Hawksley Workman (born March 4, 1975) is the stage name of Ryan Corrigan, a Canadian rock singer-songwriter who has acquired critical approval for his original yet accessible blend of cabaret pop and glam rock. He was born in Ontario, Canada, near Huntsville in the Muskoka region, north of Toronto. To pursue his musical career, he later moved to Toronto. His first album, 1999's "For Him And The Girls" earned him comparisons to the likes of Tom Waits, Rheostatics and Harry Nilsson.
Drawing on influences from old-time jazz standards, folk balladry and traditional country, Halifax Nova Scotia’s Jill Barber has become one of Canada’s most distinctive young voices. Jill is gaining acclaim and radio play for her new 2008 album " Chances" and her status as a 2008 double-Juno nominee and multiple East Coast Music Award winner for previous releases "For all Time" (2006) and "Oh Heart" (2004).
There are at least 5 artists/bands named Ouroboros: 1) A technical death-thrash metal band from Australia (who changed their name from 'DRED' in 2008)
2) A brutal death metal band from France
3) A dark-esoteric-ambient act from Italy
4) A black metal band from Canada
4) A doom metal band from Pittsburgh, PA
Soft and loud. Sweet and sour. Boys and girls. Together and broken... Sometimes violins, sometimes organs. ohbijou plays music to swell your heart. ohbijou is...
Ryan Carley and
Andrew Kinoshita. Laying in bed, in a fit of unbridled happiness, hitting me like an unexpected sneeze, I looked at you and said....ohbijou.
Young Galaxy are a Canadian indie rock/dream pop band, whose members are Stephen Ramsay (vocals/guitar) and Catherine McCandless (vocals/keyboards), and Stephen Kamp (bass/vocals) Young Galaxy formed in Vancouver as duo including Stephen Ramsay and Catherine McCandless. Through that summer of 2005 and the spring of 2006 they recorded with appearances and contributions of friends at Jace Lasek’s Breakglass Studio.
Formed in 1988, Skaface has a unique sound which combines ska with many different genres of music including rock, punk and jazz. They have toured extensively throughout Canada and New York State, including dates with popular 70s two-tone groups Bad Manners, and The Selecter. They were also honored to have old school great Laurel Aitken on stage with them earlier in their career and played with Toots and the Maytals at the Canadian National Exhibition.
There are several bands named Kobayashi: 1) Germany (1997 - ) Hardcore-Punk band.
2) Georgia, US (1998 - ) Electronica, hip-hop influenced duo featuring E_B_A and Sir Mildred Pierce.
3) Montreal, Canada (2000 - 2007) Acid Jazz, Funk, Electronica band.
4) St. Pölten, Austria (1997-2000) Chaotic Power-Violence-Band 1) A Hardcore-Punk band from Germany that exists since 1997. They released 2 albums ("Disko", 2002 and "Neuanstrich", 2006) and several singles (debut single 2001, Split-Single with Koyaanisqatsi (2004) and a split-Single with the spanish band Disface (2004).
Jully Black (born Jully Ann Inderia Gordon on November 8, 1979 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian R&B singer of Jamaican heritage, and was brought up in the notorious Jane and Finch area of Toronto. Her given name is pronounced "JOO-lee". Black had a Top 40 hit on the Canadian charts in 1998 with "Rally'n". She has collaborated and written for many notable artists, including Nas, Missy Elliott, Saukrates, Choclair, Kardinal Offishall, Destiny's Child and Sean Paul. She has had subsequent hits with singles such as "You Changed" and "Between Me and U".
Trigger Effect are a bunch of jerks from Montreal who play some loud, obnoxious music. They like to travel around from city to city in a big, smelly van and get out ever so often to yell at people. They have made some musical discs including Dare to Ride the Heliocraft and Friendship Adventure Music, Versitis Maximus and Escape From Planet Scorpion. They have made parties with a bunch of cool bands all over North America and Europe.