Ostwind

Oliver Schories – Archipel
It must have been sometime between the years 1996 and 1997 when Oliver found out that there was more to discover than Green Day, The Offspring and Nirvana. Starting off with his first own cheapish Turntables and some commercial house tunes, he rapidly worked himself trough a lot of different electronic music styles. Having huge enthusiasm for vocal house in the first place, he more and more came over to techno and in those times the so called “Schranz”-sound which was mainly influenced by Artists like Chris Liebing, Cari Lekebusch and Adam Beyer.

Sun

Leftfield – Swords

Leftfield – Swords
Leftfield (1991 – 1999)
Neil Barnes and Paul Daley, inspired by house music’s many facets formed the production team of Leftfield, working with several artists who were at the cutting edge of dance music. Leftfield were famous in the studio for their remixes of such artists as Adamski and Detroit house legend Kevin Saunderson’s Inner City project. In 1991 their first single, “Not Forgotten” was an instant club hit heard around the world, trademarking their production work on a simple, but cutting edge dance track.

Once upon a carpet

Snap – Rame (feat. Rukmani Devi)
Snap! is a German eurodance project formed in 1989 by Frankfurt-based producers Michael Münzing and Luca Anzilotti. The act has been through a number of line-up changes over the years, but was most successful when fronted by rapper Turbo B, who performed on the UK number 1 singles “The Power” and “Rhythm Is a Dancer”.
Michael Münzing and Luca Anzilotti formed Snap! in 1989 under the aliases Benito Benites and John “Virgo” Garrett III, as they thought that the public had negative preconceived ideas of German music.