The Bloody Beetroots are an electro house collective currently ripping up anywhere they go with their heavy beats, and throw out remix after remix as they make themselves known to the rest of the world. As well as featuring on Hostage's 'Gluttony' EP - along with Felix Cartal - The Bloody Beetroots have remixed tracks by Fox n'Wolf, Etienne De Crecy, The Toxic Avenger, Goose, and their own take on Michael Sembello's 'She's a Maniac'
Bologna skate punk thrashers on acid playing classic fast Italian hc meets old California punk meets bay area thrashcore. Those guys were in fantastic BanxThis! Shit’s insane!
Builder is a group of Italian Hardstyle and Hard Dance DJ`s working together.
The members consist of A. Beluzzi, Antonio Donà a.k.a K-Traxx, Cristiano Giusberti a.k.a Technoboy, DJ Luca Antolini, Mauro Farina a.k.a DJ Speedo, Paolino Nobile and Riccardo Tesini a.k.a Antex.
Builder is also a bass music producer from Santa Cruz, California. Concocting all sorts of genres from Glitch to Dubstep. Has releases on labels like Betamorph and Sub Pressure Recordings.
Dario discovered for the first time hardcore and techno music when he was 11 through the famous radio program VIRUS ran by Freddy K.
From that moment he started to listen constantly the radio program recording a lot of tapes and 1 year later Dario bought the first record (try to make it harder e.p.).
In the same period he discovered to have some softwares to create music and without to think he started to create hardcore and techno tracks for pastime with an old Pc (Pentium 1).
Claudio Baglioni is an Italian musician/ song-writer. He first rose to prominence in the early 1970s with melodic ballads such as "E Tu" and "Piccolo Grande Amore", still considered among the best Italian music of the 1970s. In the 1980s he produced the critically acclaimed "Strada Facendo" and "Avrai". His various works include the official Anthem for the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Turin.
There are 2 entries for Harem: 1. Harem are a well known Turkish percussion group.
And also a band born in 1998 in Castel Bolognese (Ravenna - Italy), and finally gain the actual line-up in 2002. We've had a lot of local and national contests, with some good results. We've also make an exhibition at the Heineken Jammin' Festival in 2003. We've constantly played our music and covers in pubs, venues and events... everywhere in last years.
Zeus! is an italian heavy experimental duo composed by Luca Cavina (Calibro 35, Transgender, Hellish, Pornoise, Pixel Johnson, Beatrice Antolini) on distorted bass and Paolo Mongardi (Transgender, Rebelde, Il Genio, Jennifer Gentle, Mortuaria, Taunt/State Of The Art Living Dead) on distorted drums. http://www.myspace.com/zeuspower
EAT YOU ALIVE is a alternative metal band from Nagoya, Japan. Originally named as ＭａｖｅＲｉｃｋ, the group began to perform under the name EAT YOU ALIVE on June 8th, 2008. Since the band's name change, both the music and the image of the band have evolved away from the conventional visual kei style. Their new sound and appearance, resembling western nu metal bands, make EAT YOU ALIVE a distinctive band in the visual kei scene. Band Members:
ヒロ (Hiro) - Vocalist (ex. ＭａｖｅＲｉｃｋ)
亮平 (Ryouhei) - Guitarist (ex. ＭａｖｅＲｉｃｋ)
Already supported by Herve (included on is his cd in this months Mixmag), Sinden, The Crookers, Rob Da Bank and many more, His Majesty is steadly increasing his magic touch in production and djing. He's part of the Italian Fluo scene, rubbing shoulders with The Crookers, Bloody Beetroots, Riva Starr. No surprise he has been captured by the Italo Gods of Wonk. Vatican House proudly and religiously welcomes in his church of wonk the Majesty Andre himself, with 2 tracks of proper noisy, odd groove.
As the solo project of New York City's DJ Snarf, Cervello Elettronico deftly crosses genre boundaries to create aggressive electronic dance music with a nod to rhythmic noise and classic EBM structures. Influenced by such artists as PowerPussy, This Morn' Omina, Hocico, Synapscape, Asche, Oil 10, and Autechre, Cervello Elettronico has performed live all over North America and Europe and shared the bill with a multitude of well-known industrial and power noise acts.