There are numerous bands with the name Marathon: 1. Marathon was a melodic punk band from various parts of upstate New York, formed from the ashes of bands such as Standfast, De La Hoya, and Building On Fire. They toured the US and won fans with their sincere political lyrics and catchy melodies. In May of 2006 Marathon played their final two shows in New Brunswick, NJ and Syracuse, NY. Members of Marathon continue to write music and tour the world in bands like Attica! Attica! and Polar Bear Club.
Cornelis de Bondt, born on December 9th 1953 in The Hague, The Netherlands, studied at the Royal Conservatory in that same city. He followed lessons in music theory with Hein Kien, Ineke Kien-Vermaas and Diderik Wagenaar and studied composition under, among others, Jan van Vlijmen and Louis Andriessen.
In 1984 he concluded his studies and was awarded the prize for composition.
Since 1988 he has been employed by the Royal Conservatory as a teacher of music theory.
Jacco Gardner is a neo-psych/baroque pop multi instrumentalist from The Netherlands. He creates a unique sound by combining the sounds of harpsichord, strings, flutes and other classical instruments with raw psychedelic effects. His music is influenced by artists like Billy Nicholls, Duncan Browne, The Zombies, The Beach Boys, Curt Boettcher, Pink Floyd, Bo Grumpus. Jacco released his debut 7-inch single in february 2012 called 'Clear The Air' with 'A House on the Moon' as its B-side on Action Weekend Records.
1.) Dutch Death Metal band XENOMORPH was founded in 1992 emerging from the underground scene in The Netherlands. Their most steady line-up became: DeTombe (vocals), Coert Zwart (guitar), Kreft (guitar), JRA (bass) and Marc Bomber (drums). They most likely got their name from the "scientific" predicate given to the aliens starring in the Aliens movie series. Their lyrics are mostly about evil, Satan, and other dark and occult stuff more than once inspired by the work of artists like H.R. Giger and Sir Ridley Scott.
Sensory Overload, Robbert Latumahima, is a pioneer from the Dutch undergound. Robbert started out as Hybrid Systems back in 1996. He was a part of the Mononom collective as well and continued the Mononom recordlabel for releasing his own productions until 1999, changing name to Sensory Overload around that time. As a musician he sets himself apart with his minimalistic, industrial rhythms and deep spheric sounds. He has designed and built his own sequencer, using it for his famous live sets.
Omnia may refer to several artists, here listed in order of popularity on last.fm: 1. Omnia is a self-described "neoceltic pagan folk" band based in The Netherlands and Belgium and whose members are Irish, Dutch, Indonesian, English and Belgian. Their traditional music takes on the form of various cultural routes, from places around the world such as Ireland, England and Afghanistan. They sing in Welsh, English, Irish, Breton, Finnish, German, Latin and Hindi and play Celtic harp, mouth harp, hurdy-gurdy...
Bas Bron is perhaps most famous in the Netherlands under the moniker Bastian. As Bastian, he scored a modest national hit in 2001 with the song You've Got My Love, which was accompanied by a music video showing the song's lyrics on shirts worn by dancing women, showing only their upper chest. The song reached #17 in the Dutch Top 40. Later in 2001 the debut album Ready was released, filled with electrofunk and electropop-influenced music enhanced with Commodore 64 sound effects. Two years later the second album It's All Downhill From Here came out.
Reason to Kill found life early 2005. With nothing but experienced members in the squad, this band is ready to bring the music to you. Brutal songs and an astonishing live performance, influenced by bands such as Machine Head, Killswitch Engage, E-town Concrete and Soilwork. After the release of their demo EP 'Newborn Tragedy' in March 2006, the band quickly established a solid live performance. This resulted in several live shows through The Netherlands and Belgium. In December 2006 RTK recorded their new offspring; 8 tracks of hardhitting metalcore entitled 'Renewing the Chapter'.
These three bearded men from the northern part of Holland bring post-noise alternated with enchanting, mellowed out dreampop. With amps in overdrive and lots of reverberated vocals this band made quite a name for itself in a short period of time. They also seem to have a mission to go with their music as they themselves declare: Wolvon gives comfort to those in need. Or as we like to say: Get your Wolvon!
I´m Arjuna, one of the Parvati Records dj label. I grew up between Italy and India, and I made all my first dj experiences in Goa. I´v been playing mainly there, but then also in many other countries like Italy, Switzerland, Norway, Spain, Makedonia, Nepal, Japan.
After years of djing I felt like I needed to create something, to take out from my brain a lot of ideas, so i did an electronic music production course (S.A.E. in Milano, Italy) and started to travel in the production world, discovering all thoose amazing programs to create sounds.