Dubbed The Baron Of Techno by late BBC Radio DJ John Peel, UK producer Dave Clarke has been a pioneering force in global electronic music since the mid-90s. He has remixed Kevin Saunderson’s Inner City, The Chemical Brothers, New Order, Depeche Mode, Moby, Leftfield and Underworld, to name but a few.
Since their debut in 2006, FM Radio Gods have excelled in their live blends of futuristic electro-house and progressive techno. They are the founders of Attitude Recordings, which serves as home for the majority of their releases.
Bridging UK-style bass music with house and techno, Montreal’s Hissy Fit has picked up rave reviews from XLR8R, Exclaim! and CBC Electronic over the past few years, for releases on labels such as Hybridity, Swing & Skip and others.
Making a grand musical entrance into the world of electronic music in 2007, Amsterdam house producer San Proper is first and foremost a deft multi-instrumentalist, a fact reflected in the spontaneity and groove of his work, which regularly incorporate his hand-jammed percussion, vintage synths, and other self-fashioned instruments. Ricardo Villalobos invited the Dutch newcomer to remix his track “Electronic Water”, and the results were impressive enough to garner Proper his own Perlon single, 2009’s “Keep It Raw/December 10th”.
Former international aid worker teams up with Icelandic security specialist and former top model to create an international DJ supergroup. Certainly not what you'd expect from a group called Thugfucker, but then Greg Oreck and Holmar Filipsson often defy expectations.
DJ Tennis (aka Manfredi Romano) has founded several important Italian underground musical events, among them Elita Festival (Milan) and Dissonanze Festival (Rome). In 2010, he started a new techno and pop label called Life and Death with Thugfucker’s Greg Oreck.
Buck Smith has been part of Montreal’s deep house scene for several years. Her evolving and hypnotic mixes have touched down in all corners of the city, delivering a profound sonic universe that’s infectiously danceable.