There are a few artists with the moniker "Someone Else." 1.) Someone Else is Philadelphia's Sean O'Neal, co-founder of the Tuning Spork and Fuzzy Box record labels. O'Neal's production skills are garnering respect among internationally renowned DJs and labels alike, as reflected by his releases on Cologne's Musik Krause label, Tuning Spork, Remains, Hard To Swallow, and others. A stalwart of Philadephia's deep house, minimal techno and experimental communities, O'Neal also co-organized various events, hosting performances by Magda, Matthew Dear, Sammy Dee, Geoff White, Jeff Milligan, Dan Bell, Dinky, and many others. Since 1994, O'Neal has been the force behind his ever-evolving, kitsch-driven electro-pop outfit, Flowchart--releasing dozens and dozens of albums, singles, EPs and comp tracks on different labels from all over the world as well as remixing songs such as Remind Me (Someone Else's mix), a re-envisioned form of Remind Me from big-name electronica duo Röyksopp. A music video was made for this version. He holds several DJ-residencies in Philly and continues to spin and play live all around the country and world, from Russia, Spain, England and Scotland to Switzerland, Germany (including Berlin's infamous Tresor Club), Canada, and most major American cities. When he's not making music, you can find him working at 611 Records--Philly's most popular record shop for dance vinyl. And he continues to write for magazines like XLR8R and other Philly-based publications. 2.) Someone Else is also a melodic punk/screamo group from Antioch, Illinois, thus earning their deserved "Punk Rock From The Boondocks" tagline.