- Taran & Lomov


Taran & Lomov for more than a decade has been deep into everything connected to music: they run Amber Muse Records, radio production, party organizing and record label company, and devotedly bringing electronic music to people via their online mags Testpress.news and HeedTheSound.com and international radio show (broadcasted in Latvia, Estonia, Finland and Moscow). During the 13 years of organizing events and making music they established good connections in the scene with the likes of Jimpster, Robert Owens, Roberto Rodriguez, Shur-i-kan, Dairmount, Copy Paste Soul, Walker & Royce and their music received recognition and support from such a industry’s big names as Laurent Garnier, Jane Fitz, Nicole Moudaber, The Black Madonna, Tiga, M.A.N.D.Y., Claude VonStroke, Oliver $, Pezzner to name a few. Besides Amber Muse Records Taran & Lomov (a.k.a. Bogdan Taran and Max Lomov) has released their music and remixes with W&O Street Tracks, Manchester Underground Music, Monique Musique, Loco Records, SpaceWalker, Stripped Music, Tohuwabohu, Room with a View and Bid Muzik. In 2010 they also launched dance specialist web-radio DanceRadio.lv sharing their passion and experience in electronic dance music with music fans. Now it's an electronic dance music online magazine Testpress.news (in Russian). Bogdan Taran itself is one of the dance radio veterans in Latvia, he’s been producing radio shows since 1992, was the opening act of Sensation White show in Latvia and one of the very few Baltic DJs who performed at Love Parade in Berlin in 2006. He has been voted No.1 DJ in the country 4 years in a row (2004, 2005, 2007 and 2008). Bogdan has also received a special award by National TV & Radio Council of Latvia for "Dance music development" in 2009. His highly acclaimed radio show Dance Box has been running since 1998 and was broadcasted on FM in Latvia, Estonia, and Moldova until summer of 2016. Currently Taran & Lomov produce weekly Amber Muse Radio show internationally for Megapolis FM in Moscow, Bassoradio in Finland, Raadio 2 in Estonia, Dinamo.FM in Turkey and Radio NABA in Latvia.