Lisa Gerrard (born April 12, 1961) is an Irish-Australian musician, singer and composer who gained international renown as part of the music group Dead Can Dance together with Brendan Perry. Her career spans from 1981 to the present, and she has been involved in a wide range of projects. Gerrard received a Golden Globe award and her score for the 2000 film Gladiator received an Academy Award nomination. She both sings and is instrumentalist for much of her work, most prolifically using the yangqin (a Chinese hammered dulcimer).
Following the success of Chloé’s The Waiting Room, the label Kill The DJ continues to redefine a certain idea of electro music with the long-awaited release of the first album by REMOTE, aka Seb Fouble & Eric Guillanton. 2000-2003: the post-French touch period, everybody is on the look out for something new, and that something new is somewhere out there on vinyl. Seb & Eric release their first maxi as Joe Zas & Co. on Pamplemousse. Then another, this a really important record, a witness to its time: Astroglide, considered as one of the best maxis in 2003 by the press and DJs alike.
There are mutliple artists with this name: 1. Concept is an American Hip Hop Artist from Philadelphia, PA (arguably the most popular artist under the name) born Daniel Byelich, on August 15th, 1989.
His break through to the hip hop world, came in 2009, when he released an all instrumental EP titled "The Pitchfork Product EP". Since he has joined two other Hip Hop acts, Sideshow Mob, and Bio Organic Weaponry (B.O.W. for short)
MANASYt hails from the twilight zone - post communist Bulgaria. Growing up with Swans, Voivod, Godflesh and singing in hardcore/metal outfits has a big influence on his current sound.
In 1998 he moves to USA and totally gets into electronic music. In 2002 starts making his own brand neuro illektro, slowly forming his unique sound. First gets recognized in 2003 by respected german label Kommando 6 releasing the first EP. Numerous releases follow on Touchin'Bass(UK), Roulette Rekordz(Belgium), Karma Ketchup(France). At this time MANASYt resides in Detroit.
Cyrus (Random Trio) is known for the song "Indian Stomp", which was featured on the soundtrack album of the 2006 motion picture Children of Men.
Twisted folk meets rock and roll. The Lamy Brothers mix the deep growling vocals of Tom Waits and the preaching delivery of Nick Cave, with the rock and roll groove of AC/DC and the showmanship of Kiss.
Take a stiff drink.
In Gowan Ring is the musical endeavour of American composer and multi-instrumentalist B'eirth. Started in the early 1990s, In Gowan Ring plays acoustic songs with strong roots in folk, medieval, and psychedelic music. B'eirth's soft voice is accompanied by (among other instruments) guitar, harp, piano, cello, bodhrán and many of his own instrument creations (citterns, guitars, hybrids, etc.). In Gowan Ring has cooperated with many artists from the international folk and experimental scenes, such as: Stone Breath, Maja Elliott, Nick Castro, Fern Knight, Annelies Monseré, and Alio Die.
goreshit is a one-man electronic music project from United Kingdom started in 2006. goreshit was primarily a lolicore artist (mostly breakcore and speedcore influenced), but later his style expanded to other genres such as idm, dark hardcore and dancecore. His tracks have appeared on several compilations and he has put out a number of full length albums and splits for free (mostly self-released but occasionally on netlabels such as Dance Corps.