Labels:Denovali, Cyclic Law ++ Montréal, Canada (2007 – present) A U N are a shape shifting Montreal based band, that melt the boundaries between psychedelic, electronic, ambient, industrial and doom music. AUN have performed at such diverse festivals as: Mutek, Roadburn, Wave Gothic, Victoriaville, Swingfest, while releasing numerous praised albums with such labels as Alien8 Recordings, Important, Cyclic Law, Oral and now with german experimental label Denovali.
Angel Eyes can refer to one of three bands: A. Angel Eyes is a five-piece sludge / post-metal band from Chicago, IL formed in the year 2003. Releases:
cd -Something To Do With Death ('05)
cd -...and for a roof a sky full of stars('07)
split LP with A Fine Boat, That Coffin! ('08)
cd/lp Midwestern ('10) Members: brendan - guitar / vocal
Todd - guitar / vocal
Nader - bass guitar / samples
Ryan - drums www.vanfuckingcleef.com
Battered rose as a thrash metal onslaught from the demise of viking metal pioneers Einherjer. Formed in 2004 by Gerhard Storesund (drums), Frode Glesnes (guitar) and Aksel Herl
Wil Bolton is an artist working predominantly with sound. His work combines electronic tones with digitally processed acoustic sounds including field recordings and musical instruments. He has exhibited in a number of exhibitions, including A Thing About Machines, Coventry (2009), Trading As
Pascal Savy is a sound artist living and working in London, UK. Using his laptop as well as field recordings, Pascal
Fusionmetal - A relatively new and unexplored genre in the world of metal. Exivious isn't an over the top math metal band and certainly isn't a loungy jazz combo either. But expect everything in between! With a jazzfusion backbone Exivious uses freaky metal riffs to decorate their organic eruption of free improvisations and complex rhythms. Guitarist Tymon comments: "We finally managed to transform a vision I had a long time ago into 9 intense and fiery songs. There's an immense amount of information in there that will definitely take more than one spin in your CD player to comprehend!"
Deaf Center are collaborators Erik Skodvin (AKA Svarte Greiner, Xhale, Solitaire Albread) and Otto Totland (AKA Supine, Nest), operating out of Norway since 2003. Old classmates, they finally decided to write music together and ended up creating the Neon City EP, soon followed by the full length album, Pale Ravine. http://www.deafcenter.net
William Basinski (Houston, 1958), a New York-based classically-trained clarinetist and saxophonist, specializes in compositions for loops and drones. He began experimenting with compositions for piano and tape that created a melancholy ambience via looped and overdubbed melodies with Variations - A Movement in Chrome Primitive (1980), released on Variations - A Movement in Chrome Primitive (Durtro, 2002 - Die Stadt, 2004), and A Red Score in Tile (1979), released on A Red Score in Tile (3 Poplars, 2003).