Mr. Fogg

A UK-born alternative pop artist, Mr Fogg made his name touring countries including Iceland – where he recorded his debut album – Lithuania and Latvia.

Josh Wink

“Some people get pigeonholed as being into just one thing”, Wink remarks. “I hate that. When there are rules, it doesn’t become art, and it’s not fun.


On his second album, ‘Ear Drums And Black Holes’, the US dubstepper widens the lens to show an impressive vision.

Shinichi Osawa

Shinichi Osawa made his debut as the leader and bassist for Mondo Grosso, a band formed in Kyoto in 1991, with an eponymous album released in 1993 from For Life Records (Japan).


The Shuttle sound is boundless, genreless, and in constant flux – a sonic chameleon, not changing with the times, but stretching the musical landscape to its inevitable evolution.


Montreal’s Ghislain Poirier is obsessed with big, dirty beats, an affliction that causes him create some of the most out-of-control ragga riddims and deconstructed abstract hip hop to date.

Michael Morph

When not sharing stages with the likes of Plump DJs and Groove Armada, Michael Morph spends his downtime in the studio nurturing an eclectic and discerning musical palate that thrives on everything fr

Kenneth Bager

Kenneth Bager became a DJ in the late eighties in Copenhagen, where he formed the acid house ‘Coma’ parties, the Danish equivalent to London’s Shoom and Spectrum parties.


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