Israeli DJ/producer Guy J is at the forefront of a real House music renaissance in his home country. Along with a handful of his fellow countrymen, he is leading the way for a return to the melody-rich and emotionally charged roots of the House music spectrum.
Guy’s productions have earned him wide praise for their tight, driving beats, shimmering synths, warm melodies and impeccable arrangements. Straddling the lively, timeless space between ambient, house, techno and electronica he constantly maintains a melodic and highly emotive core to his music.
After setting floors alight with a volley of killer singles, Guy released his hotly anticipated full-length artist album Esperanza on John Digweed’s Bedrock label in 2008. In classic Guy J fashion the whole album is a musically dense and diverse trip that is as dynamic as it is organic, keeping you hanging on ’til the very last drop has poured out of the speakers!
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Hailed by some as Eric Prydz’s successor, Adrian Lux is a young dance music producer and DJ based in Stockholm. “Can’t Sleep” is his second single and it’s out now on La Vida Locash!
Find out more about Adrian Lux on MySpace. Buy on
Walter Meego was formed in 2004 by Justin Sconza (guitar, keyboards and vocals), Pat Pellegrini, and Colin Yarck (production) in the basement of Pellegrini’s house. They were later joined by Andrew Adzemovic (guitar and vocals) in 2007. They released a series of EPs before their debut album, Voyager, which came out in May 2008.
More info on Water Meego’s official site.
Amiel Daemion, better known as just Amiel, was born in New York but grew up in Australia, where her family moved when she was just 2. Her music career shot to fame in 1999 when she teamed up with producer Josh G. Abrahams for the song “Addicted to Bass”, a top twenty hit in Australia and around Europe. This led to Daemion releasing studio albums such as Audio Out in 2003 and These Ties in 2005. The song “Be Your Girl” was released in 2006 an EP of remixed songs from her second album.
Amiel - Be Your Girl (Bass Kleph Club Mix)