There is more than one artist known by the name "Chevron". 1) Chevron is the electronic alter ego of Jonathan Valentine. Hailing from Blackpool in the UK, he began making rave and techno from an early age, at school and college. There he fell in love with the sounds of Mike Paradinas' well-regarded label, Planet Mu. In 2003 Planet Mu released his first 7" "Swimmin' Lessons". Further short releases on Planet Mu followed in 2004 as well as a European tour with Ceephax Acid Crew. He played many shows, including the legendary Kraked Squat Party, with artists such as Venetian Snares and Shitmat.
iTAL tEK is Brighton based electronic musician Alan Myson. Signed with Mike Paradinas’s Planet Mu label, his music ranges from dark bass heavy industrial dubstep to deep melodic electronica. Past releases 'Blood Line' on Planet Mu and 'Deep Pools' EP on square records both in 2007. iTAL tEK's debut album 'Cyclical' was released on Planet Mu records in May 2008.
Leila Arab, musician, producer, recording artist, moved to London after the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran. She started recording for Rephlex Records her own style of heavily IDM-influenced soul/ambient music. Described by DJ Gilles Peterson as 'the best of what Britain has to offer in the cutting edge of music', composer/producer Leila has collaborated and toured live with Bjork, been featured on Plaid 's Not For Threes debut, and remixed the likes of Acacia under her experimental Gramatix alter-ego.
nfo_Cifon produces and composes Electro with abstract arrangements, pointing to a diverse range of influences. These are highlighted by an amalgam of styles, manifesting as angular, layered tones and rhythms, composed to have maximum impact in any environment. Characteristically Info_Cifon's arrangements are constructed from Modular foundations then built up with other forms of synthesis and distinctive programming techniques. Fundamentally, the various styles are tonal metaphors of a disdain for global institutions, govenments and diplomats with their own vested interests.
Bassnectar on his history, posted via bassnectar.net A quick run down of my musical life:
When I was in junior high I began discovering music that struck me, as opposed to music that felt familiar (like my parent’s music). This was mostly Metallica (the first song I heard of theirs was “Enter Sandman”, so this was after they had already become “mainstream” and blown up), NWA (which I memorized completely verbatim)...
The Rogue Element frontman
Lorenzo D'Angelo, better known as Lory D is a name you will find missing from the list of celebrated dark techno producers, e.g. Jeff Mills, The Mover, Lenny Dee and the Aphex Twin, although his music is as essential. He is an ex-Italian D.M.C. champion who has been playing since 1989 and owns the seminal Roman techno label Sounds Never Seen. He was one of the first people to bring the Acid House and Hardcore sounds of London to Rome, where he is regarded as something of a god.
Ana Sia’s love of electronic music combined with an innate understanding of the value of dance to the human soul collectively fuse to create unforgettable sets of experience, whether she is slamming spots in her hometown of San Francisco or taking her turn in the forests of music festivals around the country. Ana’s energetic delivery of brain-fazing beats has earned the Princess Slay-ah an important spot in pioneering the West Coast future sound movement.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1. Canadian frontman of The Tea Party.
2. A musician from Dublin, Ireland.
3. An American singer and drummer.
4. Lead artist behind the band Idaho 1) Jeff Martin was the lead vocalist and frontman of the Canadian rock band The Tea Party who is currently based in Perth, Australia. After the band broke up in 2005 he launched a solo career, and released his first solo album titled Exile and the Kingdom in April 2006.