A 'Fling' in Irish musical vernacular is a traditional dance type found in various part of the country especially Kerry, Mayo and Donegal. Often related to a Highland fling, the tune itself has a wild, rugged and restless sound to it denoting an intimate yet rural atmosphere. Fling is also the name of a four-piece band.
A group of articulate, accomplished musicians their interpretations of Irish traditional music and song is ensconced in their love and respect of Irish culture.
There are currently two bands being scrobbled with this name: Murk (metal) and Murk Boys (house). 1. Murk is a one-man project formed in Italy (Sampieri, Tuscany) to play punk-influenced black metal with lyrical themes about death and afterlife.
Lore - Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Drums Live session:
Ambash - Drums (Gum, Turn Back Time)
Andras - Bass (Vidharr, Consummatum Est)
Moerke - Guitar ( Vidharr, Consummatum Est, Mek Na Ver)
Montreal-based DJ and producer Max Graham has earned international recognition commanding the charts with his productions and remixes while shaking dance floors worldwide.
As both producer and DJ, Max has stretched his sound the world over, headlining at renowned clubs and festivals in over 60 countries around the globe. His sound is constantly evolving; Max has the rare ability to masterfully combine pure house music with his own favourite tracks from a variety of dance music genres including progressive and techno.
With his futuristic way of thinking that takes his sound a step beyond, Shlomi's studio works, alongside an exhaustive DJ schedule, are both the key reasons that make him one of the most touted up and coming talents that emerge in today’s scene, with both his production and DJ skills held in high regard by many of his peers. His real breakthrough came in early 2006, when his releases found their way into the charts and playlists of many of the top DJs and magazines...
Hailing from Australia’s capital, Canberra, James “Jimbo” Cayzer’s musical pedigree extends way back to his early years as a pianist and composer. However, at the tender age of 14, Jimbo commenced work on his first digital production and hasn’t looked back since. After the initial success of “Music 101” and his remix of Lens’ “Let The Light In,” Jaytech hit the studio with partner-in-crime Mark Dynamix, and shot to prominence with the release of “Identify Me" in 2004, appearing on the Ministry Of Sound 2005 Annual and dominating Australian radio.
At least six artists use the name Fade: 1. fade is a Japanese five-piece alternative rock band. Current line-up is as follow: Jonathan Underdown (Vocals), Kansei Miyaji (Guitars), 5° aka Shingo Terasawa (Guitars), noriyuki (Bass), rui (Drums). They performed the opening theme song "One Reason" for the 2011 TV animation series Deadman Wonderland. fade have worked with Jason Miller (gODHEAD), Markku Lappalainen (ex.
Since his early childhood in Frankfurt, LPs and singles were his favorite toys. His family's interest in music has played a great role on the growth of his love for music. In 1985, the family decided to move to Istanbul where his career as a DJ was going to begin. His professional music career started, when he became a DJ on one of the famous radio stations in Turkey. Right after showing up in the music scene as a radio DJ, he started to perform at the biggest clubs in Istanbul.