The Ghost of 29 Megacycles is an Australian trio based in Perth and Melbourne bringing us their personal brand of sweet ambient electronic droning. Read more: http://theholylotus.blogspot.com/
There is more than one band called The Herd. 1. The Herd is a hip-hop group from suburban Sydney. They have released four full-length albums since 2001's self-titled debut. Unusually for a hip-hop outfit, The Herd's full band format permits dynamic live shows. The Herd's members include MCs Ozi Batla, Urthboy and Berzerkatron, Unkle Ho (beats), Traksewt (piano accordion, clarinet and beats), Sulo (beats and guitar), Toe-Fu (guitar), Rok Poshtya (bass) and singer Jane Tyrrell. Their songs often feature politically-oriented lyrics.
John Peter Farnham (born July 1, 1949) is an English-born Australian pop singer. Domestically he has remained one of Australia's best-known performers over a career spanning more than 30 years. He is the only Australian artist to have a number one record in five consecutive decades (echoing Sir Cliff Richard in the United Kingdom). Between 1982 and 1986 he fronted Little River Band. Born in Dagenham, East London, United Kingdom, Farnham spent the first years of his life in England before migrating to Australia in 1959.
Hunz is a three-piece electronic pop band, spearheaded by Brisbane-based electronic musician and producer, Hans Van Vliet. With a background in music programming and motion design, Hans pulls his notes out of a binary soup of ones and zeroes, hand-crafting synth patches and beats from scratch. The result is a mix of pulsating, glitchy electronics and ethereal vocals that hint at the sinister, but succumb to the pleasure of pop hooks instead.
Four piece from Brisbane, Australia with shoegaze, garage, post-punk, electronic and dub influences. Formed in 2011 by Danny Venzin and Chris Campion and later joined by Michael Whitney on bass and Liza Harvey on drums, they were one of the first releases on Australian experimental pop label Lost Race Records.
It’s been a little over a year since this Sydney Progressive hard-rock band established themselves as Breaking Orbit, and it has been a year of tremendous growth on a personal and national scale. Breaking Orbit began 2010 supporting Australian music heavyweights such as Cog, Dead Letter Circus and MM9, as well as sold-out home town headlining shows, and an array of trips up and down the east coast of Australia in support of the 2009 EP.
Several artists and bands have used the name "Dark Matter": 1. Dark Matter is a Hip-Hop group from Sydney made up of 2 MC's Labyrinth and Ovahand 2. Dark Matter is electronic side-project by Helios Creed (ex-Chrome) 3. Dark Matter is one man black metal band from Washington, United States 4. Dark Matter is a Progressive Metal group from England 5. Dark Matter is an online radio show by Dave Navarro on Moheak Radio at http://www.moheak.com/
Chris Fatouros (born 1983) is a singer-guitarist-song writer from Melbourne, Australia. Performing and singing since childhood, Fatouros's main interest had always been classic rock & folk. He is known for his raw and soulful performance style, strong vocals and multi-instrumental skills. Fatouros's music is strongly influenced by a wide variety of artists, such as Crosby, Stills & Nash, Gillian Welch and Neil Young. Aside from solo work, Chris has performed with original band SoulHarmoniX, with cover band Mister Speaker, in a jazz duo with a pianist and in a duo with a percussionist.
"An accordion driven exploration of sinister histories, Doomed Bird of Providence bemoans the fate of those whose names and fates have gone on to form folk legends; from the red barn murders, to the first European to hang themselves in Australia, there is no crevice too dark for this mans intense lyrical vocabulary to expose. A dark, but splendid journey!"
(Mutebox) "THE DOOMED BIRD OF PROVIDENCE ...