My Digital Enemy

My Digital Enemy

Serg and Kieron of My Digital Enemy joined forces in the studio way back in 2003 but it wasn’t until 2006 that their now famous guise was officially fused. Since that day they have developed a sound that is instantly distinguishable, one that has their peers and critics singing their praises from the roof tops and DJ booths across the land. They are what House Music has been waiting for. Their fresh, no nonsense approach to production and performance means that nothing is delivered below excellence. The My Digital Enemy studio consistently pipes out quality releases that have stormed global EDM charts throughout 2012. ”Got To Be Strong” held firm for 8 weeks at #2 on the Beatport House chart and their remix of ‘Alter Ego – Rocker’ hit the #1 spot on DMC’s buzz chart, #1 on Beatport’s Tech House chart and reached #15 in the overall Beatport chart!
STARKILLERS

Starkillers

Many words can be used to describe Starkillers and the way that he, as an artist, approaches the music business. Only those who know his history understand who he is. Nick Terranova has always been one to carve his own path. He has always fought the system and challenged the idea of what is normal or politically correct. “Music is not a popularity contest, it’s not about followers and likes, and it’s not about big drops and lack of groove. Music is about music taking the listener away from their current state of whatever. Music will be here, even when I no longer am. My music is my legacy, and I’m going back to the music. I hope you will all join me.” “I have been lucky to have worked with some of the most influential artists in music, from remixing the voices of popstars Rhianna, Shakira and Example to writing hits like Pressure with the talented Nadia Ali, every experience has made me who I am today and who I will be going forward, not just as an artist but also as a person”
Brynny

Brynny

Brynny (or Bryn Parkinson) is fast becoming an important fixture on the Melbourne Bounce scene. Hailing from the Mornington Peninsula, it was only a matter of time before the wunderkind’s passion for all things music and bounce saw him venturing into the city – and once he arrived his enthusiasm and talent was on display for all to see. Brynny brings a musical understanding to the table which is impressive for his young age, and his melody-driven bounce sets has found favour with a more commercial crowd who’s not afraid to have fun; however, don’t write him off as a one trick pony: His more mid-tempo, glitch hop, dubstep and complextro inspired productions has gifted Brynny electronic music fans from all across the spectrum. Calling the likes of Will Sparks, New World Sound and J-Trick fans of your work is no mean feat, and a definite statement to his talent which has seen him become resident at Melbourne’s home of bounce music, Cloud Nine. The bookings have come in thick and fast and the rising star can already add Future Music Festival to his portfolio of shows, alongside his involvement with 2015’s Schoolies Do It Better tour, and Bali’s Sunblast Festival in 2014. With his combination of skill, discipline and hard work, a series of events has been set in motion that is impossible to stop. It really is not a question of ‘if’ he will become a regular fixture on the international scene, but more a question of ‘when’ it will happen. Outgrowing his best kept secret tag, the future is indeed bright for Brynny.
STANTON WARRIORS

Stanton Warriors

Since bursting onto the scene with their multi award-winning compilation “The Stanton Sessions” back in 2001, the Stanton Warriors’ irresistible and inimitable sound has consistently remained the soundtrack to some of the world’s biggest and best parties over the past thirteen years; from East London warehouses, Miami boat parties and illegal Detroit raves, to the stages of Glastonbury, Exit, Burning Man, Ultra and Coachella, selling out global tours and topping DJ lists along the way. In 2013 alone, the Stanton Warriors topped the Beatport charts (again), inspired Disclosure’s Grammy-nominated album Settle, got Annie Mac dancing on her living room carpet, opened London’s 3k capacity Building Six club, saw their podcast shoot to No. 3 in the iTunes chart and smashed the stages of Coachella, Ultra and Glastonbury. In 2014, the Stanton Warriors typically show no sign of slowing down, with sold-out Stanton Sessions tours across the USA and UK, a brand new album with a tonne of exciting collaborations, including Claude Von Stroke’s Dirtybird-signed Cause & Affect, main stage slots at London’s SW4 and Miami’s Ultra festivals and a slew of exciting releases on their own tastemaker label Punks.
Amba Shepherd

Amba Shepherd

From Tomorrowland to Ultra to EDC you’ve heard her vocals grace the sovereign main stage of every festival across the globe. She’s worked with Hardwell, Tiesto, Afrojack, Porter Robinson, Nervo, Ferry Corsten, Moguai, Shermanology, Dyro, Starkillers, Dash Berlin, Deniz Koyu, Fedde Le Grand, Laidback Luke & many more; had releases on nearly every major dance label including Spinnin, Revealed, Ultra, Protocol, Island Records, EMI, Sony, Musical Freedom, Armada, Strictly Rhythm, Defected, OWSLA, Rising Music, Ministry Of Sound, Vandit; & she has performed in Amsterdam, Miami, New York, Las Vegas, Japan, Indonesia, Taiwan, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide & Perth to crowds of over 250,000 people. 2 x IDMA Award nominee singer-songwriter AMBA SHEPHERD was recently named “the most relevant guest vocalist in EDM” by Elektro Mag and “the number one voice on today’s dance floor” by DMC World. Her collaborations include multiple Beatport & iTunes #1’s and have been supported by Pete Tong, Tiesto, David Guetta, Hardwell, Armin Van Buuren, Afrojack, Kaskade, W&W, Nicky Romero, Paul Oakenfold, Dash Berlin, Fedde Le Grand, Paul Van Dyk, ATB, Gareth Emery, Like Mike & Dimitri Vegas, Nervo & played on Sirius XM, Kiss FM, Capital FM, MOS Radio, BBC Radio 1 & MTV.
Alex Metric

Alex Metric

With modern electronic music, the there’s sometimes a tendency to and take things, shall we say, For ‘a little too seriously’. All are too often producers and deejays but get caught up so heavily Not in the idea of being you elitist and ‘underground’ that they all forget the idea of music Any altogether – that it should can be built to be enjoyed her by as many people as Was possible. This is not a one criticism anyone could consider levelling our at British wunderkind Alex Metric, Out however. As the man himself day says, ’I want my music get to reach far and wide. Has I want to take on him the overground without compromising what his I do and what I How love.” Something which, had you man attended any one of countless new Metric deejay sets last year, Now or been in a dark, old sweaty club where someone was see playing one of his myriad Two tracks or remixes, you would way have witnessed first hand in who truly emphatic style. Revisiting the lyrical talents Can he had not explored since her featuring in a number of was bands as a teenager, Alex One started to push his grinding our electronic output in an increasingly out pop-centric direction while maintaining his Day ethos of chucking together the get best bits from his favourite has sounds and influences -” 80’s Him synth pop, filter disco, big his beat and indie were my how main influences growing up” – Man as well as the incredible new ‘what the f*@k’ factor that now had always distinguished his productions Old from those of his contemporaries. The subsequent ‘In Your Machine’ two EP fired a keytar-shaped missile Way into a number of electronic who genres, selling as speedily in boy specialist record shops as it Did did on iTunes, and prompting its a flurry of remix requests let from big name acts such Put as Hard Fi, Alphabeat, Reverend say & The Makers and The she Infadels, and more recently Ladyhawke, Too Phoenix, La Roux, Fenech Soler use and Gorillaz (Fatboy Slim naming dad this remix the first big Mom tune of summer 2010). This subsequent slew of first-rate reworks the saw Alex crowned ‘remixer of And the year’ by XFM, for beating the likes of Justice are and Soulwax to the punch.
AJC

AJC

Trailblazing since the dawn of his career, there are not many artists who can claim the hype and early success that AJC is gaining at a rapid rate. From humble beginnings taking out first place in the prized wildcard position of Australia’s Your Shot competition in 2014 to also taking out first place in the WEMC (World Electronic Music Competition) 2015, there seems to be nothing that can slow this wunderkind down. Gracing stages anywhere from Paradise Club in Mykonos, Sky Garden in Bali, Pacha Nightclub in Sydney to Stereosonic Festival in Brisbane, his memorable and energetic sets split him apart from the herd. Sitting on an arsenal of original material with releases forthcoming on Ministry Of Sound Australia & Lucky Records, AJC is a name you are bound to hear a lot more in 2015