Rising Dutch DJ and producer R3hab has established his name in the international dance scene in a short period of time. ...

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{"key":"88060","name":"R3hab","bio":"Rising Dutch DJ and producer R3hab has established his name in the international dance scene in a short period of time. His producing skills and love for electronic music have made him one of the highest requested remixers in the dance scene right now, remixing for artists like Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Calvin Harris, Lil Wayne, Ne-Yo, Pitbull, Sean Paul, Dada Life, Snoop Dogg and Bob Sinclar to name a few.Then there are also R3hab's original productions that have moved dance floors around the world and more than frequently get listed in Beatport's charts. His most notable releases to date are 'Pump The Party' produced together with Ferruccio Salvo, 'The Bottle Song', released on Wall Recordings and the much-anticipated 'Prutataaa', which is R3hab's first collaboration with Afrojack and was released recently.It might therefore not surprise people that the multi-talented and much-promising R3hab quickly got signed by Afrojack to his Wall Recordings imprint and is quoted as being \"one of its biggest talents\".When it comes to DJ'ing R3hab really knows his business, bringing all the right music to the dance floor at all the right times. Whether you are enjoying his sets on the radio or at the club it is clear that when R3hab is behind the decks people get uplifted and want to dance. There is no getting around the energy that he brings to his craft and this experience is something you really should not miss.So far R3hab has played at the most famous clubs around the world, in countries like the USA, Spain, Belgium, Greece, Switzerland, Germany, Morocco, France, Australia, England and the Caribbean. 2011 will surely see him continue his trend of travelling around the globe and bringing his music close to you, as well as surprising people with more top quality remixes and original material. Be sure to keep following this young Dutch multi-talent, the best has yet to come!","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/88060_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"40,000 - 75,000"}


Born (January 5, 1981) and raised in Niagara Falls, Canada, Joel Zimmerman (aka "deadmau5") has become one of the most s...

750,000 - 1,000,000
{"key":"6235","name":"deadmau5","bio":"Born (January 5, 1981) and raised in Niagara Falls, Canada, Joel Zimmerman (aka \"deadmau5\") has become one of the most sought-after artists on the electronic music scene in recent times. He is known for his highly entertaining live gigs, often performing wearing a large cartoon mouse head.He first started his career as co-producer of the Niagara Falls radio show \u201cThe Party Revolution\u201d (101.1 The Planet). After gaining exposure to all the many facets of electronic music, Joel then moved on to collaborate with many other artists and record labels around the world.In 2005, deadmau5 released his first album, \"Get Scraped, which had many genres and was very different from his new sound.\" After that, he released Vexillology, in 2006. His first mainstream album, and his third album, was Random Album Title in 2008, which went towards a progressive house sound and featured many hit songs like Arguru, Not Exactly and I Remember, with Kaskade. His next album was For Lack of a Better Name, which had more of a tech house style. After that was 4x4=12, which contains his two released dubstep songs. His album > album title goes here < shows a few similarities to Get Scraped. His latest album is \"while(1<2),\" released in 2014.He has worked with a number of artists both underground and mainstream - including Melleny Melody, Orgy, Kaskade, MC Flipside, Rob Swire of Pendulum, Skrillex, Ti\u00ebsto and Steve Duda.'Deadmau5', Zimmermans' DJ name, originates from an incident where a mouse crawled into his computer and died. He then posted on an internet forum of his shenanigans, and the members began calling him TheDeadMouseGuy. 'Dead Mouse' was too long for an IRC login name, so he abbreviated it to \"deadmau5\".He has also done collaborations with top names such as Chris Lake, Glenn Morrison and Wolfgang Gartner.January 2, 2012: On his birthday, Deadmau5 began his year long residency at XS Night Club in Las Vegas, NV.Awards\/Nominations: 1) Deadmau5 was ranked #6 on the DJ Mag Top 100 DJ Poll 2009, and #4 in 2010.2) In 2009, he was nominated for Grammy Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical (\"The Longest Road\" (Deadmau5 Remix) by Morgan Page featuring Lissie)3) In 2010, he won 3 awards from the international dance music awards.4) He has been voted #1 DJ in the world by BeatPort.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/6235_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"750,000 - 1,000,000"}

Fatboy Slim

Fatboy Slim is a pseudonym of Quentin Leo Cook (b. 31 Jul 1963 in Reigate, Surrey - aka Norman Cook), an English big bea...

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{"key":"6121","name":"Fatboy Slim","bio":"Fatboy Slim is a pseudonym of Quentin Leo Cook (b. 31 Jul 1963 in Reigate, Surrey - aka Norman Cook), an English big beat musician.Quentin Leo Cook was educated at Reigate Grammar School. He started a punk fanzine titled Peroxide with his neighbour Andrew Thomas and art student Ian McKay (formerly Laidlaw). Contemporary with his publishing activities, he played drums in Disque Attack (a British new-wave-influenced rock band) for which he later performed lead vocals. At Reigate College he also met Paul Heaton and, at 18, he went to the Brighton Polytechnic to study a BA in English, Politics and Sociology. Although he had begun DJing some years before, it was at this time that he began to develop his skills on the thriving Brighton club scene.In 1985 Cook's friend Paul Heaton who lived in Hull had formed a guitar band called The Housemartins. The Housemartins' bassist had just quit on the eve of their first national tour. Cook had lost interest in the rock scene and could barely play a musical instrument, he agreed to move to Hull to join them. The band soon had a hit single with \"Happy Hour\". They also reached number one just before Christmas 1986 with a version of \"Caravan of Love\" originally a hit the year before for Isley Jasper Isley. However, by 1988 they had split up. Heaton and the band's drummer Dave Hemingway went on to form The Beautiful South, while Cook moved back to Brighton to pursue his interest in the style of music he preferred. It was at this time that he first started working with young studio engineer Simon Thornton, with whom he continues to make records. All Cook's records released from that point onwards have involved both of them to varying degrees (Thornton is credited in 2004 as \"Executive Producer\" for example).Cook formed Beats International, a loose confederation of studio musicians including vocalists Lindy Layton, Lester Noel, D.J. Baptiste, rapper MC Wildski, and keyboardist Andy Boucher. Their first album, Let Them Eat Bingo, included the number one single, \"Dub Be Good to Me\". \"Dub Be Good To Me\" caused a legal dispute revolving around allegations of infringement of copyright through the liberal use of unauthorised samples: the bassline was a note-for-note lift from The Clash's \"The Guns Of Brixton\" and the song also borrowed heavily from the S.O.S. Band's \"Just Be Good to Me\". The 1991 follow-up album Excursion on the Version, an exploration of dub and reggae rhythms, failed to repeat the success of its predecessor.Cook then formed Freakpower, with horn player and singer Ashley Slater. The duo released their debut album, Drive Thru Booty, in 1994, which contained the single \"Turn On Tune In Cop Out\". The cut was picked up by the Levi's company for use in a multimillion-dollar advertisement campaign. Freakpower has also done several other releases under the name Fried Funk Food.In 1995, Cook enlisted help from producer friends Tim Jeffery and JC Reid to create a solo house music album under the 'Pizzaman' pseudonym. The Pizzamania album spawned 3 UK Top 40 hits in \"Trippin' on Sunshine\", \"Sex on the Streets\" and \"Happiness\". \"Happiness\" was picked up by the Del Monte Foods corporation for use in a UK fruit juice ad.Cook is also behind a group The Mighty Dub Katz along with Gareth Hansome (aka GMoney), Cook's former flatmate and the inventor of the name \"Big Beat\". Together they started the Boutique Nightclub in Brighton, formerly known as the Big Beat Boutique, evidently imitating the Heavenly Social in London. In 1996, Cook then re-joined Ashley Slater for the second Freakpower album, titled More of Everything for Everybody. The Fatboy Slim album Better Living Through Chemistry (released through Skint Records) marked Cook's emergence into the big time. Filled with retro samples and funk-laden grooves, the album was among the first in the then-new big beat sound. It also spawned one Top 40 UK hit, \"Everybody Needs a 303\". After Cook's remix of Cornershop's \"Brimful of Asha\" topped the charts, such musical heavy hitters as Madonna and U2 asked him to produce for them.Fatboy Slim's next work was the single \"The Rockafeller Skank,\" released prior to the album You've Come a Long Way, Baby, both of which were released in 1998 to rave reviews. This album also produced the single \"Praise You\", which also became a major dance hit, giving Cook his first UK solo number one. Its video, directed by Spike Jonze, won numerous awards. Further Fatboy Slim works have appeared in movies, television series, and more ads and started a trend where Norman Cook appeared in each video in some shape or form. In 1999, he was on tour, stopping in San Francisco and New York's Hammerstein Ballroom. It should be noted that the single Rockafeller Skank was based entirely around a Lord Finesse vocal sample; \"Right about now, the funk soul brother. Check it out now, the funk soul brother\".Halfway Between the Gutter and the Stars was released in 2000 and featured two collaborations with Macy Gray. It also included \"Sunset (Bird of Prey)\", a slower tempo piece based around a sample of Jim Morrison from The Doors, and \"Weapon of Choice\", which also boasted an award-winning video starring Christopher Walken.On 13 July 2002 Fatboy Slim performed the second of his free, open air concerts on Brighton beach. Despite expecting a crowd of around 60,000 people the event instead attracted an estimated 250,000 who crammed the promenade and beach between Brighton's famous piers. Local police forced the event to end early amid safety concerns, overcrowding, and one death. After the music had finished and the crowd began to dissipate, traffic ensued throughout the Brighton area with many caught in traffic jams until the morning.Cook was awarded a star on the city of Brighton's Walk of Fame, next to that of Winston Churchill. He married TV personality Zo\u00eb Ball in 1999; the couple have one son named Woody. Cook is also a 12% shareholder of the football club he has supported since moving to Brighton in the late 1980s, Brighton & Hove Albion.Fatboy has often played to welcoming crowds in the superclubs of Ibiza, where he also met his wife. 2002 saw him make appearances at Space and Privilege. At Space there was a minor altercation when Cook inadvertently faded down the house PA while playing on the Terrace during the marathon 'We Love Sundays' closing party. With only the booth monitors barely audible the crowd began to shuffle indifferently, in stark contrast to Cook who was having a great time behind the decks. This continued for several minutes until 'We Love' promoter Darren Hughes ran into the booth, grabbed the appropriate control on the mixer and slammed the volume back to full blast. This resulted in a humorous acknowledgement from Cook and euphoria amongst the assembled revellers. Cook went on to complete a memorable set, including a classic Space Terrace moment with John Paul Young's vintage singalong track \"Love is in the Air\".The following day Cook appeared in the main room at Privilege, officially the world's biggest club, for Manumission. His set began well but a thunderstorm was raging outside and after a few records the house PA failed, and once again Cook was playing to a huge crowd with only the weak output of the booth monitors. Attempting to make the best of the situation, Cook angled the monitors towards the crowd and continued with his set, at least entertaining those clubbers fortunate enough to be near the booth. In the cavernous space of Privilege this proved futile and after a short while Cook abandoned any attempt to DJ, removed his shoe, placed this on the turntable, then finally admitted defeat and departed the booth with a shrug of the shoulders and a wave to the disappointed crowd.Later the same year Q magazine named Fatboy Slim in their 50 Bands To See Before You Die list.In January 2003, Cook and his wife underwent a very public break-up, but three months later, they were reconciled.In 2004, Cook released two remixes in June and July, based on Max Sedgley's \"Happy\" and \"Follow Me Follow Me (Quem Que Caguetou)\" by Black Alien & Speed. The latter, a Hip Hop hit from Brazil, became popular in Europe after having appeared on the Nissan X-Trail advert (portraying a more extreme type of marathon). Fatboy Slim's remix was then used in the advert itself.His first album in four years, Palookaville, was less successful than previous releases. In the UK, BBC Radio 1 received an exclusive play of the first single \"Slash Dot Dash\", while in the U.S. \"The Joker\" (a collaboration with Bootsy Collins) had been exclusively aired. The song was appearing on the radio and was made quickly available on iTunes months ahead of the album release.Palookaville represented a significant shift in style for Cook, from loop and sample based compositions to more conventional song structures and many original recordings of real instruments (Cook himself plays bass on some of the album's tracks, with Simon Thornton playing various other instruments along with guest artists, e.g. Justin Robertson). This change in style also led to the use of new production techniques and studio technology. Until Palookaville Cook had been using an Atari ST computer for sequencing and composition, a classic production tool favoured by many dance music producers for its stability, simplicity and rock solid timing. For the new album he made use of a Pro Tools rig, a powerful digital audio workstation environment found in most modern recording studios. This perhaps reluctant move by Cook was ultimately necessary to deliver the polished production style evident in the recordings. The resulting body of work features \"traditional\" Fatboy Slim tracks such as \"Jin Go Lo Ba\" alongside full length vocal tracks including a suitably updated rendition of the Steve Miller Band's \"The Joker\". (The music video for the latter consists entirely of kittens in the lead roles). The album also features many more vocal collaborations including tracks with rapper Lateef, Brighton-based band Johnny Quality and Damon Albarn (Blur, Gorillaz).In 2005, his 2004 hit single \"Wonderful Night\" was placed on Konami's Dance Dance Revolution Extreme 2 for PlayStation 2.In June 2005 he filled the Friday night headline slot on the 'Other Stage' at the Glastonbury Festival, a booking which actually generated a financial loss for Cook when he decided to stage a spectacular visual show involving banks of display screens at the rear of the stage (with his DJ booth set in the middle) and a sophisticated 3D light show with special glasses supplied to members of the audience. In a televised post-gig interview Cook revealed how the cost of staging the show had outstripped the famously low appearance fees received by Glastonbury performers.In October of the same year Fatboy Slim and Talking Heads singer David Byrne revealed their plans for a musical about Imelda Marcos, the controversial ex-First Lady of the Philippines. It premiered at Australia's Adelaide Festival of Arts in March 2006.On the New Years Eve 2005, Fatboy Slim performed live on Bondi Beach in Australia. During this all night set, Fatboy Slim reverted to his original style of music production and DJing with an emphasis on Dance music.Why Try Harder is Fatboy Slim's greatest hits album and was released on 19 June 2006. It comprises eighteen tracks, including ten Top 40 singles, a couple of Number Ones and two exclusive new tracks - \"Champion Sound\" and \"That Old Pair of Jeans\". The title comes from the famous UK album cover for You've Come a Long Way Baby, which featured a large man with a T-shirt bearing the legend \"I'M #1 SO WHY TRY HARDER\". Cook has repeatedly stated in 2006 interviews that the phrase \"why try harder\" is a statement, not a question.On 24 June 2006, Fatboy Slim headlined The \"Rock Ness Festival\" at Loch Ness, Scotland. The following month he also filled the Saturday headline slot at the Global Gathering festival, Long Marston Airfield in the English Midlands. He played a two hour set containing most of his classics and also some of his new material. This is widely regarded as one of the highlights of the festival, perhaps just losing out to Daft Punk's once in a lifetime performance the previous evening. Once again Fatboy appeared in front of an impressive visual stage set comprising video screens and 3D lighting. A spectacular firework display rounded off the show.After being banned by police from playing in Brighton since 2002 after the deaths of two people at his 2002 gig, Fatboy Slim was given permission in 2006 to play again in his home town.It should be noted that the first death was a heart attack brought on by natural causes and the second death was caused by a fall from a wall some time after the gig had finished. The police attributed no blame to Fatboy Slim or the promoter for the deaths. However the promoter had massively underestimated the numbers that would attend, mainly due to the show being unofficially advertised on a London radio station. As a result the entire towns roads and pavements became grid locked and the emergency services were heavily affected.On 1 January 2007 he played to an audience of over 20,000 fans along Brighton's seafront (along Madeira Drive along the beach east of Brighton Pier). Tickets to the event were made available only to Brighton residents, although inevitably some were sold to others on eBay. He recently performed in Brazil, in its version of the Big Brother reality show.Fatboy Slim's Big Beach Boutique 3 was deemed a stunning success by Sussex Police, Fatboy Slim, and the crowd. The gathering was named \"best party city\" by DJ David Guetta, although this was just after both his CD mixers broke down. \"Luckily\" he said \"Fatboy plays vinyl\" and so the crowd returned. The Cuban Brothers and David Guetta opened the show. Cook performed mixes of Gorillaz and Fedde Le Grand's \"Put Your Hands Up For (Brighton)\".Summer 2007 saw Fatboy take a well earned break from the DJ circuit, although he did still return for appearances at Glastonbury and in Ibiza. Glastonbury saw him headlining the East Dance Tent on Friday night and also playing an intimate Saturday night secret gig in the Lost Vagueness ballroom, sharing the bill with ska legends Madness. Befitting of a Lost Vagueness party, Cook accompanied his DJ set with a protracted costume change, transitioning smoothly from a regular set of casual clothes into what could best be described as a bizarre and somewhat revealing bee outfit, complete with novelty wings. For his return to Ibiza, Cook once again joined up with the Manumission crew, now creating their unique brand of Mayhem in legendary superclub Amnesia. Here he shared the bill with Sheffield indie boys Arctic Monkeys and Radio One DJ Zane Lowe.In summer 2007, \"The Rockafeller Skank\" was used for season 3 of So You Think You Can Dance. In September 2007, the song was also featured on Konami's Dance Dance Revolution SuperNova 2 for PlayStation 2.According to Norman's regular \"Ask Norm\" segment on his MySpace, his untitled fifth studio album has Iggy Pop collaborating with him, and the album is \"seven-eighths finished\". The recording process has been completed, but the record is yet to be mixed. There are 18 tracks on the record.Recently, the DJ was featured in the Closing Ceremony of the Summer 2012 Olympics, the XXX Olympiad, in London.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/6121_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Mighty Dub Katz

Mighty Dub Katz (aka Mighty Dub Kats, Mighty Dub Cats, The Mighty Dub Katz & The Mighty Dub Kats), is a UK band, with No...

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{"key":"88045","name":"Mighty Dub Katz","bio":"Mighty Dub Katz (aka Mighty Dub Kats, Mighty Dub Cats, The Mighty Dub Katz & The Mighty Dub Kats), is a UK band, with Norman Cook (founder, producer - best known as Fatboy Slim) & Gareth Hansome (aka G Money). Their d\u00e9but was the single Magic Carpet Ride (1995) & other notable releases inc: It's Just Another Groove (1995), Cangica (1996, EP) & latest, Magic Carpet Ride Remixes (2010).","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/88045_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Vic Mensa

Victor Mensah, known as Vic Mensa, is a rapper from Chicago and a former member of the hip-hop group Kids These Days. Fo...

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{"key":"113319","name":"Vic Mensa","bio":"Victor Mensah, known as Vic Mensa, is a rapper from Chicago and a former member of the hip-hop group Kids These Days. Following their breakup he has pursued a rapidly growing solo career leading up to the release of his mixtape INNANETAPE. Vic has rapped on both of Chance the Rapper's mixtapes, 10 Day and Acid Rap. He is a member of the Save Money collective and has recently signed with Roc Nation, with music with Kanye West in the works for his upcoming project, \"Traffic\". He has appeared on Kanye West's song, Wolves, and West has appeared on Vic's track, U Mad.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/113319_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}


Bondax is an electronic music duo consisting of English musicians Adam Kaye (born 1 April 1994) and George Townsend (bor...

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{"key":"101510","name":"Bondax","bio":"Bondax is an electronic music duo consisting of English musicians Adam Kaye (born 1 April 1994) and George Townsend (born 17 September 1993). The group gained prominence primarily as a result of BBC Radio, initially through BBC Introducing Lancashire before receiving BBC Radio 1 airtime from the a range of DJs including Nick Grimshaw and Annie Mac. Bondax's sound has often been described as difficult to describe and transcending genres, as Moses Wiener of Dazed and Confused details the band's sound as \"the aural equivalent of sipping an ice-cold Pimms on the balcony of your council estate flat.\".Both Adam and George studied at QES (Queen Elizabeth School) Kirkby Lonsdale.In 2012, Bondax started their own record label, Just Us Recordings. The first release on the label was a track by fellow producer Karma Kid entitled It's Always.In 2013, the duo performed at a number of festivals across Europe including; Bestival,Creamfields , and BeaconsBondax\u2019s evocative music seems to drift between urban sonic landscapes, avoiding classification. Incorporating elements of post-dubstep, R&B, and garage, the Lancaster based duo craft an intimate, electronic bliss that reveals something new with each repeated play. Despite the fact that Adam and George are still enjoying their teens, their music shimmers with a maturity and sophistication that belies their age. 2011 Lancaster, Lancashire, England","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/101510_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}


Formed in 1995 by Sister Bliss, Faithless was a London, England, United Kingdom-based group of musicians whose music is ...

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{"key":"6126","name":"Faithless","bio":"Formed in 1995 by Sister Bliss, Faithless was a London, England, United Kingdom-based group of musicians whose music is described by one of their band members as a cross between trip-hop and techno. The four original members of Faithless were vocalist\/rapper Maxi Jazz, keyboardist\/producer Sister Bliss, instrumentalist\/vocalist Jamie Catto and keyboardist\/producer Rollo Armstrong. Jamie Catto (now in 1 Giant Leap) left after their second album, Sunday 8PM, which was released in 1998. Rollo Armstrong's sister Dido also features on several Faithless tracks.For the 2004 album No Roots, Faithless were joined by rapper\/vocalist LSK.Rollo's studio relationship is quite unique as he has synesthesia . He also acted as producer for the second half of his sister Dido's debut album, No Angel.Dido has been a guest singer on a number of Faithless tracks, including \"Flowerstand Man\" from the 1995 debut album Reverence, \"Hem of his Garment\" from Sunday 8PM, \"One Step Too Far\" from Outrospective and \"No Roots\" from the album of the same name.Faithless have now released 5 studio albums, with a remix album for the first three (Reverence, Sunday 8pm and Outrospective) and an instrumental for the last (No Roots), plus a Greatest Hits collection (Forever Faithless) and 2 DVDS, one of which showcased their universally acclaimed live performances. Their most mature album and arguably their best is the latest album 'To All New Arrivals' released on 27th November 2006, the album name being inspired by the recent birth of two babies to Rollo and Sister Bliss.Part of one of their tracks featured on the 'Greatest Hits' album (Taruntula) was remixed by the BBC and used as the theme for their World Cup coverage in 2002.It was reported that Faithless were to split up after their 2005 tour, which was due to end on 30 April 2005. Speculation started after Rollo wrote \"We set out thinking it would be our last album, feeling maybe we have had our time in the sun\". Fortunately, this was not meant to be. A fresh clutch of tour dates prolonged the tour until December 2005. In 2006 the band made several summer festival appearances, including the V Festival in England.In August of 2006, Faithless released a 3 CD compilation for the Renaissance series titled, \"Renaissance 3D\". The first CD contains a mix of then current club hits, the second CD is a collection of Faithless remixes and productions, and the third CD is a laid back chill out CD.On the 27th of November 2006, Faithless released its fifth studio album titled \"To All New Arrivals\". Previews of the tracks were made available via the Faithless website in early October.Their 'Music Matters' tour in the UK started in early 2007.In May 2010, Faithless released \"The Dance\", their best selling album to date in Europe. The album has been followed a few months later by an upgrade, including a remix bonus CD, \"The Dance Never Ends\".On March 16th 2011, Maxi Jazz announced on his website that Faithless would cease to be, commenting \"But, like when writing a song, you always just \u2018know\u2019 when it\u2019s finished\u2026 this is and was the \u201cThank YOU And Goodbye\u2019 tour\".","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/6126_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Groove Armada

Groove Armada is an electronic music group from Cambridge, United Kingdom, composed of two members, Andy Cato (real name...

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{"key":"6138","name":"Groove Armada","bio":"Groove Armada is an electronic music group from Cambridge, United Kingdom, composed of two members, Andy Cato (real name Andrew Cocup) and Tom Findlay. They first came to fame with a 1997 limited single release, At the River (made famous after being used in various Marks & Spencer advertisements), which sampled \"Old Cape Cod\" by Patti Page. The song has since made its way onto numerous chill-out compilations.Their most famous work is the 2000 international hit I See You Baby, remixed by Fatboy Slim in the Big Beat style \u2013 with the repeated chorus line \"Shakin' that ass,\" as heard in Renault M\u00e9gane advertisements. Vocals were provided by Ibiza-based DJ Gram'Ma Funk. Incidentally, this track was also recorded with the chorus line \"Shakin' that thang\" as a radio edit. While this is their most famous work, they have also produced less mainstream songs which are often featured in television adverts.In the early part-of 2008 after parting company with Sony BMG, Groove Armada signed an \"all encompassing deal\" with the Bacardi rum brand that allows them to use GA's tracks for adverts. For more information, read Bands turn to brands in new deals * Groove Armada's Suntoucher was sampled by Jay-Z for the song \"What More Can I Say\" on his Black Album. * The track Hands of Time is featured in the movie Collateral, and is referred to by one of the characters as a \"classic song.\" It is also featured in the television series Cold Case; it was played as the ending song in the episode entitled Street Money, from the show's sixth season. * Groove Armada's debut album was Northern Star, released in 1998. * In 1999, Groove Armada released Vertigo, which had a more polished, mainstream sound. This album includes \"At The River,\" which was re-released as a single (#23 UK). * In 2001, Goodbye Country, Hello Nightclub was released, with the title suggesting their new album was more upbeat and less geared toward chilling out \u2013 as demonstrated by the single \"Superstylin'\" (#5 UK). * In 2002, they released the DJ mix album Another Late Night: Groove Armada, part of the Another Late Night series on Azuli Records. * In 2002, less than a year after Goodbye Country, Hello Nightclub, Groove Armada produced Lovebox, which incorporated a variety of genres. Some tracks, such as \"Madder,\" featured a rock element, while others, such as \"Lovebox\" and \"Remember,\" were closer to traditional house. \"Remember\" has vocals made up entirely of samples of Sandy Denny singing at Fairport. * In 2004, Groove Armada released a best-of album, which included hits and new productions (#6 UK). * In May 2007 Soundboy Rock was released, featuring the track Get Down. Guest appearances include M.A.D., Red Rat and Mutya Buena (see: Sugababes). The album was released on CD, Vinyl, and also as a limited CD package with 2 bonus tracks. * In March 2010 Black Light, their 6th studio album, was released.http:\/\/\/wiki\/Groove_Armada","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/6138_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"20,000 - 50,000"}

Basement Jaxx

Basement Jaxx is an English house music duo comprised of Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe that rose to popularity in the...

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{"key":"6128","name":"Basement Jaxx","bio":"Basement Jaxx is an English house music duo comprised of Felix Buxton and Simon Ratcliffe that rose to popularity in the late 1990s. Basement Jaxx started in Brixton, South London, UK in 1994, where they held a regular club night called Rooty, which would later become the name of their second album. The duo got their name from the location of the studio where they recorded their first EP - it was located in the basement of friends of Simon Ratcliffe. In addition to their own work, Basement Jaxx have become in-demand remixers. Tracks such as 4 My People (which became a massive chart and club hit), Like I Love You and She Wants To Move have all had the Basement Jaxx remix treatment.Their official website is","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/6128_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"40,000 - 75,000"}

DJ Satomi

Born in Rome, DJ Satomi began his DJ career at the age of 15. He started out playing clubs all over the city including P...

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{"key":"88048","name":"DJ Satomi","bio":"Born in Rome, DJ Satomi began his DJ career at the age of 15. He started out playing clubs all over the city including Piper, New Open Gate, and Alien Disco. In 1996 Satomi met the famous international team Prezioso. This changed the way he perceived his music, and he started to alternate the gigs with hour after hour passed in a studio, learning the \"precious\" art of producing. Thanks to the support and help of Marvin & Andrea Prezioso, in 1997 he released his first record titled \"Simon Templar - Electricity\". From that moment on his life would never be the same. He went on with his DJ career until in 2000 his dream to be a producer became a reality. He released his second record, and he created his first home studio.After 4 years of University, he finally decided to change his life with a meeting with Joe Borgoni and Valentina Dante, with which he created his new professional studio and the Supasonic Team. He collaborated with Dancework Label and the important producer Luca Piazzon, best known as B-1, and with BMG, making some remixes for international artist as Marcela Morelo.In 2003 he led to one of the most important Italian labels, Ipnotika Records. In 2004, he released his first single \"Castles In The Sky\", with a very good check in Italy and in Europe, with a number one in Spain and presences in many compilations. Considered as one of the most important and experimental DJ producers he launched the project Supasonic with the smashing remix for \"Lullabow\".Today he is at his third single, and many surprises will be on the horizon\u2026","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/88048_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

DJ Quicksilver

Born Orhan Terzi in Turkey, the name "DJ Quicksilver" was created at a DJ contest as the audience broke the column of qu...

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{"key":"88062","name":"DJ Quicksilver","bio":"Born Orhan Terzi in Turkey, the name \"DJ Quicksilver\" was created at a DJ contest as the audience broke the column of quicksilver, which was installed as a success-o-meter, by applauding. DJ Quicksilver took his first steps towards DJing 20 years ago. Success first came with the production of \"Bingo Bongo\". Orhan Terzi and his producer Tommaso De Donatis immediately had a huge club hit that remained in the German sales charts at a high position for weeks. Quicksilver's next hits came with the single \"Boing\", and the Quicksilver remix of Insomnia. The remix was even more successful than the original version. Quicksilver has a long line of great singles that followed afterwards. These include \"Bellisima\", \"Free\", \"Planet Love\", \"Cosmophobia\", \"Ameno\", and \"New Life\". Many of Quicksilver's tracks have made their way to the top of German sales charts.Terzi presently lives in Germany and has been for over 30 years.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/88062_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Freeform Five

Freeform Five are a four-piece dance collective based in London. They consist of producer, multi-instrumentalist and chi...

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{"key":"88079","name":"Freeform Five","bio":"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. Artists the Freeform Five have collaborated with include Mylo, Felix Da Housecat, Annie and X-Press 2.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/88079_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Simian Mobile Disco

A London, UK production & remix team. Formed from the ashes of Simian in 2005 its members are James Ford and Jas Shaw. I...

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{"key":"6161","name":"Simian Mobile Disco","bio":"A London, UK production & remix team. Formed from the ashes of Simian in 2005 its members are James Ford and Jas Shaw. In addition to his work with Simian Mobile Disco, James Ford is a producer and has worked for bands such as the Arctic Monkeys, Peaches and Klaxons.Simian Mobile Disco was originally formed as a traveling DJ duet, playing on the side of their early four-piece band Simian. They ultimately released a number of low profile singles, such as \"The Count\" on Kitsun\u00e9 Music, but arguably gained more fame for their remixes of artists such as Muse, Klaxons, The Go! Team, Air and others. In 2006, Kitsun\u00e9 released SMD's underground hit \"Hustler\", which features a vocal performance from New York singer Char Johnson.Musically, Simian Mobile Disco is known for heavily stylized tracks \u2014often with minimal instrumentation\u2014 that associate themselves with a particular hook (vocal or instrumental \u2014see mix of \"Whoo! Alright, Yeah\u2026Uh Huh\" by The Rapture), which is repeated throughout the track. There is often a breakdown (occasionally more \u2014see mix of \"Magick\" by Klaxons) comprising noise, drums and sometimes synths and vocals.The band's debut album, Attack Decay Sustain Release was released on 18 June 2007 on Wichita Recordings. Among the tracks included on it are \"Hustler\", \"Tits and Acid\", \"I Believe\", \"Hot Dog\" and lead single \"It's the Beat\", which features Ninja from UK indie band The Go! Team on vocals. The album contains five new tracks, and the European version includes a bonus disc. The album was preceded by two mix compilations in April and May, for the \"Bugged Out\" and \"Go Commando\" series respectively.SMD supported Klaxons at Brixton Academy on the 5 December 2007 and The Chemical Brothers at Aintree Pavilion on 9 December 2007 and Brighton Centre on 12 December 2007. SMD made a mix for Mixmag that came free with the January 2008 issue of Mixmag. While working on their second studio album, they released a collection of remixed SMD originals entitled Sample and Hold, which contains eleven tracks and was released in the UK on July 28, 2008. A North American date has not yet been announced.In January 2009, they announced on their Myspace page that a new album was supposed to come out in 2009. Soon after that, they released a new track \"Synthesise\", on 12 February, through a music video (directed by Kate Moross and Alex Sushon) that \"features live visual accompaniment\" for the track. Two days later, a new song was broadcast on the BBC Radio 1 named \"10,000 Horses Can't Be Wrong\", soon followed by the release on 6 March of the official music video on their YouTube channel.Their sophomore studio album Temporary Pleasure was finally announced on the 6 May, featuring many guests that they have encountered by their work as producers or their worldly tour including Gruff Rhys of Super Furry Animals, Alexis Taylor of Hot Chip, Beth Ditto of Gossip, and Chris Keating of Yeasayer.On New Years Eve 2009 Simian Mobile Disco will headline 'Get Loaded in the Dark' at the world famous Brixton Academy alongside Annie Mac (BBC Radio 1), Chase & Status, Herve and Sub Focus.On NYE SMD headlined The Greatest Show on Earth at Motion in Bristol with the Bugged Out rig and rocked.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/6161_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Benny Benassi

Marco Benassi, better known as Benny Benassi (born in Milan, 13 July 1967) is an Italian disc jockey and a euro house ar...

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{"key":"6157","name":"Benny Benassi","bio":"Marco Benassi, better known as Benny Benassi (born in Milan, 13 July 1967) is an Italian disc jockey and a euro house artist.He usually works in studio with cousin Alle Benassi. The two also produce tracks together under the name Benassi Bros. The duo started DJing in the late 80s in their hometown, before moving to Larry Pignagnoli's Off Limits production studio in the mid 90s, creating music for various acts, including Whigfield, J.K. and Ally & Jo.His first big international hit was I Feel So Fine, released as KMC with vocals by Dhany in 2001. After moving from eurohouse to electro, he had another successful hit single \"Satisfaction\" in 2003 and 2004. This reached Number 2 on the OCC UK Top 75 chart after the Ministry of Sound record company replaced the original video (an almost still picture of the band overlayed with graphics) with a video of models using power tools. Some of his singles have charted high in the United Kingdom and have been played world-wide in clubs. Benassi also remixes the music of his contemporaries, such as DJ Tomcraft and Fischerspooner.Recently, Benny created a record label known as Pump-Kin Music. The focus of the label is primarily new and unsigned producers. Through this venture, he hopes to give exposure to some of the lesser known DJ\/production talent across the world.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/6157_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}


Started in february 2005 The project by producers Massi Arena and Fabio Liuzzi is based on a solid research for new soun...

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{"key":"88098","name":"Cyberpunkers","bio":"Started in february 2005 The project by producers Massi Arena and Fabio Liuzzi is based on a solid research for new sounds. Cyberpunkers produce their first single, Sex Machine, with Excess Music. In 2005 Sex Machine was supported by Pete Tong, Eric Prydz, Carl Cox, Eric Morillo, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso\u2026 \"Cyberpunkers\" release their second single that was considered to be one of the best \u201cElectronica Records\u201d ever made. Cyberpunkers sign for Sandrino Beesley\u2019s Mcgroove Records deciding to make it their own label. They soon remix \"Egostereo - Sudoku\" one of the most popular and played hits of the 2006 Miami Winter Music Conference. After a big success in Mykonos in the summer of the same year, they go back to the studio creating \u201cBreathless\u201d released with outstanding remix by Superchumbo Aka Tom Stephan on b side on Mcgroove Records. In 2007 Cyberpunkers remix other four important tracks: \u201cD.Ramirez \u2013 La Discotek\u201d (Underwater Records), \u201cTiny Stikz & Anton Fielding - Fevers Coming\u201d (Chumbo Mundo Records), \u201cEgostereo vs Aldrin \u2013 Singapore\u201d (Mcgroove Records) and \u201cMassi Arena \u2013 Magic Carpet\u201d (Rise Records). With an eclectic and thrilling dj set, hiding their id's behind unique masks, and plyng together with two separate sets, Cyberpunkers have created their own music style, a philosophy of life aiming for a continuous research for avant-garde vibes.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/88098_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}


Kaskade is the stage name for Ryan Raddon, a DJ/producer/remixer/artist who was born in Evanston, Illinois in 1972. He w...

200,000 - 350,000
{"key":"8581","name":"Kaskade","bio":"Kaskade is the stage name for Ryan Raddon, a DJ\/producer\/remixer\/artist who was born in Evanston, Illinois in 1972. He went to college at BYU Provo prior to serving a church mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Japan, and when he came back he transferred the University of Utah and lived in Salt Lake city Utah. He now resides in Los Angeles, CA.Prior to being a recording artist, he was a record store owner and a club DJ at a nightclub in Salt Lake City as a way to make ends meet for him and his wife. After he and his wife moved to San Francisco he landed a job as a A&R man at OM records, where in addition to reviewing demos for the label he also submitted his own material, which would pay off big time for him. In 2001 he went from behind the desk to behind the turntables and the recording studio as an artist in his own right. In 2003 Kaskade released his first album, \"It's You It's Me\", which was well received by critics.It would be his follow up, \"In The Moment\" in 2004, that would put Kaskade on the map. The first single off the set \"Steppin' Out\" would become a major hit on the Dance Radio Airplay that year as well as a top 10 hit on the Hot Dance Music\/Club Play chart. His biggest breakthrough would come the week of May 14, 2005, when his follow up, \"Everything,\" would go all the way to #1 on the Hot Dance Music\/Club Play chart.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/8581_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"200,000 - 350,000"}

Fukkk Offf

Fukkk Offf aka Bastian Heerhorst has been renowned for some time in his hometown for storming live sets in the clubs sca...

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{"key":"88083","name":"Fukkk Offf","bio":"Fukkk Offf aka Bastian Heerhorst has been renowned for some time in his hometown for storming live sets in the clubs scattered around Hamburg's red light district. \"Die s\u00fcndige Meile\" or \"the sinful mile\" as it is known has seen its walls shaked and thighs quaked by the throbbing depths of Bastian's big room Fukkk Offf Sound. Many a night you would witness the frustration on the faces of lonely old men as they realized that the brothels were empty. All the girls would no doubt be down at the club shaking their money makers to the sounds of our young hero. These same streets are where the Beatles made their way in the early 60s. John Lennon was once quoted as saying \"I might have been born in Liverpool, but I grew up in Hamburg.\"","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/88083_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Boys Noize

BOYS NOIZE is the stage name of Berlin-based DJ and producer ALEX RIDHA. Ridha (born in 1982, Hamburg) started producing...

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{"key":"8539","name":"Boys Noize","bio":"BOYS NOIZE is the stage name of Berlin-based DJ and producer ALEX RIDHA. Ridha (born in 1982, Hamburg) started producing and DJing at early age to find himself supporting the likes of Felix Da Housecat and DJ Hell in a matter of time. Nowadays Ridha himself is known as a one of the most valued electronic artists, awarded with the Independent Music Award in 2010 as well as 3 years in a row Best Electronic Artist on Beatport.\u00ac\u2020He has a refreshing approach: not afraid to break new grounds, beaming a myriad of influences from his hip-hop and disco roots to create an innovative sound. His DJ-sets are equally uplifting and he's regarded by many as one of the worlds' best DJs, not only technically but also as a showman. Seamlessly mixing and remixing on the spot, Ridha never fails to deliver high-powered and gripping sets: unforgettable experiences for the witnesses.Ridha released his early work on labels such as International Deejay Gigolos Records, Kitsun\u00e9 Music and Turbo Recordings.In order to retain full artistic freedom however, he established his imprint Boysnoize Records in 2005.\u201a\u00c4\u00aeHis highly anticipated long players \"OI OI OI\" and its successor \"POWER\", the two long players that included contemporary anthems such as \"Don't Believe The Hype\", \"&Down\" and \"Jeffer\".He remixed David Lynch, N.E.R.D, Depeche Mode, Snoop Dogg and The Chemical Brothers amongst many other great artists and became a producer of note, highly sought after having worked with Kelis, UK rapper Kano and Black Eyed Peas to name a few. Chilly Gonzales' \"Ivory Tower\" is his first fully produced and co-written album which was released in August 2010. He has further collaborated with his friend and fellow Erol Alkan: The first record \"Death Suite\" \/ \"Waves\" was released on Ridhas imprint BNR, follow up \"Lemonade\" \/ \"Avalanche\" came out on Erol's label Phantasy Sound. An \"Avalanche\" re-release, a new version featuring Brit-God Jarvis Cocker, is due for early 2011. Ridha is currently working on the forthcoming Spank Rock album and as well as with New York's finest Scissor Sisters. His recent release of original Boys Noize tracks in September 2010 celebrated the 50th release on Boysnoize Rec as well as the launch of the first sublabel BNR TRAX which presented its first release in October 2010.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/8539_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Booka Shade

Even by Booka Shade's unusually frenetic standards, the past 12 months have been intense. Since the release of their fou...

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{"key":"8550","name":"Booka Shade","bio":"Even by Booka Shade's unusually frenetic standards, the past 12 months have been intense. Since the release of their fourth album, \u2018More!\u2019, the Berlin-based duo, Arno Kammermeier and Walter Merziger, have been touring almost non-stop. And loving every minute of it.Personal highlights, such as performing live on BBC Radio 1, to help celebrate legendary radio DJ Annie Nightingale's 40th broadcasting anniversary, or rocking Europe\u2019s foremost electronic music event, Sonar, capped a whirlwind year which included tours of Australia, Brazil, the UK and the US (including a show at Colorado's iconic Red Rocks amphitheatre).One of those rare electronic music acts who channel the spirit and sounds of underground techno, but who can rock any festival crowd, Booka Shade, increasingly, find themselves winning over new fans across the rock and dance music tribes. Late last year, for instance, as they prepared for a winter tour of Australia - with the mixed rock \u2018n\u2019 dance festival, Big Day Out - Booka Shade were voted one of the world\u2019s Top 5 live acts by the cutting-edge electronic music hub, Resident Advisor. That perfectly illustrates how, in 2011, they transcend borders and genres. In a way, that broad appeal is no surprise. Yes, Booka Shade make dance music, but it is dance music which audibly absorbs influences from everywhere: classical, rock, jazz, dubstep. Throughout their 25 years making music together, Arno and Walter have found it impossible to restrict themselves to one set sound or scene. Early on, back in their native Saarbruecken, they made electronic-pop, as Planet Claire, later - having been seduced by Frankfurt's then vibrant club scene - they released numerous underground dance tracks, including the huge crossover hit, 'Una Musica Senza Ritmo', as Degeneration. By the mid 1990s, bored with formulaic club music, they decided to start working as movie soundtrack composers and (rather bizarrely) producers-for-hire, writing pop hits for German major labels. That turned out to be a rather depressing period, musically. One they would sooner forget. Indeed, it wasn\u2019t until 2002, when Booka Shade moved to Berlin and formed the label\/ production house, Get Physical Music - with M.A.N.D.Y and the then Groove Magazine editor, Thomas 'DJ T' Koch - that Arno and Walter finally felt that they had total musical freedom. It was a creative rebirth. \"Before,\" says Arno, of their time as pop producers, \"we didn't give a shit. Now, every note counts.\"The story since then is one that many of you will know. Under Booka Shade\u00b4s production aegis, Get Physical became one of modern Berlin's key dance music labels, while, on their own artist albums, \u2018Memento\u2018, \u2018Movements\u2019, \u2018The Sun & The Neon Light\u2018 and most recently 'More!'. They also became highly sought after remixers, lending their production magic to respected artists such as; Depeche Mode, Moby, Yello, Hot Chip, Roxy Music, Kings Of Leon, Tiga, Dave Gahan and The Knife. Booka Shade had developed a uniquely melodic and emotionally rich brand of contemporary techno. This was club music, but club music built to last. \"This sounds basic, but it's all about expressing how you feel, your personality,\" says Arno. \"Anybody can produce a nice, functional club track, but to produce something personal - music that is the essence of who you are - that is much more difficult. And it gets more difficult the further we go with Booka Shade.\u201dWalter, the production brains of the outfit, nods: \"We've produced thousands of tracks together. By now, we have an almost psychic musical connection. But we're still constantly interrogating what we do. Is it fresh? Is it different? When you stop questioning your work, it's time to give up.\"It was this constant questioning, which, with 'More!', led Booka Shade to rethink their approach. In contrast to previous albums, it was built from the dance floor up. Every track, from the pixelated ear-worm, 'Donut', to that ethereal rave anthem, 'Regeneration' (which reached No.2 in the Beatport chart), started out as a killer club groove which Arno and Walter then worked around. It received reams of positive press and an iTunes Top 20 chart placing, but, finally, it is time to draw that era to a close. Fourth single, \u2019Scaramanga\u2019, released in May 2011, will be the last salvo from the 'More!' sessions.It's a fresh start for Booka Shade in other areas, too. After almost 10 years, Arno, Walter and DJ T recently handed over control of Get Physical to their co-founders Philipp Jung and Patrick Bodmer (aka M.A.N.D.Y)and Peter Hayo. Rest assured: there was no drama. No falling out. And Arno and Walter are still making music with M.A.N.D.Y (check the new DJ-mix 'Body Language Vol.10' for a preview of their latest collaboration, 'Home'). Elsewhere, look out for fresh dates in Asia, Europe and the US, and, of course, a host of Booka Shade festival appearances through summer 2011.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/8550_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"10,000 - 30,000"}

Nicolas Jaar

Nicolas Jaar was born the 10th of January 1990 in New York but spent most of his childhood in Santiago de Chile, only to...

75,000 - 150,000
{"key":"9329","name":"Nicolas Jaar","bio":"Nicolas Jaar was born the 10th of January 1990 in New York but spent most of his childhood in Santiago de Chile, only to return to his place of birth as a teenager. Haunted by Mulatu Astatke, Erik Satie, Ezekiel Honig and Villalobos\u2019 \u201cTh\u00e9 au Harem d\u2019Archim\u00e8de\u201d; Nico started to make organic electronic music in 2004 at the age of 14.At 17, he debuted with \"The Student EP\" on Wolf + Lamb Music, with remixes by Seth Troxler and Kasper. At 18 he continued producing and played live at Club der Vision\u00e4re and Arena in Berlin, at the Marcy in Brooklyn and at Mutek in Mexico City, alongside Deadbeat, Flying Lotus and Guillaume & the Coutu Dumonts, amongst others. Now, at 19, studying at Brown University in Rhode Island, Nico has many releases coming up, including some on Circus Company, Wolf + Lamb (with remixes by Ryan Crosson) and on his own label, Clown and Sunset, of which he is the owner and founder.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/\/images\/9329_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"75,000 - 150,000"}
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