MUTEMATH is an alternative rock band which formed in New Orleans, LA, United States in 2003. They consist of Paul Meany (vocals, keytar, keyboards, samples), Roy Mitchell-Cárdenas (bass, percussion), Darren King (drums, samples), and Todd Gummerman (guitar, keyboards, backing vocals). Since MUTEMATH released its first EP in late 2004 and hit the road in 2005, their inherent nature has challenged limitations and expanded parameters.
Ten things you never knew about SpekkiChris: 1. SpekkiChris are a four-piece folk-jazz band based in North London. Spekki himself is also a member of the secretive North London Kazoo Orchestra. 2. Raised in Macclesfield, Spekki is a self-taught guitarist, although before escaping the town as a teenager he was taught guitar for a few months by Phil McCavity of Macc Lads fame. 3. Spekki Chris began playing live in 1998 and it took a decade for the current band to form around him.
The Presets are Julian Hamilton (keyboard and vocals) and Kim Moyes (drums and keyboard). They are an electronic two piece from Sydney, Australia who met when they were both members of Prop. Hamilton and Moyes broke off from Prop in 2003, when they remixed a track, "Magnetic Highway", with "harder electronic edges" under the name The Presets. The Presets have been one of the biggest indie bands for the past few years in Australia, touring with and supporting many well known bands such as Daft Punk, 2 Many DJ's and Ladytron.
Dave Kelly is a prominent Blues guitarist, born in London Dave first recorded for Tony McPhee on his groundhog series recordings in 1968 on the album Me and the Devil. Tony featured Dave’s sister Jo-Ann Kelly and gave a track for Dave to sing and play on.
At this time Tony McPhee disbanded the groundhogs and with Dave Kelly and his sister Jo-Ann moved over to the John Dummer Blues Band where he recorded two albums 1968 Cabal and 1969 John Dummers Band.
There are at least two artists with the name Matt McGinn 1. A Glasgow singer songwriter and poet who came to prominence in the 60's with his prolific folk songs.
2. An Irish singer songwriter from Hilltown, Co. Down in the Mourne Mountains who has released his debut album Livin'
1. Matt McGinn was one of the most important singer songwriters of the folk revival in the 1960s and 1970s. He was born on 17th January 1928, in Ross Street, Glasgow, next to the famous "Barras " market.
There are currently at least two bands charting as The Crows: 1.) The Crows were an American doo-wop group. The group's one major hit, Gee (1953), was an important early rock-and-roll song and peaked at fourteenth and second respectively on the Billboard magazine pop and rhythm-and-blues charts. This was also featured prominently in the 1973 George Lucas film, American Graffiti. The members were: Bill Davis (died sometime between 1958 and 2000), Harold Major (ditto), Daniel "Sonny" Norton (born c.1927, died 1972), and Gerald Hamilton (died 1960s).
Del Amitri are a Pop-rock guitar band, formed in Glasgow, Scotland in 1980. They came together at school as teenagers when Justin Currie (bass and vocals), James Scobbie (guitar and vocals) and Donald Bentley (guitar) formed a band in reaction against the rest of the 'rockers' in the school. The name was chosen deliberately because it didn't mean anything but sounded a bit like someone's name - early Del Amitri did not want to be classified and their existence was kept secret from the rest of the school.
There is more than one artist with this name:
1) Panik (sometimes referred as Panik ltdc) an influential French chaos punk band from the 80s
2) Panik, a German nu metal-band.
3) Panik, a Turkish rock band.
4) Panik, a producer/dj from Chicago and one of the founding members of the Molemen Collective 1) PANIK (aka Panik ltdc) is a French Punk-Oi band from the 80s that appeared in many French punk compilations. They are one of the many bands from the chaos punk era. They reunited in 2008.
Recording artist and founder of underground hip-hop crew Buddha Baby, MC Sniper is considered a controversial and influential musician in South Korea. He Debuted in 2002 with the album "So Sniper..." and immediately became recognized for acrid lyrics that challenged economic, governmental, and societal conditions. His backdrop: a powerful mixture of hip-hop and traditional Korean music. He is credited with discovering and producing 배치기 (Baechigi), a hip-hop group whose popularity is now exponentially increasing.