The Knife is an electronic duo from Stockholm, Sweden formed in 1999. The band consists of siblings Karin Dreijer Andersson (formerly of Honey is Cool, now Fever Ray) and Olof Dreijer - who also run their own record company, Rabid Records. The group rarely makes public appearances, most of their promotional photos feature the members wearing masks, and formerly refused to perform live concerts. However the group has showed themselves in public wearing masks formed as bird's beaks, similar to those used by medieval doctors.
John Baldwin (born January 3, 1946 in Sidcup, London), better known by his stage name John Paul Jones, is an English musician and was the bassist, keyboardist, and mandolin player for Led Zeppelin from its inception until the band's breakup following the death of John Bonham in 1980. A versatile musician, he also plays guitar, mandolin, koto, lap steel guitars, autoharp, ukulele, cello, and the three over-dubbed recorders heard on "Stairway to Heaven". He is widely respected as both a musician and a producer and is considered as one of the most influential bassists in Rock music.
Scott Cooper writes and plays laid back-to-basics folky pop music that's firmly rooted in a love and appreciation of life's tiniest and oft-missed details. "Tiny Increments" features 11 catchy, sun-kissed tunes, with once accessible surfaces worn raw by bare-bones accompaniment and a rugged alt-country twang. The songs are honest and direct, featuring the kind of arrangements and lyrical concepts you could write on the back of matchbooks.
Manuel de Falla y Matheu (November 23, 1876 – November 14, 1946) was a Spanish composer of classical music. Manuel de Falla was born in Cádiz. His early teacher in music was his mother; at the age of 9 he was introduced to his first piano professor. From the late 1890s he studied music in Madrid, piano with José Tragó and composition with Felipe Pedrell. It was from Felipe Pedrell, during Madrid period, that de Falla became interested in native Spanish music, particularly Andalusian flamenco (specifically cante jondo), the influence of which can be strongly felt in many of his works.
Carlinhos Brown is a Brazilian musician from Salvador, Bahia. He took the surname Brown from the Black Panther, H. Rap Brown. His music is a mixture of Brazilian and rock and soul music. The music features heavy percussion rhythms and Caribbean and Afro-Brazilian-influenced musical styles.
A band from circa 2007, now obsolete.
Ermak Gordey aka Stereotype was born in 1989, in Chernigov (Ukraine).
Since 2009 Stereotype's sound moved to deep/minimal dnb.
In 2009 he formed project called "Science Fiction" together with Moscow neurofunk producer Paperclip.
Nowadays Stereotype has supports from many labels, producers and dj's all over the world.
Jeffery Phillip Wiedlandt (Born January 14, 1967 in Bayonne, New Jersey), better known as Zakk Wylde, was the lead guitarist in Ozzy Osbourne's band and has also found success playing lead guitar in his own band, Black Label Society, who have been a part of the Ozzfest tour many times, having guitarist Nick Catanese on the rhythm section. Zakk has been voted "Most Valuable Player" for three successive years in the "Guitar World" (US) magazine polls.
We are currently trying to bring the 2 entries (Guy Manning & Manning) together as they both represent the same artist - So, please also check out the MANNING page Guy Manning is a singer-songwriter multi-instrumentalist with an eye toward ambitious concepts, something he shares in common with earlier artists like Cat Stevens and Roger Waters. In fact, his music has been described as an acoustic Pink Floyd (comparisons to Jethro Tull also hold).