Christian Del Moral was born January 1, 1986 in Ceuta, Spain. At the tender age of nine he discovered techno and felt the urge to create electronic music. He grew up in the age of the cassettes and CDs and began experimenting with samples and remix session recorded with an analogue mixer, cd players and a tape recording device at 14 that he bought with his father for both to experiment with. He was part of many different bands, playing guitar and using various samples and normally spent his whole summers shut in a garage producing the music that him and his bandmates were creating.
Unencumbered by genre, papertiger creates aural representations of thoughts and moods through processed synthesizers, electric guitar and samples. On "plural mine", her debut EP, papertiger combines disparate influences into a release that is at times both comforting and unnerving.
White Town is a techno-pop act (actually only one man, Jyoti Mishra, born in Rourkela, India, on July 30, 1966; Mishra has lived in the United Kingdom since the age of three), often regarded as a one-hit wonder for its 1997 song "Your Woman", which sampled a 1930s song called "My Woman" by Al Bowlly, which was featured in the Dennis Potter drama Pennies From Heaven. This single was often known not by its name, but by the title of the EP it originally appeared on - ">Abort, Retry, Fail?_".
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)