Richard H. Kirk (middle name "Harold") is an English musician specialising in electronic music since the 1970s. Richard H. Kirk first came to prominence in the 1970s as a member of the seminal industrial band Cabaret Voltaire. His first release as a solo artist, Disposable Half-Truths, came in 1980 and he maintained a career as a solo artist alongside Cabaret Voltaire until the band's dissolution in 1994. It was during the 1990s that his solo output increased considerably.
Tom is quite new face in the scene but his debut single 'Cubic' was released by Anjunadeep and was also featured on the 'Anjunadeep: 02' comp. 'Cubic' gained awsome amount of support from the likes of: Kyau vs. Albert, Ashley Wallbridge, Marcus Shcössow, Super8 & Tab, Jaytech etc. Born in Lohja, Finland, Tom started his musical life at the age of 10, when he picked up his brothers guitar and started to play. In the age of 16 he found electronic music listening to Gary D. D-Trance collections and fell in love with the music.
An easy-listening trip-hopster similar in style and intent to his countrymen Air and Dimitri from Paris, Kid Loco has an even stronger kinship with the long tradition of French pop characterized by Serge Gainsbourg. Otherwise known as Jean-Yves Prieur, he began playing the guitar at the age of 13 and played in several French punk groups during the early '80s. He moved on to production as well by the end of the decade, and moved on to reggae and hip-hop with a band named Mega Reefer Scratch.
The Ditty Bops is a band from Los Angeles, California that play a blend of folk, bluegrass, jazz, swing music, ragtime and musical theater. They are headed by Abby DeWald (vocals and acoustic guitar) and Amanda Barrett (vocals, mandolin and dulcimer). They are noted for their excellent harmonies and generally playful style and tempo. The Ditty Bops formed in New York City, when Abby and Amanda were on a hunt for a friend's lost cat.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1. Canadian frontman of The Tea Party.
2. A musician from Dublin, Ireland.
3. An American singer and drummer.
4. Lead artist behind the band Idaho 1) Jeff Martin was the lead vocalist and frontman of the Canadian rock band The Tea Party who is currently based in Perth, Australia. After the band broke up in 2005 he launched a solo career, and released his first solo album titled Exile and the Kingdom in April 2006.
Project Serpo are electronica-acoustic-acid-folk band from Newport, bringing a new twist to the baggie sounds of the late 80s to the South Wales music scene.
As a young kid growing up in San Jose, Chris Manak soon realized he needed an escape from the realities of suburban life in the Silicon Valley. The age of nine was his coming of age. This was the year he discovered sports (Pittsburgh Pirates), video games (Pac man), girls (Anita Balderama), and hip hop ("Rappers Delight"). Alongside partner Sweet Steve, young Chris fashioned primitive mix-tapes (using the pause button) and ran amok at the local roller rink.
delphic are the future sound of manchester mixing euphoric electronica with anthemic songs for a post dance world.
The Moving Ninja sound encompasses tight beats which come packed with heavy bass and sinister atmospherics. The style has often been described as 'Sci-fi Dub' - even - 'Robo Grime' - deep, dark, rolling tibal bizniz that mones your mind and feet. Moving Ninja spawned from the Garage Pressure Crew - pioneers of underground beats in Australia. Check also:
Andre Crom from Germany, had an amazing start into 2013: a #1 Beatport Deephouse Charts hit (Teenage Mutants & Hanging On). Besides that, both his label and himself entered the „mostcharted labels/artists of 2012 list of Resident Advisor with # 8 for OFF Recordings and # 40 for Andre Crom. The future does not look bad either: solo shows and label showcases all over the world are confirmed for the first half of 2013, including key events such as Sonar, A.D.E. and several ibiza gigs.