"Born 1979 Bournemouth, Dorset. Started Directorsound in 1998 while Studying in Colchester. Moved to London for a while before settling back to Dorset by 2002 and been there since. Now residing in sunny Bournemouth. Released debut "Redemptive Strikes" 2003 on Geographic and Felicity in Japan. Then collected the earlier recordings for "Tales from the Tightrope Vol.1" released by Dorset Paeans, then Powershovel audio in Japan. Also recorded with Plinth, the rural tradition, Sharron Kraus,Hideki Kaji and Katrina Mitchell and am one half of The Alords with Mike Tanner of Plinth. "
There are several bands called Circus. 1. A UK psych group lead by Philip Goodhand-Tait. They released two singles and an album 1967-69. 2. A Swiss progressive rock band in the 1970's. The band is best known for the album "Movin' On" (1977).
They recorded 3 albums: Circus (1976), Movin On (1977), Fearless Tearless And Even Less (1980) plus an "All star band" album called "Circus All Star Band" (1978) with members of many famous Swiss bands of the time.
NoFit State Circus are leading the renaissance of contemporary circus in the UK, producing progressive and excellent mixed media circus, both with professional artists and through large scale community projects. NoFit State is a registered charity that delivers community training and development as well as providing a service to the entertainment and events industry.
Cirque du Soleil (French for "Circus of the Sun") is an entertainment empire based in Montréal, Quebec, Canada and founded in Quebec in 1984 by two former street performers, Guy Laliberté and Daniel Gauthier. It was an answer to a call by Commissariat général aux célébrations 1534-1984 of the Quebec Government for the 450th anniversary celebration of the discovery of Canada by French explorer Jacques Cartier (b 1491-d 1557). Gauthier, who left the company in 2001, now owns the ski area Le Massif, on the St. Lawrence River in Quebec. Cirque du Soleil is now "guided" by Guy Laliberté.
Bubbling forth like a mossy belch of polka filth from the greasy, jet fuel-contaminated wetlands of the Northwest, comes The Bad Things. With junkyard waltzes and shameless shanties, The Bad Things are hellbent on providing traditional music for the post-apocalyptic era. "Combining elements of Gypsy, folk, Klezmer, Hillbilly ballads, mariachi crooners, and a Vaudeville theatrical aesthetic, the group has a reputation for drunken debauchery and feverish dancing at their live shows.....The group lends their old-fashioned style with a post-modern sense of black humor."
Storming Gypsy folk music, dark and twisting melodies and intense breaks makes Buffos Wake head and shoulders above your usual gypsy fair, so pack up the caravan Mama, we’re headin’ to the hills! Brighton, UK 2010 Nathan Carter - vox, guitar Becca Wright - violin Tom Bailey - double bass Briony Dace - accordion Jack E - guitar Daniel Davis - cajon, percussions gypsy folk cabaret buffo wake brighton uk horror circus gypsy punk
Kaizers Orchestra is a Norwegian alternative rock group. Owing to their energetic live concerts and critically praised recordings, they are among the most popular and acclaimed musical acts in their homeland, and have also gained international renown; they are among the first Norwegian artists (outside the genre of black metal) to gain international recognition and popularity while singing in their native language.
Clara Luzia is the band of Clara Humpel, an independent artist from Vienna, Austria. She used to be the singer of the band Alalie Lilt (http://www.alalielilt.net) until she formed a new band and they released their first album "Railroad Tracks" on April 21st, 2006.
Their following albums are called "The Long Memory" (2007) , "The String - And Then Some - EP" (2008), "The Ground below" (2009) and "Falling into place" (2011) and there are upcoming tour dates for Austria and Germany (see "Events").