Government Of Youth (GOY for short) was a political hardcore-punk ensemble hailing from Alphen aan den Rijn, the Netherlands. The band consisted of Niek (guitar/vocals), Mix (guitar/vocals), PeeWee (bass) and Bas (drums). The band played for three years and released one demo-cd. In 2000 GOY broke up due to creative differences.
Tango! Tango canciòn! Maldito tango! MELINGO is an Argentinean phenomenon: a bohémien from Buenos Aires, a tango & milonga maestro who of course comes across as enthralling. Those who like their music subtle and playful, and can also appreciate a Paolo Conte, will be sure to fall for this pure-bred performer. Following a varied past (also with rock and punk acts), in 2004 the surprising CD 'Santa Milonga' suddenly appeared - and in spring 2008 the new 'Maldito Tango' (on the Manaña label of Gotan Project...
There are two artists going by the name Heatbeat: 1). An Argentine trance duo. Heatbeat Music is formed by 2 young Argentine DJs and producers, Matias Faint (23 years old) and Agustin Servente (21 years old). This duo was created in the middle of 2006. As children, Matias and Agustin were influenced by artists like The Prodigy, Chemical Brothers, BT, Judge Jules, Paul van Dyk and more. Their productions range from progressive trance, electro trance, tech-trance, uplifting trance, Nu trance (or also known like Minimal trance).
Daniel Barenboim, KBE (born 15 November 1942) is an Argentine-born pianist and conductor. He has served as music director of several major symphonic and operatic orchestras and made numerous recordings. Currently, he is general music director of La Scala in Milan, the Berlin State Opera, and the Staatskapelle Berlin; he previously served as Music Director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Orchestre de Paris.
Tanghetto is a Buenos Aires-based band that focuses its material in the combination of Argentine tango with electronic music, jazz and other musical genres. The “Tanghetto sound” is rather unique; it's a fusion of diverse sources of inspiration, both contemporary and traditional, that converge in Buenos Aires with the bandoneon (the nostalgic and characteristic instrument of the tango). Bandoneon takes the singer's role and is surrounded by diverse acoustic instruments and a sonic wall of synths and samplers.
Militia is the name of at least 7 artists.
1) Militia is a Belgian industrial percussion band. It was founded in 1989 by the multi-instrumentalist Frank Gorissen and wind instrument player Jo Billen and now 6 musicians are involved. The band is known for its use of self made percussion and wind instruments and the scrap material they transform into musical instruments. The band's music is often inspired by the anarchic and atheist social views and their concirn about our natural environment, themes that can be found in most of their lyrics and statements.
The name Nelson Goerner is already firmly established as one of the most remarkable pianists of his generation. Born in 1969 in San Pedro in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, he revealed his exceptional gifts very early on by teaching himself to read and write before the age of three.
His family – whose diverse origins include Sudeten Germany, Italy, Spain and Bolivia – was not a musical one and there was no school of music and no musical life in their town.
There are 4 artists which go by the name of Pez: 1) a hard, experimental Rock trio from Argentina
2) an Australian Emcee from Melbourne
3) an emcee based in Plymouth, UK
4) a producer from Holland*.
5) an electro-popartist from Holland 1) Pez was formed in December 1993 by Ariel Minimal on Guitar and Voice, together with the Barbieri brothers (Poli on drums and Alez on bass). The project is a hard, experimental Rock trio that started to play on the Buenos Aires circuit in 1994.