Psychic TV is a video art and music group that primarily performs psychedelic, electronic and experimental music. The band was formed by performance artist Genesis P-Orridge and video director Peter Christopherson (after the break up of Throbbing Gristle) together with musician and producer Alex Fergusson (ex-Alternative TV). Christopherson left to form Coil with fellow PTV member John Balance around 1984, and Fergusson left in 1987, leaving P-Orridge in charge of a rotating band lineup.
Mark Fell and Mat Steel formed SND in 1998 and were quickly placed at the forefront of new digital minimalism. With a series of influential releases on their own label SND and on the now defunct Frankfurt Mille Plateaux, SND pioneered a sound that combined the linear minimalism of Ryoji Ikeda and Oval, with the rhythmic geometry of techno artists such as Thomas Brinkmann or Derrick May. SND promote an approach to the organization of sound, space and form that owes more to origami than any time based medium.
'First Lady of Trance' - Armin Van Buuren, 2009
'The UK's Foremost Female Trance Producer' - DJ Mag 2009 Sophie Sugar is one of the rising stars of the global trance scene. An established international DJ in her own right and now making waves around the world as a talented and exciting producer, it is easy to see where this young lady is heading. Sophie was always a music lover - playing the piano for 8 years and collecting records from the tender age of 6! In her teens, she became involved in the club scene, fell in love with trance music and began DJing.
She Wants Revenge is a post-punk/darkwave duo hailing from Los Angeles, California who formed in 2005. The band is comprised of Justin Warfield (vocals, guitar, keyboards) and Adam Bravin (bass, keyboards). Accompaniment members Thomas Froggatt (guitar) and Scott Ellis (drums) join them on stage. The band have released three albums: "She Wants Revenge" (2006), "This is Forever" (2007) and "Valleyheart" (2011)
There are several artists/group who share the name Hooligan. One of them is a Korean rock band.
Here is what Hooligan (훌리건) have to say about themselves on their official site: These aren’t the hooligans that go crazy over football.
No, these five guys simply share a common passion for music and their music is listed #1 on their crucial list. They don’t care what the world thinks of them nor do they give any concerns to how others might see them.
These people, they’re just a group of perhaps simple-minded and perhaps somewhat odd men who go crazy for music.
Two Fingers is Amon Tobin and Doubleclick on the tunes and production. Two Fingers' music is a sparse bump of hip-hop that has been blended with the twitch of dubstep, the pace of grime, and the bass of d&b, resulting in tunes which can be stealthy and brittle, booming and sexy or towering and monolithic.
In 1997 Andy LaPlegua established the project, "Icon of Coil", which was primarily a concept built around a logo, graphic design and music. Soon after the inception, the music turned out to be the most important part of the concept and LaPlegua invited Sebastian R. komor, who he had worked with before on the project "Sector 9", (now called "Moonitor") in 1996, to work with him on the project as a live member. After just a couple of gigs and the release of IoC’s first single, "Shallow Nation", Seb became a full-time member.
Moguai (born André Tegeler, Recklinghausen, Germany), is a German DJ and EDM producer. He is best known for his 2002 hit "U Know Y", and his earlier hit "The Rock" which uses a sample from the song "Top Billin'" by rap group Audio Two. Starting in early 2010, he became one of a very few people to release music on deadmau5's record label, mau5trap. On April 13, 2010, he released his first album, We Ar Lyve, on mau5trap. This album features singles released in months prior to the album's release, including "Lyve/Imperial" and "Nyce/Blau."