. Smithmonger (AKA Paul Smith) from Tasmania, Australia was originally a professional trumpet player trained at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music…

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