Comprised of veterans of bands as diverse as Myssouri, Lithonia Power Train, the Positrons, Local Color Movement, and Purplexia, Crybaby emerged from nowhere in early 2001 to quickly become a darling on the Atlanta music scene. Buoyed by a high-profile first-gig and by several self-released EPs, the band made a splash on local radio and in local venues. Crybaby's sound is characterized by a textured, dark, Western sound (think Brian Eno meets a spaghetti western soundtrack!), with a balance of telecaster-twang and lush-layered riffs.
There are, at least, two artists known as ceo/CEO. 1. ceo: A pseudonym of Eric Berglund (of The Tough Alliance). Co-founder and owner of Sincerely Yours records based in Göteborg, Sweden.“Come With Me” is the first single from the forthcoming ceo album, White Magic, which comes out late June on Modular. 2. CEO: A pseudonym of Fatir M. Hidayat (aka Frederick Murl Randle & FMH, born 4 Jan 1971, Houston,Texas). The CEO of Enterprise Entertainment Recording Group, (made in 1998), who has produced several mix tapes, video production and albums for Enterprise Entertainment Recording Group.
There are several artists named "Alexander":
In addition it could be a damaged title listing error for The Alexander. 1. Alexander is the first name of Alexander Ebert, lead singer of Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros and Ima Robot. He uses the name for his solo work and recently released his self-titled debut on March 1st, 2011 in North America. The first single from the album was "Truth".
Two forest travelers, united by the will form the Holydrug Couple. With a minimal formation they managed to create a bluesy exploration, which takes the audience to a psychedelic trance. Like the rhythm of a train, with mid-tempo songs, they provide the audience a dense and misty energy. Without caring much about the contemporary scene they stand up for their own fascination about blues heroes, indian raga and hidden arts.
Swedish Jenny Wilson makes elegant and sophisticated pop music with hints of synthpop. Her self-produced solo debut, Love & Youth, on which she also plays every instrument, was released to much critical acclaim in 2005. Music journalists ranked it as one of the best Swedish albums of the year. As a teenager in the early 90s, Jenny Wilson - born in 1975 - originally wanted to become a writer. At that time she discovered PJ Harvey's Rid of Me, an album that inspired her so much that she decided to give up on her writing career and focus on music.
The Legacy of Scott 'Wino' Weinrich in the world of heavy music is indisputable. In 2010, he turned to his acoustic guitar as a means to drive out some personal demons, resulting in Adrift and a tour to support it. Unusually, this would just be Wino, an acoustic guitar and a driver in a small passenger car, so the task of finding someone suitably laid back and able to live in such intimate and cramped conditions for six weeks fell to Andreas of Exile On Mainstream/Southern Germany. Andreas chose Conny Ochs, who he'd known for some time from his Baltic Coast beach parties.
‘Bad Blood’ is the first single from Dew Process’ newest signing, Ernest Ellis. It’s a little slice of what is to come for this talented musician from Sydney. Ernest Ellis draws a lot of inspiration from the beat poet who took the famous pancake tour of America, Jack Kerouac. That sense of exploration and adventure, and the waywardness of the characters permeates its way through both his music and lyricism.
Featuring ex-members of Tea Elles and formally called The Baths, the Royal Baths are a band from San Francisco, CA that are in the same garage rock scene as bands like Ty Segall, Thee Oh Sees, and The Fresh & Onlys. Unlike those bands, though, the Royal Baths contrast with sunny San Francisco and it's sunny sounds and focus on a very dark and intense form of "stoner" psychedelia, whilst combining other, more melodic elements.
Ewert and The Two Dragons is a folk rock / indie band from Tallinn, Estonia. Their debut album “The Hills Behind The Hills” was released in autumn 2009 and since then they have taken the Baltics by storm. Some critics have titled them as “the crown jewel of Estonian music”, Finnish music magazine Rumba was stunned by their performance at the biggest Baltic music festival Positivus in 2010, calling them “the best band at the entire fest”.