There are two artists with the name of Lens: 1. Lens is music producer/international FM and Internet radio DJ Ken Spector. Ken began writing music on the piano when he was 6 years old. His first dance music single release, "Let the Light In", was released on Armada/Coldharbour, and later appeared on Markus Schulz's critically acclaimed Miami '05 CD. His debut single received massive international radio and DJ support. His follow up single, "Dusk Till Dawn" was also released on Coldharbour, with remixes from Stalker and Alex Stealthy, and the track appeared on Markus Schulz's Ibiza '06 compilation. His third Lens release is called "Beyond The Shadows", and was be released early in 2008. The track was included on numerous CD compilations, including the Trance Anthems 2008 CD Compilation from Universal Music. The track has received air play/club play from such world-class DJs as Armin Van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Tiesto and Markus Schulz. Ken Spector also sings, and the first release that he sings on is by Italian production team Gilbert pres. dYor featuring Ken Spector, and the track, called "Follow Me", was released by High Contrast Nu Breed in April, 2008. Ken is probably better known for his weekly Spector Selector Chart show, which is heard on numerous FM and Internet radio stations globally. His chart features the top progressive dance music from around the world. For more information: www.lensmusic.com www.myspace.com/lensmusic www.myspace.com/spectorselector www.myspace.com/kenspectormusic www.rotationz.be/new/profiles.php?crewid=32 www.topfm.co.yu/k_spector.asp 2. Based in Madison, Wisconsin, Lens is the newest project by Woodman, an elder godfather within the Second Family Band and Davenport Family circles. For those of us lucky enough to get some of his rare self-released tapes, he also gotten us grooving by the name Mighty Diamond and also simply as Woodman. Woodman may be even more well known for his band Drunjus, a long-running, progressive and oblique drone-based duo with Endless. This latest moniker seems to be an extension of that devotional drone sound that he has been crafting with Drunjus. Though, where Drunjus can occasionally become towering, twisted and even atonal, Lens seems to be sitting completely still and focused in a disciplined meditation.