Volsoc is an American electronica project, consisting of Justin Maxwell and Jean-Paul Bondy. The project formed after a series of collaborative live performances in the Southern California rave scene in 1999-2000. Combining their individual monikers, Stupid Octave Cat ("soc") and Volum, the two first recorded under this name for the 2001 Abduction Productions compilation, "SCR.
1.One of the parallel projects of Legowelt, Polarius, Squadra Blanco Some highly placed religious figure respected by millions got high on ebay offering thousands of dollars for the first ep. It sold for over 2000 dollars. The music is still unheard and should be top of the tops. It jacks but keeps it's underground merit while maintaining the electro vibe in 313 and the hague fashion.
Cosmic Force is a long time player in the worldwide Electro scene. Not an artist who transformed from one sound to another, he's one of Electro's originals ! Like so many kids of the 80's, Cosmic Force was influenced by the emergent street culture of New York, especially the Electrofunk movement of Hip Hop.
AS1, a.k.a Arnold Steiner, worked as graphic designer in New York from 1996 to 2005, doing work for labels such as Planet Mu, Schematic, Rawkus, Breakbeat Science, Laboratory Instinct, Fuel, Monotone, Imputor and many more.
the heads behind MAS 2008 are René Kirchner, he is the former of MAS 2008, and Ive Müller, member of MAS 2008 since 1999. more infos on:
FastGraph records dark, minimal electro and techno. His records have appeared through the Dutch label Klakson as well as smaller, more experimental outlets such as Detroit's Monoplaza. Born in 1974 in Holland, FastGraph's electro roots stretch far beyond the style's mid-'90s resurgence; he grew up in a working class suburb of Utrecht.
Vincent Koreman is an electro/noise artist who's been around since '92 producing records for labels such as Bunker Records, KK trax, KK Records, Silver Recordings, Kommando 6, Asbest records, Angelmaker Records, Mighty Robot Recordings and numerous tracks on comps, splits and 7"s for different labels.