Hallogallo 2010 / Michael Rother and Friends perform the music of Neu!
Michael Rother will start performing selected concerts around the world in summer 2010 with his project "Hallogallo 2010". Steve Shelley (Sonic Youth) and Aaron Mullan (Tall Firs) will join him. Together they will play music by Neu! as well as some tracks by Harmonia and from Michael Rother
Crimea X is an duo from Reggio Emilia, Italy heavily influenced by cosmic disco, italo disco and krautrock. They play vintage synthesizers and as well as acoustic instruments. See also http://www.myspace.com/crimeax.
Atoms for Peace is an experimental rock and electronic supergroup formed in late 2009 in Los Angeles, California, United States. The group consists of Radiohead lead singer Thom Yorke (vocals, guitars, and piano), Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea (bass guitar), longtime Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich (keyboards, synths), Joey Waronker of Beck and R.E.M. (drums), and Brazilian instrumentalist Mauro Refosco (percussion). Their debut album, Amok, became available for streaming on February 18, 2013, and was released on February 25, 2013.
Adam Sipkema (drums,vocals)
Brydon Crain (vocals,guitar,keys)
Ian Goff (guitar,vocals,bass)
Nathan Merrithew (bass,keys,guitar)
Penelope Stevens (vocals,keys,bass) http://motherhoodmusic.bandcamp.com/ From http://radio3.cbc.ca/#/bands/Motherhood: After a few variations of the same, a few name changes, a few conceptual paradigm shifts, Motherhood is here. For lack of a better explanation, Motherhood is the band that you wouldn't want your conservative thirteen-year-old son to listen to; he might rebel.
Distorted clouds of organ, synth, and vibraphone churn above hypnagogic waves of percussion and bass. Referencing psych and prog without the use of guitars, Lumerians create cinematic rock music that is warm, dark, organic and non-retro. Male and female vocals propel songs forward without eclipsing the chimeric ambience of the music. Parallels could be made to the ominous soundscapes of Ennio Morricone, the propulsive rhythms of Can, and the hypnotic oscillations of Silver Apples.
1) LADY, born Shameka Brown, is an American female rapper known for the hit singles "Yankin", "Twerk" and "Pussy". 1) Lady is a retro-R&B duo consisting of soul superstars Nicole Wray and Terri Walker. Their self-titled debut album was released on March 5, 2013.
Twelve is a solo project of Chris Olley, lead singer and guitarist of the Nottingham, UK rock band Six By Seven. Twelve's songs are more heavily electronic than most of Six By Seven's, and are stylistically varied, including both guitar and electronics driven songs and elaborate textures along side more straightforwards songs. Olley has described Twelve as an "experiment". During Six By Seven's 2005-2006 breakup, Twelve was Olley's primary project, though in 2006 he also launched an electroclash project called Fuck Me USA.
Underground avant-garde alternative rock band of the 1980s and 1990s. Originally based in Amherst, Massachusetts at Hampshire College, and at times also based in New York City, Seattle and Los Angeles. Arose in the same college musical scene that gave birth to Dinosaur Jr and also associated with the early grunge movement, especially the Seattle grunge bands including Nirvana. Known for four albums, very noisy concerts and band members' disputatious and disruptive attitude.
Kenji Suzuki (鈴木健二, Suzuki Kenji, born January 16, 1950, in Japan), popularly nicknamed Damo Suzuki (ダモ鈴木), is a singer probably best known for his membership in German krautrock group Can. Suzuki spent the late 1960s wandering around Europe, often busking, during which time he would only have been a teenager. When Malcolm Mooney left Can after recording their first album Monster Movie, Holger Czukay and Jaki Liebezeit encountered Suzuki singing on a street in Munich, Germany whilst the two were sitting outside at a street café.