"(AbsuЯd) Minds" is a futurepop music band from Germany. Absurd Minds was formed in 1995 by Stefan Großmann (voice, composing) and Tilo Ladwig (composing, programming, sampling). Musically they were inspired by the ebm of the early 1990s. Between 1995 and 1999, Absurd Minds released three CD-rs in limited quantities, laying the groundwork for further developments by the band. After a long creative phase their first concert took place at the Dresden club, "Bunker". As a result of this the band came into contact with "Music Cooperation" who subsequently became their management.
Mostly instrumental band from Oxford, England, UK, featuring the usual drums, guitars etc., but incorporating prominent violin and 'cello lines and programmed samples. Their track 'Giant Robo' was in John Peel's Festive 50 in 2001. More info and free tracks at http://www.therockoftravolta.com/
"memotone's music combines beautiful melodic sound over otherworldly electronic samples and schismatic glitches."
Jenny Newburry, Blackmore Vale Magazine. memotone has been producing music on his own for the last three years but has been playing since he can remember. He plays a selection of instruments but mainly the Guitar, Piano, Bass and Drums and all the childish instruments he picks up from charity shops and Early Learning Centres.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Arizona was an indie rock band formed in Brooklyn, NY. The band is currently on indefinite hiatus. The members are now working on other projects, including Wages (www.wageswages.com) and New Beard (www.newbeardcity.com). Arizona first formed as a three piece in 2005 when founding members Ben Wigler, Nick Campbell, and Alex Hornbake recorded debut EP "The Sun and The Room" which had artwork contributed by Brooklyn artist Deems (www.inaspoon.com).
In a musical landscape often dominated by five minute pop stars at one end and esoteric music at the other, Taylor King is a rare find
From Lubbock, Texas, Butch is one third of the super-group The Flatlanders with fellow Lubbock natives Joe Ely and Jimmie Dale Gilmore.
Hancock has spent most of his career as a solo artist, and made many recordings. His song 'If You Were a Bluebird' has been covered by many artists, the most well-known version being by Emmylou Harris.
This Providence (previously known as Sunday Best), is a four piece pop rock band from Seattle, Washington US. The members of This Providence came together in the summer of 2001 and soon after recorded a 4 song demo CD, under the short lived name of "T minus 1." In 2003 they recorded the better known The Sunday Best EP, co-produced, and self-released (now out of print). While still in high school, they gathered a strong local following as well as some label attention. After graduating, the band released their debut full-length record, Our Worlds Divorce, produced by Casey Bates.
1) Cold World is a Hardcore Band from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.
Featuring members Dan (Vocals), Nick (Drums), Alex (Guitar), Haroun (Guitar), and Derek (Bass). They recently released their 2nd full length, "Dedicated to Babies Who Came Feet First" on Deathwish Inc. Earlier line-ups included Brad 'Bad Kid' Zielen, Dave Foster, and Will Atkin. The Cold World remix albums were done by Nick Woj, who's also a DJ. http://www.myspace.com/thecoldworld
Bristol born Caroline Martin started writing and recording in 1996. At this point in her life she was living on the edge of Wentwood Forest in South Wales. With her dog for company, Caroline drew on her surroundings, the isolation and memories from her childhood upbringing in Yate to write her stories of loss, fear and revenge. Caroline released her debut 5 track EP - Young Tender Rabbit Meat - on her own label in 1998.