Born and raised in East Orange, New Jersey, Eugene Williams, also known as Eugenegenay, is an arranger and composer who writes and publishes his own original music. He has a unique way of jamming on the strings of the guitar; people say he has a style of his own.
Scott Joye* has written many songs. The artist describes his sound as unique, powerful and rhythmic. Some of his musical influences are Michael Jackson, Prince, Kenny Lattimore, Janet Jackson, Gladys Knight and Bono.
'something_Blue' is a track from Mogley Miroma's newest album 'floo&smoo'. This song in particular came from the artist's need to create something he has not captured yet.
J-Treole are a quartet from the London area who fuse Jazz and Hip-Hop to create a fresh, live-sounding mix on their debut CD, entitled "Minor Details". Immediate comparisons may initially and inevitably focus upon the influence of Philadelphia act The Roots, who arguably invented the concept of a rapper backed up by a live band - if, that is, one may ignore for a second the influence of earlier pioneers such as Gil Scott-Heron.
Born in Heilbronn, Germany in 1973 Kawamura is half German and half Japanese. He relocated to Japan a year later when his family moved to Tokyo. Through studying at a German school he kept a firm link with his birthplace and at 21 he returned to German soil with a sampler in hand to supply the world with his drum heavy sampling technique.