Letlive originaly hail from Westchester, CA. they describe themselves as progressive/hardcore/soul. singer, Jason Aalon has an alomst falsetto voice offset by heavy metal like riffs and breakdowns. he also screams with such intenstity and urgency not heard by many before. During choruses the whole band sometimes 'chants', sounding like a prosession. their second offering, Speak Like You Talk sees a progression with a healthy balance between their loose-and-reckless moments of intensity and their more subtle and haunting sections with lounging melodies and guitar lines.
Now that his work with The Orb has earned him a place in electronic music history, Fehlmann is afforded the artistic license to transcend all previous boundaries. His musicality and experimentalist drive converge with exceptional grace and system-bumpin' appeal. Granular hip-hop grooves and exotic chord structures interface with bold, synthetic finesse, while his housier inner child locks down some precision dance-floor cuts immersed in fluidly manipulated filtration.
Ella Henderson is a 16 year old singer / songwriter from Lincolnshire, England. She is one of the contestants on The X Factor (Season 9, 2012) that wowed the judges with her heart-rending tribute she had penned to her late grandfather. Mel B: 'Whoever, or whatever you wrote that song about those words, I’m sure, hit a chord with everyone. Your song writing is so clever. It made me go into my own little world, and go, "Oh my God – I felt like that at one point".
Mr Thing is a British hip hop producer. He is a former member of the Scratch Perverts. He has worked with such artists as Yungun, Doc Brown and Devise. Mr Thing is also winner of the DMC Scratch Championship 2000 and current holder of the DMC World Team Scratch Championship with The Scratch Perverts.
There are at least 4 bands with the name Bandwagon:
1. Japanese rock band
2. North Irish rock band
3. Thai rock band
4. Johnny Johnson and the Bandwagon 1. The Japanese Bandwagon formed in Japan in 1999.
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2. Bandwagon are a three-piece rock band from Lisburn, North Ireland.
Marcia Hines (born July 20, 1953) is an American-born singer who achieved great success in her adopted homeland of Australia. She is best known for her hit singles in the 1970s, and as a judge on Australian Idol since 2003. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, she moved to Australia to play a featured role in the Australian production of Hair. Hines was then approached to play Mary Magdalene in the Australian production of Jesus Christ Superstar. Hines became the first black woman to play Mary Magdalene, and achieved a second major success.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Based out of the wildly diverse Los Angeles music scene, Dynasty is a collective in the grand tradition of of all that is grand and glorious in old school hardcore. With a dynamic new album entitled Truer Living With A Youthful Vengeance on the verge of being released on Strike First Records as well as an upcoming tour with Call To Preserve, Dynasty is sure to leave a lasting legacy in this year of 2011.
An interesting minor soul performer, Mason initially focused on songwriting when she entered the music business in her teens. As a performer, though, she had a huge hit in 1965 with her self-penned "Yes, I'm Ready" (number five pop, number two R&B), a fetching soul-pop confection that spotlighted her high, girlish vocals. One of the first examples of the sweet, lush sound that came to be called Philly soul, she had modest success throughout the rest of the decade on the small Arctic label, reaching the pop Top 40 again in 1965 with "Sad, Sad Girl."
Hearing Kristina Train for the first time is nothing less than a revelation: her sunny, easygoing demeanor and youthful good looks belie the heart-wrenching power of her voice. Train’s Blue Note debut, Spilt Milk, is urbane and soulful, lush in its arrangements but intimate in its emotions, built on a foundation of classic and deeply felt southern soul. The title track unfolds with an almost cinematic grandeur, its string-laden chorus swelling with widescreen melancholy.