1. Chris Leary, UK based IDM music producer. Chris has been a member of several online music communities over the years. His music first caught the attention of labels when he self-produced AudioMicroDevice on black recordable CDs. Ochre's music uses elements of IDM to create laid-back tracks. The structures he uses are often quite unusual, and he tends to use a wide variety of timbres.
Esem is London-based Bulgarian music artist and sound designer Georgi Marinov, born in 1979. Marinov was previously a member of the demoscene tracker group NOiSE. He also sometimes releases under the "eesn" moniker.
Mancunian Dylan Nathan is one of a new generation of artists to begin producing electronic music inspired by U.K. artists such as Orbital and Aphex Twin, but without having much interest in or contact with the UK acid house explosion from which those artists originally issued.
Previously under the name Dune, Lassi Pekka Nikko contributed to the demoscene in a group called Orange. He is one of the most influential Finnish demoscene musicians. Check pouet.net and scene.org for earlier works. (As these songs are in tracker format, the better your module player, the better they'll sound.)
Formed in 1998, Landau was originally a union of four songwriter/ producers geared towards writing melodic electronic music. Their earliest influences included the 1990's Warp Scene, trip hop, drum & bass and western art music.The groups underlying goal and aesthetic has always been the seamless blend of acoustic and electronic sound.
GIMMIK - (most prominent) is Martin Haidinger. (Additional works - Abfahrt Hinwil, Num Num, Low Profile Society, Das M) Slow Motion Process (WI025) , Load error ep (toy1), Rythmus Der Stadt (toy6), Back To Basics (toy16)