Djuma Soundsystem is Norwegian Mikkas and Danish Lars B who both live in Copenhagen. They met first time when they DJed at one of Copenhagens longest running club nights, the Sunday club "Offline", and quickly became unseparable friends and production partners.
Freeform Five are a four-piece dance collective based in London. They consist of producer, multi-instrumentalist and chief song-writer Anu Pillai, as well as vocalists Tamara Barnett-Herrin, Cabba and Nick Decosemo. They are known both for their remixes of other people's work as well as producing their own original work.
Anders Trentemøller is a Danish electronic musician from Copenhagen. Trentemøller made his debut in 1997 together with DJ T.O.M. when they formed the first live-house act in Denmark, Trigbag, and started playing concerts all over the globe. Trigbag's single Showtime was played by international DJs such as Alex Gopher, Laurent Garnier, and Etienne de Crécy. Trigbag dissolved in 2000.
Claude VonStroke is a tech-house/electro-house producer based in San Francisco, California. "Claude VonStroke" is better known to locals as Barclay Crenshaw, the owner of San Francisco's avant-house label, Dirtybird.
Coburn is a London, UK based electronic music project (Pete Martin & Tim Healey). In 2005 released the track "We Interrupt This Program" which was said to have re-defined house music. This track was also used as the theme song to a ytmnd.com fad called "NEDM" which stars Happy Cat.
'Like New Order floating on a cloud'- The Observer The Egg play live house, rocktronic, funk and ambient influenced dance music, using electronic and live instruments, video triggering, samples and live and vocoded vocals.
One could argue that of all the electronic artists and labels that made their name in the decade just gone, it was the Get Physical collective and more importantly Booka Shade (Arno Kammermeier and Walter Merziger) and M.A.N.D.Y. (Patrick Bodmer and Philipp Jung) that made the most impression.
Producer Simon Neale has been playing with electronic music for years.Growing up listening to synth-pop and early 90’s House, plus going to a secondary school that had an undiscovered TB303 & Juno 60 covered in dust in the music room cupboard, you could say production was inevitable! School assembly’s were never quite the same with House and Breakbeat driven tunes pumping out of the main hall.
Using the Green Velvet moniker to make his singularly twisted, funk-flecked house and techno hybrid, it was as Cajmere that he made his first musical mark back in the early 90's after ditching school half way through a post-grad, chemical engineering degree at top-notch US college Berkeley.
Motorcycle was a cooperation between the producers duo Gabriel & Dresden and female vocalist Jes Brieden. Together they made the track 'As The Rush Comes' which became one of the most famous vocal trance tracks around the world. Also another track 'Imagination' can be found on Gabriel & Dresden's album titled 'Bloom', which is only known as an acoustic track with the vocals of Jes Brieden.