BX748

BX748

BX748 is a trance producer.

Trained as a classical musician he began his career at age 6.

He has performed in numerous places and covered infinity of public events giving concerts.

His career really started after a group of talented young musicians decided to get together and form a pop-rock band. He was really enjoying being part of the band playing the ‘farfisa’.

Imber

Imber LingardImber is a singer/songwriter/composer and lyricist from Queensland, Australia. She has been involved in music for many years.

She began as a lead singer in 4-piece band Solar Plexus for 2 years and has worked with other artists on various recording projects and gigs. She has since ventured forth as a solo artist creating electronic music.

Cektore

cektoreMy ingredients of psytrance are as follows. I utilize big tight drum kicks at 145 bpm. I love strong groovy basslines that take variable shapes and control the overall groove and flow. These two combine the “base” and the second tier include snappy snares,atmospheric pads,arithmic bongos, crispy hh, exotic instruments either sampled or generated. Finally, the icing on the cake are what I call the “track’s voice” or the synth leads. The leads can either take on a solo or rythmic attitude and are the distinguiable aspects that differ from track to track. I love using plug-ins especially (filters, phasers,reverbs) and love tweeking with LFOs, ENVs,OSC, and customizing arp patterns. My overall goal is to produce music that is unique on a track to track basis.

D’Funk

D'FunkI started in somewhere around 1997 as Dj Funkee, playing House and Garage in bars and clubs on south coast of Spain. That summer I started to experiment with different styles, like Progressive House and Trance. The following year I organized nights called ‘juicy’ with a friend of mine. We played nights in clubs and bars all along the coast.

In 2000, I took on the name Dj D’FunK, moved to a town further up the coast and met up with ‘Raveface.Com’. They are a group of guys who where producing and playing live on the Internet. By now I was into Deep House and Funky Tech House (hence the name D’FunK) I also liked to play the darker side of 2 Step Garage. I played as resident for Raveface.com, ElectroSound and Dance Kultur. Then in 2001 I started playing at festivals and clubs in Granada, Almeria and Torre Vieja, I started my own Show on Raveface.Com and my own nights called ‘DeepSensation’. I stayed with Raveface.Com until the end of 2002.

Paul Priest

Paul PriestIntro: Real-time, Echoplex Digital Pro guitar driven instrumentals combined into a musical narrative with ample adjunct instrumentation.

Biography: I started recording in 1990 or ’91 and instantly became hooked. The process began when a company I worked for was disposing of its stereo reel-to-reel tape machine. It was “broken,” though really it only needed a good, thorough cleaning. I then moved on to 4-track cassettes, to borrowed ADATs, and finally into Digital Performer, Apple computers, and an Echoplex Digital Pro.

Base Electro

Home made bent weirdo antipodean psychadelic electro’stomp’n’brakes.

Base Electro

Based Electro is the music art of steri o evo.

Born and living in Tamworth, NSW, Australia. Cuntry music Kapital.

RABITZA

RABITZAMembers : Alexandr Sosedkin, Ivan Petrenko

Profile : Rabitza is an union of 2 independent creative personalities. The project was founded in December 2004. The musical content of the group consists in the mix of different styles. The guys have great experience of taking part in different rock-bands, experiments with live sound. But their development brought them to the insensibly reincarnation and finally – conversion into electronic faith. Preferred music styles of the guys are minimal techno, tech-house and techno. The aim of the project is self-expression, opening of creative potential of the personality. Their own motto is “Music is first, instruments are just facilities.”

Small Dot Complex

Small Dot Complex What does anything mean? Basically.
Not only is the question a title from a Chameleons’ album, it’s a very apt question to ask ourselves in this day and age. It is a question that distinctly comes to mind when you hear Small Dot Complex. The answer, when applied to Small Dot Complex, is better left to the individual listener, who is preferably listening with headphones. In this regard, art is imitating life.





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