This is Quench a project from the Funcken brothers Don and Roel, known as Funckarma, from Holland. They make atmospheric electronica with crunchy hip-hop beats. Quench is also the producer CJ Dolan’s best known and most commercially successful moniker. >> his ’94 dance anthem “Dreams” redefined trance and cemented Quench’s place in world dance music history. licensed all over the world it sold a million copies, went Top 10 on the mainstream charts in France, hit #2 on the UK dance charts and top 20 in the mainstream chart.
El Ten Eleven is a Los Angeles-based instrumental rock duo consisting of Kristian Dunn and Tim Fogarty. What separates El Ten Eleven from their musical peers is that they are only two musicians on stage creating pounding landscapes of sound with no laptops or sequencers. Dunn switches off (sometimes mid-song) between a double-neck bass/guitar and a fretless bass, while his feet dance on an extensive floorboard of looping devices and effects pedals. He plays everything live, loops himself and juggles all the layers of tracks on top of each other.
Ghostwood are an alternative rock band formed in Sydney, Australia in 2006. Ghostwood members are Gabriel Navidzadeh (lead vocals), Paddy Harrowsmith (guitar), Tom Crandles (bass), and James West (drums). Still in high school, the band were signed to Modular in late 2006 for a one EP deal and are heavily influenced by bands like Oasis, The Stone Roses, Joy Division and My Bloody Valentine. The band used to be called The Ghosts, but changed their name to Ghostwood "because 7 million other bands already have the name 'Ghosts'".
There is more than one artist with this name:
There are five artists with this name
1. Willow Smith, an American pop singer
2. An American instrumental group
3. A Belgian indie rock band
4. An American singer/songwriter
5. A Dutch rock band 1. Willow Camille Reign Smith (born October 31, 2000 in Los Angeles, United States) is an American child actress and singer who is the daughter of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith. She made her acting debut in 2007 in the film I Am Legend, and was most successful in the film Kit Kittredge: An American Girl where she won the Young artist award for Best Performance in a Feature Film.
Pain Is A Narcotic is a four piece depressive suicidal black metal band hailing from Mount Barker, South Australia. PIAN deals with lyrical theme of suicide, depression, nature & destructive intent. Rhythm Guitar & Vocals: Livl
Christ. is a Scottish solo electronic music artist. His music has been notable due to the melancholic nature of his sound and lush soundscapes he uses in them. There is no religious meaning in his name; rather, it is an abbreviation of his real name, Christopher Horne, which also explains the period which is an official part of his handle. Christ.'s music is often likened to that of fellow Scottish electronic group Boards of Canada.
Ulver (Norwegian for “wolves”) is a multi-disciplinary musical trio from Oslo, Norway. The band was formed by Kristoffer "Garm" Rygg in 1993, and their current members are Rygg (vocal, programming), Jørn H. Sværen (misc.) and Tore Ylwizaker (programming, piano). Since their first folk metal/black metal release in 1993, Ulver’s style has ever been changing by combining elements of experimental, electronic and ambient music, avant-garde, rock, trip-hop, and their own genre-defying innovations.
*Skylab is comprised of U.K. DJ Mat Ducasse, producer Howie "B" Bernstein (Howie B), Japanese recording artists Tosh and Kudo (Melon,LOVE T.K.O.,J.O.Y.,Major Force etc.) and vocalist Debbie Sanders. Their first album, #1, is a forgotten classic. Nominally a trip hop or 'chillout' record, it's really far more ambitious. Beats and some low-key turntablism bookend excursions into lowercase soundscapes, vintage synth manipulation, ambient, impro and dub. Howie B's production bathes everything in a warm bass glow. Holds up brilliantly nearly 15 years later. Dig it out.