1.) Dutch Death Metal band XENOMORPH was founded in 1992 emerging from the underground scene in The Netherlands. Their most steady line-up became: DeTombe (vocals), Coert Zwart (guitar), Kreft (guitar), JRA (bass) and Marc Bomber (drums). They most likely got their name from the "scientific" predicate given to the aliens starring in the Aliens movie series. Their lyrics are mostly about evil, Satan, and other dark and occult stuff more than once inspired by the work of artists like H.R. Giger and Sir Ridley Scott.
I, Ludicrous is a two piece popular music ensemble formed in London in 1985 by John Procter (b. 1957) and David Rippingale ("Will Hung") (b. 1956). The band sprang to notoriety at the end of 1987 when their debut flexi release ('Preposterous Tales') reached Number 11 in John Peel's Festive Fifty. I, Ludicrous are still producing music today and play occasional live dates, primarily in London.
"JDP's flow is infectious and the beats are bangin' and, really, what else do you need to get people going?" -URB Magazine" Chicago Music Artist JDP, has been making music since 15. From selling mixtapes out of his backpack to having his "Air Raid" project placing him in URB Magazines Next 100 issue in 2009. In 2006, while attending Columbia College Chicago, JDP formed Flyy City Media Group with partner Jay Torres, and built a buzz performing with major recording acts such as Rich Boy, Shawnna, Cap-1, GLC, Yung Joc & HotStylez, The Cool Kids and Gemini.
British synth player, born December 10, 1958. Enjoyed success on the underground dance scene in the early 80's before breaking into the mainstream with "19", an international smash which spent five weeks at number one in the UK. In the latter half of the 1980s he specialised in tv soundtrack work. He made the theme tunes for Top of The Pops and Saturday Live, popular British entertainment shows. Paul now records mainly under the pseudonym Jazzmasters. Early tracks of note include the popular 'Rain Forest' and 'King Tut', both were big dance hits in the U.S.
Anthony Bianco is a drummer, percussionist and composer born in New York City, the son of a drummer and the grandson of a guitar player. Growing up in New York City he could experience the greatest sounds in jazz. He remembered seeing Elvin, Mingus, Art Blakey, Woody Shaw, Miles, Liebman, Tony Williams, Dexter Gordon, Ron Carter. This intensified his love for this music. He got a steady gig in New York City in a warm-up band in a famous comedy club called Catch a Rising Star.
Lead singer and main song-writer Sarah McLeod formed the band in late 1994 with guitarist (and her guitar teacher at the time) Chris Tennent, drummer Paul Berryman and bass player Stuart Rudd. They were originally called Hell's Kitchen before changing their name to The Superjesus on the eve of the 1994 Big Day Out in Adelaide. Says Paul Berryman of the name: "It was basically just a piss-take on commonly used words in the 90's.
Rockethead is stirring up the electro-scene since 2008 with a blend of vintage sounds & modern technology. 2012 saw the release of "At the Busstop" on Red Robot Records / UK &
"Crazy People" on Chocolat Soul Records / Spain Some remixes of Rockethead-tracks can already be found throughout the Internet and propell their way further into the terran cyberspace. He's the guy for a night full of colorful music, always walking on the thin line between science-fiction & the swinging charm of the twenties.
Higher Frequency is a North London based band mixing elements of electronic music, disco house and funk with traditional songwriting, edgy guitars and captivating melodies. Bored with the typical power-trio rock cliche and determined not to be yet another indie/dance guitar band, they aim at producing music that can make people move but at the same time be very expressive. www.myspace.com/higher.frequency
Sirius: (1) Portuguese Black Metal band 1998-2002; (2) German Trash Metal band; (3) Norwegian rapper from Vestfold; (4) Greek Uplifting Trance artist; (5) Hong Kong Hard Rock Band (1) The black metal band Sirius was formed in 1998 and eventually attracted the interest of Samoth (ex-Emperor, who signed the band to his Nocturnal Art Productions label. Classic symphonic black metal is the order of the day here...