Teenage Bad Girl is French duo Guillaume Manbell and Greg Kazubski. They are part of the French electro-house scene. In March 2007 they released their first album, Cocotte on Citizen Records; it includes two remixes by Boys Noize and Hystereo, and a vinyl-only exclusive remix by Yuksek.
There are three bands named Dissident.
1) Dissident from Russia.
2) Dissident from Australia.
3) Dissident from Bulgaria. 1) Dissident is the production name of Russian based Stanislav Sevostyanikhin. Residing in St.Petersburg at the Baltic sea shore, he spends most of his time slicing beats, sampling street sounds and creating trends in modern music culture. He is influenced by very different kinds of music that allowed him to produce such diverse and truly innovative tunes.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Grandma is one of Connor Kirby-Long's better-known aliases, although he is probably most well-known currently as Khonnor. As Grandma, he released several EPs online while still in high school, including Bopping Around in a Skin Car EP, For Your Broken Heart EP, Spinach Gas Room Spaghetti Straps EP, and Tiny Fashion. See Khonnor for information on his full-length, released on type records. 2) A Goregrind band from Argentina.
Read more about Grandma on Last.fm.
(1) Margot is a duo formed by two Italians guys: Pepe and Giaga. Pepe began his musical experience when he was 14 studying rhythmics, while Giaga took his first step in the music world playing the piano and singing at 14.
At 16 years old, they both got very interested in electronic music and now since more than ten years the two italian producers are working in the best underground clubs in Rimini (Cocoricò, Classic Club and Echoes) and Italy.
There has been more than one artist known as Fur. 1. FUR began in 2008 as Bryce Isbell's solo effort with the intention of developing into an experimental, poly-collaborative electronic project consisting of Isbell's friends and musical peers. Before creating music under his Fur moniker, Isbell studied film in Paris, France and it was during this time that he began to develop an understanding for visual and musical composition.
Tyondai Braxton is an American composer and performer and ex-guitarist / singer of American experimental-rock super-group Battles, and as a prominently featured artist on record label Warp Records. He has been actively producing and performing music under his name as a solo artist, as well as collaboratively under various group titles and collectives, since 1998. Raised in Connecticut, Braxton is the son of multi-instrumentalist and avant-garde composer Anthony Braxton. He later studied composition at Hartt School of Music in Hartford, Connecticut with Robert Carl and Ingram Marshall.
A Lily is James Vella (of Yndi Halda) who makes magical electronic music that matches the likes of Boards of Canada. He has just been signed onto a new record deal to release his latest record. Similar to Yndi Halda, James makes beautiful music in his side-project, but it is nothing like the post-rock sound Yndi Halda makes, it's unique from that, and the ambient soundscapes created provoke a much more calm, serene feel to the music that other similar electronic artists can bring.
Dr. Octagon is one of Kool Keith's many alter egos. His initial release as Dr. Octagon was 1996's Dr. Octagonecologyst, on which he collaborated with Dan the Automator Nakamura and DJ QBert. After the name was dropped in favour of Dr. Dooom, it was widely believed that it wouldn't be used again until the release of 2006's The Return of Dr. Octagon, which Keith maintains was changed and released without his consent.
"Human Haircut" is just one of many chosen monikers for music producer Matthew Critchley. Matt lives in the South West of England, where he has his own studio and is currently building up a collective of work. He is also working on the "Feathered Edge" project with friend and composer James Randall.