MARCH 7th 2013

Update 22.2.2013

















9 years ago, back in February 2003 in Montmartre (Paris, France), Pedro Winter aka Busy P created Ed Banger Records, home to Justice, Sebastian, Mr Oizo, Feadz and more. The rise of the label has been something of a phenomenon, with its artists touring worldwide with DJ and/or live performances at sold out venues, each appearance always long awaited and celebrated like the coming of the messiah by thousands of kids from each and every part of the world. Drawing on the street energy of hip hop, rock’s explosion and the hypnotic compression of techno music, but remaining open to all other influences, the sound of the label, mostly electronic and saturated, has become a trademark, registered worldwide. The revered roster and SO:ME’s post-cartoon imaging are practically pop culture icons, especially within the world of new media (blogs, forums, social networks) where Ed Banger remains at the top of their game.














Originally from Paris, feadz with his solid dj background worked with mr oizo on his first album analog worms attack and produce a few ep’s on ellen allien’s german label : bpitchcontrol. Now he’s mostly working for ed banger , solo and on the uffie’s adventure,and still bangin the clubs in the whole world with his ‘hors pair’ selection and technique.

















Who is BOSTON BUN ? « I started to play bass guitar at 13, then I discovered Electronic music at 17, and he took me 10 different bands and projects to finally find my way. » Boston Bun, a 25 years old producer and DJ from Paris, finds his way in House Music. « My main influence is House Music, especially Vocal House, everything between 120 and 125 bpm that talks about pleasure, love and desire. With a big warm bassline »Everything started with a mixtape project called « LEAN HOUSE ». The idea was to compiled and mixed some edits of the favorite house track of some of his favorite producers and DJs, chopped & screwed style. A couple of months after his remix of Maelstrom’s « HOUSEMUSIC » was released on Sound Pellegrino, and defined the Boston Bun’s aesthetic. « I build my music as I would build a club. A club where you feel good, where you meet people, where something special happens. I try to recreate both the mood and the acoustic of this ideal club » Mid 2012, Boston Bun meets Pedro « Busy P » Winter and makes him listen what he was working on. Now they share a studio together, have couscous for lunch everyday.





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