London-born and artistlcally-bred, Geddes harbours a passion for deep, profound and organic sounds, a style that has now brought him to the forefront of London’s underground music scene. Label-owner, producer, DJ and promoter Geddes shares a love and personal vision for the modern electronic scene. Geddes’ belief and desire to inject a freshness to the underground scene inspired him to programme his own parties and his concept became a flourishing reality in London’s mulletover events.
Welcome to Hed Kandi - record label, radio show, international club sensation and more. Launched in 1999, Hed Kandi has evolved from humble beginnings as a compilation brand into the global phenomenon it is today. With a catalogue spanning over 60 albums, a number of artist projects and three UK Top Ten singles and a host of Top 40 hits to date, Hed Kandi is now a globally respected brand. Delivering these styles of music with a sense of humour to grown-up clubbers eventually snowballed into Hed Kandi parties and our first full residency began in London in 2002.
James Harcourt is chiefly a producer, but more recently the founder of Twisted Frequency recordings and an occasional DJ too. Born in Hitchin, James has always been intensely passionate about music and as a youngster was happiest making voyages to the local record shops to buy music. Inspired constantly by alternative music shows such as The Tube and the Old Grey Whistle Test James was also taught music from a young age.
Joe and Will met in 2005, both coming from very different musical backgrounds. Joe was releasing drum and bass 12” records while Will came from the hard house and trance scenes. Their name describes their relentless passion to constantly explore genres of music, and represent their different influences within their own characteristic sound that they have become so well known for. They started collaborating in 2007, and almost immediately drew attention from local DJs at respected nights such as Trash, as well as club promoters and indie labels.
Mason is the name of several very different musical projects. 1. Dutch DJ and producer Mason had a huge club hit with "Exceeder" in the Netherlands in 2006. The track was supported by all kinds of DJs from Fatboy Slim to Eric Prydz, and from Sharam Jey to Pete Tong, who made the track the Essential Tune at BBC Radio 1. A debut album is scheduled for spring 2007. He performs all over the world, integrating his electric violin during his energetic dj-sets. Mason was born in Amsterdam as Iason Chronis, son of a Dutch actress and a Greek sculptor. www.myspace.com/musicofmason
Tall and thin, of enviable height, known to be quite handsome in a certain angle and a certain light.
Part of what has become known as the 'Swedish House Mafia' along with Sebastian Ingrosso, Eric Prydz and Axwell. First productions include Freshly Squeezed and Echo Vibes, with best buddy Sebastian Ingrosso. Influences include Daft Punk. Echo Vibes was later remixed by Eric Prydz, with whom a friendship was struck. Currently holding a bi-monthly residency at Ministry of Sound, Steve is also fully booked for the 2006 European Festival season. Look out for the recently released "Sandman is Dancing", which features Metallica's "Enter Sandman" as a sample.
Alex Dimou is a Greek producer born in 1988 and raised in Lamia, a small city in central Greece.
If there’s one word that can describe Alex Dimou, that one would be without a doubt: Talent. Alex’s carreer into production started a couple of years ago in Athens, Greece,when he was only 18 years old (2007). . It was back in 2007 when Alex made his first track called “Mini-Man” in a deep, dark techno style that was just too good to stay unreleased.