Fantomen is a Spanish&Swedish producer that during the last years has been releasing Progressive House tracks with a very distinctive sound that needs to be heard to be understood: deep yet melodic, energizing yet relaxing, aggressive yet warm. This distinct sound, together with his music production skills, has provided Fantomen some huge success so far:
- 3 Top 40 itunes Spain dance charts so far
- Reached #1 in Reverbnation dance charts for Spain
- Several thousands Facebook and Twitter fans
- Several successful releases in Beatport, iTunes and 100+ of other online music portals
- Present in over 15 trance/house compilation albums during the last year
The roots of Fantomen dates back to the early 2000s, when Fantomen learnt by himself how to produce music and managed to have one of his tracks (“Intemporary”) reach #13 with over 50.000 downloads in the extinct MP3.com music portal. After quitting music for several years, Fantomen decided to come back stronger than ever and is poised to continue to release tracks for his fans, but always respecting the sound that has made Fantomen so popular and so distinct.
Fantomen – Australia (Radio Edit)
Micky James is a noted song writer, producer/engineer, musician and actor. He is most widely known for the music included in the hit television show Criss Angel Mindfreak. The highly recognizable “Mind Freak Theme” song was written by Micky James/Criss Angel and produced by both Micky and Jonathan Davis (KORN). Micky’s haunting, enchanting melodies have added an extra element of suspense to the show’s illusion for all 6 seasons. Micky has also created music from 2009 to present for the Criss Angel/Cirque Du Soleil Vegas show “Believe”. Also, Micky’s work was showcased in the 2003 Criss Angel Supernatural special shown on the Sci Fi channel and the 2004 Criss Angel Made in Japan special that aired in Japan.
Micky’s other credits include Carman Electra’s NWWL show (2007). On demand pay per view , Super bowl (2010), CBS NFL Pre games (2010/11). Jets Play off game on CBS (2011). March Madness NCAA (2011) on CBS, MTV Cribs, & Teen Cribs, CMTV Cribs, VH1 That Metal Show (2010/11).
He can also be heard on WWE, HBO, Criss Angel Biography on A&E, The American Country Awards, The Tyra Banks Show, Phenomenon on NBC, Basketball on CSTV, Entertainment Tonight, Parenthood on NBC, Dirty Money on Discovery channel. The Magic Place (Criss Angel’s new Web network).
Micky owns his own studio called Freedom of Speech Recording Studio located in New York, where he currently records and produces. Micky has designed his own signature series of guitars & basses for Carparelli Guitars. Named the “Levitation 7″ that produce a certain unique sound for guitarists who are seeking something a little different. The guitars he designs are also very visually distinctive from any other guitars now on the market.
Micky proudly uses and endorses Ampeg bass Amps, Marshall Guitar Amps, Vox Guitar Amps, Korg Keyboards & software, Carparelli Guitars, DR Strings, IN Tune Guitar Picks, Focusrite Recording Gear, Cad Microphones, GMS Custom Drums, Snap Jack Cables, Pigtronix Effects boxes, Waldorf software, Wallander Instruments software, Softube plugins, Sample Logic Software and FXpansion software.
Currently, Micky has a full plate set for 2011, including the release of a solo cd and the development of a feature movie. He has also just been signed on with InTroubleZone Productions as executive musical production director.
Who The F#CK is Mick James?
JMOTEN BEAT PRODUCTIONS
Jmotens been making beatz for about 13 years. Growing up in a very talented musical family. Starting way back from his grandmother being a beautiful singer and guitarist to his father singing the blues and gospel music, with a beautiful powerhouse voice, that has brought tears to the eyes of many. Also, watching his father pick up instruments that he has never played and over time begin to play them as if it was second nature to him. We’re talking the guitar, the piano, the harmonica, etc. A very talented man. A very inspiring man also. So much that at a very young age JMOTEN and all 4 of his siblings began to sing and became very interested in music but only 3 persued it. JMOTEN and 2 of his sisters began to sing at church, talent shows, etc. In Jr High JMOTEN sang in the honors choir called: Excalibur) and was told by the choir director herself that he had the best voice that she had ever heard in all her years of directing choirs. And, to him that was a great achievment.
As the years passed by…. JMOTEN started becoming less interested in the vocals above the beat and became more interested in the beat under the vocals. He started making beats with whatever he could find. Using his hands and a pencil: Hands as the drum kick and the Pencil for the hats and snares). Paying more attention to what really made people move and got people listening, which is the heart of the song. The BEAT. So….. on Christmas at the age of 18 , he was bought his first beat machine. A gift from his older brother a BOSS-DR5. He then learned how to to play it on his own without a manual. Just by exploring the machine the way he wanted too. Manuals never really made much sense to him. After learning the basics of the DR5 he began making beats and showing them to family, friends, friends of friends, and so on… But the thing about it was everyone really liked them and thought they were fresh. Which inspired him to take his beats to another level! He started getting better at the beats but didnt have enough equipment to give himself more of a challenge. To see how good he really could be.
Becoming more and more frustrated by the fact that he couldn’t get more equipment, he just stopped making beats all together. Until one day he told himself that” if this is my dream, and what I want and love to do, and believe that this is my gift then I have to make this happen for myself”. And so……after years of buying, losing, and selling equipment and mastering his technique. We now have the impressively versatile one and only JMOTEN Tha Beast On Tha Beatz!!!!
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Berklee College of Music student, Liz Lohnes is a singer-songwriter (pop, hip-hop, R&B) from Boston, MA.
Her original songs have received prestigious recognition “Where You Are” was nominated the best hip-hop/pop/r&b song of the year at the USA4Real Awards. “Baby” was recently featured in LL Cool J’s blog, where his daughter Tali chose Liz as “Lady of the Week”. “Vera’s Lullaby” was listed in DJ Cut’s top 10. “Vera’s Lullaby” earned Liz a spot to perform at the annual Women’s Musician Network Concert at the Berklee Performance Center in Boston. “Do Your Thing” was chosen by Serena Williams as one of the five finalists in a worldwide songwriting contest to be Serena’s theme song. “Reaching for the Stars” won her a spot on the 2009 MySpace Music Calendar for most inspirational original music.
Liz’s music ranks in the top 100 for twitter music. And she was nominated for best hip-hop/pop newbie at the USA4Real Awards.
Liz’s has performed with American Idol’s Ayla Brown and at Kimberly Locke’s Block Party. She has performed on big stages including The Apollo Theater, The Berklee Performance Center, Gillette Stadium, TD Bank North Garden, The Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square, Rock the Plaza at Patriot Place, City Hall Plaza, Boston, MA, Six Flags Great Escape, NY, Six Flags, MA, and the Downtown Crossing Summer Concert Series in Boston to name a few.