A traditional anarcho-punkband from Finland myspace: http://www.myspace.com/i98i
* 1981 – Nineteeneightyone - ist das künstlerische Alter Ego des Wiener Musikers Pieter Gabriel. Unter diesem Namen spielt(e) er seine Musik mit diversen MitmusikerInnen auch live, unter anderem bei einer Studio 2 Session von Radio FM4 im April 2008. * „City Of Last Things“ (unveröffentlicht) ist das Debütalbum von 1981. Produziert von Herwig Zamernik (Naked Lunch, Fuzzman) in dessen Fuzzroom in Klagenfurt. Der Veröffentlichungstermin ist noch unbekannt.
Witch Mountain is a stoner/doom metal band formed in Portland, OR in 1997 by Rob Wrong (Iommi Stubbs, ex-M99) and Nate Carson (Point Line Plane, Two Ton Boa, Sunn O))) collaborator, etc). In 2000 the demo "Homegrown Doom" was released in Europe, and Dave Hoopaugh (Iommi Stubbs, Coma Void, Towers) was brought to be the bass player. Debut album Come the Mountain was released in 2001, selling its first printing in 2 months. A period of hibernation went into effect at 2002, mostly for family reasons.The band reunited and started touring again in 2005.
Steven Paul "Elliott" Smith (August 6, 1969 – October 21, 2003) was an American songwriter and musician. Smith was born in Omaha, Nebraska, raised primarily in Texas, and resided for a significant portion of his life in Portland, Oregon, where he first gained popularity. His primary instrument was the guitar, but he was also proficient at piano, clarinet, bass, drums and harmonica. Smith had a distinctive vocal style characterized by his "whispery, spiderweb-thin delivery" and use of multi-tracking to create vocal harmonies.
Ian Nagoski has released four solo recordings of slow electronic music:
Warm, Coursing Blood (Colorful Clouds for Acoustics, 1999)
Violets for Your Furs (Edition ..., 2002)
Effortless Battle (Recorded, 2003)
Kerflooey (Eshe, 2007)
Three of these are available for free download here. Nagoski has also contributed to recordings by Jack Rose, Magali Babin, Azusa Plane, Six Organs of Admittance, Joe McPhee, the Lum and Abner of Morocco, Tom Carter, Pelt and others.
Kiesza has packed a lot into her 22 years. She's been a navy codebreaker, a national beauty pageant contestant and a tall ship sailor.But these days, writing and performing music is the Calgary native's main passion. It's been only four years since Kiesza (pronounced Kye-za) wrote her first song on her mother's old guitar. "I knew that my mom had a guitar in storage in the house," she says. "My parents got divorced when I was 18 and I had a lot of emotions going on and I went searching for it. When I found it and started playing it, I wrote a song that first day.
Mat created Mons as an outlet for his lifelong love of sound. In particular, the sounds of fuzz boxes, drums, drum machines, vintage synths as well as the cheapest Casios, theremins, vocoders and randomly captured conversations comprise but a few of the tools in his arsenal. Over the course of 3 albums, including Stimulus Frequency For The Localization of Sound in Space, released in 2004, a wide array of sounds, textures and tones have resulted from his chaotic yet pure approach. Mons continues to be exclusively a studio recording endeavor from inside the confines of his Washington, D.
CMX (short for Cloaca Maxima) is a Finnish rock group consisting of A.W. Yrjänä (vocals, bass), Janne Halmkrona (guitar) and Timo Rasio (guitar). Starting as an English language hardcore punk band, CMX eventually moved to a bit more conventional style of rock, even though their music could be described as somewhat experimental (at least when compared to the other Finnish mainstream rock groups). Known for Yrjänä's folklore-esque lyrics, riped with references to religion, mythology...