Artists on this page have lent their support to the anti-piracy cause because they believe in the services we provide. Artists here have seen first-hand the benefits AudioLock protection brings and now want to share these experiences with you. These industry leaders are experts in their genre and will be happy to answer any questions you may have about AudioLock, and how it can protect your music and drive sales.
Judge Jules, International DJ, Lawyer, Producer & Presenter
Jules first took to the decks in 1987, launching a career that has notched up millions of miles, a legacy of spins of the decks and countless gigs in far-flung destinations, as well as the odd dirty warehouse thrown in for good measure! Jules’ DJ sets are the epitome of what DJing is about - passion and crowd-connection, amazing tunes and a set of hands capable of the most nimble of mixing.
With a list of awards that would make the British Olympic team blush, Jules has earned his place amongst the DJ aristocracy with such accolades as - Best DJ (Muzik Awards), No.1 DJ (Mixmag readers’ poll), Best International DJ (Dancestar Awards), and Best Radio DJ at the Smirnoff Dancestars. Jules also attained the lofty height of no 3 in Dj Mags legendary top 100 Dj’s poll in 2000 and has been a constant presence in the upper levels of the poll ever since.
Judge Jules, or Jules O'Riordan as he’s now known as a lawyer at top music law firm Sheridans knows the issues of piracy from the perspective of producer, label and lawyer making him ideal to help educate the industry.
House Music, Mark Doyle - Fierce Angel
A highly respected international DJ and producer in his own right, Mark Doyle is Director of Fierce Angel, a music and events brand that releases and promotes music worldwide. Fierce Angel's events division perform at parties all over the world. Mark's position involves every aspect of developing the company from A&R and marketing, to performing at his label's events.
Previously Mark was responsible for the founding of Hed Kandi; which is now an international entertainment brand owned by Ministry Of Sound. Originally it was part of the UK radio station Jazzfm. While working for Jazzfm, Mark devised the idea for a dance brand that would appeal to a slightly older, more sophisticated market. In the early days Mark was responsible for all aspects of development of the brand from A&R and art direction to marketing, presenting the radio show, performing at live events and just about every aspect of the business.
Ridney, Cafe Mambo Ibiza resident DJ & Award Winning Producer
Cafe Mambo Ibiza resident DJ and 3 x winner of the prestigious "Essential New Tune" award on Pete Tong's BBC Radio 1 Essential Selection, Ridney has released music with the biggest dance labels; including Soulfuric, Defected, Toolroom, Azuli, Ministry of Sound, Nervous, Size, Spinnin, Kitsune & Youth Control.
As a DJ, he has travelled extensively across Europe. A firm staple across Ibiza, his DJ sets have spanned venues inc Ushuaia, Eden, Es Paradis, Café Mambo, Savannah, Ocean Beach & Space.
His remix of Flo-rida ft. David Guetta "Club Can't Handle Me" featured as part of the UK Chart No.1 single package.
Richard Bright AKA DJ Doctor Feelgood, DJ, Producer, Festival Organiser, Radio Presenter
Inspired by and named after the American Blues and R&B musician William "Willie" Lee Perryman AKA Dr. Feelgood, Doctor Feelgood grew up listening to 70s classics and was influenced by the sounds of Disco and Blues.
Now living in Ibiza he has made an appearance at venues such as Sankeys, Eden, Es Paradis, Ocean Beach, Ibiza Rocks, Pikes Hotel, Ocean Drive and Lamuella to name a few. He loves the sunset scene and has played with Joseph Capriati and Marco Corola for ‘Music On’ at the iconic Café del Mar.
He holds residencies at the very fashionable Mint Lounge, Savannah and at the world famous Café Mambo in Ibiza and he is a regular for Fierce Angel playing across the UK and in Ibiza for the brand.
Emika, Artist, Producer, DJ, Label Owner
Producer Emika is an Anglo-Czech talent who was classically trained in her youth, later discovering the limitless world of electronic composition that would provide the yin to her formative yang.
Her relationship with Ninja Tune saw her support the legendary Amon Tobin across North America on his ISAM tour, and she has since taken her mesmeric live show and DJ sets across the world - performing throughout Europe and in Russia and China. She also performed a live set for Boiler Room Berlin in 2012.
Emika has worked on many collaborative projects aside from her resolutely personal solo material - including alongside Brandt Brauer Frick Ensemble, Marcel Dettmann, Pinch, Jimmy Edgar, Tommy Four Seven and MyMy. She was responsible for gathering the field recordings of the sounds of Berghain for their Fünf compilation and created a track for the collection herself. She has also recorded with the City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra and Czech soprano Michaela Soprano, and has been shot by photographers including Bettina Rheims and Madison.
She launched Emika Records in 2014 in search of freedom and independence, an experience which inspired the imprint's third release: DREI, a full-length album by Emika.
Karma Bertelsen, Marketing & PR, advocate for Women in Music and anti-piracy,
freelance writer, events organiser
Karma has over six years’ experience in the music industry, specialising in international sales, marketing and media. She worked with various artists from Deadmau5 and Calvin Harris to Kelis while she worked for an international business management company. She is currently Marketing Manager for Kilimanjaro Live where she delivers campaigns for bands like the Red Hot Chill Peppers.
Karma received a formal education of the industry when she undertook a degree in Music Business at university. She has experience in the physical and digital retail market, from working in management at multiple HMV stores and promoting HMVdigital. In 2012, Karma joined publisher NewBay Media to work on leading industry title Music Week, whilst also working on its sister titles Audio Media International and MI Pro. For the next three years she worked on the title, its events such as the prestigious Music Week Awards and ran its daily new artist column.
Karma also has experience of working with festivals and has also written for the likes of Pulse Radio, Thrash Hits and DIY Magazine. Alongside championing the music anti-piracy message Karma is also an advocate for Women in Music.