Born Gold is the high-energy, beat-driven songwriting project of Canadian pop experimentalist Cecil Frena. Caught in an unusual dialogue between future-leaning electronic music, harsh noise and mainstream pop, Born Gold conjures stuttering, blown-out and chopped guitar peals, erratic, bubbling synth arpeggios, sparkling drum machine peals and bursts of meticulously processed digital noise. Oh, and hooks, hooks, hooks.
James Murray is a composer, music producer and multi-instrumentalist. His productions combine delicate sound design and manipulated acoustic recordings, and tend towards a low-tempo, reflective aesthetic. The critically acclaimed debut Where Edges Meet was released on Ultimae Records in 2008 and forms the centre-piece of a small, considered catalogue released internationally over a seven year period.
The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra is one of Scotland's foremost traditional music organisations. The Orchestra was formed in 1980, deriving its origins from Fiddlers’ Rallies which were – and are – held throughout Scotland. After one of these Rallies, a group of enthusiasts met to consider the formation of an orchestra which would draw its members from "a’ the airts" and would form a cohesive, vigorously rehearsed group of musicians.
Complicated relations with the new members of the band and regular thoughts about the gathering new music material were the main reasons of creating a new project by Ivan Malezhik (ex-leader of Light and Day) – Weloveyouwinona. Remained in the influence of such artists as Jeff Buckley, Radiohead and Bob Dylan, and also dealing with his personal author’s sense, Ivan Malezhik continues to write solo material in English, paying special attention to the lyrical aspect of the songs, which - in distinction from a lot of contemporary bands - is full of heartfelt motifs and...
There is more than one artist with this name. 1) Spectrum is a project of Peter Kember, a British musician more usually known as Sonic Boom, and founding member of the band Spacemen 3. Sonic Boom's first solo album, Spectrum, was recorded in 1989 while Spacemen 3 were still together, and featured the other members of the group. However, when Spacemen 3 disbanded in 1991, Kember recruited new musicians for the group Spectrum.
(Note: For more information on Ramleh and Broken Flag records please visit: www.myspace.com/ramleh and www.brokenflag.com) History: Ramleh started out as a power electronics group in 1982 by Gary Mundy of Broken Flag records. He added Bob Strudwick and later replaced him with Jerome Clegg. Ramleh recorded some of the earliest, and heaviest examples of power electronics with many releases and live performances, including the classic "Return to Slavery" album. The original phase of the band ended in 1984.
Vocalist and keyboard player with, among others, LCD Soundsystem and The Juan Maclean. She also contributed on Soulwax' 'Any Minute Now' as a guest vocalist in 'NY Excuse' and for the Nite Versions version of 'E-Talking'.
The Dear Hunter is the full-time progressive rock project of Casey Crescenzo, formerly of post-hardcore band The Receiving End Of Sirens. The band got its name from the lead character of the story that he wrote to go along with the music. The sound is unlike that of Casey's former band, with musical roots deep-set in the progressive rock genre and utilizing a wider variety of instrumentation. The band began as a side project of Casey Crescenzo when he was full time member of the Boston, Massachusetts band The Receiving End of Sirens.
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