Le londonien Aphrodite, aka Gavin King, n’est pas appelé tonton pour rien dans le milieu de la Jungle. Il est en effet l’un des pionniers de cette scène qui donnera naissance à la Drum’n’Bass plus tard. Son morceau « Stalker » est l’hymne de toute une génération suite à cette scène de « Human Traffic » devenue culte. Il continue de propager sa musique et les productions de son label Aphrodite Recordings dans les clubs et festivals des quatre coins du globe.
Leese, based in Brussels, is an electronic music artist who has gained recognition for her unique style blending break and tribal influences. She recently signed two EPs with label Yuku, one of which was named the Best Bandcamp Release of April, and performs at clubs and festivals throughout Europe. On stage, Leese delivers a passionate and energetic performance, mesmerizing her audience with her powerful beats and enchanting atmospheres. She is becoming increasingly well-known in the electronic/bass music scene and her project is continually evolving and developing.
Most crews have a godfather or two. We've got Statler and Waldorf. Not the Hilton and the Astoria, but the two stubborn, disagreeable old men who enjoy heckling the rest of us from the comfort of their balcony seats. One can make a salad and the other is one.
Waldorf tends to parade his surly ways, like others flaunt their generous breasts or pneumatically-promising behinds, using one of his numerous aliases as disguise. He therefore answers to such monikers as Xeno Xeno, Lium, King Cut 3000, Kenobhi, or Fat Master Cut. The exact reason behind the use of one rather than the other seems to depend on mood rather than logic. This time it’s The Ronchonnist.