Born in the 70s at the peak of Motown Records, Big Strick was heavily influenced by the Temptations, Marvin Gaye, 4 Tops and a host of other extraordinary acts that blessed Detroit with great soulful music.
There is more than one artist represented here: (1) Moody: Artist name variation of Moodymann. An outspoken voice in the normally non-confrontational world of electronic dance music, Moodymann (given name: Kenneth Dixon Jr.) is committed to keeping a distinctly black imprint on techno and house.
Marcello Napoletano is an Italian DJ and producer believing in the underground.
As of 2007 he released classic Detroit and Chicago house influenced records on Radiance Records, Mathematic Recordings, Hour House Is Your Rush Records and many more.
Reggie Dokes is no stranger to the underground house and techno scene of Detroit. Being a fan of the music since he was 15 years old, he became one of those aspiring DJs mixing records in the basement of his parent's home. Eventually he ventured out into the party scene of Detroit making a name for himself as a young DJ.
Steven Tang / Tang / Obsolete Music Technology / Misguided / Monomer__A Hong Kong native living in Chicago since '81 whose humble beginnings in electronic music grew exponentially with the discovery of house music a music going through its own infancy at the time.
Anthony Child is the real name of Birmingham techno DJ Surgeon. He uses this name for some of his more experimental material, such as the tracks Let's Say He's A Killer (on the Exist compilation) and YouKnowILoveYou from Faith is Fear.