Box Elders started as the Friday night goof off sessions of brothers Clayton and Jeremiah McIntyre. Naming themselves after the bugs that infested the house they grew up in, they began playing impromptu shows around Omaha. Drummer and organist Dave Goldberg saw them play a free show in a park and was convinced to join. The brothers suggested that Goldberg learn to play both instruments simultaneously instead of adding a fourth member. It took some practice.
Nick Ward is one of the most versatile songwriter to come out of Wales in a very long time. A songwriter with a sound all his own, Ward's beautifully crafted songs are filled not only with melody and passion, but also with an edge to set them apart from the plethora of sound-alikes currently awash in our stratosphere. Now signed to AudioFile Records, 2009 sees the re-release of debut album ‘Outside Looking In’ and the brand new 'Rag & Bone EP'.
There are at least six artists with this name:
1. French electronica duo formed in 1995. (The main producer of music under the name Air)
2. Chicago-based jazz trio formed in the early 70s.
3. Alias of ambient producer Pete Namlook.
4. Alias of Japanese artist Koji kurumatani.
5. German krautrock band.
6. Lithuanian artist band "Artist in residence" 1) The French band Air is a duo consisting of Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoit Dunckel.
Fitting to its name, the San Francisco quartet Enablers writes songs that are equally manipulative and encouraging to our darkest desires. The band made up of journeyman veterans of Swans, Tarnation, Nice Strong Arm and Toiling Midgets merges dramatic and flowing melodic soundscapes -- of which SF Gate calls "possibly the world's best power trio" -- with the visceral spoken narratives of underground literary veteran Pete Simonelli.
Fyfe Dangerfield is an English musician. He is best known as the leader singer and songwriter of the band Guillemots, but he is also a solo artist. He has plans to release his first solo album, Fly Yellow Moon, under this name in 2010.