Tech geek, media junkie, writer, and pet-mom to the cutest cocker spaniel and sassiest tuxedo cat in the Midwest.
Christopher Bingham (@stcrispy1)
Composer, band leader, self-canonized saint of flashbacks and household clutter. I've released 8 cds and several bits in film and commercials. Science and art oriented, hedonist, poly boy,
Second Side (@secondside)
Second Side is Sebastian Döller and Fabian Fehrs from Berlin, Germany. The first touch they had with Psytrance was in the middle of 90ties. Sebastian starts his DJ career (DJ Windwanderer) and Fabian was just dancing until he makes his first steps in producing in 1999. After a couple of different projects they founded Second Side in 2014.
The result of countless hours shared in the studio is a thrilling psytrance peppered with melodies that go right into the fingertips and a bass line that force the body to dance. With each track they telling a story that never seems to end.
Kevin Chu (@ikcor)
You know me
Riley Shepard (@rileyshepard)
diana kay (@dkberenz)
Be young, be dope, be proud. Like an American.
Breezy (Brian Lis) (@breezyviz)
Current loves: logarithmic structures, organic materials, corrupt files, and degenerated plastics.
GM Fonseca (@pilvenvarjo)
A Chicana in Helsinki
Pedestal Foods (@pedestalfoods)
Brandon Robertson (@technicolorlove)
A maker of beautiful things. As a graphic designer/visual artist, I enjoy using my hands just as much as the computer. In most cases, I like to combine the two; the tangible and intangible, handmade textures with type in the computer. As a student for life, I continue to soak in inspiration while cultivating my skills.
Kristin Bell (@kristinbell)
Rafat Khan (@squad_activities)
I'm a young music producer and need attention (bad start already). Check my SoundCloud out for some "tunes".
Kate Froemling (@kafroem)
artist. seamstress. craft maker. tea and coffee lover. Enthusiast of bright and bold colors.
John B. Richardson (@golfmann)
Carl Turner (@carldavidturner)
The internal monologue of a ranter, designer, musician, film-maker, world renowned physicist and Time magazine's Person of the Year 2006. All views are my own. Obviously.