wreaths is michael r. donaldson is drones is noise is field recordings is made in bedrooms on sometimes broken equipment...wreaths is lo-fi and flawed and weathered and sees the beauty in the imperfect and grainy and those tiny sounds that crack and hiss and hum...
Daryl Groetsch has been creating numbing drone, noise and ambient music with handmade synthesizers since 2002, and has an impressive portfoilio of CDrs, tapes and vinyl releases.
There are two known bands called Avarus 1. Avarus was formed in Tampere (Finland) year 2001 by a bunch of people from Tampere. They are considered to be the most important group of the finnish free-folk scene. Most of them were members of bands Anaksimandros and Pylon. After that our group has gotten larger and looser, but the spirit is still the same. People have come from other groups like Kiila, Munuaissymposium 1960 and Kemialliset Ystävät.
Fursaxa is Tara Burke. Formerly a member of the Siltbreeze band Un, Tara started her Fursaxa project in 1999 after Un disbanded. After being a long time resident of Philadelphia, Tara decided to leave the "city of brotherly love" for the touring life. So from April 2005-April 2006 she toured extensively throughout the UK, the USA, and Europe with friends and fellow musicians Jack Rose, Sharron Kraus, Alexander Tucker, Christina Carter, Marcia Bassett, and Spires That in the Sunset Rise, to name a few.
There are at least four bands named "Husky":
1. A downtempo duo from Poland
2. A rock band from the United States
3. A rock band from Australia
4. An indie rock band from Mexico 1) Polish electronica-downtempo duo consisting of Patrycja Hefczynska (vocalist/writer) and Jacek Dojwa (composer/producer). Their music is influenced by such artists as Björk, Craig Armstrong, Amon Tobin, Telefon Tel Aviv, Portishead and Lamb. They released two LP's: "Czy słyszysz?" (eng. Do you hear) in 2002 and "Zgadnij" (eng. Guess) in 2006.
Splitting their time equally between being awesome and being busy, these five good time dudes have been jamming with each other and rolling with safety off for years, exploring the joys of heavy, lo tensile string vibrations and big, clever and funny over-amplification. Constantly losing speed and any contrivance towards motif/refrain induced empathy, they've drawn on the cosmos sustainable feedback resources...
Naked City was an avant-garde music group from New York City, New York, United States led by saxophonist and composer John Zorn, performed from 1988 to 1993. The ensemble was notable for remaining unconfined to any musical category, juxtaposing unrelated styles of music often within individual compositions at breakneck speed. Its music incorporated recognizable elements of jazz, grindcore, surf, classical, thrash, country music, punk rock and other genres. Carl Stalling has been cited as an influence on Zorn and the work of Naked City.