Michael 'Mikey' Norris (Keyboard) is a London-based musician and is one of two keyboard players that support La Roux on their tours and live dates. A native of the Chester area in Cheshire, Norris studied music at university, joining La Roux shortly after graduating from a music degree. Mike Norris released his debut album under the moniker Fort Romeau, titled Kingdoms, in 2012 on the 100% Silk record label.
Debut LP 'Kingdoms' out via 100% Silk
Tiedye was formed during nights of bikemoshing, slowdancing and wierdsailing. Two guys form the heart of this obscure and obvious formation of what we call the band Tiedye.
From the rocks and waves of the west coast of Sweden Tiedye explores and develops the sounds of dreaming disco, windblowing pop and gruy
There are at least seven artists with this name, the most important being William Oliver Swofford, who rose to fame as "Oliver" singing "Good Mornin' Starshine" in the late 1960's. 1) Belgian Rock / Pop singer (Junior Eurovision)
2) Romanian rock band
3) William Oliver Swofford
4) Oliver Ching from Hong Kong
5) American band from the West Coast of the USA
6) Finnish rock band
7) Sydney, Australia rock band
8) Oliver (Vocaloid)
9) Oliver Dragojević, Croatian legend
10) An alternative teenager from Arizona
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This New Jersey native was initially inspired by England's take on the sound of Detroit, but eventually tracked techno back to its Motor City innovators. When he began listening to music, however, it was the sound of early-'80s synth heroes like Devo, Severed Heads and New Order alongside early hiphop, jazz and 60's Hindi film soundtracks. Geist released his first 12" (via Dan Curtin's innovative Metamorphic label) while studying at Oberlin College in 1994.
Hell is proud to present his latest recruits to International Deejay Gigolos. Digitaria is an electronic band coming from Belo Horizonte (Brazil), the third largest city of the country. They have already released on 'International DJ Gigolos CD 9' selected and compiled by DJ Hell and their fantastic 12" 'Teen Years' (Gigolo188) with a kicking remix by Zoo Brazil from London who have put out their own material on Get Physical.
It’s been a year since Cassian’s last EP. And where has the kid with that haircut been? He’s been in the busy, that’s where he’s been. The lead single ‘I Like What You’re Doing’ has already been premiered on BBC Radio 1 by Jaymo & Andy George as part of their “Picks of 2011” show. It takes on the form of a powerhouse party psalm. Charged by an ever-familiar bassline and anthemic vocal performed by a shadowy, old-school Australian music identity. It’s turned into an 80’s fire-funk workout by Lorenz Rhode on his ‘Dangerous Mix’ and a filtered robo-haus jammer in his ‘Rhythm composer mix’.
There are at least two bands using the name The Penelopes: From Japan 1) The Japanese twee-pop outfit the Penelopes was essentially the work of singer/songwriter Tatsuhiko Watanabe; the group debuted in 1992 with the album In a Big Golden Cage, followed a year later by Touch the Ground. Although by this time the band was primarily a Watanabe solo project, he maintained the Penelopes' name for 1997's Kiss of Life; A Place in the Sun, issued that same year, was the first LP issued on Watanabe's own Vaudeville Park label.
At the dawning of time, two mutants were trained by sensei Master Giorgio Moroder, to become synth warriors. From their home in the sewers of Manhattan, they battle petty criminals, evil megalomaniacs and alien invaders, all while remaining isolated from society at large. http://feelmybicep.com/ more tracks here http://soundcloud.com/feelmybicep/tracks