There are multiple artists that go by the name Goma. 1) GOMA is a Jungle Music producer and pioneering Japanese didgeridoo player. In the 1998 Arnhemland Barunga Didgeridoo Competition (judged by Galarrwuy Yunupingu), Goma received a prize, surprising audiences by being the first non-Aboriginal to be recognized. Since that time, as a solo player, session musician, and band member, he has steadily increased his audience by consistently striving to innovate and expand his musical horizons.
There are two different bands named Trillium, a defunct indie rock band and a symphonic metal band formed by Amanda Somerville. In November 2011 Trillium released their deut album Alloy. Trillium was an indie rock band based in Ottawa, Canada from 1995 - 2002. The members included: Jamie Read, vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboard; Ben Elkin, lead guitar; Dan Abrams, bass; and Jesse Friedman, drums. The band formed after Jesse heard Jamie singing to himself at school and was invited to audition.
Five artists by this name: 1) Olivier Kponton better known under his stage name East was a french rapper born in 1969 and died February 3 of 1996 because of a motorcycle accident. He was born in the Parisian region of France and spent his childhood and youth there. He started his music career by working with famous french rap groups Alliance Ethnik and I AM. He is the co-founder of the label "Double H" along with his friend rapper DJ Cut Killer.
The Musical Box is a Canadian band founded in 1993 known for staging near-perfect re-creations of famous Genesis shows from the 1972-1975 era. It is the only band officially licensed by Genesis and Peter Gabriel. Ever since their start in 1993 they have been perfecting their Foxtrot, Selling England by the Pound and The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway shows. They make extensive use of the same instruments and sound equipment used by Genesis during the 70's, exact replicas of special stage props including Peter Gabriel's costumes, and copies of the original slides shown during Genesis concerts.
Two unrelated artists named Pythagoras are both scrobbled on this page. 1.) Pythagoras were Bob de Jong (drums, bass, el.piano, Sony TCs 310) and René de Haan (all synth, mellotron church organ). A Dutch prog band. The two albums by Pythagoras sound totally different and very tasteful: the first is cosmic oriented synthesizer music and their second is a wonderful blend of some spacey synthesizer - and classical music with bombastic symphonic rock featuring Arjen Lucassen (who later got fame with...
Combining the enigmatic with the charismatic, the pretentious with common sense, acoustic rawness with the massively anthemic, The Sound of Superstring could equally be described as Radiohead having a great day out, the Dixie Chicks with balls or the Flaming Lips just after Yoshimi had defeated the pink robots. Light-hearted one moment, screaming emotion the next, The Sound of Superstring are a musical rollercoaster ride more exhilarating than the Pepsi Max Big One.
There is more than 1 band named Albatross 1. A blues rock band from San Francisco.
2. A band from Kathmandu, Nepal, formed in the late 1990s. Their first album "Hi:Fly" is held dear and remembered with nostalgia within the Nepali underground.
3. A progressive rock band from Baltimore, Maryland, US.
4. A post-postmodern indie pop band from Chicago, Illinois.
5. An art-rock band from Northeastern Ohio
There are several artists using this name: Red (USA) (often typeset as R3D) is an American alternative band formed in Nashville, Tennessee in 2004. Musically influenced by artists such as Linkin Park, Chevelle, and Muse, Red's style is the rare symphonic rock which blends guitars and strings with passionate vocals. The songs on End of Silence deconstruct struggles that listeners face, while painting a picture of redemption in the midst of brokenness. According to lead vocalist Mike Barnes, Red stands for the blood of Christ and what it represents: passion, pain, but ultimately, redemption.
Spock's Beard is a progressive rock band formed in 1992 in Los Angeles by brothers Neal and Alan Morse. Neal (keyboards/vocals) and Alan (guitars) were joined by fellow musicians Nick D'Virgilio (Nick D'Virgilio, drums - also known as NDV) and Dave Meros (bass), and were later joined by veteran keyboardist Ryo Okumoto. Spock's Beard play a brand of progressive rock with pop music leanings, drawing much influence from Genesis and The Beatles. They are also well known for their intricate multi-part vocal harmonies and use of counterpoint much in the vein of Gentle Giant.
There are at least three bands that are named Cog. One from Australia, one from the Philippines, and one from Croatia. 1)
Cog was a rock band from Sydney, New South Wales. Cog consisted of members Flynn Gower (lead guitar, lead vocals), Lucius Borich (drums, samples, backing vocals) and Luke Gower (bass guitar and backing vocals), who had been a band since 1998. Flynn Gower and Lucius Borich (the son of renowned Australian blues guitarist Kevin Borich) were friends at their Bondi high school in the 1980s.