The Coathangers are a rock band from Atlanta, Georgia. They are: The Crook Kid Coathanger: Vocals, guitar, tamborine; Minnie Coathanger: Vocals, bass, tamborine; Rusty Coathanger: Vocals, drums; Bebe Coathanger: Vocals, keys. The band formed in 2006 as a joke, played a house show and were asked to open for The Hiss on the strength of their performance. The name was chosen for its vulgarity - an irreverent take on abortions - though all band members are pro-choice.
Mike Viola ( formerly of the Candy Butchers ) has contributed to the soundtracks of music related films like "That Thing You Do" and "Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story",
There are three artists known as Roman: 1. Roman is a Cologne-based pop musician 2. Roman (fl. c. 1500) was a Spanish composer. 3.Roman is a rapper from Republic of Moldova 4. Roman (Madrolle) is a rock/blues musician.
Lindsey R. Green (a.k.a. Audiovoid / LayerZ) grew up in Healdsburg, a small town in Northern California. From involvement in Death Metal band "Lamia" and journeying to IDM, Techno,Psy-Trance, Breakbeat and Electro. Audoivoid never limits himself to just one genre of music.
Groups like 'The Orb' and 'Art of Noise' were also early influences. In 2002 Lindsey compiled 80 minutes of material from various demos and created his first full length CD, "Twilight Machine". In 2003, Ultra Records nominated him a top finalist for a remix he did of Sasha's 'Wavy Gravy'.
Originally formed in Portland, Oregon as a side project of It Prevails in 2006, American Me ended up going full time to pursue a heavier endeavor. Since getting signed to Rise Records, the band has released 2 full length albums, the most recent of which being Siberian Nightmare Machine, and 1 EP, with a 3rd full length due for release August 2012 through Rise Records. American Me has toured the US since 2007-present, as well as Japan in early 2011. Tony Tataje - Vocals
Tomasso Marra (Tommyknocker) was born in Italy on january the 20th 1977.
Tommyknocker starts his career in 1994 when he begins performing in some 'illegal' parties which are organized in Rome.
From '95 to '97 he collaborates with the “Virus staff” of Freddy K, and he is Resident Dj of a few discotheques like "06" and after "Oxygen" (the first hardcore club of Rome).
He even takes part to a radio show called "Hardcore Play" where he works as director together with Freddy. From '97 to '99 he plays in the biggest hardcore parties of Rome.
The Philip Glass Ensemble is a musical group founded by composer Philip Glass in 1968 to serve as a performance outlet for his experimental minimalist music. The Ensemble's instrumentation became a hallmark of Glass' early minimalist style. After Glass wrote his first opera, Einstein on the Beach, for the Ensemble in 1976, he began to compose for other instrumentation more frequently. While the Ensemble's exact instrumentation has varied over the years, it has generally consisted of amplified woodwinds, keyboard synthesizers, and solo soprano voice (singing solfege).
1) Ophidian is Conrad Hoyer, a hardcore producer from Gelderland, Netherlands. Using keyboards and cassette recorders Conrad Hoyer started recording his first songs and mixes in 1993, 11 years old (born september first 1981) at the time. By 1995 hardcore music had become very infuential for the Dutch youth and he started using computer software to write hardcore songs. With the artists of the Ruffneck label as main lead he worked on perfecting his technique, specialising in fast, breakbeat-orriented juno-sound hardcore.
The name Send More Paramedics is a reference to the 1985 horror/comedy, Return of the Living Dead. The band originally formed as a side project of Leeds band 'And None of Them Knew They Were Robots, but have gained a higher profile than And None of Them Knew They Were Robots, who have since split up. The band played in the 1980s crossover style, what they described as "Zombiecore... a fusion of 80s thrash and modern hardcore punk", with lyrics about zombies and cannibalism, and are heavily influenced by zombie movies.
Dale Howard was born in Marshall, Texas a small historic town located in the Piney Woods of East Texas. His adoptive father moved the family to Corpus Christi to accept an employment opportunity performing iron work when Dale was 8 years old. Dale grew up listening to the “Great Gentleman” Jim Reeves, watching Captain Kangaroo, and attending Garden Dale Baptist Church. As a young man, Dale was interested in music and magic.