English Heretic is an art collective dedicated to investigating the esoteric landscape of Britain. Part of their findings are expressed in musical projects. In their own words: "It is our task at English Heretic, ostensibly, to maintain, nurture and care for the psychohistorical environment of England. Availed of the services of some of the country's very finest occult archaeologists, astral geographers and mystical toponymists, we aim to help people decode and realise the alchemical ciphers and conspiratorial interplay of the buildings and landscapes around them.
Hans Theessink, a Dutch Blues/Roots guitarist and singer/songwriter. Born in the Netherlands, lived in Denmark and now lives in Austria. In Denmark he is well known in a Danish group called "Theessink, Nalle & Moller", whichearned several Danish blues awards, for example for the "Best Blues Album". You can meet Hans Theessink live as a solo artist, with his Austrian band or with the Danish band all over the world.
Whispertown2000 is from Los Angeles, California. The band is comprised of Morgan Nagler (lead vocals/guitar/songwriter), Vanesa Corbala (vocals/drums/percussion), Tod Adrian Wisenbaker (guitar/drums), and Colt Maloney (bass) and now Casey Wisenbaker. They have toured with several prominent artists in the past few years, including Michael Runion, Johnathan Rice, Margot & the Nuclear So and So's, Bright Eyes, but most notably Jenny Lewis with The Watson Twins and The Elected (featuring Jenny Lewis and Blake Sennett of Rilo Kiley.)
Home Service was a British folk rock or electric folk band, formed in late 1980 from a nucleus of musicians who had been playing in Ashley Hutchings' Albion Band. Their short career is generally agreed to have peaked with the album Alright Jack, which is usually considered one of the finest products of the electric folk genre and has been highly influential on later work. Several members of the band, including most obviously John Tams, have gone on to very successful solo careers and to take part in other significant projects.
Leaves' Eyes is a symphonic metal band with folk metal elements from Stavanger, Norway and Ludwigsburg, Germany. The band assembled in 2003, shortly before singer Liv Kristine was fired from Theatre of Tragedy. Leaves' Eyes currently consists of Liv Kristine (female vocals), Alexander Krull (male vocals, programming), Sander van der Meer (guitars), Thorsten Bauer (guitars/Bass), and Roland Navratil (drums & percussion). Former members include Martin Schmidt (drums, left in 2004), Chris Lukhaup (bass, left in 2007), and Moritz Neuner (drums, left in 2007).
There are at least two artists known as Dizraeli: 1) A Brighton hip-hop poet
Dizraeli is a hip-hop artist with roots in Brighton and Bristol in the United Kingdom. He is part of the group Mud Sun with fellow MC Baba Brinkman and the electronica/hip-hop group Bad Science as well as releasing his own solo records. His debut album was released in october 2009 and it's called Engurland (City Shanties). You can purchase it through http://www.dizraeli.com. http://www.myspace.com/dizraeli
2 ) A gospel group
Flamingods is a four piece multi-instrumental experimental band founded by Kamal Rasool in late 2009 as a bedroom project. Their sound has been described as ethnic pop, with elements of noise, tribal and freak folk. They use a vast array of percussion instruments and loop pedals, often in unorthodox ways. They are based in London, UK. Flamingods have released one self-recorded album entitled 'Waves Waves Waves Waves Waves' and a joint summer EP with Cabaret Scene. Rasool is currently writing and finalizing material for the next Flamingods album entitled 'Sun'.
Singer/Song Writer Liam O'kane plays chilled acoustic ska folk tunes with soulful Vocal Melodies and Harmonies.
Taking influence from the likes of Chris Murray, Babar Luck, The king blues and Bedouin Soundclash.