Aviva is an electronic music producer, dj and vocalist. After playing 5 string bass in bands for many years, her passion evolved into electronic music. She began creating her own soundscapes, beats and grooves and mixing her poetic and powerful spiritual lyrics on top. Her enchanting vocals, weave influences from Celtic, jazz, and eastern influences. Gradually her solo project is gaining more and more interest.. She is a resident artist at the Inspiral Lounge in Camden and has played at festivals including Sunrise, The Glade, Spaceport, The Big Green Gathering among others.
Fabio Frizzi (born July 2, 1951) is an Italian composer, best known for his film scores he produced for the legendary Italian horror director Lucio Fulci. His soundtrack work, featured in films such as Zombi 2 (also known as Zombie Flesh Eaters), City of the Living Dead and The Beyond, is minimalistic and highly atmospheric, featuring heavy use of synthesizers and slow, repetitive rhythms.
It’s better with two Jean-François and Denis have been playing together since the year 1987. They formed many bands that had short lives. These groups were composed of different members and with different « sounds » (classic rock, grunge, etc.). These formations have permitted them to gain a lot of stage experience.
Brotherly reunion When in 1995 they lost their drummer, Denis proposed to invite Yves who had been playing for the last five or six years. Together they realized that playing covers of other artist work wasn’t satisfying them, it had become necessary to create their own music.
There is more than one artist with this name. 1) Akron is an Italian progressive rock band formed by EnioNicolini, bassist of The Black. They released two albums: "La signora del buio" in 1999 and "Il tempio di ferro" in 2003. 2) Akron is an electro-industrial band from Greece.
Wobbler is a name used by at least two artists. 1) Wobbler is a Progressive Rock band from Norway. Wobbler was formed in the idyllic Norwegian countryside, not too far from the great waterfalls of H
Swedish progressive rock band. Formed in 1993 by veteran guitarist Roine Stolt as a touring band to support his solo album The Flower King, the band stayed together after the tour and has gone on to become one of the most prolific studio recording units in rock music of their era. In ten years it has released nearly 18 hours of music. The Flower Kings have seen frequent personnel changes. The original line-up for Stolt's solo album consisted of Stolt (vocals, electric guitar, bass, keyboards), Jamie Salazar (drums), and Hasse Fr
Midas is the name of several different artists. 1. Hailing from Manchester Joe Tarran a.k.a Midas is a Drum and Bass Producer who has seen Releases on Break 9 Recordings His style of dnb is the more Minimal, Ambient flow, but is working on different styles 2. Hailing from Stourbridge, Midas write fast-paced songs about teenage life in the West Midlands set against a powerful musical backdrop. www.myspace.com/midas
The Tangent began in 2002 as a project to record some compositions of the band's primary writer, Andy Tillison, with several members of The Flower Kings (Roine Stolt, Zoltan Csörsz, and Jonas Reingold), David Jackson and some of Andy's friends (Sam Baine, Guy Manning). During that first recording (which was going to become The Music That Died Alone), many of the musicians never met in person. After some critical acclaim, another album was recorded (The World That We Drive Through).
The 90's saw the rebirth of progressive rock in the symphonic style, and bands like The Flower Kings, Spock's Beard, Porcupine Tree and Transatlantic listened to the call. Jonas Reingold, member of the world famous group The Flower Kings, wrote in the autumn of 2000 a couple of progressive masterpieces. He joined forces with Roine Stolt, Jaime Salazar, Zoltan Csörz, Johan Glössner, Göran Edman, Robert Engstrand and Tomas Bodin, all prominent members of the progressive rock family.
1) Progressive rock band, 1970s, France With endless comparisons to King Crimson, Shylock remains one of the premier French symphonic bands. Other comparisons are made to Arachnoïd and Pulsar. Darkness is the key here. Their influence can be felt in such bands as Xaal, Minimum Vital, Tiemko, and Änglagård. 1977's "Gialorgues" was recorded with the primary membership consisting of drummer André Fisichella, guitarist Frédéric l'Épée (who went on to play with Philharmonie), and keyboardist Didier Lustig.