There are at least two bands with this name. 1) The Opposition are a long running post-punk band from London, England that featured Ralph Hall, Marcus Bell and Mark Long, and mixed new wave sounds with reggae rhythms. Founded in 1979, The Opposition released their first single on the independent record label Double Vision records. This was called "Very Little Glory" which the NME (New Musical Express) reviewed and said that it was "a song recorded before its time".
Seven acts share the Odessa name:
(1) Odessa, a five piece metalcore band from Birmingham, England
(2) Odessa, a two piece electronica band from Europe.
(3) Odessa, a defunct French coldwave band on Murnau Records.
(4) Odessa, a contemporary Italian progressive rock band.
(5) Odessa, a italodisco nymphet, produced by Andy Tyrell. http://www.myspace.com/odessastar
(6) Odessa, a RAC band from Germany
(7)OdESSA, a garage funk/pop four piece band from Wellington, New Zealand.
There are 2 artists under the same name: 1) The Cold was a popular New Orleans band, performing from 1979 to 1985. This was during the Punk Rock and New Wave craze and The Cold drew their share of fans from the genre. 2) A band from Frankfurt was founded in 1997 as a quartet, initially featuring an unconventional interpretation of traditional new wave music from the early 80's. With the first Demo CD, today's five-member line-up joined forces and their repertoire was completely replaced by their own songs.
There are 7 bands under the name of SATORI: 1) UK based industrial / power electronics act. 2) USA based act providing a fresh mix of reggae, bluebeat, rocksteady and ska. 3) Shaman / ethno haos orchestra from Moldova. 4) HC/Death band from Vy
There is more than one band with this name. 1. Lowlife was a Scottish post-punk/dream pop band, active from 1985 to 1997. Although never obtaining mainstream popularity, they developed a cult following that continues to this day. Early years: Pre-Lowlife Dead Neighbours was an early-1980s psychobilly band from Grangemouth, Scotland, originally consisting of Craig Lorentson (vocals), David Steel (bass), Ronnie Buchanan (guitar) , and Grant McDowall (drums).
Joy Division were a post-punk band formed in 1976 in Salford, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom. The band dissolved in May 1980 after the suicide of its lead singer, Ian Curtis. Much of their popularity/reputation arguably resulted from frequent playings on air by iconic DJ John Peel, but it is easy now to overlook the impact that the first album, Unknown Pleasures, had on post-punk music at the time, as reference the number of prominent bands that cited this album as an influence.
Sulpher are: Monti: Drums, Programming
Rob Holliday: Guitars, Vocals
Mud: Live Bass Monti and Rob used to play together in a band called Curve around 2000. That’s the start of it all. The musical interests and influences seemed to fit - so they came together as Sulpher. The first album, Spray, was launched on 2002. Since then Rob Holliday has gone on to perform and record with the likes of Gary Numan, Marilyn Manson and The Prodigy. Now they are working in the upcoming album "Delete".
RONIN is the name of multiple musical acts. 1.) Ronin aka Jonathan Axelsson was born in Sweden, and got in touch with music very early in life since both his father and grandfather were musicians. As a young boy he started playing drums, and then continued with piano lessons. In the mid 90's he discovered a new type of music that would change his life forever. The music he heard was called deep house, and struck Jonathan's heart immediately. He now started to produce music in a more serious matter and in 1997 he got in touch with Johan Bacto, which later formed the label PlackTown Sounds.
Blacklist is a band from Brooklyn, New York comprised of Josh Strawn (vocals, guitar), Ryan Rayhill (bass), Glenn Maryansky (drums), and James Minor (guitar). They are one of the flagship bands of painter Pieter Schoolwerth's Wierd Records imprint. The band creates atmospheric modern rock music that has been described as "anthemic," - The Guardian UK, "darkly romantic," - The Village Voice, and "a much-needed anomaly in NYC's music scene." - Other Music.
===there are more than one artist named "Gestalt" ---1)
Gestalt was formed in 1982 in Lyon. The group draws from the musical Pantheon where Jim Morrisson and Léo Ferré, Hawkwind and Béla Bartok cross, and the most inventive formations of the moment, like Tuxedomoon or Mechanic. In this asserted eclecticism, it is especially its own way which Gestalt seeks. That of a dark energy rock'n'roll interfered research in the compositions.