Theme and incidental music for the British sci-fi series "Doctor Who". Songs for the new series revival are composed by Murray Gold.
Noisecontrollers consists of 2 fulltime producers: Bas Oskam and Arjan Terpstra. Founded in 2005 both with a totally different musical background but with a great preference for Hardstyle (in every shape that is). Their First release was on DJS-Records called “Wanna Freak You” and their second release “Creatures” already on the big Fusion Records. In 2007 their popularity grew strong and they started to perform their live act (including their own MC.
“ Noisy electro-rock! HKBO are my new favourite Mexican band”
Keytars & Violins
"The Hong Kong Blood Opera is a mind-blowing, ear-melting, blast-furnace, band from Hermosillo, Mexico." "The Hong Kong Blood Opera are the new ÜBER-band from Mexico."
Reeperbahn Festival 08 (Hamburg Germany) "HYPE: It's what's next: HONG KONG BLOOD OPERA.
THERE WILL BE BLOOD
Synth-punks fight their way out of the Mexican
Meanstreet Magazine (CA) Aug,08 Hong Kong Blood Opera: Favorite SXSW'08 band by KVRX Student Radio
Paul Blackout (Paul Rayner) Paul started going to 'raves' in 1993, and after collecting many recordings of various radio shows, he started buying records, and a little while later, his first set of decks. First he played old school techno and breaks, stuff like early Moving Shadow and Formation, along with Edge Records, Rabbit City, Bonzai etc etc. After hearing Wedlock's "Acid Rain" on Ruffneck, he got the bug for hardcore, and went on to play hardcore techno, such as Ruffneck, Twisted Vinyl, Rotterdam etc until he got into some harder traxx too.
There are at least four Victims: 1)The first were a seminal punk band from Perth, Western Australia, in 1977-79. The band's members were Dave Flick (Dave Faulkner) on guitar and vocals, James Baker (drums) and Rudolph V (real name Dave Cardwell; bass). Baker and Cardwell had both been members of The Geeks, formed in early 1977 with Ross Buncle on guitar and a vocalist known as Lloyd. That band had soon folded, but with Faulkner on guitar and vocals, some Geeks songs were revived by a new band, The Victims. Faulkner, while in The Victims, referred to himself as Dave Flick.
Still Breathing's music draws liberally from the hardcore elements of Turmoil and Vision of Disorder, the moody atmospherics of Deftones and the precision, ten-ton-hammer metallic fury of Sepultura, Meshuggah and labelmates Living Sacrifice while retaining an identity that is remarkably unique. The just-over-one-year-old band has crafted an album worthy of a band that's been around ten times as long. Vocalist Dacey's growl is far more formidable than one could fathom by merely looking at her.
Random Conflict began life in late 2005 and started the long process of writing, rehearsing, recording and working as hard as possible to play the music they love. Throughout these two years, countless shows across the length of the UK, including two full UK tours, have seen Random Conflict sharing the stage with the likes of All Shall Perish (USA), The Chariot (USA), Becoming The Archetype (USA), MyChildren MyBride (USA), Knights of the Abyss (USA), An Albatross (USA), Eternal Lord, Azriel, Centurion...
Born and bred in Dallas, Texas, the members of Slowride compose an infectious punk sound similar to the likes of Jawbreaker and Pennywise. They're also rockers with a sweet side, deriving catchy fun melodies. The band — which is composed of Dan Phillips (guitar/vocals), Rob Marchant (bass), and Steve Visneau (drums) — hooked up with famed indie producer Ed Rose (Appleseed Cast, Brandtson, Get Up Kids) to record some songs for their Deep Elm debut in late 2001. The fruit of those sessions was As I Survive the Suicide Bomber, issued in February 2002.
#1 - Rock band from Virginia Beach. #2 - Italo Disco group which released the 'Magic Electronic' 12" on Harlekin Records in 1984. #3 - Canadian synthpop band from the '80s. #4 - New Zealand Electro-dance band from 80's whose single ‘Pulsing’ spent four months in the local charts.