Michelle Owen (Sydney, Australia)




DJ and producer Michelle Owen has been closely involved with music for almost all of her life. As a teen-aged electric guitar player and assistant sound engineer in Australia, her world was influenced by grunge and hip hop until New Years Eve 1999, when a Danny Tenaglia DJ set opened her eyes to the artistry of electronic music. Then, her love for house music began. Now, the multi-faceted talent makes Berlin her home, releasing records for Moodmusic and Lost My Dog Recordings, landing gigs at tastemaker clubs like Panorama Bar and Watergate, and hosting her own party, ‘It’s Almost Night’.

In her hometown Sydney, after saving for her first pair of turntables, Michelle became a regular on the local scene, holding down DJ residencies with some of the city’s best clubs such as YU, Sounds On Sunday, Home, Tank and Chinese Laundry. Alongside her burgeoning DJ career she worked behind the counter of Central Station and Savage record stores, hosted a weekly radio program on Rhythm FM and then co-hosted a program with leading Australian DJ Kid Kenobi for FBI Radio. In 2007 she moved to Ibiza to play at various hot spots on the white isle, and later on she moved to Berlin to take an exciting new job position with Beatport.com as well as working with the renowned studio software company Native Instruments.

In 2010 Michelle proudly released her first single “What’s In A Name?” in collaboration with James Flavour on Dirt Crew Records, followed by her first solo EP “Swing It” for UK label Lost My Dog, featuring remixes from Pezzner and Murat Kilic. Soon after, her “Strange Days” release on Baker Street Recordings received rave reviews, eclipsed only by 2011’s “Perchance To Dream” on Moodmusic with remixes by Chez Damier. “Perchance To Dream” shot into the Beatport Deep House Top 20 chart and Traxsource Top 5, received a glowing 8/10 review from Mixmag and garnered influential support from DJs Ewan Pearson, Ashley Beedle, Luke Solomon, Graeme Park, Shonky, Deetron and more. Around this time Michelle launched her own online lifestyle platform Almost Real, and its linked party series ‘It’s Almost Night’, where hip hop, funk, R&B and jazz form the soundtrack of the pre-club party.

2012 has proved to be a monumental year for Michelle so far; she was invited to make her debut at Panorama Bar as part of a Moodmusic label night, Snowbombing festival and Berlin’s Watergate. With momentum well and truly underway, 2012 promises to be the best year yet for this accomplished young talent.






Chinese Flashmob (Isis Salam) (Toronto, Canada)


Chinese Flash Mob is the brain child of former Lead Singer of party rocking canadian duo Thunderheist, Isis Salam. Over the years she has shared the stage with several heavy hitters such as N.E.R.D, Kanye West and in 2009 she performed live on the Jimmy Kimmel show alongside Norega and MSTRKRFT. Although Isis is currently living between Stockholm and Berlin, her latest outfit Chinese Flash Mob was born while on a recent tour of China while admiring the subtle order in a city so chaotic...
Since its conception CFM has already started to garner support from the masses including London DJ and taste maker Annie Mac. The purpose of the Chinese Flash Mob? Transporting the listener into a indie house sweat box where all your problems just seem to fade away. Combining classic house sensibility with just a touch of pop, it's safe to say infectious hooks and heavy bass lines never hurt nobody!

Fade2Black – the first single – is the product of almost a decade long friendship between Isis Salam and eccentric playboy genius Alixander III of Azari III. Co-written and co-produced by Isis Salam and Alixander III, the single comes with remixes that hit every music listener’s sweet spot, whether you’re into heavy deep house or more of an indie dance kid who spend your nights wasted, fist-pumping like your life depends on it.


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