Swiss hard rock band formed by members of the original Brainticket, Toad's history is obscure and largely undocumented. Their debut is said to be in the realms of Dies Irae, being heavy, bluesy and experimental. Their second album, "Tomorrow Blue" was surprisingly straight hard-rock, akin to Sperrmüll, with Hendrix, Status Quo and R&B influences. Their original lead singer Benjamin Jäger went on to Island. Also, Toad is the name of an underground hip hop artist.
Tight Finks are Avarel (drums,vox), Bix (bass,vox) and Jamous T.B. (guitar, vox) - three punkrockers, hailing from the country of chocolate and purple cows, Switzerland. They like punkrock that was played around the year 1977 and bands like 999, The Vibrators, The Adicts, The Boys, The Buzzcocks etc.
They are together since 1995 and released three LPs:
Tight Finks (2001)
...You And The Tight Finks (2002)
Invited By Tight Finks (2005)
There are at least two acts with this name: 1) A singer / songwriter from Switzerland. He recorded his debut album "The Tragedy of Being Honest" in 2005 and signed at B&B Records Sweden. In 2007 he released the album "Beauty Queen" featuring Heidi Happy & Sophie Hunger etc. For more info visit his MySpace 2) A Dutch rock band from the 1970s.
Alexander Nikolayevich Scriabin(Александр Николаевич Скрябин) (1872-1915, Moscow) was a Russian composer and pianist. Many of Scriabin's works are written for the piano; the earliest pieces resemble Frédéric Chopin and include music in many forms that Chopin himself employed, such as the etude, the prelude and the mazurka. Later works, however, are strikingly original, employing very unusual harmonies and textures.
Edd Holmes, better known in the Drum & Bass scene as Optiv, first started his music career in the early 90s working at Dance 2, his local record shop in Guildford. At about the same time he was learning his production skills at SAE in London and also found time to hold a weekend job of assistant engineer at Ministry of Sound nightclub. Having completed his studies, he became a main player for the Drum & Bass outfit Pressure Rise.
There are at least two bands called "The Jackets": 1. The Jackets - Garage Rock (Bern, Switzerland): The Jackets are Jack Torera (aka Jackie Brutsche) formerly the guitarist for the girl group The Mad Cowgirl Disease from Bern and singer of the Zurich combo The Fox, Chris Rosales, an American who moved to Switzerland in 1994 from Los Angeles, formerly the drummer of Voodoo Rhythm Records bands, Lightning Beat-Man and the Never Heard of 'Ems, Reverend Beat-Man and the Unbelievers and The Get Lost (with ex Miracle Workers Gerry Mohr and Robert Butler) and Samuel 'Schmidi' Schmidiger...
Highfish was founded 1996. In 2000 they released a first EP Round Robin, and in 2003 the second EP Ride On was released on Little Jig Records.
The second EP also contained what you could call a "hit-single", namely Rip Tide, for which (only) in 2003 (!) they were awarded with the "Kick Ass Award" from Radio 3fach and in 2004 they received the "Diesel-U-Music-Award" at the M4M Demotapeclinic.
not funny ... but hot! The Clowns are a band consisting of two failed clowns named Frederick Obando (gui/vox) and Dino Castelli (bass/synth/vox) plus a disillusioned pantomime named Eugene Bakarow (drums).
For several years they’ve tried to gain success in circus arenas throughout the world, only to find, that they were not funny enough ... or, in Eugene Bakarows case, failed to live up to familiy traditions.
There's few bands and projects called "Krokodil": 1) Swiss Krautrock group from the 70s; 2) Swedish jazz duo; 3) Resnik experimental metal project; The first group consists of three musicians, two of them from Zurich, Switzerland and an Englishman - Krokodil were an early 70's Swiss-Krautrock group who mixed blues based jam music with psychedelic Indian sitar and tablas. Drummer Dude Durst had been in the popular Swiss 60's beat band Les Sauterelles.