Chris Leamy from Boston. Amazing insect like skittering percussion and fractured breaks. Taking drum and bass into this millennium properly!
There are many artists who have used this name: 1) NWOBHM band formed in 1980 in United Kingdom (Merthyr Tydfil, Wales).
Len Williams - Vocals
Craig Ridsdale - Guitar
Huw Lewis - Guitar
Neil Rogers - Bass
Michael Davis - Drums Discography:
Sacred Blade (1984)
Weapon Master (1986) 2) Samurai, a hardcore rave DJ from Alaska. He is apart of Knounterstrike productions. He is popular around the Orange Country/Los Angeles California area for his ability to get crowd hyped up on any night of a party.
80's DC Hardcore. This is also the name of a current drum'n'bass artist.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Dutch hardcore punkrock group from the city of Utrecht. Risen from the ashes of Total Demise, Cruel Intentions is all about raw and catchy punkrawk. Combining classic hardcore punk with a more contemporary melodic flavour, CI's tunes are written to swing and slam to. 2) Kick ass drum 'n bass producer. 3) Bad tag for the movie's OST.
Krumble is a Drum & Bass/Hardcore producer from France. His real name is Julien Cuenin, and he has toured with Venetian Snares, Bogdan Raczynski, Alec Empire, Spor & Vex'd, among others. Krumble is also the name of a Cleveland post hardcore band. the record Thirteen was released in 2001. They are now defunct, and their bassist Scott Lasch moved on to form Post-Hardcore band Arms For Venus.
There are multiple artists who use the name Senses: - SENSES has been the performance art/music name for David Cain's art since the early 80s. His new CD, “Looking for Your Face,” features David (vocals, red sax...), formerly on the roster of Geffen records, is reuniting with David Hoffman, trumpet soloist and arranger for Ray Charles (13+ years). SENSES' is original and fresh, with comparisons frequently associated with: Herbie Hancock, Stanley Clarke, Modeski-Martin-Wood, Kurt Elling, Dave Mathews, Miles Davis, Peter Gabriel, Sting, Van Halen, Steve Vai, Ray Charles.
Born as Matt Quinn, brother of Jamie Quinn alias Matrix. Started making music when 17. His first hardcore label was Phat Tunes. Recorded for No U Turn, Prototype and Metalheadz, worked with Goldie on Saturnz Return, engineered Grooverider's Mysteries Of Funk, founded Virus Recordings with Ed Rush in 1998.