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Inge – The Owl

Inge is a Dutch singer-songwriter who has been
singing all her life. When she was about 15 years old she took some piano
lessons, and after that she started to write her first songs. She also taught
herself to play the guitar so she could use that for song-writing as well. At
the age of 19 Inge started taking singing lessons and started performing in
several musical and opera productions. But besides the classical music, she
also had a passion for the more popular genre, and when she signed in at the
website sellaband.com (april 2008) a new journey began for her. On Sellaband
she uploaded some of her own songs, and the so-called “believers” could make an
investment in her music. And they did! It was soon clear that Inge had fans
from all over the world who invested in her music project big time!

18 months after signing up on Sellaband Inge
reached the goal of 50,000 dollars. She was able to go into the studio and
record her very first album, called “I see you”. This album was produced by
Coen Molenaar, Jeroen Molenaar and Angela Groothuizen. The album was released
in june 2010, and soon after that release Inge got her own band and started
performing.

In 2013, Inge released her second album ‘Heaven
Knows’, again through a fundraising at Sellaband where she raised 19,000 euros
this time.

For more info about Inge, music samples and
photos, visit www.ingemusic.com

Vocals written and performed by Antranita

In the Nineties & Noughties the Brothers Grinn released various tracks under the names Dub-c and Uluvit on various labels, one example being Subfunk Records. They held a few residences most notably GARAGE NATION for Kent venues. As the garage scene dispersed they found themselves drawn to the Electro house scene, House wasn’t a word they were normally comfortable with but similarities between Electro’s bouncy bass-line rhythms and the old garage bounce were drawing them in. Holding Events in Kent such as Elecatech , they didn’t have much time for production….but , as the scene became more minimal and reminded them of the old repetitive house tracks of days gone by they turned their hand to producing again but this time they were trying to incorporate all that they loved about Rave, Jungle, Hardcore, Garage, Breakbeat, Drum and Bass and…Electro. The result is nice !! They have just recently started their own record label ‘Luvdub Records’ to release their material and are looking for local artists of a similar sound to release and unleash