Space Cowboy

Space Cowboy started as a Hip Hop Dj who worked his way up to twice Grammy nominated producer and artist for his co-writes on Lady Gaga’s multi-million selling albums 'The Fame' and ‘The Fame Monster’. Space Cowboy also toured the globe with Lady Gaga as her personal DJ and brought a European influence to her shows. Space Cowboy’s album, ‘Digital Rock Star’ is released on Tiger Trax and Interscope/Cherrytree records and includes the single 'Falling Down', produced by the mighty Red One. and has been used in such films such as the Disney smash ‘G-Force’. The ‘Digital Rock Star’ album also includes the smash single (Radio 1 playlisted in the UK) ‘My Egyptian Lover’ which features ‘Nadia Oh’, whose album ‘Colours' is also produced by Space Cowboy. Space Cowboy has also co-written tracks for artists such as John Legend, The Saturdays', and remixed singles for Lady Gaga, Sir Paul McCartney, J-Lo, Fergie and 50 Cent.


Nadia Oh

Nadia Oh first came to attention on the Space Cowboy song 'My Egyptian Lover', which achieved Radio 1 playlist in the UK. Nadia Oh's debut album, 'Hot Like Wow', was produced and written by Space Cowboy (Lady Gaga, John Legend, MSTRKRFT), with the tracks ‘Got Your Number’ being featured in TV shows Ugly Betty and Gossip Girl, and ‘Hot Like Wow’ was used twice in US tv show ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ which lead to it being No.33 in the US and Canada iTunes top 100, and also in the UK. Nadia Oh's  album, titled "Colours", with the song 'Taking Over The Dancefloor' (Kate Middleton) receiving plays on Radio 1, and being "Song of the Day" on PopJustice twice.

Roger van der Zwan is a dj/producer from the Netherlands, working along The Walk for DJ gigs in Amsterdam, often billed alongside Uffie and Feadz (EdBanger), they are serious up and coming DJ's!
Roger's style is unique, new wave of electronic production, sounding like The Strokes jamming with Switch and Tom Vek with effortless finesse.  Roger's debut 'Superb Vintage EP', with limited 12" 1 sided vinyl, already generating a buzz around his sound from previous productions, Roger has caught the attention and support from the likes of Pete Tong, the Loose Cannons and Eddy Temple-Morris, a hotly tipped artist.