Linda Perhacs is an American psychedelic folk singer-songwriter, who released her only album "Parallelograms" in 1970 to scant notice or sales. The album was rediscovered by record enthusiasts and grew in popularity with the rise of the New Weird America movement and the Internet. It was reissued on CD and 2-LP in 2005, and again in 2008. Native of Mill Valley, California, United States, Linda Perhacs spent many years away from the music industry (mostly spent as dental technician).
Rachael Boyd is a musician from Belfast who writes experimental piano and violin driven music with hints of electronica. Her live set consists of looped piano/violin/vocals with electronics. Her influences are a mixture of alternative rock/electronic bands and classical music from the Romantic period such as Debussy and Chopin. Her favourite artists include Balmorhea, Broken Social Scene, Radiohead, Brand New, Biffy Clyro, Colour, This Town Needs Guns, Tubelord, Cougar....
There are at least 2 artists with the name The Construct. 1) Manchester based post-metal from ex members of I-Remain, Machiavellian, Dearly Beheaded and The Magpyes. For fans of Neurosis, Isis, Cult of Luna, Jesu, Godflesh, Deftones, Gojira, Meshuggah, Tool. "Formed in spring 2009 by Rory Vallely (guitars, ex I Remain), Al Shelley (drums, ex The Magpyes), and Darren Jones (guitars), the main goal was simply to write music that was quite stripped out.
Aimee Mann was born in Richmond, Virginia, and attended the Berklee College of Music in Boston, but dropped out to sing with her first punk rock band, the young snakes; the band released the EP Bark Along with the Young Snakes in 1982, and a compilation album was issued in 2004. In 1983, seeking a return to "sweetness and melody", she co-founded with Berklee classmate and boyfriend Michael Hausman the new wave band 'Til Tuesday, which achieved minor success in 1985 with its first album, Voices Carry.
The Dismemberment Plan is an indie rock/post-hardcore band formed in Washington, D.C., United States on January 1, 1993. Also known as "The D-Plan" or "The Plan," the band's name comes from a stray phrase uttered by the insurance salesman in the popular comedy Groundhog Day. The band members include Eric Axelson (bass), Jason Caddell (guitar), Joe Easley (drums) and Travis Morrison (vocals and guitar).
1. Rave were a punk rock band from upstate New York that released a 4-song 7" EP in 1981. 2. Rave music consists of forms of electronic music for dancing that are associated with the rave scene. Most often, it is used to describe music that depends heavily on samples and synthesizers, and is high energy. Rave music closely followed the acid house phenomenon. Initially "rave music" was considered a particular style that was a combination of fast breakbeat and more hardcore forms of techno.
Following the split of Australian black metal band Baal Gadrial in 2003, vocalist Azgorh created Drowning the Light. Four demo tapes were recorded and given extremely limited distribution, being given out only to close friends. From 2003 to 2009 Azgorh has recorded 10+ demos, 10 full-length albums (5 of which were released in the same year: 2007) and material for a number of split albums under the Drowning the Light moniker.
Moscow Youth Cult are two electronic musicians, based in the East Midlands, UK. (bit like) the dust on your VHS case (kind of sounds like this) the oblique & the obsolete. disfigured homage list: >faded pioneers >abandoned research projects >girls/boys >moral panics >(future) elderly http://www.moscowyouthcult.co.uk http://www.myspace.com/moscowyouthcult
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