There are more artists\band named Esther.
1. Esther, singer from Belgium. 2.Esther, Band from Bergen, Norway.
Sara og Camilla met at Bergen art school (KiB). Esther were one of their last art-projects on the second year, where the theme was a reality consept of becoming a band. The respondings to Esther were so great, that they had no choice but to keep on going, and Esther became the real thing :) Endre and Jan-Arve were seduced and joined the band. O'boy !!!! Esther released the debutalbum 'Esthers gesture' October this year.
There are more artists\band named Esther.
Featuring the unique talents of Jake Nauta and Daniel Georgiou, Playjerise are an acoustic duo hailing from the Blue Mountains, Sydney. The band have a new album as of 2009 titled "Better Life", while their previous albumette, "Cross The Line" was released in 2006. Over the years, the pair have performed to appreciative audiences at Hillsong Conferences, RICE Conferences, The Big Exo Day, Blackstump and Sonfest festivals, whilst recieving radio airplay on Triple J, Nova, FBI and FRESH FM 103.2.
RinneRadio is a trio of musicians from Finland. Operating on the boundaries of jazz and electronic music, the output of RinneRadio has been described as "some jazz, plenty of techno and ambient influences, a few poppy melodies, and hints of world music". The biography on the band's website provides this description of the music they produce: "RinneRadio fuses electronic underground beats with progressive jazz.
Thievery Corporation is a Washington, D.C.-based recording artist and DJ duo consisting of Rob Garza and Eric Hilton and their supporting artists. Their music style mixes elements of dub, acid jazz, indian classical and brazilian (such as bossa nova) with a lounge aesthetic. Thievery Corporation is on the Eighteenth Street Lounge record label named after the DC club owned by Eric Hilton, but several of their singles and EP's appear on the 4AD and !K7 labels.
Growing up in a log cabin in rural Vermont, Morgan Page began composing electronic-oriented music at the age of 14. By 15, his work appeared on local college radio and commercial stations in his hometown of Burlington, and began to spread to other cities. Towards the end of high school, Morgan got his own radio show at The University of Vermont, filling in for a friend on a popular Saturday night slot. This turned into a weekly endeavor that introduced Morgan to the vast assortment of electronic music that came by the boxload every week.
Bond Street Bridge is the creation of Auckland-based multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Sam Prebble. Sam has been playing music for as long as he can remember, and ‘probably before that as well,’ as he puts it. Bond Street Bridge is currently a solo project, but Sam has always played in bands, orchestras and choirs. For the past few years he has been playing in the Broken Heartbreakers and Reb Fountain’s Bandits, and has recently guested on releases by White Swan Black Swan, Dylan Storey and Andy Gibson, playing fiddle and writing string arrangements.
Over the last two years Katie Noonan and her new band
Daniel 'Dan' Kelly is the second oldest of six children, the nephew of Paul Kelly. He grew up in Queensland and learnt the guitar at thirteen, studying Environmental Science at University, in Brisbane, in 1990. He formed his first band, Nord, in Brisbane before moving to Melbourne in 1996, where in 2000 he started playing solo shows, under the name Dank Alley, not wanting to trade on his famous uncle’s name. In May, 2003 he released his first solo EP, Man O Mercy, which spawned the radio hit "Countermeal Kim".
Summer Night Air - the soft underbelly of Paul Heathcote - started in Summer 2003. Formally of ambient postrock purveyors Sansava, Summer Night air makes minimal drones with a sense of naivety and innocence that's so beautiful it could ooze out of your hi-fi speakers and drip onto your carpet. Some reviews: "worth tracking down if your taste leans towards the expansive, the minimally melodic and the distinctly dewy-eyed...artless but never quite gauche, 3 is a gentle but genuine pleasure." THE WIRE FEB 2006
Once described by Venue Magazine as a "musical dissident" and "Bristol's very own version of Jewel" and as SOS FM's DJ Paul Vallis said "suddenly this voice just hits you and pins you to the back wall" - this young singer is clearly a force to be reckoned with. A talent that has gradually matured through years of song-writing and performing, when Benita Johnson takes to the stage she has something to offer everyone.