"Songs of Krakow cross-dressing, Greek forbidden times, Chinese martial arts, Baltic Sea sailors. Tangos and balalaikas mingle with sensitive songs about Polish super markets. Black and White cats escape the clutches of Hungarian Nazis." Since there is no better biography I will make one magnificent enough to honour these reborn viking Gods. In 1947 as the treaty of Paris was being signed by happy Western leaders there was a roaming caravan of drunken marxist partisans, signing their own treaty of blood and feather loyalty to the Austrian Hapsburgs.
Lisa Hannigan (born February 12th 1981 in Dunshaughlin, County Meath, Ireland) is an irish singer-songwriter who is best known as the female voice from Damien Rice's best selling breakthrough albums "O" and "9". Lisa also appears on backing vocals on Mic Christopher's album "Skylarking", as well as the soundtrack to "Goldfish Memory" A stunning vocalist, Lisa regularly performs live with Damien.
Ryan is recording his forthcoming album with money from Slicethepie.com ($15,000) The first single 'Secret' was recorded at Abbey Road studios in London and is still in the production stage. Keep an eye on the progress on his website READ THE LATEST INTERVIEW WITH RYAN:
L.A.-based solo artist Shane Alexander is back with Stargazer, the follow up album to his critically acclaimed 2005 independent release, The Middle Way.
The new album, produced by Heroes & Villains, features some of Los Angeles' most respected musicians
24 year old singer/songwriter from Oxford, UK. Ex Theremin (Shifty disco Records) frontman, released his first solo Ep in May 2004 on Beard Museum Records. "Umbrella songs" produced by Andy Lovegrove which received lovely reviews the world over and caught the attention of Nic Harcourt, presenter of cult Los Angeles radio show 'Morning becomes eclectic' on KCRW. A new 5 track ep - 'Pilotlights' - will be released in Febuary 2007 on Big Scary Monsters Recordings...
Huddie Ledbetter (23 January 1888-6 December 1949) was a leading American blues singer and guitarist. His songbook contained a large number of standard folk tunes, most adapted from previous sources. Though many of his posthumous releases list him as "Leadbelly," he himself spelled it "Lead Belly." This is also the usage on most of his original records, tombstone, as well as of the Lead Belly Foundation.
Today, Mike has been dubbed Detroit’s “Ambassador” among the city’s underground music community and those that know him well. This is exactly what makes the Agent the essential DJ. His level of understanding and appreciation in the industry places him at an immediate advantage – one could say that Clark is the anthropologist of the dance floor. Born on the north-end of downtown Detroit and raised on the West side off the infamous 7 Mile Road, to an energetic mother and musical father he was surrounded by the electrifying energy of the Jazz, Funk and the Disco era.
Marie Tueje (pronounced 'ma ¦ ree tway ¦ jay') is a pop singer, songwriter and producer from London, England. Tueje is a Composition major from Sheffield University, in the north of England and plays bass, drums, flute, mandolin and guitar, keyboards and banjo. Born in London, England and now living between that fair city and Barcleona, singer-songwriter Marie Tueje creates music for the heart and for the feet.
(There is also a Polish Rock band called Daktyl, although there is little information available for them).
Daktyl is one of those producers whose name couldn’t be anymore suited in describing his ability behind his productions. Having spent many years playing piano, pressured by his parents he began to learn the craft, which unknown to him at the time had added an assailment of skills to his production belt. Like Daktyl on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/daktylmusic
James Mercer is currently the lead singer/songwriter for The Shins and Broken Bells, a project with DJ Danger Mouse (Gnarls Barkley, producer of Beck and Gorillaz). Prior to The Shins and Broken Bells, he was the lead singer/songwriter of Flake, which later became Flake Music. There is a rare solo recording on January 7, 2004 of Mercer doing some private recordings of hit songs by his band The Shins for a radio station.