1) Scoop is the alias of the Belgian DJ, Daniël Moerenhout. In 1999, Scoop reached number 1 in the Belgian and Dutch charts with the pulsing electronica song, "Drop It". Drop It featured the popular DJ and producer, Jan Vervloet.
Southside Spinners are a Dutch electronic band. Members include Marco Verkuylen (a.k.a. Dan Marc, Marco Solo, Marco V, T-Marc), Benjamin Kuyten (a.k.a. Benjamin Bates, Bas Beja), Jesse and Thomas Hagenbeek.
Public Energy is an alter ego of dutch DJ and producer Jochem Paap, better known as Speedy J. He is based in the city of Rotterdam. His breakthrough came with the release in 1992 of the minimal techno track Pullover. Subsequently his material became more mellow as he moved away from the hardcore sounds that were then becoming popular in Belgium and the Netherlands.
Da Boy Tommy (18 May 1976 - 24 february 2013; real name Tommy Debie) was a Belgian jump-dj. He's seen as one off the founders off this music style. He often worked together with Da Rick. Biography
Da Boy Tommy didn't get famous with his first tracks. But since october 1999 that all changed.
2 Fabiola was a very successful Belgian dancegroup in Europe, formed in the 90's by Pat Krimson (Patrick Claesen) and Zohra. Some hits are: Play this song, Magic Flight, Sisters and brothers and Flashback. They were known for their extravagant outfits and performances.
"The First Rebirth" is one of the best known early rave tracks from 1993. Over the year 1994 and 1995 they released sequels called "The Second Rebirth"; "The Third Rebirth" and later on "The Fourth Rebirth".
The project WIPPENBERG started in 1995 as a simple side-project, with its first release NEURODANCER on the German underground label Hyper Hype Records. OLAF DIECKMANN - a German producer and dj, who made his first steps as a teenager in the early eighties in the EBM scene - created a big and worldwide club-tune with the hymn NEURODANCER, which was f.