Man about town and UNDR ctrl agency’s Paul Stix has been in and around the music business for almost 15 years, making it easy to dub him as one who knows his stuff.
If the mere thought of no-fuss, chilled house beats has you feeling all warm and fuzzy, then don’t go searching beyond Love Ojensa and Tim Soderstrom, the clever masterminds behind Swedish production duo FRANSKILD.
Perth via London duo KITO & REIJA LEE treated listeners early in the year to ‘Starting Line’, a tune testimonial to their sleek electro-pop ways.
There’s no better story to tell of hard-work equating success as one of UK duo’s, BONDAX.
It’s time to shuffle along and make some room at the dinner table – the I OH YOU label family have a new member, a songstress named MONTGOMERY.
Sam O’Neill aka TCTS has made a name for himself as a fresh UK producer leaning towards garage and house vibes.
Yet to fail with the quality of tunes released by this Melbourne producer, OSCAR KEY SUNG and CASSIUS SELECT recently put their creative minds together for the track ‘Wanna’ which in equal parts showcased the two artists’ musical traits in the one wondrous package.
There’s a very good and undeniable chance that a little tune that goes by the name of ‘Let Me Love You’ made it into your top three dramatic sing-a-longs of 2004.
Few months back, our ears were treated to ‘Arm Up’, the fruit of SWICK, LEWIS CANCUT and TKAY MAIDZA‘s musical labours.
The ladies of KITO & REIJA LEE have won over listeners world-wide with their brand of electro-pop balladry, with recent tracks such as ‘Word$’ with ZEBRA KATZ and ‘Starting Line’ embodying this.
Australian-raised and now London-based duo KITO & REIJA LEE came to light with their first collaborative effort, ‘LFO’, pricking up the ears of listeners and none the less some big names in the dance music scene down the track, with SKREAM and DIPLO to cite a couple.
OLIVER may have been thrown around of late with the likes of CHROMEO (having helped the Canadian duo with their latest White Women album), but the partnership of Oligee and U-Tern continue to work by the motto of ‘quality over quantity’, as heard and felt through, ‘Fast Forward’.