Safari is a Chilean Hip-hop group, influenced by seminal acid techno, oldskool hip hop, and Cannibal Ox, El-P, and uk grime. Safari also an Japan Instrumental band formed by Gregg Lee (bass), Shiro Ito (drums), Yoshimasa Shiozaki (guitar), Akiyoshi Adachi (percussion) and Kazuhiro Matsuishi (vibraphone). Safari is also an american "indie garage rock" Band based in Cleveland, Ohio. Nico Walker (guitar), Bill Webb (bass) and Lance Ballard (percussion).
The trouble with an artist like Natccu is finding words that do her justice. Born Natsuko Sato in Tokyo, Natccu (pronounced "na-chew") is a singer and a songwriter, but not a singer-songwriter. Her music is dark-edged pop that defies easy explanation. It's multilayered, unpredictable and deep, yet instantly memorable. And while she is largely influenced by British and American artists, she carries an Eastern sensibility that makes her music utterly unique.
There are mutliple artists with this name: 1) Fuck Off is a split-up Spanish thrash metal band formed in 1986. They have two full length releases: Another Sacrifice and Hell On Earth. After Hell On Earth the band split-up in 1991. Josep Casas moved to a thrash band called Barbarian.
2) Fuck Off is a swedish constellation with Stefan Sundström, Johan Johansson & Guld-Lars (both from the Swedish punk band KSMB), Pappa Mats and maybe some other members.
There are at least nine bands called Polaris. 1. Polaris was a one-off musical project in the mid-1990s involving members of the New Haven indie rock band Miracle Legion. Mark Mulcahy, Spot "Scott" Boutier, and Dave McCaffrey performed music for the Nickelodeon television show The Adventures of Pete & Pete under the name Polaris because a fourth Miracle Legion member was not available at the time; occasional guests included Joyce Raskin, Dennis Kelly, and Buell Thomas.
The proper name of this artist is 坂本龍一. 坂本龍一 (Ryūichi Sakamoto, born January 17, 1952, Nakano, Tokyo, Japan) is an Oscar-, Grammy-, and Golden Globe-winning Japanese musician, composer, producer and actor, based in New York and Tokyo. His 1999 musical composition "Energy Flow" is the first number-one instrumental single in the Japan's Oricon charts history. He was ranked at number 59 in a list of the top 100 most influential musicians compiled by HMV.
There are several artists using this name:
1) Loveless is a post-black metal/shoegaze project from Brazil. 2) Loveless is a synthpop-act from the cold country Sweden. 3) Loveless s a now defunct band from Boston, MA, that featured Dave Wanamaker (ex-Expanding Man) and former solo artist Jen Trynin. The band released a self-titled 5-song EP in 2002, and followed it with the album Gift to the World in 2003, before disbanding. 4) Loveless is also a Japanese band featuring 北出菜奈.
The Supremes were a very successful motown all-female singing group active from 1959 until 1977, performing at various times doo-wop, pop, soul, broadway showtunes, psychedelia, and disco. One of Motown's signature acts, The Supremes were the most successful African-American musical act of the 1960s, recording twelve #1 hits between 1964 and 1969, many of them written and produced by Motown's main songwriting and production team, Holland-Dozier-Holland.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Without a doubt, one of Almighty’s biggest acts, with a string of club smashes to their credit, is Deja Vu Featuring Tasmin. The band who’ve been together for less than two years have already scored four Pop-Tip top 20 hits and have recently, rather fantastically, enjoyed their first American single in the US Billboard Top 75! DJs and clubbers first heard Tasmin’s strong yet emotive vocal with the release of their first single...