b. Sheree Sarah Brown, 25th December 1955, Los Angeles, California, U.S.A. Los Angeles-based Sheree recorded two albums, in the early Eighties, both for the Capitol imprint. 'Straight Ahead' was released in 1981 and included the songs 'You'll Be Dancing All Night' and 'It's A Pleasure'. 'The Music' followed in 1982 and included 'Happy Music', 'Got To Get Away' and 'On My Way Home' (featuring Stevie Wonder on harmonica). Both albums were showcases for her songwriting abilities, with 'It's A Pleasure' recognized as her finest moment, and later re-recorded by Frances Nero.
Kreatiivmootor are from Tallinn, Tartu, Freiburg and other cities of the world. They combine dadatechno, low-fi-industrial, hysteric folk, free jazz, vocal deathmetal and hip-hop, creepy ambient, minimal post-rock (etc) and mix it all to highly explosive music. Kreatiivmootor are Roomet Jakapi (vocals, electronics), Eerik Hanni (electronics, visuals), Allan Plekksepp (guitar, bass, electronics), Harri Altroff (synthesizer, bass), Maria Lepik (saxophone), Ingrid Aimla (percussions), Kaur Garšnek (solo guitar, synthesizer), Madis Paalo (drums).
The Deadites reign out of Worcester, MA.
Audiovisuals are a band from North-West London. George, Danny and Seb originally came together by having a common interest in music and performing a version of Bombay Bicycle Club's 'Dust On The Ground' at DLD College's 'DLD's Got Talent' competition for a bit of fun. With Danny and Seb already being in an incomplete band, they invited George to join them as joint singer/guitarist along with Seb. George's twin brother, Tom, was soon asked to join on drums. After several practices and quick progression the decision was reached to record as soon as possible.
With the award of a Victoria Rocks Touring Grant in Jan 2008 having propelled her around Australia on national tour, Rosie Burgess has emerged onto the Australian music scene to firmly secure a place for herself and her unique brand of urban folkroots music. Playing straight from the heart, Burgess consistently shows us why she is being called "one of our country's best rising stars" . The release of her album, Humble Pie [MGM/PSR], last year saw Burgess's music hit the national stage, and with radio showing great support for the album...
The return of Inertia Blooms. http://inertiablooms.com/ We're back, and we're making an album. We've been writing it for over a year, tried recording it once and scrapped it. Eventually something will be released, some way, somehow. Mitch Travis - Vocals, Guitar
Tim Hartin - Guitar
Chris Traverse - Bass, Laptop
Adam Betts - Drums
noise heathens, bashing out the psychedelic chaos since 1998. Tons of releases on tons of labels from all over the world. Tours all over the U.S. & Canada. Soundtrack to the Center of the Cyclone inside your head. Birth: August 11, 1998
Members: Jason Finkbeiner, John Schoen, Nuuj, Joe Tunis (1998-2005)
Living With Disfigurement is a Death Metal band from England (London) formed in 2006. Band Members:
~ Eddie Spengler (Guitar / Vocals)
~ Kiran Lakhotia (Drums)
~ Matthew Pitts (Bass) Discography:
~ Living With Disfigurement (Demo) 2006
~ Thrill To The Terror Of Death (EP) 2009 www.myspace.com/livingwithdisfigurement
The Italian true contralto, Sara Mingardo, studied in her hometown Venice at the Academy Benedetto Marcello. She won prizes in some singing competitions, among which the Prize Giulietta Simionato at the 23rd Vienna Competition and the first prize at the Competition Toti dal Monte. Sara Mingardo made her debut in 1987 and appeared since 1989 in the best theatres in Italy, including La Scala in Milan, Teatro Fenice, San Carlo, Teatro Regio, at the Festival of Salzburg, Martina Franca and Switzerland.
Jeff Miller originally was in a band in high school with two other friends from his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. Since then, he has released 3 solo albums and an EP and has moved to Nashville, Tennessee. He often tours the east coast and the midwest, playing more than 150 shows a year. His most recent regular album, Seesaw, was co-produced by Matt Mangano, who also played bass on this album. Nick Buda played drums and percussion on this album.