Edinburgh, United Kingdom four socially awkward guys from edinburgh, scotland recordings can be downloaded for free from yntl.bandcamp.com enjoy
Aranis is a Flemish quintet, playing music across the borders of classical, folk and (post)rock. They have released four full albums: Aranis (2005), Aranis (2007), Songs From Mirage (2009) and RoqueForte (2010). Depending on the project Aranis is working on, they call upon guest musicians to complete the sound. Aranis:
Liesbeth Lambrecht: violin
Marjolein Cools: accordion
Stijn Denys: guitar
Jana Arns: transverse flute
Joris Vanvinckenroye: contrabass & composition
Starting in late summer 2007 and having numerous lineup changes, FCIC finally found a steady lineup in early 2008. Playing their debut gig in February and been going strong since. The band take the typical scremo structure and mix it up in there own way. With their new EP "Here You Stand Alone" to be released in Summer 2008 and gigs up and down the country planned.
There are 2 bands with the name Flowjob. 1) Flowjob is Joakim Hjørne & Mads Tinggaard from Copenhagen/Roskilde. The project was first started by Joakim at the beginning of 2002 and released that very same year a 12" "Super Duper Supernova"/"Fandango" on German label "Love Sonic Disco". After some time in the studio came the follow up: "Fluff me Tender" on Iboga's famous compilation from 2003 "FX". And it was later that year that the forces reunited and Mads Tinggaard, became a part of the project.
Jono Weaker (Guitar), James Kentfield (Guitar), Matt Buckland (Bass) and Dan Spry (Drums) started jamming together in late 2007 with a more Hardcore sound developing into the whole "tech" genre. They then officially formed as Against The Flood in early 2009 when Matt Church (Vocals) joined and swiftly recorded their debut self-titled EP at Outhouse Studios (Architects, The Arusha Accord, You Me At Six). The writing/recording process took on a new phase with fresh ideas entering the mix and gigs being organised. ATF went back to Outhouse Studios to record a further two songs in Jan 2010.
Last Chance To Dance are a 5 piece tech metal band from Manchester, England. The angular, harsh complexity Last Chance to Dance portrays in its music is far beyond the fact the band was only formed in October 2004. Rhythmical schizophrenic intensity is not hard to find these days but to discover a band that succeeds in making you wince, smile and question in the space of a few minutes is infrequently found.
There are at least 7 acts who have chosen the name ARK: a Norwegian progressive metal band, a Contemporary Christian band, a pop band from Bangladesh, a French minimal/experimental house producer, a British rock group, an American rock group, and another British rock group. 1. ARK is a Norwegian progressive metal band resulting from the friendship and musical collaboration of guitarist Tore Østby (Conception) and drummer John Macaluso (ex-TNT, Yngwie Malmsteen), who later joined up with singer Jørn Lande (Jorn, ex-Masterplan) to record two acclaimed albums.
A State of Flux is a band determined to push the boundaries of modern alternative rock. Their musical style is original, intense, progressive & brooding, falling somewhere in the vast musical landscape between bands such as Massive Attack, Nine Inch Nails, Kate Bush & Tool. A State of Flux was born in 2004 in Melbourne, Australia when vocalist Roni Shewan put her vocal ideas onto a series of songs written by producer Red Black.
Manuel Le Saux started his career in 1989 when he received his first turntables.
One year later he became resident dj at Palladium Club in Rome and stayed there for over 10 years.
In 1996 he
SOLARITY are a DJ and Production duo from London spawned in 2008 from the fresh talents of Alfie Granger-Howell and Nick Harriman. Within a few short months of their initial collaboration, a fresh and exciting sound was developed. Their productions have since caused a sensation worldwide, gaining dancefloor and radio play from some of the world's biggest DJs. Support includes Ferry Corsten, Dave Dresden, Jody Wisternoff, Max Graham and Tiësto.