Formed in 2000, Egotronic started making electro punk out of noises they got from their C64 computer and mixed them up with live instruments. They released demo CDs and contributed to some compilations including "captain future re-animated" and "I Can't Relax In Deutschland".
Bratze is the new fancy electrohouse project of Kevin Hamann (ClickClickDecker, My First Trumpet) and Norman Kolodziej (Der Tante Renate). The two friends and labelmates thought it would be the time to create something without compromises. Bratze is ambious techno-electro-pop with more than one message.
After Gerald Mandl and Florian Zwietnig got together as partners in crime under the moniker of Mediengruppe Telekommander in early 2002, Hamburg's indie label Enduro soon pricked up their ears, bringing out a debut EP featuring five tracks in December 2002.
members: Jan Elbeshausen, Andre Frahm, Stefan Goetsch The Dance Inc. are made for the dance floor, but they are no electronic live act. They are a band with vocals, drums, bass, guitars, loops and samples.
Juri Gagarin is an electroclash duo from Hamburg, Germany. They are mostly known for their video and track 'Presidator'. They are Sergej and Arnold who dress in the old Soviet-style at their performances.
Ira Atari is a singer from Hessen, Germany, performing electronic music, pop, often mixed with a house vibe. Her debut album, Shift, was released in March 2011. The first single chosen to promoted the release was Back to Zero.
German-based synthpop band Susanne Blech is a great manifest of post-modernism. Lyrics as randomly created associations demonstrate the plurality of meanings of today’s society. Impliedly it’s possible to read the author’s solipsistic point of view, where the meaning of objective world is transformed into the subjective theory.
Feine Sahne Fischfilet (also known as FSF) is a German ska-punk band formed in 2007 in Dennim. The consist of Jan “Monchi” Gorkow(voc), Christoph "Tscherni" Sell (guit, voc), Kai “Champ” Irrgang(bass), Olaf “Hasenbaby”(drums), Jacobus "Köbi" North(trumpet) and Max "Mäxer" Bobzin(trumpet).