ORBITH (www.djorbith.com) DJ Orbith has been at the top of the Czech scene since 1999. At the beginning of his career he played techno and rave, but gradually he had switched to electro. Now he is considered to be not only a leading Czech DJ , but also a representative of the electro scene to the Czech audience. For his DJ sets it is his distinctive energetic mix of techno and electro together with a spontaneous performance at the decks.
Theres at least two artists named DVA
Czech band DVA
Non-exist nations folklore
Cabaret - circus - beatbox - tango - bizarre soundtrack -
acoustic electro - electro acoustic in two layers cover.
Lyrics in foreign language. Dva means 2. Two are two, sometimes four.
She – singing, saxophone, clarinet, melodica, child piano, monchichi.
He – singing, guitar, snarling, kitchen beatbox.
Concerts are often accompanied by live meotar projection of the project 2m
Sice is group from Zl
"sandboy, Tobias Meggle’s current project was formed after a productive period of 5 years as member of beanfield. He quit the band in 2001 and now pursues his own artistic direction. One and a half decades of experience in playing with different bands, composing, arranging, touring, dj-ing and producing renewed his attention to the role of the human voice as a main source of song. Inspired words are combined with meticulously detailed treatment of the vocal’s surface, the song’s lyrics become explicitly musical gestures.
There is more than one artist with this name. 1) Psychonaut was a ritual ambient project formed in 1997. Changed name (and musical style) to Psychonaut 75 in 2001. 2) Influenced by psychedelic experiences and meetings the trance-project Psychonaut was born. It consists of two members (Dr. Balser, Lothar H.), which started making music in the early 90's. They released some tracks on Trance-Compilations like Goahead, Planet Goa, Chakra etc.
A) Old school death metal band from Sweden. In the vein of the Swedish gods Entombed and Dismember, etc. Started out in the end of 1990 but were never satisfied with their demo recordings and never released anything. The band eventually died out but was resurrected by Jimmy in 2008. In his own words: "I was too nostalgic and said to myself that: Now, many years after the band died, my old songs must be recorded and a demo shall be made, so I started the band again on my own".
There are three bands with the name Telex: 1. The Belgian synthpop group Telex was formed in 1978 by Marc Moulin, Dan Lacksman and Michel Moers, with the intention of "Making something really European, different from rock, without guitar - and the idea was electronic music." (Marc Moulin) Mixing the aesthetics of disco, punk and experimental electronic music, they released a stripped-down synthesized cover version of "Twist à St. Tropez" by Les Chats Sauvages.
There are two artists under this name:
1) Indie pop band from Russia.
2) RAC band from Czech.
3) American band led by former Guns N'Roses drummer, steven adler 1) Don’t let the band name fool you: ADLER has nothing to do with Germany. Named after the Sochi airport ADLER play indie pop and live in Moscow, which ultimately gives their songs a tinge of longing for the sunshine. Frontman Verkligen has been involved in various musical projects over the past 15 years, including lo-fi ‘ethiopian children starve while you’re fucking’.
1) The Prostitutes are an indie band formed in 2004 in Prague, Czech Republic. They are highly acclaimed by the music press as well as by quickly growing amount of fans. The members are singer Adrian T. Bell, guitarist Martin Destroyer (Martin P?ikryl), keyboard player Stevie LFO (Martin P?evr
Antonín Leopold Dvořák (September 8, 1841, Nelahozeves – May 1, 1904, Prague) was a Czech composer of romantic music, who employed the idioms and melodies of the folk music of Moravia and his native Bohemia. His works include operas, symphonic, choral and chamber music. His best-known works include his symphonic works (above all "New World Symphony"), Slavonic Dances, String Quartets, Concertos for cello (Concerto in B minor) and violin, oratorial compositions Requiem, Stabat Mater and Te Deum.