Dione a.k.a. Erik Ypma started DJ'ing at the end of the 80's at a youth centre. He organized parties at Bubbles in Lelystad and started a radio program at a local station. His first productions were released at Rams Horn Records/5th Gear and appeared on over 50 cd's. His (award-winning) radioshow, "Hakkuh" at New Dance Radio, became Holland's most populair hardcore programme. He started producing and DJ'ing for ID&T (Mysteryland, Thunderdome, Earthquake etc.) Dione played in Finland, Letland, Estland, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Hungary and Holland.
Basically, they are one half of Book Of Love (Ted Ottaviano & Lauren Johnson) and their newest musical soulmate, Lori Lindsay. So imagine this: take Book Of Love's happy melodies, keyboards and cutesy chimes & xylophones, add Lori's Jack-White-style, fuzzed-out guitar, and you get a pop band with an alternative twist.
Sex Gang Children is an early gothic rock group that formed in the early 1980s in Britain. They were a very dramatic band, relying on heavy bass, tribal drumming, sudden mood shifts, a woozy cabaret ready sound that influenced the rise of the later dark cabaret scene, and yet another in a long line of goth singers with an odd, highly dramatic voice. Although the group only released one official album, their singles and various other tracks have been packaged into numerous collections, and they remain one of the better known bands out of the early goth scene.
Two are multiple artists with this name: 1) Mushy is a solo experimental electronic project based in Rome, Italy. Among the head figures of the industrial music scene renewal, Valentina Fanigliulo uses the medium of musical expression in order to produce soundscapes which open the door to strangely nightmarish illuminations. The sound architecture is a mixture of loops, burgeoning analog drones, tempestuous noises, spectral chants which rise at the surface.
There are two (and quite possibly more) bands by the name Julia, 1) Julia was an american emo/hardcore band, active in the mid 1990's.
Their style resembled the frantic sound of eastcoast (more specifically DC) emo, complete with octave chords and dark, yet melodic, basslines, thundering and slow drumming and intensly emotional vocals. On many occasions it sounded like Mathew was about to break down. Some members were playing on Lumber. Members:
Mathew Yeager (Vocals)
please all vote for merging this page with "Feromones", without "the", because the band changed it's name.
Encounter might also refer to a radio series produced by the state broadcaster Voice of America that is available via podcast. Encounter was an emo/hardcore band from Cherry Hill, NJ. They released a 4-Song Demo in 1990, A 7" entitled Lost on Redemption (which was co-ran by Jason Jordan, the singer) in 1991, a split 7" with Crivits entitled Live in Belgium, and a split 7" with Blindfold in 1994.
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She started her career in 1970s, but achieved a chart success in the 1980s working with the famous Stock Aitken Waterman team. Dean was elected three times as the 'Best Live Performer' by the Federation of American Dance Clubs (U.S.), and twice as a 'Best British Performer' by Club Mirror awards (UK). Her biggest hits, were "Whatever I Do" (A track originally recorded by Michael Prince called Dance Your Love Away, re-written by Stock Aitken Waterman because Hazell disliked the chorus) and "Who's Leaving Who" (a remake of the Anne Murray hit)...
There's multiple artist s/bands that calls themself Revolution 1) Revolution is multi-award winning duo made out of twin bothers, George and Joseph Mothiba. Without any doubt, Revolution is one of the best things ever to happen in the South African music industry. The journey of Revolution began in the dusty streets of Alexandra township, where the two grew up and today they are one of the top producers and top house music ambassadors in the country and they own their independent record label, Four Sounds Productions.