Cid Rim:The world of Cid Rim circles around the boundless magic and mythical formulas of funk. When speaking of his influences and musical socialisation, the 25 year old producer and drummer of JSBL inevitably ends in the 70ies of the past century. Think of the JBs, big band sounds √É¬° la Stan Kenton or the drum breaks, which widely opened his personal doors to funk.Through constant exchange with his band colleagues Dorian Concept and The Clonious he sharpened his producer skills and also pushed forward into hiphop and experimental electronica. While startin'¬ī as an enthusiastic sample digger his current works unfold a tempo-independence, a playful and interlaced sound, shifted with deep chords (he just can'¬Ä¬ôt resist). A hybrid of programmed beats and analogue drum patterns meets razorsharp grooves and monumental power-steps.In the style of a quarterback he ambitiously connects all team parts into a homogenous unit. Cid Rim, he wears the number 8.The Clonious:Imagine running into The Clonious, that dude equipped with three headphones which directly interact with his musical epicentre. Think about an irresistible moment when a complex organic-mechanical clone process starts. A clone process which manifests in his very own, cartoonish superhero.The Clonious, heavily engrossed in details and obsessive perfectionism is the protagonist of an offbeat and '¬Ä" above all '¬Ä" fictional concept. He elegantly puts together the apparent inconsiderable and the clearly essential elements, subsequently he breaks '¬Ä" music - into rhythm and harmonies to reach a point at which it is incontrovertible to discuss the perception that jazz is the mother of it all.A soulsearcher and vinyl aficionado who wouldn'¬Ä¬ôt mind to know how to smash a breakdance in a jam packed club, usually he ticks out without being asked anyhow though. He proved his qualities as DJ and producer during the Red Bull Music Academy 2007 where he jammed with the likes of Theo Parrish, Tony Allen, Ron Trent, Steve Spacek and Waajeed. Furthermore his debut longplayer "Between the Dots" hits the streets which received great attention and reputation all over the world. In 2009 he got signed to San Francisco based Ubiquity Records releasing his debut longplayer '¬Ä¬úBetween the Dots'¬Ä¬Ě which received great attention and reputation all over the world. In 2010 he teamed up with his labelmate Cid Rim for the split EP '¬Ä¬úFull Nelson'¬Ä¬Ě and served a fine blend of various uptempo styles plus a collaboration with tremendous Detroit Vocalist Paul Randolph.Ultimately, his fresh and undogmatic approach gives a discreet hint about his young age. And that'¬Ä¬ôs what'¬Ä¬ôs up indeed. To say it with a keeganism (note: Kevin Keegan, former english football legend): Young Clonious, he'¬Ä¬ôs young.Full Nelson is a split EP of viennese producers Cid Rim and The Clonious who served his debut on L.A based label Ubiquity Records in 2009. Most notable on the Full Nelson EP The Clonious'¬ī collabo with Detroit Vocalist Paul Randolph (Innerzone Orchestra, Amp Fiddler, Jazzanova).