Larry Lush and Wilf Frost are the dynamic duo that make up the ironically named outfit, Quietman. Futuristic, uplifting and contemporary Trance producers, their adorable anthems, fat bass lines and majestic chord changes will get you rocking.
In 1994 Tom Wax and Thorsten Adler brought their very personal project into life named 'AWeX' (Adler-Wax-eXperiments). In the beginning they made it for fun and to have an experimental field without any musical limits. But after their first 12inch 'It´s Our future' became THE anthem of 1995 and the Berlin Love Parade, they had their biggest success up to date .
Harald Blüchel was born at 19/Feb/1963 in Nuremberg, a classically trained concert pianist who began at the Nuremberg Conservatory at the tender age of 7, he has been composing pieces for synthesizer since discovering Tangerine Dream and Kraftwerk in 1980.
Pob is a name of at least two artists:  A pseudonym of electronic music producer Paul Brogden, who has performed remixes for artists such as Sasha and Slacker as well as releasing many singles of his own on Platipus Records including the singles "Waah!" and "The Essence", both of which were featured on his album Essence.
There are currently three artists known that share the name "Nostrum". 1) Nostrum is a hardtrance/acid trance project by the German producer Bernd Augustinski. Starting with Brainchild he has released dozens of singles. Recently he also co-produced with Frank Künne under the name Nostrum & Frank Künne.
There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Union Jack are Simon Berry and Claudio Giussani, a trance music project from England. Best know for releasing the classic trance album "There Will Be No Armageddon". Founded in 1993, the duo has focused on acid and tech trance and has been closely associated with the Platipus record label.
Paul and Al met at Bristols infamous Lakota club in the summer of 1996, They built a studio rigging up an Atari ST, a Sampson mixing desk with an Roland S760, a Zoom 9120 and an HM Heavy Metal pedal and a Pro1 Paul had bought from a geezer in a pub for £95.
Spicelab is one of the first aliases of prolific musician Oliver Lieb from Germany.
Other aliases include: L.S.G., Ambush, Superspy, S.O.L., Paragliders, Java, Mirage, Azid Force, Arte Bionico, Force Legato
One of the most successful French producers, Emmanuel Top also is one of the most secretive. Avoiding the media fuss, he prefers to spend his valuable time producing for his highly successful labels Attack Records and Triangle Records and working with such artists as Richie Hawtin (Plastikman) or Bruno Sanchioni (Age Of Love), with whom he started his career.
Fans of the mighty Platipus Records will be only too aware of the extensive musical output of top act Art Of Trance (AOT). Since 1993, they’ve been unearthing gems of unparalleled purity. However, delve a little deeper and be astonished and amazed by just how linked to the label the act really is. For the AOT is none other than Platipus owner and Tai Pan – Simon Berry