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Infected Mushroom

Infected Mushroom is an electronic music group. Originally formed as a duo by Erez Aizen (also known as I.Zen) and Amit ...

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{"key":"8389","name":"Infected Mushroom","bio":"Infected Mushroom is an electronic music group. Originally formed as a duo by Erez Aizen (also known as I.Zen) and Amit Duvdevani (also known as Duvdev), in Haifa, Israel. Both currently reside in Los Angeles.Infected Mushroom is known for their consistent sonic evolution exemplified by the following albums: \"The Gathering\" (1999), \"Classical Mushroom\" (2000), \"B.P. Empire\" (2001), \"Converting Vegetarians\" (2003), \"IM the Supervisor\" (2004), \"Vicious Delicious\" (2007), \"Legend of the Black Shawarma\" (2009), \"Army of Mushrooms\" (2012)' and \"Converting Vegetarians II\" (2015)'Their live shows feature guitars, live drums and vocals, with a multimedia backdrop.In 1998, Aizen and Duvdevani began playing together. At first they released a few tracks as \"Shidapu & Duvdev\". These tracks were 'happier' and on the simpler side of trance. Later on, they formed the duo \"Infected Mushroom\" and started working on their first album. The name \"Infected Mushroom\" was taken, without permission, from a disbanded (1989 to 1993) punk rock band of that name also of Israeli origin, which Duvdevani knew and saw perform at a concert in Israel.1999's \"The Gathering\" was the breakthrough debut album for \"Infected Mushroom\". The album featured a dark, rhythmic atmosphere exemplified in the song \"Psycho\", which gathered much acclaim and popularity. This album was one of the first albums to bring Israeli psy-trance to more 'mainstream' audiences, and contributed to the gradually growing popularity of the genre world-wide. The following year, the duo released one of their most well known albums, also being one of the most well known albums in the genre today, \"Classical Mushroom\". The album showcased a track often cited as their most popular track, \"Bust A Move\". This album is commonly referred to as the best example of the group's efforts.\"Infected Mushroom's\" evolving style has also had its share of critics. 2001's \"B.P. Empire\" was well-received by many fans and critics alike. Especially renowned is the musical epic \"Dancing With Kadafi\"; segueing numerous styles of music, most notably through the use of strong middle-eastern style melodies and a classical piece halfway through (which showcased Erez and Amit's piano and violin skills). However, the album was not as popular with mainstream audiences when compared with earlier releases, primarily due to the less accessible melodies in most of the tracks. The album was also seen as a break away from the more traditional styles of psy-trance by many psy-trance purists, who felt that the new territories explored went beyond the bounds of psy-trance but not necessarily in a progressive sense.The group's most controversial album proved to be \"Converting Vegetarians\" (2003) which featured 2 discs (also known as 'sides'). The first of the 2 CDs is the inoffensive Trance side, which contains mostly trance-like dancefloor material. The Trance Side is a logical progression of their earlier work (although it is cited by some as less imaginative than their earlier work). The 2nd CD is entitled The Other Side, and it contains mostly genre-bending experimental music - ranging from the R&B inspired title track \"Converting Vegetarians\" (which was the first true display of Duvdev's characteristic voice) to the more down-tempo laid-back \"Elation Station\", and also from the electro-pop tracks \"Blink\" and \"Illuminaughty\" (with vocals by the well-known UK psytrance vocalist Michele Adamson) to the short and experimental \"Shakawkaw\" (later expanded to a full length track). The album also contained the track \"Ballerium\", which was originally recorded as a soundtrack to an up-and-coming internet game and later scrapped by the game designers. The remainder of the CD went on to reveal other musical stylings, including \"I Wish\", lead by a carefully vocoded vocal line.The release of \"IM The Supervisor\" in 2004 (often incorrectly referred to as \"I'm the Supervisor\"), further surprised listeners with yet another mix of psy-trance with other musical genres. The album was criticized as being too \"commercial\" by many fans, but became \"Infected Mushroom's\" best selling album up to that time.Guitarists Tommy Cunningham and Erez Netz joined in 2004 - Tom plays with \"Infected Mushroom\" in the United States, while Erez Netz plays the rest of their gigs. Netz is a famous guitarist from Israel, and he opens their live shows with some electric guitar exhibition - playing with his mouth. In December of that year, \"Infected Mushroom\" moved from their base in Haifa to a new studio in Los Angeles, California.As of 2007, \"Infected Mushroom\" have also brought in Brazilian percussionist Rogerio Jardim to play drums and percussion during their shows. Also that year, Infected Mushroom rose to #9 in the influential DJmag Top 100 DJs poll, where they were the highest placed psytrance DJs. This was the first time the category had been created, reflecting psytrance's rising popularity around the world and the pioneering role Infected Mushroom have played in this.2007 was also the year of \"Vicious Delicious\", possibly the most diverse album up to that point. The album begins with \"Becomig Insane\", an intense Spanish-guitar-led number, followed by \"Artillery\", a hip-hop track with vocal contributions by a guest artist. This divergence in genre in just the first two tracks of the album is a clear ultimatum for the critics to 'get with the programme'. Other tracks on the album also feature guest vocalists, along with the guitars and percussion of the newly-inducted Infected Mushrooms.The much-anticipated 2009 album bore the title \"Legend of the Black Shawarma\" and featured remixes of \"The Doors\" classic \"Riders On The Storm\" and the evergreen Mushrooms number \"Bust a Move\", which is noticeably enriched by the DJs' well-matured skills. According to Duvdev, the title of the album is taken from a joke shared with an Australian friend who was describing his interest in having an up-close-and-personal experience in a shark cage. Duvdev's reported response was that the friend would look to the shark like a 'black shawarma', an enticing Middle-Eastern delicacy.Infected Mushroom are currently using Cubase 6 on custom built PC'sDiscographyAlbumsThe Gathering (1999) Classical Mushroom (2000) B.P.Empire (2001) Converting Vegetarians (2003) IM the Supervisor (2004) Vicious Delicious (2007) Legend of the Black Shawarma (2009) Army of Mushrooms (2012) Friends on Mushrooms (2015) Converting Vegetarians II (2015) Singles\/EPsIntelligate \/ Small Moves (1999) Bust a Move (2001) Classical Mushroom EP (2001) B.P. Empire (2001) Birthday (feat. Berry Sakharof) (2002) Deeply Disturbed (2003) Songs From The Other Side (2003) Cities of the Future (2004) Stretched (2005) Becoming Insane (2007) Smashing the Opponent Remixes (2009) One Day - Single (Infected Mushroom & Matisyahu) (2010) Killing Time Remixes (2010)Deck & Sheker (2010)Pink Nightmares (2011)I'm Alive (2011)U R So Fucked (2012)U R So Smart (2012)Evilution (2012)Nation Of Wusses (2012)Atid Matok (2012)Friends on Mushrooms, Vol. 1 (2013)Never Mind (2013)See Me Now (2013)Friends on Mushrooms, Vol. 2 (2013)Friends on Mushrooms, Vol. 3 (2014)Psycho (Loud & Domestic 2015 Remix) (2015)Fields of Grey (feat. Sasha Grey) (2015)Tracks Released on CompilationsAcid KillerAngel JonatanAnyone Else But MeArabian Nights On MescalineBaby KillerBlue Rythmic Night (feat. I.Zen)Cat On MushroomClassical MushroomCoolio (Infected Mushroom Remix)Crazy DDainaiDevil rmxdirty 80sDoremifasDouble ClickDream TheatreElectro PanicElmEve downExpose (feat. space cat)FacingFor The PeopleGravity WavesI See Myself IntelligateInto The MatrixLook At Me Lo RaLSD Story (Infected Mushroom Remix)MerlinMillions Of Miles Away (Infected Mushroom Rmx) Ministry of Angels (feat. yahel) Montoya Monster (remix) Muddy Effect My Mummy SaidNow Is The TimeOne AbsoluteOverloadPsycho (Live Mix)Red FilterS is HereScotchSmahuttaSmall MovesSymphonaticThe FlyThe MessengerTiwanacuVoices Where Is S Wider 9% B-SidesEisen * With Miki Litvak (ex-Domestic), Oren Kislev and Roy Sasson: Shidapu * With Talamasca: Magic Mushroom * With Shiva (DJ J\u00f6rg): Shiva ShidapuEisen and Duvdevani * With Space Cat: Cat on Mushroom * With PsySex: Sex on Mushroom * With DJ J\u00f6rg: J\u00f6rg On Mushroom * With Domestic: Domestic Mushroom * With Deedrah: Infected Deedrah * With Hallucinogen and Michele Adamson: Fly Agaric * With Astrix: Infected AstrixOtherMy Mummy Said (2001)Outdoor Party Vol III (2001)Merlin (2002)Artificial Visualization (2004)The Doors Remixed (Unreleased LP) (2007)Sites: YouTube, Facebook and http:\/\/Infected-Mushroom.com","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/8389_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Armin van Buuren

Armin van Buuren is a trance (mostly progressive trance and uplifting trance) music producer and DJ from Netherlands. Hi...

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{"key":"6142","name":"Armin van Buuren","bio":"Armin van Buuren is a trance (mostly progressive trance and uplifting trance) music producer and DJ from Netherlands. His musical career started in 1995.He has been named number one in the prestigious DJ MAG Top 100 poll four times in a row, from 2007 till 2010 and for the 5th time in 2012. He's the first DJ in the history of the DJ Magazine to achieve that and an indication of his prolific output over more than 14 years he\u2019s been dj\u2019ing and producing. Being the official World\u2019s Most Popular DJ is just one of his many achievements, but the driving force behind his success is an overriding passion for electronic dance music.2008 began with the success that the number one DJ seems to attract; he was awarded with the prestigious Buma Cultuur Pop Award in January. This was followed by being voted as the Best Trance Artist in the Beatport Music Awards in March; judged on the musician\u2019s artistic achievements, national and international success, it is evident that Armin van Buuren has become one of the decade\u2019s most influential trance acts.Even a basic list of recent successes reads like a lifetime of work: \u2018Best Album\u2019 for artist album \u2018Shivers\u2019 at both the Dutch Release Dance Awards and the prestigious Edison Awards; \u2018Best Compilation\u2019 for \u2018A State Of Trance\u2019, in 2006, claiming the \u2018Best European DJ\u2019 award in 2007 and \u2018Best Mix Radio Show\u2019 at the Miami Winter Music Conference in 2006 and 2007, for radio show \u2018A State Of Trance\u2019 \u2013 now broadcasting on a massive 40 FM stations as well as satellite and internet radio, with over 26 million listeners a week; a 5th year residency in Ibiza at Amnesia and over 50,000 downloads every week from podcasting high end chart-bothering positions all over the world for singles, albums and compilations , with single \u201cRush Hour\u201d used as the theme tune to the UEFA European Youth Championship; the #1 entry in the Dutch album charts with his artist album \u2018Imagine\u2019, the #1 entry of the DVD registration of \u2018Armin Only \u2018 Imagine\u2019 \u2013 the landmarks just keep coming!The 350th episode and the 7th year of the hit radio show \u2018A State of Trance\u2019 was celebrated in May 2008 with an eight hour live broadcast from Antwerp in Belgium to over 40 radio stations internationally. Fans were invited to a free party with a line up that had been voted for by the show\u2019s listeners; another example of the importance the DJ places on the satisfaction of his fans. Considering the popularity of the radio show the introduction of \u2018A State of Trance Podcast\u2019 was a natural progression. The weekly podcasts which contain highlights and Armin\u2019s favourite tracks from the previous episode ensure that trance lovers across the world will never miss another episode!Sold-out shows for Armin Only in 2005 and 2006 created eager anticipation of the third edition, which kicked off in a sold-out Jaarbeurs in Utrecht in 2008; over 16,000 fans attended and were enthralled by the DJ\u2019s nine hour set. The theme of the night was \u2018Imagine\u2019, described by Armin as \u201cthe celebration of our sensations both in life and in clubland.\u201d Fans all around the world should not despair, as \u2018Armin Only\u2019 tour dates have also been set for Romania, Poland, Belgium and Australia; the DJ will also be touring in England, Scotland, Ibiza, Brazil, Mexico, Canada, and the USA, with expected dates in, for an example, the Czech Republic.Born in Leiden, Holland (on December 25, 1976) to a musical family, Armin indulged his passion for music from a young age. He spent all the money he earned with his paper round on records. His mum won a computer when he was 10, gaining Armin\u2019s interest. \u201cSo as a little nerdy kid I was writing my own basic programmes, and learnt about the technology from there.\u201d He progressed from making low-profile mix tapes for friends to higher profile mixes when he discovered experimenting with different sequences on his computer through his uncle. \u201cI was so stunned by what I saw him doing on the computer, that I got addicted to creating music right there and then!\u201d\u201cI loved dance music immediately \u2013 this great rebellious sound that was so different to the \u2018beautiful\u2019 songs of the years before\u201d. Armin cites electronic pioneer Jean Michel Jarre as a major influence (famed for his awesome visuals as well as his groundbreaking synth sounds), as well as Dutch producer Ben Liebrand, who later mentored him in his mixing and producing.In the early days, Armin thought it was wise to have something extra in case the DJ\u2019ing didn\u2019t work out. So he studied for a law degree. The final year of his course was inevitably stretched as he juggled his studies with his increasingly hectic schedule; his rise to fame included lots of productions and remixes, as well as playing out to packed clubs every weekend. It took him three years to graduate, but his determination made him succeed!Armin\u2019s own productions have all made a huge impact and quickly gain worldwide acclaim; his latest artist album titled \u2018Imagine\u2019 entered the Dutch Album Top 100 Chart at number one; this is the first time a dance producer has ever accomplished such a feat in the history of Dutch music. The first single to be taken from this album, \u2018Going Wrong\u2019 with DJ Shah featuring Chris Jones, entered the Dutch Singles Chart at number five. The \u2018Armin Only DVD\u2019 was also released and reached the acclaimed number one spot in its second week. His back catalogue includes Blue Fear, Communication, Sound of Goodbye, Shivers, Rush Hour, Burned With Desire, Exhale, Love You More, This World Is Watching Me, and Yet Another Day. While the remix offers flood in, Armin only takes on tracks that he really loves. He uses exactly the same criteria for his compilations, meaning that every release from Armin or his long-running Armind label is a bone fide stormer that\u2019s earned its place. His output includes tracks for the cult TV series 24, and the likes of Motorcycle\u2019s As The Rush Comes.Armin is a dedicated trance lover, but isn\u2019t imprisoned by a single genre, saying \u201cWhat makes trance work so well is that it doesn\u2019t stick to one style, and can incorporate electro, minimal, whatever it likes.\u201d His desire to showcase more of the great music he hears, along with the number of people sending him tracks they wanted to release, led to the obvious step of starting his own label, Armada, in 2003.The label is a joint venture between Armin, Maykel Piron (former head of A&R for Warner Music) and David Lewis, who'd previously managed Armin. \"What we wanted was a company that could offer everything for an artist: representation, a booking agency, and a record company. Artists can choose full management, or to just release a record or play out at gigs. Armada lets the artists choose what they want without telling them what to do\".Armin is now a fully-fledged artist in his own right, having made his songwriting debut on his album, the award-winning Shivers; The events continue to get bigger and bigger, and Armin regularly headlines the likes of Sensation White, Global Gathering, Dance Valley, ZoukOut, Mysteryland, Coachella, Beats In Brazil, Trance Energy, Fort Dance, Summer Days \u2013 basically whether you\u2019re in Australia, Russia, the Middle East, the US or Europe, you can catch Armin van Buuren at a club or festival near you!\"This is just what I really want,\" says Armin. \"It\u2019s not just love for music, it\u2019s my passion. It goes beyond liking, and beyond a hobby, it\u2019s about a way of living. Music is essential to my life\u201d.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/6142_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Jorn van Deynhoven

Jorn van Deynhoven was born on March 10, 1977 and is a trance producer and DJ living in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.He re...

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{"key":"88069","name":"Jorn van Deynhoven","bio":"Jorn van Deynhoven was born on March 10, 1977 and is a trance producer and DJ living in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.He remixed twice in a row the world-famous female vocalist Jan Johnston and won (together with his studio partner and friend Joshua Cunningham) the MySpace Remix Contest of Germany\u2019s trance-mastermind \u201cATB\u201d with a Remix of \u201cDesperate Religion\u201d.In 2007 he also did the official rework of Blank & Jones\u2019 single \u201cThe Hardest Heart\u201d with Anne Clark and his partner Joshua Cunningham. The record was released on the B&J Album \u201cMonument\u201d.Besides, he is favourite as DJ. Known as a very precise and creative turntable technician, he presents his positive and breathtaking sets to the trance community with guest DJ mixes on different radio shows like Tiesto\u2019s Clublife 096, Paul van Dyk\u2019s Vonyc Sessions, Solarstone\u2019s Solaris International (formaly Deep Blue Radio Show), and more.Jorn van Deynhoven has managed to become one of the most aspiring new names to appear in todays electronic music scene.Gaining amazing feedbacks for his latest remixes and releases as well as getting heavy support from the likes of Armin van Buuren, Above & Beyond, Paul van Dyk, Tiesto, Ferry Corsten, Alex Morph, Judge Jules, Mike Shiver, Niklas Harding, Solarstone, Jon oBir or Mark Eteson.Jorn van Deynhoven remixed acts like ATB, Blank & Jones, Hemstock & Jennings, Roger Shah, Lange and Jan Johnston and also worked as a producer in the background for other well-known artists.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/88069_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Mark Sixma

DJ Producer Mark Sixma (a.k.a. M6) was born in The Netherlands in ‘83. Being raised in Breda, hometown of DJ Tiësto, ...

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{"key":"88071","name":"Mark Sixma","bio":"DJ Producer Mark Sixma (a.k.a. M6) was born in The Netherlands in \u201883. Being raised in Breda, hometown of DJ Ti\u00ebsto, it was only a matter of time till he caught the trance virus. After mastering the art of DJ\u2019ing at high school parties and in local club Spock, Mark got interested in producing music as well. His background in classical piano music proved to be a great benefit here.After releasing a collaboration with Def Tactical and a Project 6 E.P. at Five AM Records it was time for the next M6 release called Destination 6. It was chosen Tune of the Week on Armin van Buuren\u2019s radio show A State Of Trance and got supported by the biggest names on the planet! From that point on a lot of doors were opened. The next M6 single was signed at Armada Music. Fade 2 Black was, once again, selected Tune of the Week on ASOT.The 4x no.1 DJ selected Mark's tracks for his annual, platinum selling A State Of Trance compilation three years in a row. In addition to the compilations, Armin also featured one of Mark's tunes on his brand new Wii Game and gave him the opportunity to remix Minack, his collaboration with Ferry Corsten!Mark's music is released on some of the most well-known dance record labels in the world, like Armada, Blackhole, Spinnin', High Contrast and Flashover and has been played by all the top DJ's like Ti\u00ebsto, Ferry Corsten, Markus Schulz, Gareth Emery, Paul van Dyk, Above & Beyond, Sander van Doorn, Judge Jules and many many others.As a DJ, Mark has played all around the globe including tours in India, Brazil, Russia, Italy, UK, Belgium and ASOT 550 in The Netherlands. The every busy Dutchman also demonstrates his DJ skills with his new mix compilation on Armada Music called Worldwide Trance Sounds vol 6.Mark also hosts his monthly radio show Solid Sounds which is broadcasted on 6 different radio stations in the USA, Greece, Holland, UK and Germany. The show attracts over 100.000 listeners each month both on FM and on the internet and the numbers are increasing rapidly. So be sure to keep an eye on this young and talented Dutchman. He has plenty more in store for you!","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/88071_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

ATB

André Tanneberger aka ATB (born February 26, 1973 in Freiberg, Saxony, Germany) is a DJ, musician, and producer of tran...

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{"key":"6135","name":"ATB","bio":"Andr\u00e9 Tanneberger aka ATB (born February 26, 1973 in Freiberg, Saxony, Germany) is a DJ, musician, and producer of trance, ambient and progressive house music.Among his most famous songs is \u201c9pm (Till I Come)\u201d, which topped the charts in the United Kingdom in 1998 and is widely regarded as the UK\u2019s first Trance number one. The track features a guitar riff which became hugely popular. This guitar sound, which he accidentally found while experimenting with a new producing deck, became the trademark of his early hits. ATB continues to evolve and change with every album. His current style involves more vocals and varied sounds, with frequent pianos.Despite only releasing a few more singles in the UK, namely \u201cDon\u2019t stop!\u201d (No.3, 300,000 copies sold) and \u201cKiller\u201d (No.4, 200,000 copies sold), he still regularly releases music in his native Germany and in other parts of Europe, where he has scored big hits such as \u201cI Don\u2019t Wanna Stop\u201d and his cover of Olive\u2019s 1996 hit \u201cYou\u2019re Not Alone\u201d.\u201cTwo Worlds\u201d (2000) is a two-disc album based upon the concept of different types of music for different moods, with titles such as \u201cThe World Of Movement\u201d and \u201cThe Relaxing World\u201d.ATB\u2019s latest hits include uplifting \u201cEcstasy\u201d and chilling \u201cMarrakech\u201d, both from the album \u201cNo Silence\u201d (2004) and also released as singles.In 2005, ATB released \u201cSeven Years\u201d, a compilation of 20 songs, including many greatest hits such as \u201cThe Summer\u201d, \u201cLet U Go\u201d, \u201cHold U\u201d, \u201cLong Way Home\u201d, and \u201cI Don\u2019t Wanna Stop\u201d. Additionally, \u201cSeven Years includes six new tracks: \u201cHumanity\u201d; \u201cLet U Go (2005 Reworked)\u201d; \u201cBelieve in Me\u201d; \u201cTrilogie, Pt. 2\u201d; \u201cTake Me Over\u201d; and \u201cFar Beyond\u201d. Many of ATB\u2019s recent albums have featured vocals from Roberta Carter Harrison, singer for the Canadian duo Wild Strawberries.His next album was co-written by vocalist Tiff Lacey. \u201cTrilogy\u201d was released in 2007. The release of his second single \u201cJustify\u201d was moved from November 2006 to 2007. The single \u201cRenegade\u201d was released on 2007-04-12 and features Heather Nova.On 2009-05-01 ATB released his latest album \u201cFuture Memories\u201d featuring Josh Gallahan (a.k.a. jades) and others. The first single release of Future Memories which was also released on May 1st 2009 features What About Us and L.A. Nights.His highly anticipated \"Distant Earth\" album was released 29th April 2011 and was comprised of 2CDs including combined work with Armin Van Buuren, Dash Berlin, Melissa Loretta and Josh Gallahan. A 3rd CD was also produced with all the club versions of the first CD hits. Singles released from the album include Twisted Love ft. Cristina Soto and Gold ft. JanSoon.To date Andr\u00e9 continues to maintain a connection with his fans through social networking sites and still goes on tour.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/6135_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

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:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/88048_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Baby Alice

Andreas Svensson and Tim Åström started this project during the summer of 2005.Baby Alice is all about entertaining an...

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{"key":"88053","name":"Baby Alice","bio":"Andreas Svensson and Tim \u00c5str\u00f6m started this project during the summer of 2005.Baby Alice is all about entertaining and having fun.They hope to create a fun time on the dance floors with their music that people can't resist dancing to, and that the catchy melodies and humoristic lyrics can't get out of peoples mind!","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/88053_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:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/88062_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Shpongle

The core members of Shpongle are Simon Posford and Raja Ram from the United Kingdom, along with many collaborators and g...

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{"key":"10675","name":"Shpongle","bio":"The core members of Shpongle are Simon Posford and Raja Ram from the United Kingdom, along with many collaborators and guest musicians. Ott is also credited on all albums.Their sound is a mix of mainly eastern ethnic samples and western contemporary psychedelic synth music. Posford is responsible for the synth and studio work while Raja Ram contributes with flute arrangements. They are both responsible for the visionary input. According to one interview, they commonly visualize the music together before and during the creation process.Shpongle's first tune, Vapour Rumours, was released on TIP Records' Infinite Excursions compilation in 1996. Their debut album, Are You Shpongled?, was released 1998 on Twisted Records. The high sound quality, successful mix of samples, instruments and synths along with the story and progress of the music through the album made it one of the most cutting edge releases of that time. Are You Shpongled? and Twisted Records' first downtempo compilation, Eclipse, made a huge impact on the psychedelic trance scene in 1998.Simon Posford is also known for his solo productions as Hallucinogen and as driving force of the label Twisted Records UK. He is also part of Dub Trees (with Youth and Dubsahara), Celtic Cross (with Youth) and Younger Brother (with Prometheus). Raja Ram is also a member of 1200 Micrograms (with GMS) and The Infinity Project (with Graham Wood, Anjee Sian and other contributors\/collaborators). He was also founder of the indo-prog\/raga rock group of the '60s\/'70s Quintessence.The bands lyrics and samples are often about the entheogen Dimethyltryptamine (DMT).www.shpongle.comhttp:\/\/www.twistedmusic.com\/artists\/shpongle\/http:\/\/en.wikipedia.org\/wiki\/Shpongle","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/10675_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"20,000 - 50,000"}

Djuma Soundsystem

Djuma Soundsystem is Norwegian Mikkas and Danish Lars B who both live in Copenhagen. They met first time when they DJed ...

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{"key":"91402","name":"Djuma Soundsystem","bio":"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.Mikkas and Lars\u2019 producer career started in a for club music producers somewhat odd way; In 2001 they composed and produced the music for the ballet \"Off The Record\" for The Royal Danish Theatre in Copenhagen. A ballet that merged classical music with elements of new electronic genres.The story of Djuma Soundsystem began a couple of years later in 2003, when Mikkas and Lars B decided to make a tune under the following dogma: to make an ethnical sounding club banger, that wasn\u2019t cheesy!?Mikkas and Lars B has remixed, produced and coproduced tracks under many different monikers, such as Ben Horn and Def Jaguar. They have just finished remixing a track for Philipe Cohen Solal (Gotan Project) under their Ben Horn moniker, for his Moonshine sessions project on Ya Basta records and are releasing as Def Jaguar on Danish based label Big Star records and IO in UK. As DJs Lars and Mikkas has been playing for over a decade, all over Europe, and residencies includes Vega, Culture Box and Rust in Copenhagen.Their sound as producers is very varied, ranging from balearic disco vibes to straight up slammers, but always with a focus on grooves and recogniseable melody lines.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/91402_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Basshunter

Jonas Erik Altberg (born 22 December 1984, Halmstad, Sweden) better known by the pseudonym Basshunter, is a Swedish prod...

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{"key":"6147","name":"Basshunter","bio":"Jonas Erik Altberg (born 22 December 1984, Halmstad, Sweden) better known by the pseudonym Basshunter, is a Swedish producer and singer-songwriter, best known for his number one hits Boten Anna and Now You're Gone. He started to produce music under the stage name \"Basshunter\" in 2002 with the computer program Fruity Loops, and released his first albums, The Old Shit (2002) and The Bassmachine (2004), through his own website. In April 2006, he signed with Warner Music, releasing his first single, Boten Anna. In 2007, Altberg released the single Now You're Gone, featuring entirely rewritten lyrics to appeal to a foreign market. The single charted at number one on the UK Singles Chart where it remained for five weeks.Throughout 2007 Basshunter worked on a new album, Now You're Gone: The Album, which was released in July 2008. Five singles were released from this album (Now You're Gone, All I Ever Wanted, Angel in the Night, I Miss You, and Walk on Water). Another single, I Promised Myself was released in November 2009.In January 2010 Basshunter was a contestant on the final series of Celebrity Big Brother (UK). He reached the final of the show and finished in fourth place.In May 2010, the first single from Basshunter's forthcoming fourth studio album, entitled Saturday, was debuted on BBC Radio 1.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/6147_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:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/6157_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Kirsty Hawkshaw

Kirsty Hawkshaw is a female Dance/Electronica/House artist and songwriter who is known for her signature angelic vocals....

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{"key":"98536","name":"Kirsty Hawkshaw","bio":"Kirsty Hawkshaw is a female Dance\/Electronica\/House artist and songwriter who is known for her signature angelic vocals.Hawkshaw was born in London, England in 1969 and is the daughter of British Disco producer Alan Hawkshaw (of Love De-Luxe with Hawkshaw's Discophonia fame; they had a #1 disco hit on the Billboard Hot Dance Music\/Club Play chart in 1979 with \"Here Comes That Sound Again\". He later went on to compose the famous theme music for the British television game show Countdown). It was through her father and her love for dance music that would inspire Kirsty to pursue a career in music.At a rave event in 1991 she was noticed by producers Ian Munro, Kevin Dobbs and Nigel Walton, who at the time were known as A.S.K. It was through this meeting that they would form a Dance act called Opus III. Their first single, \"It's A Fine Day\" from their debut album Mind Fruit was an international smash and hit #1 on Billboard Hot Dance Music\/Club Play chart in 1992. They also had another US #1 hit on the Dance chart in 1994 with \"When You Made The Mountain\" from their second and last album Guru Mother.After the group broke up in 1994, Hawkshaw pursued a solo career and since then has been in demand by other acts in the Dance, House, Eurodance, Trance, and Electronica community, ranging from DJ Tiesto to Delerium.Kirsty recorded an ambient, ethereal album, Enlightenment, which was never released.On October 10, 2005 she released Meta-Message, a collection of older and newer songs after a growing interest in her out-of print O.U.T..Official Kirsty Hawkshaw Podcast - Liner Notes Oct 2007www.kirstyhawkshawpodcast.comsubscribe in iTuneshttp:\/\/phobos.apple.com\/WebObjects\/MZStore.woa\/wa\/viewPodcast?id=266798429","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/98536_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Juno Reactor

Juno Reactor is an electronic psytrance group, often known for its world fusion influences and currently consists of Ben...

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{"key":"41120","name":"Juno Reactor","bio":"Juno Reactor is an electronic psytrance group, often known for its world fusion influences and currently consists of Ben Watkins and Mike Macguire. At one time or another, Juno Reactor also included Johann Bley, Stephen Holweck and Jens Waldenback.Juno Reactor was formed in 1990 by Ben Watkins and Stephen Holweck. The group came together as an experimental ambient project in order to record an accompanying soundtrack to sculpture artist (and Watkins' girlfriend) Norma Fletcher's art installation and performance piece called \"The Missile Project\". The centerpiece of the project was a 70-foot decommissioned missile, nicknamed \"Juno Reactor\", which the band rolled around London while playing its music to raise awareness about nuclear war. According to Watkins, \" was blue concrete. And it looked like a dinosaur tail. And a smoke came out of it.\" The project took over a month to complete; however, the exhibition lasted only several hours, as London police arrived, breaking up the display and arresting all members of the project. The music was eventually released as Juno Reactor's second album, Luciana.In 1993 Juno Reactor released its first single, \"Laughing Gas\", on NovaMute. The single was soon followed by their debut album, Transmissions. The album, reckoned a huge success, is considered one of the first albums in the Goa Trance genre. Later the band released Luciana on Alex Paterson's (The Orb) Inter-Modo label. Juno Reactor left NovaMute and Inter-Modo in 1995 and signed to UK's Blue Room Released label for the Guardian Angel single. Their album Beyond the Infinite followed in 1996.The 1997 release on Wax Trax! Records\/TVT Records, Bible of Dreams, was Juno Reactor's fourth album. Its sound diverged sharply from those of the previous albums and moved away from traditional dance beats by including tribal music influences. Watkins collaborated with Amampondo, a traditional South African percussion act, on the single \"Conga Fury\". Ben Watkins and Amampondo followed up with a five week U.S. tour as the opening act for Moby. In 1998 Juno Reactor played a stunning live set with Amampondo at Glastonbury Festival. The group has played as headliners each year at Glade Festival, the Glastonbury spinoff.Watkins released the fifth Juno Reactor album, Shango, in 2000. It was the band's first album on Metropolis Records. The first track, \"Pistolero\", was a collaboration with guitarist Steve Stevens (Billy Idol). The track opened up an entirely new direction for Juno Reactor. The same song was featured in the trailer for the movie \"Once Upon a Time in Mexico\", as well as in the film itself. In the fall of 2002, Juno Reactor released a new single titled \"Hotaka\", recorded in a Japanese studio overlooking Mt. Fuji. \"Hotaka\" once again featured Steve Stevens on guitar and included traditional Taiko drummer Gocoo. In 2003, the Odyssey 1992-2002 album was released as a compilation of the best Juno Reactor tracks of the past decade.The latest Juno Reactor album, Labyrinth, was released in October 2004 and featured Watkins' work from the Matrix films. The new album once again confirmed the tribal music influences present in Juno Reactor's work, with tracks like \"Conquistador II\".In 2006 Ben Watkins was hired to produce the OST for Brave Story (a children's anime movie). The Soundtrack was released in July 2006 by Sony, Japan, though printed in very limited numbers.The group may soon release an EP entitled \u2018Superman \u2013 the immaculate Crucifixion\u2019, featuring experimental works. One of the EP's tracks, City of the Sinful, is co-written and sung by Ghetto Priest, who also provides the vocals for Asian Dub Foundation.In Oct 2006 Juno reactor performed a taped concert in Tokyo. Including an extended lineup and some new work, this show will be featured in a forthcoming tour DVD.2008: A new studio album called \"Gods & Monsters\" is set to be released in March. Also, a new DVD entitled \"Juno Reactor - Audio Visual Experience\" will be released this year.Lineup:Ben Watkins Taz Alexander (vocals & dance) Mabi Thobejane (congas) Michael LaDonga (African drums) Simpiwe Marele (African drums) Mandala Lande (African drums) Greg Ellis (drum kit) Paul Jackson (bass) Steve Stevens (guitar) Squid (Ghetto Priest) (rap & dance) Xavier Morell (dj) Play List:Conquistador I & II Biot Messiah Giant War Dogs Komit City of the Sinful (New) God is God Mutant Message Hotaka Pistolero Conga Fury Nitrogen II Insects Rotorblade Zwara Hule Lam Masters of the Universe Angels & Men Wavg (?New?) Guardian Angel Juno Reactor are also providing part of the soundtrack for Genius Party, a forthcoming Studio 4\u00b0C AnimationTheir remix of Traci Lords' song \"Control\" as an instrumental was featured on the soundtrack for the Mortal Kombat movie. They returned for the sequel Mortal Kombat Annihilation with tracks like \"Conga Fury\". Later, the group, in collaboration with Don Davis, had a number of tracks featured on the soundtracks for the Matrix series of films (most notably the famous freeway chase scene in The Matrix Reloaded, which featured \"Mona Lisa Overdrive\", as well as the Animatrix, which featured the track, \"Masters Of The Universe\" on the segment, \"Kid's Story\" and \"Conga Fury (Animatrix Remix)\" on the segment, \"Final Flight of the Osiris\" ). Their single \"Guardian Angel\" was featured as the opening theme of the anime series Texhnolyze. \"Guardian Angel\" was also featured in the movie Drive starring Mark Dacascos and Kadeem Hardison. Other Juno Reactor tracks appear on movies such as Eraser, Virtuosity, Lost In Space, the Romeo + Juliet trailer, Beowulf and even Once Upon a Time in Mexico. Juno Reactor soundtracks have also been played during baseball, basketball, and gridiron football games, the Japanese Grand Prix, and appear on the PlayStation 2 games Jet Moto 3 and Frequency, as well as the Xbox game Mad Dash Racing. Juno Reactor also scored the entirety of the Mark of Kri game.The name Juno is the name of an Ancient Roman goddess. In this fashion, Juno Reactor symbolizes a \"powerhouse of the ancient religions\". One of the band's logos is actually a form of the symbol associated with the asteroid Juno. The title of the album Beyond the Infinite could be a reference to 2001: A Space Odyssey, and the sequence \"Jupiter and Beyond the Infinite\". This may be related to the several occurrences of their sampling of this movie on the Transmissions album. Discography:Main AlbumsTransmissions (NovaMute Records 1993) Beyond the Infinite (Blue Room Released 1995) Bible of Dreams (Blue Room Released 1997) Shango (Metropolis Records 2001) Labyrinth (Metropolis Records, Universal Music 2004) Gods & Monsters (2008)Singles & EPs:Luciana (Inter-Modo 1994) Laughing Gas (1993) High Energy Protons (1994) Guardian Angel (1995) Samurai (1996) Conga Fury (1996) Jungle High (1997) God Is God (1997) GOD IS GOD!! (Front 242 Mixes) (1997) Pistolero (Blue Room Released 2000) Masters Of The Universe (2001) Hotaka (2002) The Zwara EP (2003) Live Recordings & Compilation Albums:Odyssey 1992-2002 Shango Tour 2001 Tokyo (Live In Tokyo) (2002)","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/41120_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Kodomo

Kodomo is the electronic music project of Chris Child, based in Brooklyn, New York. Growing up in Tokyo in the 80's, Chr...

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{"key":"74163","name":"Kodomo","bio":"Kodomo is the electronic music project of Chris Child, based in Brooklyn, New York. Growing up in Tokyo in the 80's, Chris studied classical piano music while being exposed to early synth bands like YMO and Kraftwerk, all of which had a major impact on the music he creates. He took the moniker Kodomo from his last name, meaning \"Child\" in Japanese. Kodomo's music is vibrant and moody, featuring lurking atmospheres, serene, drowsy melodies, vocal slices, intricate rhythms, and thick bass sounds. There are many influences to his craft, keeping his sound fresh, distinct and evolving. Classic 90's electronic IDM, dirty hip-hop beats, warm detuned 80's synths, and glitchy soundscapes all make their way into his music, creating a compelling retro-contemporary hybrid. Kodomo's first official track \u201cSpira Mirabilis\u201d is an epic electro driven journey inspired by the Fibonacci series, which he used to govern the structure of the piece. It was produced in 2003 and released in 2007. His debut album, Still Life, was released in 2008 on NYC's label 5 Point Records. The album was born out of a series of carefully curated photographs and explored how the images evoke rhythms, melodies, and textures. The album has an overall downtempo and chillwave feel, integrating hip-hop beats with nostalgic synth hooks. The album gained momentum online, with the success from the single Concept 11 leading to an EP, featuring remixes by Jordan Lieb of Black Light Smoke, and Taylor Deupree, founder of The 12k Label. His second album, Frozen In Motion, was released in 2011 and took on a harder Electro\/IDM direction with songs like \u201cDecoder\u201d, and the title track \u201cFrozen In Motion\u201d. The record focused on Kodomo\u2019s obsession with field recordings of ordinary sounds from every day life and examined using them in the context of composed music. The album gained international attention and is heavily played on the NPR radio, Pandora, and last.fm. It was well received among critics, generating reviews and interviews among several music magazines including Death And Taxes and the UK's Milkfactory. Three singles were released along with remixes by Shigeto, Drift Static, Symbion Project, and Lumia (producer behind Caroline Lufkin). Interviews and live shows followed in Montreal at Mutek, as well as in venues in Barcelona, Tokyo, New York, Boston, and Connecticut. His upcoming release Patterns & Light was recorded in studios in Manhattan and completed in Kodomo's studio in Brooklyn. The album evolved out of a two-year period of sampling classical music records he found at stores, flea markets and sidewalk sales in and around New York City. Inspired by pieces from Bach, Schubert, Debussy, and Chopin, Kodomo examines how these classics can be re-contextualized, having sampled, stretched, and dissected their often unnoticed and most subtle parts. The samples were fed through various software processing programs and analog gear, generating new sounds, patterns, and ideas from which elements for a track would emerge. In this way, the album pays homage to these classical pieces that Kodomo is intimately familiar with and inspired by.The album has a dark yet epic tone to it, flowing through periods of both intensity and spaciousness. There are moments of German influenced Dub Techno, Electro, IDM, and Ambient soundtracks. Notably, this is the first Kodomo album to feature vocals in songs, highlighting his collaborations with Melissa Kaplan (Universal Hall Pass), Sasha Lazard, and John Hogg (Kassini). In between releases, Kodomo has collaborated with and done remixes for Omar Faruk Tekbilek, Freezepop, TPWLYST, Symbion Project, and Kodacrome, among other artists. He has performed in and around New York City, Montreal, Barcelona, Paris, and Tokyo. Chris is also an Emmy nominated composer and has written music for numerous commercials and TV series. His music is regularly featured on NPR\u2019s Morning Edition, This American Life and All Things Considered. He also created music for the popular hit video games Rock Band, Phase, Amplitude and Frequency, produced by Harmonix.Kodomo\u2019s music parallels his interests in technology, science, visual arts, photography, and Buddhism. He approaches each album and project with the intention of moving in a new direction, inspired by original processes and ideas that inform the music he creates.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/74163_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Ferry Corsten

Ferry Corsten is a Dutch DJ, producer and recorder who first started out in 1991 producing underground hardcore gabber t...

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{"key":"6181","name":"Ferry Corsten","bio":"Ferry Corsten is a Dutch DJ, producer and recorder who first started out in 1991 producing underground hardcore gabber tracks. He soon expanded into clubhouse and trance music. But don't put Ferry into the trance corner, because his sound encompasses several genres of electronic music.In 1999 Ferry Corsten was voted Best Producer of the Year at the Ericsson Muzik Award in London. In 2000, he was awarded Best Remix for Adagio for Strings (Ferry Corsten Remix) at the Dancestar 2000 awards.He has worked with many other famous DJs, such as DJ Tiesto, Benny Benassi, and Vincent de Moor.In 1997 he established the famous Tsunami dance label together with Robert Smit & the German dance company Purple Eye Entertainment. He left Tsunami and Purple Eye in 2005.In 2005 Ferry started his own company named Flashover Recordings.The first record on Flashover was Who's Knockin'? with a Flashover remix. The single Fire was the next record. This would be the second album released under Flashover. Since his first solo album, Ferry has continued to evolve his style. He started with the concept name L.E.F. which stands for \"Loud. Electronic. Ferocious.\" and has organized events under this name. Ferry released his second solo album aptly named L.E.F.Ferry has also participated in compiling and mixing the Trance Nation series with Ministry of Sound which has sold millions of copies worldwide. Trance Nation 2002 was the latest Trance Nation compilation from Ferry. Next to Trance Nation, he compiled many other mixed CDs such as Creamfields, Tsunami One, Dance Valley 2001, Passport: Kingdom of the Netherlands, Mixed Live: Spundae @ Circus Los Angeles, Live at Innercity, World Tour Tokyo and Washington, and many others. He has been known to use a lot of other aliases including: 4x4, A Jolly Good Fellow, Albion, Bypass, Cyber F, Dance Therapy, Delaquente, Digital Control, East West, Eon, Exiter, Ferr, Firmly Undaground, Free Inside, Funk Einsatz, Kinky Toys, Lunalife, Moonman, Party Cruiser, Pulp Victim, Raya Shaku, Sidewinder, System F, The Nutter and Zenithal.In addition to these releases, Ferry has also worked with other DJs on several projects. Together with Tijs Verwest (DJ Ti\u00ebsto), he set up Gouryella and Vimana. Ferry has also teamed up with Vincent de Moor on the one-time alias project Veracocha. In addition, Ferry has worked with Benny Benassi to produce the one-time alias FB\/FB feat. Edun, which stands for the first letter of each of their first names, Ferry and Benny, and also features Edun, Russian\/Nigerian gospel and electronic vocal singer.Other groups that he has been in include: Alter Native, Blade Racer, Discodroids, Double Dutch, Elektrika, Energiya, Fernick, Mind To Mind, Nixieland, Penetrator, Project Aurora, Riptide, Roef, S.O.A., Scum, Selected Worx, Sons of Aliens, Soundcheck, Spirit of Adventure, Starparty, and The Tellurians.Moreover, his track Ferry Corsten & Ramin Djawadi - Prison Break Theme (Ferry Corsten Breakout Mix) is now famous worldwide due to the success of the Prison Break television series.With the exception of Gouryella, Ferry no longer uses any other aliases. Gouryella is nowadays only Ferry since Tijs stepped out of the project.He has released five solo albums to date:Looking Forward (as \"Ferr\") (with John Matze) (Released: 1996)Out Of The Blue (as \"System F\") (Released: 2001)Right of Way (Released: 2003)Together (as \"System F\") (Released: 2003)L.E.F. (Loud, Electronic, Ferocious) (Released: 2006)Twice In A Blue Moon (Released: 2008)Sites: YouTube","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/6181_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Groove Coverage

Groove Coverage is a Dance and Pop band from Ingolstadt, Germany. It was formed in the summer of 2001. The Groove Covera...

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{"key":"6162","name":"Groove Coverage","bio":"Groove Coverage is a Dance and Pop band from Ingolstadt, Germany. It was formed in the summer of 2001. The Groove Coverage project consists of Axel Konrad and DJ Novus. The lead singer is named Mell, with a back-up singer named Verena. They have had hits around the world, especially in Europe. They have produced popular remixes of several songs, including \"Love is an Angel\" by Sylver, \"Come With Me\" by Special D., and \"Love Song\" by DJ Cosmo Meets Digital Rockers.They have released three official albums, Covergirl (2002), 7 Years and 50 Days (2004) and 21st Century (2006). In Canada they have a special SPG Music release entitled Groove Coverage, which includes their greatest hits in Canada.Their song 'Moonlight Shadow' appeared on the Ministry Of Sound - Annual 2003.As of 2005, Groove Coverage was working on their third album ''21st Century''. Altogether 4 singles were released from this record, including ''Summer Rain'' which was only a promotional club single.In November 2007 the band released their ''Greatest Hits'' consisting 2 discs with their best recorded tracks including two brand newly recorded tracks ''Nothing Lasts Forever'' and ''Living On A Prayer''.In the end of 2009 there were rumours that they were recording a new album which was supposed to be released in Spring 2010, however their potential fourth album has not been released yet. In October 2010 they released a brand new single called ''Innocent'', being a cover of Mike Oldfield's song, following release of ''Angeline'' in April 2011 reaching a peak of DJ Top 100 International.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/6162_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Junkie XL

Junkie XL (also known as JXL) is musician Tom Holkenborg, born in Lichtenvoorde, The Netherlands on 8 December 1967. Aft...

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{"key":"9288","name":"Junkie XL","bio":"Junkie XL (also known as JXL) is musician Tom Holkenborg, born in Lichtenvoorde, The Netherlands on 8 December 1967. After producing and touring with the Dutch group Weekend at Waikiki, together with Phil Mills he founded the industrial band Nerve and released 2 albums (1993 and 1995). After he and Chris Hinze under name A Forest called Mulu recorded trip-hop\/ambient album and began writing his own tracks as Junkie XL in 1997. He has worked with many electronic music artists, including Sander Kleinenberg, DJ Ti\u00ebsto and Sasha.In 2002 he left The Netherlands to live and work in the United States where he works on soundtracks for movies and computer games.He uses the name \"JXL\" in those cases where the term Junkie might cause offense.Some of his better-known songs include: * Today (the title track from his 2006 release Today) * Future in Computer Hell (Part 2) (featured on Sasha's Global Underground 013: Ibiza) * A Little Less Conversation (remix of Elvis Presley's original) * Zerotonine (featured on Dave Seaman's Global Underground 016: Cape Town) * Beauty Never Fades (feat. Saffron of Republica, featured in a promotional video of the game EvE-Online) * Breezer (with Sasha, featured on Deep Dish's Global Underground 025: Toronto) * Obsession (with DJ Ti\u00ebsto) * Feuer frei! (Rammstein vs. Junkie XL remix) (B-side on Rammstein's Feuer frei! single) * Crusher (feat. Saffron of Republica) - Theme song of Quantum Redshift * Outrageous (JXL Remix) on the Limited Edition of Britney Spears' Greatest Hits: My Prerogative Album with the Bonus Remix CD. * Beauty On The Fire (Remix for the Natalie Imbruglia single) * Action Radius (the track from the game Need for Speed: Underground) * And Then We Kiss (Junkie XL Remix) featured on B in the Mix: The Remixes by Britney Spears.He has produced a remixed version of The Sims theme music for the computer game The Sims 2: Nightlife as well as the entire soundtrack for the Xbox racing game Forza Motorsport. He has also provided music for the films Kingdom of Heaven, Domino and DOA: Dead or Alive. His song Today was featured as one of Burnout Legends' EA Trax, apparently before the album was released. He has also produced a remix of the Destroy All Humans! theme which can be heard on the credits or on the soundtrack.There are also 2 remixes by Junkie XL on the Need for Speed: Carbon soundtrack. He composed the entire SSX: Blur soundtrack.While JXL is considered to be an electronic music artist, he is surprisingly connected to the heavy metal culture: apart from providing remixes to both Fear Factory and Rammstein, he is signed to metal-label Roadrunner Records and has appeared on Roadrunner United.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/9288_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Conjure One

Conjure One is the label given to the creative outlet for Canadian producer Rhys Fulber, also member of the electro-indu...

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{"key":"10692","name":"Conjure One","bio":"Conjure One is the label given to the creative outlet for Canadian producer Rhys Fulber, also member of the electro-industrial band Front Line Assembly and the ethnic electronica band Delerium. With a stylistic origin based in the genre of electronica, his songs usually range between downtempo, ambient and pop, also bearing strong influences from world music and Central Asian culture. It can also be observed to seek a fusion between the contrast of organic and electronic sounds, sometimes leaning more towards one direction than the other.Since the release of the eponymous debut album Conjure One in 2002, Conjure One has produced three albums to date, including Extraordinary Ways in 2005 and Exilarch in 2010, all published through Nettwerk. The albums see Fulber collaborate with various guest vocalists, including Chemda, Poe, Sin\u00e9ad O'Connor, and Jaren, while the latter two records have also featured backup vocals and bass performances by Leah Randi.Conjure One's work has also been featured in commercial media, with the single Tears from the Moon feat. Sin\u00e9ad O'Connor making an appearance on the film soundtrack Tomb Raider: The Cradle of Life. In addition, the single Center of the Sun has also made a vague appearance in the film X2: X-Men United, where it plays in the background of the scene with Collosus and Flea drawing and making fun of Rogue and Bobby, who are about to kiss.See Facebook and Twitter for the latest Conjure One news:http:\/\/www.facebook.com\/conjureonehttp:\/\/twitter.com\/conjure_oneOfficial Conjure One sites and resources:http:\/\/www.conjureone.comhttp:\/\/soundcloud.com\/conjureonehttp:\/\/gigsby.com\/conjure-onehttp:\/\/www.myspace.com\/conjureonehttp:\/\/www.youtube.com\/user\/conjureonevideohttp:\/\/www.nettwerk.com\/producer\/rhys-fulber","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/10692_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}

Eric Prydz

Eric Prydz is a Swedish DJ and producer best known for his 2004 hit single "Call On Me", his remix of Pink Floyd's "Anot...

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{"key":"6173","name":"Eric Prydz","bio":"Eric Prydz is a Swedish DJ and producer best known for his 2004 hit single \"Call On Me\", his remix of Pink Floyd's \"Another Brick In The Wall\" (known as \"Proper Education\") and more recently the anthem \"Pjanoo\". He also releases music under the aliases of Cirez D, Pryda and Sheridan. Prydz produces electronic music which falls into a variety of sub genres, most notably house (Including electro house and tech house), minimal and techno.Aside from producing music Prydz also runs the record labels Pryda, Pryda Friends, and Mouseville, which release most of his own music.He has enjoyed great chart success with the singles \"Proper Education\" and \"Call on Me\", the latter sampling the chorus of Valerie (the only sample ever allowed of Winwood's work), which topped the UK singles charts for 5 weeks. \"Proper Education\" reached number 2, 4 and 12 in the UK, German and Swedish charts respectively.Although it is reported that Eric Prydz has a fear a flying, he does not let that stop him from playing in places such as New York, as well as various countries in Europe.","featuredImage":"http:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/6173_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"75,000 - 150,000"}
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