MUTEMATH is an alternative rock band which formed in New Orleans, LA, United States in 2003. They consist of Paul Meany (vocals, keytar, keyboards, samples), Roy Mitchell-Cárdenas (bass, percussion), Darren King (drums, samples), and Todd Gummerman (guitar, keyboards, backing vocals). Since MUTEMATH released its first EP in late 2004 and hit the road in 2005, their inherent nature has challenged limitations and expanded parameters.
Jars of Clay is a popular Christian alternative pop group. The group's sound has varied over the years as the band has experimented with pop, folk, rock, trip-hop, gospel, and hymnsong. Its self-titled album featured layered acoustic guitars over programmed trip-hop beats. "Flood" was the band's biggest crossover hit, and hit #37 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 12 on the Modern Rock charts. The following albums saw large shifts in style.
A singer/songwriter from the east coast of Australia, Ben Webb mixes pop sensibilities with a fusion of Jazz, R&B and Reggae. At 25 years old, he has wowed audiences up and down the east coast of Australia with songs from his Debut EP release "sketches, photographs and the occasional song." Involved with music for as long as he can remember, it took two bouts of Bells Palsy (facial paralysis) on each side of his face for Ben to realise that life is what you make of it.
Roland Stephen Taylor (born December 9, 1957) is an American singer, songwriter, and director born in Brawley, California, and reared in Denver, Colorado. Taylor's life took an unusual turn in 1979 when he was first of the 100 chosen, from 20,000 applicants, to spend the summer at John Davidson's summer camp. At the camp, Taylor spent time learning from singers like Tony Orlando, Florence Henderson, and John Davidson. Also that year, Taylor heard one of his biggest influences, The Clash's London Calling. "It saved my life, musically," said Taylor.
The story of Avalanche City begins in a house, alone, for hours and hours each day for months, slowly learning how to sing by process of scales, recording, and self critique.
Six months after taking the first steps towards singing, Dave Baxter played his first solo show as Avalanche City. Six months after the first show, one year after beginning the process of teaching himself how to sing, the first tracks were laid for Avalanche City's debut album Our New Life Above The Ground.
Orianthi Panagaris (born 22 January 1985), better known simply as Orianthi, is a Greek Australian musician, singer-songwriter and guitarist. She is perhaps best known for being Michael Jackson's lead guitarist for his ill-fated "This Is It" concert series, and as the lead guitarist in Alice Cooper's live band. Her debut single "According To You" peaked at #3 in Japan, #8 in Australia and #17 in the US; her second album, "Believe", received a worldwide release in late 2009.
 Belgian pioneers of ebm and minimalist electro-industrial. Also known as The Klinik. See also Dive, Sonar, Monolith. In 1985, Verhaeghen joined forces with two other bands, Absolute Body Control (with Dirk Ivens and Eric van Wonterghem), and "The Maniacs" (Sandy Nys) to form one "super group" Absolute Controlled Clinical Maniacs. This rather unwieldy name was soon dropped in favour of the shorter name "The Klinik". Nys soon left the band to form Hybryds, followed in 1987 by van Wonterghem, leaving The Klinik as the "classic" duo of Dirk Ivens and Marc Verhaeghen.
Hillsong Church London is the London-based offshoot of the Hillsong Church in Sydney, Australia. In 2004, Hillsong London released their first live praise and worship album, entitled "Shout God's Fame". In October 2005 their second album, "Jesus Is" was recorded and was released in May 2006. The third album "Hail to the King" marks the first studio recording for the group. A live version of some of the songs were released with the DVD version.