There a multiple bands named SION:
1) A Japanese rock singer
2) A Russian metalcore band.
3) A British alternative rock band.
4) A Japanese vocalist known mostly for her work with teranoid & MC Natsack 1) SION is a Japanese rock singer. He was conspicuous in early Japanese indies scene and one of the most important. He respects old good blues, rock, trad, and punk musicians. Especially, Bob Dylan and Tom Waits.
In addition, Japanese old artists. 泉谷しげる, 友部正人 and more. 2) SION - metalcore band from St. Petersburg (Russia).
Luke Williams, who takes his pseudonym - Quinoline Yellow - from a greenish yellow dye, is an IDM artist on the Skam Records label. His own label and home page can be found at www.uchelfa.net
Jonah Matranga is a singer, songwriter and guitarist who has released a variety of solo material under both his own name and onelinedrawing, and has previously been part of the bands FAR, New End Original (an anagram of "onelinedrawing") and Gratitude. Much of his solo material has also been self-published, though often subsequently distributed through labels such as Crank! and Corrupted Image. However, his two full-length onelinedrawing albums, Visitor (2002) and The Volunteers (2004) were released by Jade Tree Records.
“M&C (AKA Mortal & Chemist) is a long running partnership
between Alex Peverett and Tom Knapp, active since 1998.
Initially formed from their shared interests in sampling,
programming, tape edits and remixing, M&C’s sound continues to
progress and has landed them deep in worlds of sequencer
coding, sound synthesis, Sci-Fi atmospheres and prolonged
duration man-machine explorations. M&C have performed select
rare live shows including an appearance at the Autechre curated
All Tomorrow's Parties Festival (UK, 2003), Tokyo's Trench
There is more than one artist by the name of Anodyne:
1) American Metalcore band.
2) Alias of electronic producer Colin Cloughley. 1) Anodyne formed during the summer of 1997 in Boston, MA. The original members were Thos Niles (drums), Mike Hill (guitar/vocals), Mike Davis (bass) and Ayal Naor (guitar/vocals). The early music was defined by long, noisy improvisational jams punctuated by intense metal/hardcore songs.
Boards of Canada are an electronic music duo from Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, formed in 1986 and comprised of brothers Mike Sandison (born 1 June 1970) and Marcus Eoin (born 21 July 1971). They have released a number of works, most notably the studio albums Music Has the Right to Children (1998), Geogaddi (2002), and The Campfire Headphase (2005) on the pioneering electronic music label Warp. Their fourth album Tomorrow's Harvest was released in June 2013.
Alex Peverett and Chris Gladwin are Team Doyobi. Their sound has been influenced by various forms of electronic dance music (e.g. techno, electro, acid house, italo-disco, glitch, 8bit), as well as progressive rock, krautrock, noise, free jazz, and electro-acoustic and ambient music. Gladwin and Peverett met while attending school in the Linconshire Wolds, a culturally remote area on the east coast of England, and immediately began their creative partnership.