Perth, Australia (2004 - present) Tangled Thoughts of Leaving emerged from the shadows of the live scene in Perth, Western Australia with the release of their 2008 EP, Tiny Fragments. By way of a piano-led amalgamation of prog, metal, post-rock, jazz, and nois - TToL have created a very unique sound. Members:
Formed late 2006 by founder members Lloyd Miller (drums), Luke Yates (Violin + vocals), Ween (Jacob Stentiford, bass + guitar) and James Moore (guitar + vocals). Later complimented by Fiona McBurnie (vocals), Dave Hewitt (guitar + bass) and Roy Medhurst (keys) in early 2007. All members met at Salford University where they all currently study music. They quickly established a somewhat unusual sound, inspired by musicals, heavy rock and ambient soundscapes. They quickly secured a headlining gig at The Night & Day, Manchester on 17th April 2007.
Glenn Branca (born October 6, 1948 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania) is an avant-garde composer and guitarist. Branca studied theater at Emerson College in Boston in the early 1970s. While there, he began experimenting with sound as the founder of an experimental theater group called Bastard Theater. He moved to New York in 1976. His first encounter with the NYC music scene was with the N.DoDo Band whom he observed many times at their rehearsal space- Phil Demise's Gegenschein Vaudeville Placenter. This is where he first met jeffrey lohn who was playing electric violin with the N.
We are a band from Brisbane, Australia. We have been inspired by lots and lots of different bands along the way and continue to be inspired by new bands and the ones that have been long forgotten. Please download all of our stuff: http://tothenorth.bandcamp.com/
http://tenzenmen.bandcamp.com/album/lustre Members are currently playing in
Quiet Steps, Epithets, Little Shadow, Make More and Still Rain Fell
STAER’s Happy Meal is comprised of 100% distorted, octave-pitched meat patty, two piercing blastbeat high-gluten buns, fresh saladcore and our house cunt-o-matic dressing. Choose between high-fat ringmodulator or cold filtered noise. STAER first spread its counter-cultural wings in 2008, and has since been hailed by various noise acts both locally and internationally. STAER use guitars and drums because they want the best.
The Dismemberment Plan is an indie rock/post-hardcore band formed in Washington, D.C., United States on January 1, 1993. Also known as "The D-Plan" or "The Plan," the band's name comes from a stray phrase uttered by the insurance salesman in the popular comedy Groundhog Day. The band members include Eric Axelson (bass), Jason Caddell (guitar), Joe Easley (drums) and Travis Morrison (vocals and guitar).
There are at least FIVE bands called AD:
1.) AD is a 'mathmetal/hardcore' band rom L.A, in the vain of bands like Botch, Deadguy and Disembodied, whilst also showing sludge and crust influences in their music. 2) AD is a music project by Jarbas Agnelli and Waldo Denuzzo, from Sao Paulo, Brazil. Jarbas is a film director, owner of AD Studios. Waldo is his partner, producing soundtracks for most of the spots directed by Jarbas. In 2001, they released their debut album, AD (Trama). Jarbas produced and directed 4 music videos for the band, "Tools", "Contact", "Get Down" and "Call my Name".
Circle Takes the Square (often abbreviated CTTS) is a band from Savannah, Georgia, USA. The band formed in 2001 as a four-piece and after their first two releases they lost a guitarist but gained another in late 2004. What listeners tend to notice first about the band is the loud screaming of both male and female vocals that often function in a kind of call and response. Skillful, chaotic drumming coupled with intense, highly technical bass/guitar work have served to separate the band from most others in the screamo genre.