Cuff the Duke is a Canadian band from Oshawa, Ontario, that has been active from 2001. They play a blend of traditional country and folk music with indie rock influences, and can be categorized as an alt-country group. The line-up of the band has evolved, with the consistent members thus far being Wayne Petti (vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica, bass) and Paul Lowman (bass, piano, backing vocals, fiddle, guitar, lap steel). Petti and Murray have also released solo albums.
Giraffage is the creation of 21-year old multi-instrumentalist/producer Charlie Yin of San Francisco, California. The general sound of Giraffage is described as a weaver of refreshingly crisp electro dream pop tunes that thread their way through loose-knit grooves and tightly-toothed rhythms. Gaining inspiration from things as diverse as dreams or the weather, Giraffage evokes a woozy yet familiar mood that is sure to stimulate your eardrums and leave you feeling a sense of nostalgia and melancholy.
Noise & Rapps from Memphis,TN. Cities Aviv is the sole project of Gavin M. with collaborations. Stay Gold Digital Lows - http://www.mediafire.com/?hz5txt0e2czqf08
1. SAFE is just Chris Edley, multi-media artist and apparent poultry enthusiast. Story goes that after living in New York, doing art for all the MGMT videos and even co-directing Saul Williams' "Convict Colony" clip, dude went broke and moved back to the East Bay, where he made the SAFE album in a basement with limited means. 2.Safe is a project produced and arranged by John Amatiello, Kristian Lundin, Max Martin, Alexander Cronlund, and Herbie Crichlow.
Single: "Love Is All Wee Need".
R. Cole Furlow fronts Dead Gaze, a skuzzy but very poppy lo-fi band out of Mississippi. In 2010, after Dead Gaze's first cassette release, End of Days, Why Not You on Mirror Universe, the group released a split with Gray Things on Clan Destine. The same year, they also released a two-song 7” single on Fire Talk Records, which found them moving from their early Flaming Lips sound in a chillwave direction with drum machines and synthesizers. ~ Jason Lymangrover, Rovi
There are, at least, two artists known as ceo/CEO. 1. ceo: A pseudonym of Eric Berglund (of The Tough Alliance). Co-founder and owner of Sincerely Yours records based in Göteborg, Sweden.“Come With Me” is the first single from the forthcoming ceo album, White Magic, which comes out late June on Modular. 2. CEO: A pseudonym of Fatir M. Hidayat (aka Frederick Murl Randle & FMH, born 4 Jan 1971, Houston,Texas). The CEO of Enterprise Entertainment Recording Group, (made in 1998), who has produced several mix tapes, video production and albums for Enterprise Entertainment Recording Group.
More than one artist named Moonface. 1. Spencer Krug of Sunset Rubdown, Swan Lake, Wolf Parade and Fifths of Seven.
2. Phil Thompson AKA Moonface is a DJ and producer living, breathing the underground dance music scene for over 20 years now. Since being signed to John Digweed’s label Bedrock, Phil became resident at the monthly Bedrock London and Brighton nights. Phil has also been a regular at high profile events in the UK as well as major club nights and dance festivals covering most of the top spots around the globe.
The story of Big Scary begins in 2006, when Melbourne duo Tom Iansek and Jo Syme, armed with just acoustic guitars and egg shakers, started playing songs together in the living room of Jo’s parents’ house. After a bit of a break, the two reconvened in 2008, this time with more instruments—electric guitars, drums, piano, mandolins and ukuleles—and a bolder, more expansive vision. What began as a few rainy day acoustic ballads in their first incarnation soon grew into an all-encompassing, genre-defying sound.
Tearjerker is from Toronto. Their music is rich with dreamy guitars, thoughtful vocals, driving bass, and a mix of live and sampled drums. Tearjerker is Micah, Trevor, and Taylor. Their newest album Rare was released on November 15th, 2011. www.tearjerker.ca