Polish doom/heavy metal band formed in Lublin (Poland). Also a black metal band from the USA, with lyrics about medieval times. One demo (Sampler), one EP (Legend om Skog), one full length album (S
Tango! Tango canciòn! Maldito tango! MELINGO is an Argentinean phenomenon: a bohémien from Buenos Aires, a tango & milonga maestro who of course comes across as enthralling. Those who like their music subtle and playful, and can also appreciate a Paolo Conte, will be sure to fall for this pure-bred performer. Following a varied past (also with rock and punk acts), in 2004 the surprising CD 'Santa Milonga' suddenly appeared - and in spring 2008 the new 'Maldito Tango' (on the Manaña label of Gotan Project...
Sebastian Litmanovich (a.k.a. CINEPLEXX), born 1973 @ Buenos Aires, living in Barcelona, Spain. He uses to record & work at his home using tape & digital home recorders and to sing & play most of the instruments himself. He made some albums under diverse alias such as Amarena Incident (a post rock band from 1997), Readme & Anthony (a collage electronic band www.readmeandanthony.8k.com), Portatile room mobile (a cover band together with Leumann.net), and Cacahuetes Inc.
There a multiple bands named SION:
1) A Japanese rock singer
2) A Russian metalcore band.
3) A British alternative rock band.
4) A Japanese vocalist known mostly for her work with teranoid & MC Natsack 1) SION is a Japanese rock singer. He was conspicuous in early Japanese indies scene and one of the most important. He respects old good blues, rock, trad, and punk musicians. Especially, Bob Dylan and Tom Waits.
In addition, Japanese old artists. 泉谷しげる, 友部正人 and more. 2) SION - metalcore band from St. Petersburg (Russia).
Daniel Barenboim, KBE (born 15 November 1942) is an Argentine-born pianist and conductor. He has served as music director of several major symphonic and operatic orchestras and made numerous recordings. Currently, he is general music director of La Scala in Milan, the Berlin State Opera, and the Staatskapelle Berlin; he previously served as Music Director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Orchestre de Paris.
Hacia Dos Veranos is an instrumental band from Buenos Aires (Argentina) influenced by Felt, The Clientele, Do Make Say Think, modal jazz and music from 1930 and 1940's Merrie Melodies cartoons. Their sound has been described as "post rock twee".
Hacia Dos Veranos' debut EP is a three part classico-rock symphony about dreaming called "Fragmentos de una tarde somnolienta" ("Fragments of a Sleepy Afternoon").
Andres Calamaro is one of the most popular Argentinian pop-rock songwriters. A songs craftsman, as he likes to consider himself. Born Aug 22, 1961 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, he began his professional musical career at the age of 17 playing keyboards in Raíces.
In 1981 he incorporated to one of the main bands of the Argentinean '80s rock scene: Los Abuelos de la Nada. Although the band was led by the brilliant Miguel Abuelo, Calamaro composed most of the band's hits, like "Mil Horas," "Así es el calor," "Sin gamulán" and "Costumbres Argentinas."
There is more than one artist or group using the alias 'Magika': 1. Magika is an Argentine hard rock band, formed in August 2003 by former members of Renacer: Jorge Perini and Juan Pablo Kilberg. Magika's lineup also contains guitarist Juan Jose Fornés, an ex-member of Selidor; 2. Magika is a eurobeat alias used by Daniela Galli (Dany) of Time Records.
Astillero Tango opens the challenge with its music. The sound of Astillero is forceful, vertiginous, breathtaking, raw yet sophisticated: a rollercoaster ride of throbbing accents modulating into earth-shattering pianissimos and beyond. Yet this wild sound is entirely hand-made, free of any gimmicks, 100% acoustic: the sound of just wood and strings, brought to searing life by an acute sense for translating the experience of 21st century urban life into new music, built on a solid traditional foundation of Buenos Aires' tango.