Albert Hammond, Jr. (born April 9, 1980, in Los Angeles) is a musician best known as the guitarist for the rock band The Strokes. Outside of the band, he has released two solo albums. The son of Gibraltarian-British songwriter Albert Hammond, Albert Jr. was sent to the elite boarding school Institut Le Rosey in Switzerland at the age of 13. While there, he met Julian Casablancas, who would go on to be a fellow band member. In 1998, Albert met up with Julian in New York City and together they formed a band with Julian's former schoolmates: Nick Valensi, Nikolai Fraiture and Fabrizio Moretti.
There is more than one artist referred to as Children of the Night. Most notably, Children of the Night are a hip hop collective. peep their mixtape: http://mishkanyc.bandcamp.com/album/queens-revisited … Alternatively Children of the Night consists of Energy singer Tank, and High Fives mastermind Mike Rendini's Acoustic/Doo-Wop influenced/Horror Punk Project: Formed in the Fall of 2004, Children Of The Night from southeastern Massachusetts began by doing complex renditions of Misfits songs.
Members Kool Keith, Ced Gee, TR Love and Moe Love released their debut album Critical Beatdown, produced by Paul C., in 1988 and inspired the world of hip hop with their original sound of unorthodox sampling, polysyllabic rhymes, and bizarre lyrical imagery. Kool Keith went on to work with many other groups and solo projects including The Cenobites, Dr Octagon, Masters Of Illusion and Dr. Dooom Their work has been often sampled, most notably in The Prodigy song "Smack My Bitch Up"
Cory McKay (born 1970 in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn) , better known as Cormega or "MC Cor", is an American emcee best known for his vivid and poignant narratives about inner-city life. Cormega came up as part of the early-'90s Queensbridge, Queens, New York scene that also fostered such name acts as Nas and Mobb Deep, among many others (not to mention the preceding generation of artists affiliated with Marley Marl and the Juice Crew).
There are two artists named Meanstreak: 1) Meanstreak is a legendary female thrash metal band from New York, formed in 1985. They recorded one full-length album called "Roadkill", which is considered the best female thrash metal album of all times. Although they never reached world fame, in the circles of thrash metal fans, they earned an status of pure classic.
Meanstreak played some gigs as the supporting act to bands such as Manowar, Overkill, Motörhead, Anthrax, and Dream Theater. Last known lineup:
Peter Bailey Biography: Peter originates from Staten Island, New York. Over the past few years, he has established himself as a solid producer and international dj. His sound ranges from tough tribal to deep and sexy encompassing his wide array of influences. He has been involved in the New York dance music scene for over ten years. Due to the techno and acid house surge that hit NYC in the early 90s his earliest DJing experiences had him playing along side heavy weights such as Joey Beltram, Kevin Saunderson...
There are 11 artists using the name "Manifest": (1) Norwegian technical-thrash/death metal band.
(2) heavy/power metal band from the USA.
(3) Russian rap artist.
(4) Korean-American rap artist from Virginia.
(5) Manifest is also the alias of a Dutch drum 'n bass dj.
(6) Hardcore punk band from Romania
(7) Death Metal band form Switzerland
(8) Death Metal band from The Netherlands
(9) Hip-Hop band from Slovakia
(10) All-Male Chorale group from the USA
Cibo Matto is a New York City-based band formed by two Japanese women, Miho Hatori and Yuka Honda in 1994. Despite being based in the US rather than Japan, they have strong links with the shibuya-kei scene in their use of sampling and mixture of trip-hop and rock, but stand out amongst other such artist for their particularly strong use of Latin and South American music. Cibo Matto is an Italian phrase that means "crazy food".
Sad Boys are a Brooklyn, New York band featuring members of Nomad, Question, Zatsuon, PUTRIDA, Long Pigs etc. They've released a demo on 2012, a self-titled E.P. in early-2013 on Toxic State Records, and an E.P. titled "Cry Now ... Cry Later" on Pogo & Cry Records. Link to demo: