It is the current performing name of Chris Jones (b.1960, Chester, England), an improvising guitarist and electronica artist working in London. His work is mainly improvised, loop-based music. Garuda has also worked with electronica trio Angel Navigator Garuda. 'Garuda' was also a Tech Metal band from Fort Worth, Texas that formed from a few members of 'Slave One' and later borrowing a member of 'El Salvador Birthday Bash,' also from Fort Worth.. They played a pummeling style of Hardcore with plenty of sick old school Death Metal overtones.
New Zealand-born, Melbourne-based producer Lanu (aka Lance Ferguson) marks a distinct departure from the raw, deep funk of his other project, The Bamboos.
Brimming with future soul and broken beat flavours, forward-thinking production and intuitive jazz sensibility, Lanu’s sound has been informed and inspired by the digital rhythms of West London and Detroit.
Ferguson has drawn on his experience as an international DJ and performer to create an album with enough depth and versatility to work just as well on a decent set of headphones as it does on a club soundsystem.
Rovo is a psychedelic rock-jazz band founded in 1996 in Tokyo by former Boredoms guitarist Seiichi Yamamoto (山本精一), electric violinist Yuji Katsui (勝井祐二), and synthesizer/effects technician Tatsuki Masuko (益子樹), with Jin Harada (原田仁) on bass guitar, Hiroshi Nakanishi (中西宏司) on synths, and featuring two drummers/percussionists, the prolific Yasuhiro Yoshigaki (芳垣安洋) (of legendary improv noise group Ground-Zero) and Yoichi Okabe (岡部洋一).
iambic is the new alias of iambic². Due to much confusion over the name, the 'squared' part has now been excluded. iambic is an electronic music act based in London, UK which was created by Guy Andrews in 2004. The music is based around the ambient genre but fuses elements of many other styles together including Jazz, Soundscape, IDM, Post-Rock and Break Beat to create a new and evocative sound.
British synth player, born December 10, 1958. Enjoyed success on the underground dance scene in the early 80's before breaking into the mainstream with "19", an international smash which spent five weeks at number one in the UK. In the latter half of the 1980s he specialised in tv soundtrack work. He made the theme tunes for Top of The Pops and Saturday Live, popular British entertainment shows. Paul now records mainly under the pseudonym Jazzmasters. Early tracks of note include the popular 'Rain Forest' and 'King Tut', both were big dance hits in the U.S.
There are three groups with the name Toe: 1. toe (Japanese band) is a Japanese math-rock / post-rock / instrumental music group. 2. Toe (American band) is a Chicago post-rock music group. 3. Toe (English band) is a experimental/noise rock band from Ipswich. japanese band : http://www.toe.st/ toe is a Japanese music group that formed in 2000. While mentioned in many post-rock circles, their song structure and dynamics are similar to many popular math rock artists. The vast majority of the music is instrumental and features the swift and acute drumming of Takashi.
There are several artists that go by the name Physics: 1. A Swedish deep house duo consisting of Mikael Surdi and Torbj
Terranova is used by two groups: one German, another from USA. 1. Terranova is a German band made up of current members Fetisch, Marco Meister and Kaos. They have previously went under the moniker Turntable Terranova on the Compost label and sometimes as Edition Terranova. Their music is a fusion of punk rock, electronic and trip hop. They currently reside in Berlin and perform DJ sets at the Berlin night club, Pogo Club.
Tony Remy is a talennted jazz guitarist from Great Britain. Tony started out playing in a number of both jazz and rock bands throughout the 80's before releasing his first solo album 'Boof' in 1993 on the American Jazz/fusion label GRP. As his stock within the London jazz community grew with the invention and raw energy of his live shows, he went on to release a further album on Alltone Records, as well as a blistering live recording of him with his Blue Vibe trio. His hard-edged rhythmically driven approach is enriched with jazz intuition and eloquent bluesy soul.
Ishmael Jingo was from Kenya. He is best known for his song Fever, which was released in 1974. It was released as a single. The song has been featured on numerous compilations including the soundtrack to The Last King of Scotland in 2006.