There are 5 artists named Container. 1. A minimal techno project by Ren Schofield of God Willing 2. Container is Fridtjof Nilsen and Fredrik Wallumrød – together with some of their favorite singers they have made their self-titled debut album. 3. Slovak punk rock band from Zlaté Moravce formed in 1989. 4. Croatian - Serbian hip hop group consisting of Serbian MC's Rizbo and Ušikani Korda from Belgrade and a Croatian MC Suicide from Rijeka. 5. Dutch garage/stonerband from the Utrecht area. Ex- and current members of Cameron, Staatseinde and Labasheeda
John Bryn Williams (born 1977 in Maidenhead, Berkshire, United Kingdom) is a drum and bass DJ from the UK. He is widely known for having very wild hair and a talent for producing cutting edge drum and bass tracks. While his trademark sound has evolved through the years, it generally involves catchy female vocals and trance-like synths (at one point this style was dubbed "trance and bass"). His most recent sound of choice is '80s and electroclash influenced...
Library Tapes consists of David Wenngren from Gävle, Sweden and is an experimental/ambient band. Per Jardsell was a member of Library Tapes but left after the release of the first album. Later release saw the artist collaborated with Colleen, Erik Skodvin (Deaf Center & Svarte Greiner), Peter Broderick, Danny Norbury and Sylvain Chauveau. David Wenngren also releases as Forestflies and Xeltrei.
Gothic rockers Solemn Novena formed in early 2006, with a mission of creating guitar orientated Gothic Rock, no techno bleepy influences or metal posturing for these guys, oh no. This had to be straight down the middle goth, just like the 90’s had never happened. Or this century either. Sick of going to ‘gothic’ nightclubs and spending the nights looking moody in the corners, secretly wishing they’d play 'Serpent’s Kiss' (so they could display the light bulb changing and apple picking dance moves...
Duran Duran Duran (not to be confused with Duran Duran) is a breakcore band by Ed Flis, Michael Chaiken, and Tony Gabor. Philadelphia-based Ed Flis is the main working member and does most live shows by himself. Like most breakcore Duran Duran Duran's music is reminiscent of rave music, though Ed Flis didn't get into it as much back then. He was still a young teenager in the early 1990s and rave didn't get as big in the US as it did in Europe. "I remember the early '90s rave scene, but I can't say I was directly a part of it in any respect," says Flis in an interview.
Starting with his first turntables at the tender age of 14, Samuel was raised on Electronic music, owing it all to his parents who jumped onto the Acid house scene in the late 80's. Not afraid to question people's perceptions of clubbing, he Co-founded club nights Rayon Vert in Manchester and Contort in Berlin, not only as an outlet for his own artistic vision, but to bring back a level of creativity and magic to a stale club scene.
Midfield General, real name Damian Harris, is the original founder of the Skint Records label, which became the forerunner of the big success of Norman Cook's Fatboy Slim. Midfield General is the recording alias of Skint label boss Damian Harris. A prime architect of the sound of big beat, Harris grew up listening first to punk rock, then hip-hop, and finally acid house. He then moved to Brighton to study art, eventually taking work as a DJ while promoting clubs around the city.
Brokeback 2011 consists of Pete Croke, Jim Elkington, Chris Hansen, and Douglas McCombs. They've spent the past winter and spring working on a new batch of songs. This fall they'll be playing the first Brokeback shows since 2008. More later... Brokeback is the name of Tortoise bassist Douglas McCombs' side project. In 1999, he released the project's first recording, Field Recordings From the Cook County Water Table, which revealed a slightly less constricted version of the post-rock sound Tortoise had made famous.