The simple combination of Baldwin's bass and singing is pure, direct, and timeless. Today, when most of the so-called musical innovators simply offer contemporary takes on already proven and accepted movements in music (neo-psychedelia, nth-wave garage bands...) Portsmouth, New Hampshire's Nat Baldwin is a true original. Baldwin is an upright bass player and a singer, but he takes both of those things to their limit, and has perfected a sound that he can call entirely his own.
The expressions on the faces of the audience mid-way through The Vitamin B12s performance displayed a wonderful mix of amusement, confusion, horror and intrigue. The band created a 20-minute long piece, improvised on percussion by individuals all listening to headphones and unaware of what the others were playing. As one band member wandered slowly round the bar gently tapping a cymbal, and another began hitting the stage curtain with a drumstick...
HK 119 is a powerful Nordic force resolved to shatter any illusions you may have about your comfortable post-millennial society. This beautiful blonde creature, at once Amazonian and eerily robotic, is the creation of Finnish artist Heidi Kilpelainen. Her dystopian vision of the world takes elements of the modern human condition and pushes them to the extreme, where people have sacrificed their humanity for consumerism, and technology pervades every detail of our lives.
There are three artists that use the name NON: 1) Under the name NON, originally with second member Robert Turman, Boyd Rice has recorded several seminal noise music albums, and collaborated with experimental music/dark folk artists like Current 93, Death in June, Rose McDowall and with Coil as Sickness of Snakes. Most of his music has been released on the Mute Records label. Rice has also collaborated with Foetus, Z'ev, Frank Tovey, Tony Wakeford of Sol Invictus, Douglas P. of Death in June and Michael Moynihan of Blood Axis.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) The Id is a four-piece experimental hip hop/rock/folk/metal/funk/jazz band from Richmond Virginia. Debut album "I Can't Believe How Cool We Are" was released in March, 2006. 2) The Id is a four-piece psychedelic pop band from Los Angeles. They had one record: "The Inner Sounds of The Id", recorded in 1966-67. 3) The Id is a seven-piece (three singers, two guitarists, bassist, drummer, and keyboard player) group from Wirral, UK.
Bobby Conn is Love. Bobby Conn is all. Bobby Conn is peace, prosperity and a chicken in every pot. Bobby Conn will sing his way into your heart with his catchy songs about cocaine, the supremecy of the Jewish people and the upcoming apocalypse. ALL PRAISE BOBBY CONN!!! Bobby Conn is a musician from Chicago, known for his pop-rock. He often collaborates with other Midwestern artists like musicians Colby Starck and Jim O'Rourke, and film-maker Usama Alshaibi.
POLYSICS is a Japanese new wave/synth pop/punk/rock band, hailing from Tokyo. The band started in 1997, but got their big break in 1998 at a concert in Tokyo. They create high energy music, fusing conventional guitar music, with synthesized and computer generated sound to create a unique mixture of punk and electro-pop. Their song lyrics often consist of Japanese, English, or just plain gibberish. The band has been noted for their extremely energetic live performances and their wild gimmicky outfits.
Arnold Dreyblatt (b. New York City, 1953) is an American composer and visual artist. He studied with Pauline Oliveros, La Monte Young, and Alvin Lucier and has been based in Berlin, Germany since 1984. His compositions are based on harmonics, and thus just intonation, played either through a bowing technique he developed for his modified bass, a children's piano he specially tuned, or conventional instruments.