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A  Adam Freeland

Andrea Lai

Andrea Parker

Andres Octavio

Arthur Baker

B B.L.I.M

C Crystal Method

Cut La Roc

D D.J. Baby Anne

Dj brownie

DJ Die

Dj Neo (1st Break)

Dj odeed

DJ Psychotoxin

Dj Rap

DJ Ripple

DJ Soundamind

DJ Specter

DJ X-Factor

Dusk

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F Force of Habit

FreQ Nasty

Fresh

Future Funk Squad

H High Eight

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Hyper

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K Kemek the Dope Computer

Kenny Dope Gonzalez

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Kraymon

L Lee Burridge

Lennie Laws

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LTJ Bukem

Lynt (Karl Stanton)

M  Mars

Meat Katie

Miss Bliss

Momu

Mumonkan

N NPherno

NuBreed

P Pako & Frederik

Peo de Pitte

Pilgrem, Rannie

Plump Dj's

Prodigy

R Radioactive man

Rafiq, Salim

Rhoca

Ricky Stone

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Shiloh

Simon Patterson / Fractl

Sonz of Mecha

Sp4c3r

Stabilizer

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Stisch

Stone People

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Switchshift

T Terminalhead

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The Mind Theory

The Rising Unity of Bassworx

Tipper

Tsunami One

Two Lone Swordsmen

U Uncouth Youth

V Vigi

Virtual Mode

W Waveform
Plump DjРеальные имена чуваков "Lee Rous and Andy Gardner" The Plump DJ's, have caused some serious waves in the dance music over the past year. They are being tipped as the next Basement Jaxx/ Chemical Brothers and everyone seems to want a slice of the action.

They have recently done a DJ mix covermount CD on 140,000 copies of Mixamg, their biggest selling issue ever and achieved Pete Tong's 'Essential Tune' with their remix of The Elektronauts 'Bumper' on Lacerba. Since releasing 'A Plump Night Out' their success has soared. They have achieved Mixmag 'Breaks compilation of the year'; Pete Tong's Essential compilation album; album of the Month in Wax and M8; profile pieces in Muzik, Seven, Knowledge, and I-DJ. They achieved No.1 in DJ magazines Breaks and Beats chart with their album samplers for an amazing three issues and won second place overall for the year 2000. In Wax and M8 they got Single of the month as well as constant Cool Cuts and Buzz chart positions. In Seven they made Essential Breaks tune for 'Fever'.

Inspired by the title of a top shelf girlie mag entitled 'Plumpers', Lee Rous and Andy Gardner made friends and the Plump DJs were born. It would be nice to say that before making music, the Plump DJs had glamorous jobs - but we can't. Before the duo met Andy worked in a cardboard box factory and Lee was a waiter at a Berni Inn. The music started as a hobby and after a number of excursions and collaborations, the two found their oats at the Finger Lickin' stable.
However, the first Plump DJs release, the much sought after 'Y2K:Chunky Plumps' (1988) exists only as a one sided white label with just 200 copies in the world. The second Plump DJs release was the almighty 'Electric Disco/ Plumpy Chunks' in November 99, which paved the way for the massive new tune 'You Will Remember My Name/ The Push', which made Muzik magazine's 'Vital Release of the month', with only 20 copies in existence! Andy has also recorded as 'Bowser' and 'Cut & Paste', a collaboration with The Freestlyers' Matt Cantor. Lee has recorded under 'Dat Bratz' with Billy from Zero B, and 'Freshly Breaked' with DJ Massive.

Since then the Plumps have been locked away at Laboratoire Plump, their Soho recording studio. They have remixed everyone from BT, Orbital, The Freestylers, Mint Royale to the chart bound classic Stakker Humanoid and Judge Jules' tune of the week JDS Nine Ways. Their productions are proving so popular that Phil Hartnoll of Orbital called the label to say it was the best mix they have ever had! Subsequently they have been support DJs for both recent tours. They are now stopping remixes to concentrate on their eagerly awaited artist album, due for 2002.

So popular is their sound that their music has been used on a Levis commercial, two Sony Playstation games as well as providing backing music for Grandstand, Ski Sunday and Sky Sports. Support from radio has been overwhelming. They have achieved essential new tune on Pete Tong, had guest mixes on all Radio shows including the Essential Selection, Annie Nightingale, Marie Ann Hobbs 'Breeze Block', James Hyman on XFM, Capital Radio and even host their own show on Kiss FM on a regular basis.

The Plump DJs are about to tour with Orbital as the support act, at the same time staying faithful to their other monthly residency at the U.K's number one club Fabric. That's as well as appearances at Friction, Funkt, (London), Blowpop (Bristol), Big Beat Boutique (Brighton); Bugged Out events around the country and guest spots around the world, including a tour of Australia and Singapore. Their crazy schedule of DJ'ing worldwide has kept them very busy. Tours of Germany, New Zealand, Japan and Canada and the US are in the pipeline for 2002.

Rumours of the Plumps' latest collaboration with skiffle band 'The Warblers' have been denied, although Lee and Andy both admitted in a recent interview, to being personal friends of The Warbler's drummer Pat Poom and guitarist Buddly Dave, and have reportedly been seen jiving in community centres. "We've known them for years", said Lee, "But their music is just not our bag."'



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