Producer / DJ / Label Owner Lenny Dee is one of NYC’s earliest techno and house pioneers. He produced classic UK chart-hitting techno with Frankie Bones (as Looney Tunes), Victor Simonelli (for Nu Groove and Def Mix) and Tommy Musto – including their ‘Fallout’ track – now heard on the video game ‘Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas’. Early on, Lenny worked at Skyline Studios (at the time home of Nile Rodgers), and at Arthur Baker’s Shakedown Studio’s on productions for New order, Brooklyn Funk Essentials, and Al Jarreau among others. At the end of the ‘80s, he attacked Europe with the then new sound of Techno and in 1991 launched Industrial Strength Records, a label that’s included music from Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Laurent Garnier, Manu Le Malin, Cirilo, Zenith, John Selway, Daft Punk, Caspe..
Unexist breaths and lives hardcore. ‘Unleash the Brutality’ he calls it in his own words. "Hardcore makes me loose my anger, pain and aggression. It’s an addiction that’ll never go away."
Francesco is always busy developing his characteristic Unexist-sound.
Mario Malke is what we can call a music geek. Mario's musical interest occurred, as it does to so many, at a very early age and progressed rapidly, so rapidly in fact that it took over his whole life! After his first close contact and exposure to Techno music, Malke found his new love. Malke had become one of the world's biggest names of Hard Techno, playing across South America and Europe, playing to the world's most important and respected clubs / festivals, sharing the stage with the greatest names in the history of Techno / Hard Techno.