No Use for a Name (often abbreviated NUFAN) is a punk rock band from San Jose, California. They were formed in 1987 by Tony Sly and Rory Koff. The band is highly praised in the skate punk and hardcore scenes, though their sound has evolved considerably through the years, taking on a much lighter and poppier brand of melodic punk. NUFAN's debut album, Incognito, was released in 1990 through New Red Archives.
1. Denise Katrina Matthews (born January 4, 1959), better known as Vanity but sometimes credited as Denise Matthews-Smith or D.D. Winters, is a Canadian-born singer, songwriter, dancer, actress, model, and full-time preacher. She was the lead singer for the Prince-mentored female trio Vanity 6, which recorded the 1982 R&B hit "Nasty Girl". Matthews formally gave up her stage name "Vanity" and became a born-again Christian in 1994, the year she almost died from the effects of snorting cocaine.
The Last Shadow Puppets is a band that consists of Alex Turner of Sheffield band Arctic Monkeys and Miles Kane of The Rascals. They released their debut album, The Age of the Understatement, on the 21st April 2008 in the U.K., and 6th May in the U.S. The album also features James Ford (producer and half of the duo Simian Mobile Disco) and string arrangements from Owen Pallett a.k.a Final Fantasy. The album went straight to number one in the U.K. Albums Chart.
French guitar hero, he recently released one album under the name of "Metal Kartoon".
His band is called Mörglbl Trio,since 1997, with Ivan Rougny and Jean-Pierre Frelézeau.
There are multiple bands named Resin. 1) A grindcore / noise band 2) Without knowing a bunch of bands named Resin already existed, the duo of Joel D'amour and Matt Pacey (aka Forkimified) from Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada used the name during highschool. They played mostly lo-fi acoustic and grunge songs, with the occasional electric guitar noise collage. They are now known as Lemon Scented Shotgun.
Canadian singer and songwriter Neil Young includes his personal garage band Crazy Horse ("second best backing band in the world") to make raw and unpolished rock. Their gritty style of rock has influenced countless artists and music styles. Crazy Horse is best known for its long association with Young, despite having released five albums of its own over a 19-year span. It has been co-credited with Young as Neil Young and Crazy Horse on 13 albums, "Live at the Fillmore East" from the 1970 tour (2006) being the last.
There is more than one artist active under the name Juha. One is a Dutch producer, DJ and radio presenter from the Netherlands. He is the host of 3voor12 Viral Radio, a programme that has been following dubstep and experimental beats since late 2006 on Dutch public radio. Juha of London evolved from a queer kind of hip hop into "gothic soul music" - a fusion of soul, hip hop, gothic, and world.
Patrick Martin Stump, born on April 27, 1984 in Glenview, Illinois, is a Chicago musician, composer and producer. Most notably, he was the lead singer and guitarist of the pop-punk band Fall Out Boy. Patrick Stump comes from a musically inclined family. His father, Dave Stumph, is a folk singer, and his older brother, Kevin, is an accomplished violinist . Patrick participated in Music Center of Deerfield's program before secondary education, and played drums for a number of bands during middle school and high school including: Public Display of Infection, Xgrinding processX, and Patterson.
Born in Portugal in 1964, he has lived and worked in Barcelona since 1992. In 1992, he finished his studies at the Fine Art School of Paris with a degree in sculpture/multimedia. Apart from his work as a visual artist, he became involved in improvised music around 1995, concentrating on electric guitar and accordion. Monteiro has been a member of 22a, an independent collective for contemporary art, since 1998.
About Changer In November 1999, drummer Kristjan B. Heidarsson grew tired of the musical direction of his band, Shiva, and decided to do a solo project in order to get ideas out of his head. This was the birth of Changer, which remained a one man project for the time being.
In January 2000 Kristjan recorded Changer's first album, January 109, on his own, with the help of his friend Adalsteinn Mar Bjornsson. January 109 was released in only 50 handnumbered copies through Hardkjarni Records in February.