Bob "I-will-tweak-the-shit-out-of-the-friggin-bits" Humid, is an addicted perfectionist. Some would say he is totally anal when it comes to object-based audio-editing & production deepness, but his fans just mainly enjoy the acribic effort and his filigreeish soundwork where every track has a new set of very personal high-tech sounds and moods. Bob pushed MIDI-blocks and EQ-buttons since 1987 when he favourised a very sexy KORG DS-8 to a boring motorcycle that his careing parents had planned for his 18th birthday. Yes, we really didn´t hear much since his highly-acclaimed IDM / Drill´n´Bass german double-release "Twisted repairs / Despairs" back in 2001, but the silence is a deceiving one: Besides being a mastering-ear for a couple of cologne-based labels, an occasional sound-designer for Native Instruments and a tight Remixer & Producer running his new Toyhouse "Fat Of Excellence", he is currently working on a sick 12" for NY-based Co.Ad Audio (Unit's, Velapene Screen's & Datach' I's Label), producing twila.too´s debut album, plus he might blew your amp with his forthcoming Suburban Trash / Serve & Destroy album "Second Wind Phenomenon" which he has announced to be "one hell of an electronic visual-acoustical Sci-Fi-ride featuring some very special guests not to be so much expected..." Out on 15th of May 2006.
Children eating Samurai mathematician Bogdan Raczynski remixed for Suburban Trash (One - The Loneliest Number), is working with UK's Rephlex label and performing around the globe. A jewel for this genre!
Bong-Ra's trademark 'jungle rock' style has been moulded over the past 7 to 8 years to become a recognizable and addictive sound. Although his compositions and tracks may vary there's always an adrenaline rush of some sort buzzing around. Mostly recognized for his part in the 'Yardcore' or 'Raggacore' sub genre, his tracks differ significantly and crossover ranges of styles which have played a part in his musical development, be it Metal, Gabba, Jazz, Rave or Jungle ... and so on. Most important is the energy and mood of each track produced, and the vibe surrounding it.
Latest signing to the Bohnerwachs artist roster coming straight from the north. He created an outstanding album that really puts you in the mood of jumping around and whistling to the melodies. Emotionally warm and happy music for sure. Everything from slow to fast, dubby to rocking and... its just not your standard experimental IDM tracks! So better keep an eye on this swedish electronic producer who's all new to the game but surely won't dissapoint.
Joseph Fraioli creates a deviously crafted patchwork of carefully sewn rhythms, sonic contortions and delicate melodies, his debut (Rec+Play), Called "One of the decades most impressive albums" (Dave Segal, Alternative Press), (Rec+Play) put Datach'i on the map as one of electronic musics' most deft producers and most novel, demented and fearless voices. (Phil Freeman, Alternative Press) said "A creative standard for electronic music." flashing forward and looking back, bouncing off the walls and beating on the door, Datach'i sees things as they appear and discovers what they are. Over the years he created an amazing discography with releases for labels such as Caipirinha, Klangkrieg and Planet µ. Describing his own sound as: "Dead people falling off heavy machinery while having sex" you can be sure this wont be the last time you hear New York‘s battle mastur falling off heavy machinery!
Co-founder of Bohnerwachs Tontraeger in 1999. His debut EP was released on Suburban Trash the same year. Enzym creates so called "Frickelsound" using f.e. an A100, the Doepfer Regelwerk and VAZ.
Having played numerous shows and working on music since quite a long time Escape Now! is one of those who lives far away and outside, isolated from the smog and dust, crime and youth movements in the bigger cities. He creates his dark yet beautiful electronics in a recordstudio 2 floors under where he sometimes just walks in, locks the door and comes out (totally desorganised) after some days ... or even weeks. In a weird state of trance ideas pop into his mind (so he says). Once this process' started he physically connects cabels to his body and records waveforms. Waveforms he shapes and triggers and later uses for the creation of his music. His debut 12" (St.Anorak) was produced within the last 3 years and mirrors his creativity and interest in electronic music. He's definitely a one to watch and who knows, you may have met him already ...
"Geroyche comes up with his own sound, lots of high frequencies, broken beats, unusual dark sounds. This must be the future"
Respected polish artist with a very dynamic and clean sound ranging from Hardcore to Breakcore over Noise all the way to some nice Electronica! He's also part of Kielce Terror Squad.
Japanese electronic wizard Joseph Nothing was one of the remixers for Naoto's stupid works 96-00 (Summer Snow EP). Also check the highly acclaimed album releases he had with Planet µ.
Real men do not dance. Is Karsten Pflum a real man? His music lies somewhere in the borderland between hard DnB, playful twisted electronica, and soulful soundscapes. He has made electronic music for the past decade, released records on various independent labels, and played numerous shows around Europe. Currently he lives in Copenhagen and studies electronic music at the Academy in Aarhus. In 2007 he will debut on the fine Bohnerwachs label ...
Nawoto Suzuki recorded under his Meaning of Nonsense moniker for Bohnerwachs a few years ago. This Tokyo based musician also produces Hardcore and Speedcore, released a ton of records for labels such as Fischkopf, SixSixtySix, Dead End, Hot Trax and many more and runs his own label Teikoku Records.
It all began many years ago ... founder of Suburban Trash Industries with all its subdivisions and producer of hard edged cut up rhythms. Releases and liveshows spanning around this world, current actions can be found on this website here or on myspace!
Mike Paradinas remixed "One - The Loneliest Number" under his Rude-Ass Tinker alias (Sti008.7) in 2002. One of the key figures for the electronic music scene and mastermind behind the well known Planet Mu label.
Really want to know how many records Lasse Steen has put out so far? Individual of a thousand pseudonyms ... most famous for his hard and distorted Choose tracks. He recorded for Russian Roulette and appeared on Sti005CD. He nowadays is into dark stomping techno tunes.
The Society Suckers make frantic, precisely arranged psychedelic pogo trash music. Born out of a frustration with emotionless dance music, 1997 saw their debut "Anti-carnivore" on the Berlin based Kool.Pop label. Their live shows blend focused turntable skills with emotionally charged gear tormenting - it's a manic combination of Breakcore opera, Rave hooks, pogo anthems and structural mayhem. Already requested some years ago now is the time for their Ravetastic Breakcore debut on Suburban Trash ... watchout for Sti024 coming this spring!
The brothers John and Paul Healy, collectively known throughout the world as Somatic Responses, are still native residents of a small industrial mining community snugly located in the southwest region of Wales. Somatic Responses are into complex dislocated & broken beats, distorted intelligent constructions, fascinating sonic structures, force and sweetness intertwined.
An appropriate biography for Benn Jordan (the man behind The Flashbulb, Flexe, Q-bit, Acidwolf, and countless other pseudonyms) would be in the form of a stock ticker constantly scrolling up to date information on his multiple careers and endeavors. He is well known around the world in electronica for his abrasive trademarks multiplied with a level of diversity that makes just about anyone’s head spin. His catalog of releases is so extensive and obscure that there is no place on the internet that can accurately and completely list them. It also seems that Benn has replaced sleeping with film composing, and has recently mirrored his accomplishments in the film industry. But don’t be intimidated by his amount of work, the quality-for-quantity rule does not apply here. Pick any album out of this long discography and you’ll find that it has its own place, and sometimes its own genre.
Dj Scud from the depths of South London and Ambush fame did a catchy Rude Boy remix on the "One - More Remixversions" flip. When he records as Dj Scud you can be sure of his precise and noisy terror rhythms and so its no wonder his sonic beat mayhem has found its way into many dj cases ...
Mr. S. Pants (aka Unit) can write an album in his sleep - literally. Practically writing music in a slumber due to an unending battle with fatigue, Unit has managed to put his semi-conscious visions to sound.
One of the very prolific producers of modern electronic music whatever you call it. Remixed "One - The Loneliest Number" for Suburban Trash.
Running a label, setting up shows and touring, touring, touring ... this all seems to be X&tricks everyday life. That kid loves music and loves to make the girls go wild. Being a constant force when it comes to bringing new talents over to Belgium and yes, the boy’s very busy and already started to write new material so you better keep your eyes wide open. The story has just begun ...
Japanese Hardcore pioneer from the early days. Was involved in the Out of Key project and later worked on straight Hardcore choones as well as experimental broken Beats as featured on Sti005 and Sti007. RIP!