Subgiant are favourites on the UK festival circuit, with appearances at the infamous Kingston Green Fair the Ambient Green Picnic and the Big Green Gathering. Their acceptance into the festival scene led them to a high profile slot at the Glastonbury Festival in the Summer of 2004. This was soon followed by the bands first album 'Advances in Twig Technology' on Blissfields Records. Radio 1 Dj Rob Da Bank booked the band for two consecutive years at the Bestival on the Isle of Wight and this was followed...
it's a eurotrash dream and i'm loving it. paco sala is the alter-ego of konntinent's antony harrison and anyone familiar with his past work will be quite surprised by this turn of events. "radial sundown" is an afterhours vapor trail through italo mazes and darkened alleys. swirling electronics are matched by smooth beats and pop-infused hymns. harrison bounces to the underbelly, always keeping something sinister just off-screen.
Marcellus Malik Pittman.
There are more than one artist with the name Gatekeeper. The macabre electronic duo Gatekeeper hails from Chicago. http://www.myspace.com/iiigatekeeperiii The early 90's hardline straight edge vegan hardcore band from Syracuse was one of the bands which vocalist Shane Durgee was in after Framework's demise. Gatekeeper's sound can be compared to Green Rage. Gatekeeper left behind a demo recorded on June 1st 1994 at Penguin Studios. Dubstep producer / DJ and Hench crew member from Bristol, England. http://www.myspace.com/gatekeeperproductions
Ashtech is a producer, bass player and solo artist. His style combines original dub and urban electronica and it is uniquely characterised by the flavor of is heavy dubby bassline which features strongly in all of his productions. He moves the first steps in music very early as a dj, approaching electronica and developing a passion for experimental music.
Ashtech soon becomes an established figure in the italian mainstream music scenario collaborating with many artists both as a producer and as a composer on a total of 14 albums...
Llwybr Llaethog (Welsh for Milky Way, although the Milky Way has several names in Welsh folklore) are an experimental Welsh language band that effectively mix such varied musical genres as rap, dub, reggae, hip hop, and punk in their music. Founded in the northern Welsh town of Blaenau Ffestiniog in 1985 by John Griffiths and Kevs Ford, the two teens had spent the seventies growing up in the decaying industrial surroundings of Blaenau Ffestiniog, Wales. The two were heavily influenced by reggae and the punk scene that was sweeping the UK.
There is more than one artist with this name:
1) iOTA is an Australian musician making his name not only in music, but on stage. He arrived on the music scene in 1999 with his debut album "The Hip Bone Connection". Since then he has had two ARIA Award nominations and gone on to release three more albums and a renowned EP "Little Carlos". In 2006 iOTA took to the stage as Hedwig Robinson, the lead of the cult musical Hedwig & the Angry Inch.
Bristol Funk-ska-dub band Renowned for their high-energy live performances at countless venues and festivals all over the UK, Smerins Anti-Social Club provide an intoxicating musical brew which combines a hefty dose of punk-funk, dub and groove-based wig outs, a keen ear for the absurd and a huge brass section. Having formed in Southampton in 2001, the band are now based in Bristol.
There are multiple artists with this name: 1. Downhill are a 5 piece pop-punk band from Dublin/Wexford, Ireland.
Their name comes from the New Found Glory song, "All Downhill From Here." The band released their debut EP in 2009 ''This is our Progress''.
There second EP, titled, "Recovery" featuring their new singer and bass player was released, for free, on Friday the 17th of September 2010.