A38 Night/Life

Seven Lions (Owsla, Monstercat / US), Umpire (Circus Rec. / AT), Beatman & Ludmilla, Palotai, Myamo

Jeff Montalvo (born March 31, 1987), known professionally as Seven Lions, is an American record producer, remixer, instrumentalist and DJ from Santa Barbara, California. Active musically since 2010, his music combines styles as diverse as trance, dubstep, drum and bass, glitch hop, and electro house. He has released five EPs, multiple singles, and official remixes for record labels such as Casablanca Records, OWSLA, Viper Recordings, Anjunabeats, Republic Records and Monstercat.

Ludmilla

Ludmilla has been one of the most successful and most versatile female breakbeat DJs for the last 9 years in Europe. In long time partnership with Beatman (creating the Beatman & Ludmilla formation), they have dozens of international releases and movie soundtracks under their belts.

Their distinctive style got into shape by more than one thousand DJ appearances and live shows all across Europe (Hungary, Poland, Germany, Austria, and Romania). The Beatman & Ludmilla sound is identifiable by the adaptation of the classical instrumentation and the progressive, more dance-orientated breakbeats.

Their works were retouched by the biggest names such as Aquasky vs Masterblaster, Backdraft, Shiloh - just name a few. These tracks were released on the scene's hippest labels like Aurium Recordings (Max Graham, Ozgur Can, Benz and MD), Vinyl Addiction Breaks (Fingerlickin's sister label), Cut'n'Run (UK no1 bootleg label), I-Lectrik, CHI, or Positiva's Medcab bootleg-imprint.

DJ Palotai

DJ Palotai probably does not need any introducing. He has been awarded for many years and many times as the best dj. With his almost two decades of huge experience he has been regarded as the the „most repected Hungarian underground” dj. His style is simply impossible to describe, plays drum and bass just like Britney Spears, bossa nova or bangra – what eventually suits best the mood.

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