Michael Snow is a Canadian artist working in painting, sculpture, video, films, photography, holography, drawing, books and music. He is considered one of the most influential experimental filmmakers. Originally a professional jazz musician, Snow has a long-standing interest in improvised music, as indicated by the soundtrack to his film "New York Eye and Ear Control". As a pianist, he has performed solo and with other musicians in North America, Europe and Japan.
1.) Man Made are a punk-rock band from Northwich, Cheshire, UK, they've been playing all around the north-west and have been taking it by storm. 2.) Man Made is also an ealry seventies psych/prog band.
Double Jack was formed in November of 2004. They have played over a hundred local, and out of town shows and have won two battle of the bands. The song “Tribute to Angel” was played on Rock 106.7 in 2005. That song was the champion for the Rock 106.7 Cage Match showdown for five consecutive weeks. They have opened for such acts as 54-40, Grady, and Ten Second Epic. “One Chance”, Double Jack’s first album, sold over 300 copies in the first month. Unfortunately, shortly afterwards, two of the original members went their separate ways.
1) Necronomicon were formed in 1971 in Aachen, the Western part of Germany near the Belgium and Netherlands border. With an album title (Tips zum Selbtsmord) that means "How to Commit Suicide," Necronomicon's one album, from 1972, featured bleak progressive garage rock with long instrumental passages. With wailing acid guitar solos, dark organ swirls, and angst-ridden singing in German, Necronomicon has created a dark and powerful vision that blends psychedelic and progressive music with a proto-punk garage band sensibility.
About The Dunes There are few words to describe the alternative rock sounds of The Dunes from Norfolk, Va. This bad ass 4 piece band is dedicated to upholding the rock n roll traditions of rebellion, outspokenness, and musical power. The Dunes pay homage to the legends of rock with a foundation of mean beats and original riffs. They rock the stage with an explosion that blasts every ones ears when the sound of their extraordinary music comes from the speakers, expressing their feelings and thoughts through the words and rythms of their music.
Abysm was a Death/Thrash Metal band from Ottawa, Canada. Formed in 2007, they had a very brief lifespan, but managed to release one official recording, simply entitled "Demo 2007" and a rehearsal. Only ten copies were initially pressed, hand-numbered 1-10, but more were pressed later. Due to unfavorable circumstances involving members' absences from each other, the band finally decided to call it quits on December 25th, 2008. Line-up: Nathan Hartill - Vocals
Hadrien Churchill-Joly - Guitar
Joel Ladouceur - Drums
There are several artists named "The Knockouts" ; - A band from Stockholm, Sweden www.theknockouts.com
Success has followed THE KNOCKOUTS, stealing the trophy for the Best Punk Album at the American Independent Music Awards and with the single ‘A Lie Like In Natalie’, on high rotation on radio. They have been on the biggest European rock festivals such as P&L, PiP, West Coast Riot, Azkena Rock Spain, and more.
There are several artists worldwide currently performing under the name Overlord, as well as several defunct groups that have used the name:
1. overlord is an indie pop band from Brooklyn, NY. Overlord is on an indie label, Storm Tower Records, and has released 5 full-length records and 2 EPs. The band consists of: Tris McCall, Matt Houser, Sarah Brockett, and George Pasles. The most recent full-length album, In Soviet Russia, My Heart Breaks You, was released on April 1 2011, and spent 3 months on the CMJ Top 200 charts. Site: www.overlordusa.com.
DIY in the literal sense of the word, Canada's Powercup may book their own tours, screenprint their own shirts and press their own tofu etc, but they're also slavishly devoted to the cult of the power tool and 'Home Improvement's blue collar patriarch Tim Allen. The gimmick alone isn't the selling point, but 2010's brilliantly named, "Renovate At All Costs“, the Montreal trio's debut full-length, is a ferocious blast of rough hewn...
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Harem Scarem is a Rock band hailing from Ontario, Canada, formed in 1987. They renamed themselves Rubber in 1999 and released two albums under that name. In 2001, they went back to the Harem Scarem name. In the Summer of 2007 they announced they "will officially break-up after one more studio album." 2) Harem Scarem emerged from Melbourne's mid-80's indie scene, but, it could be argued, were closer in sound to classic Australian blues-rock from a decade before (Dingoes, Coloured Balls, Chain, Rose Tattoo etc.