A successful surgery separated conjoined twins, Horace Glick and Stanley Hodge after some 20 odd years of life together. Each was adopted by different families and moved many miles apart. They lead strikingly similar lives, often defined by their love of music. Neither time nor distance could keep these brothers from reuniting in Lockerbie, Scottland to explore their love of music -- culminating in the formation of Beg.
The White Electric formed in 2008 and consists of Lachlan Scott (Electronic Discharge) and Sally Whiteman.
With their powers combined, The White Electric intends to stomp out some genre breaking Acid-Electro-Hip-Hop-Rock tracks.
The White Electric are currently in the studio cranking hard towards to complete their set of all original tunes to begin performing live in early 2009.With the ability to cut tracks faster than an emos forearm, stay tuned for much more music to come!
Of Finnish descent, but born and raised in California, TIN MAN now has a home in Vienna, a town perfectly suited to his deep and moody productions. TIN MAN launched his Global A label project in 2005. The first two releases, 'Places' and 'Acid Acid', weighed in at three pieces of vinyl each, and showcased his two major musical passions: fragile deep electronica and acid house. TIN MAN has acclaimed releases on the Finnish record label Sähkö / Keys of Life, Cheap Records from Vienna, and continues with new releases on his own imprint, Global A .
There aremultiple artists called Southpaw. 1. A hard rock/heavy metal band from Sweden featuring Mats Leven (Krux/Yngwie Malmsteen/Therion) on vocals, Fredrik Akesson (Talisman/Opeth/Krux) on guitar, John Leven (Europe) on bass and Richard Evensand (Therion/Chimera) on drums. Released one self-titled album in 1998. Some demos are recorded for a second but remain unreleased at present.
2. One is a Danish indie rock band from Copenhagen
Culture Club was a popular 1980s pop group, perhaps most noticeable for their gender-bending frontman Boy George. The other members of the band were Roy Hay on guitars and keyboards, Mikey Craig playing bass and Jon Moss (ex Damned, London, Adam and the Ants) on drums. Their first album, 1982's Kissing to Be Clever, became a major international hit, spawning the hit singles "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" (which went 'all the way' in the BBC-Charts in late 1982), "Time (Clock of the Heart)", and "I'll Tumble 4 Ya".
Chicks on Speed are a female electroclash band, born when Alex and Melissa met at the Munich Art Academy in 1997. Chicks on Speed's core members are Melissa Logan (Upstate NY, USA) and Alex Murray-Leslie (Bowral, Australia), who collaborate with amongst others Anat Ben-David (Tel Aviv, Israel), Kathi Glas (Berlin, Germany) and A.L. Steiner (NY, USA). Around Chicks on Speed there is grouped a large and ever-changing collective of musicians, producers, fashion and graphic artists, designers, film and video makers, and so on.
John Jagos began recording under the name Brothertiger in Toledo, OH during the summer of 2009. He began recording electronic music in 2006 as Monoteque, an experimental project characterized by tribal beats and pulsing synthesizers. Influenced heavily by the electronic sound of Brian Eno and M83, along with the experimental characteristics of Animal Collective, Caribou, and Yeasayer, Jagos recorded many tracks throughout the final half of 2009. After he released the Apache Feathers EP on the Modicum of Silence net-label, he soon began work on the Vision Tunnels EP.
iamamiwhoami is an electronic music and multimedia project headlined by Swedish singer-songwriter Jonna Lee and co-produced with Claes Bj
Jessy Lanza is a Canadian artist from Hamilton, Ontario who has released her debut album Pull My Hair Back on Hyperdub in 2013. Lanza is currently working as a music teacher in her hometown. She studied jazz performance and piano for her bachelor's at Concordia University in Montreal. Despite her degree in jazz, Lanza's main loves are R&B, hip-hop and electronic music, which she discovered through her father.