Howard Paul Donald (born 28 April 1968 in Droylsden, Manchester, England) was one fifth of the hugely successful 1990s English boyband Take That. He sang lead vocals on one of the band's many number 1 singles, "Never Forget". In the 2006 ITV documentary Take That For The Record (broadcast on the 10th anniversary of the band's demise) Howard shocked his fellow band members and manager with the revelation that he had been so depressed with the split in 1996 that he had walked away from the press conference with the genuine intention of committing suicide by jumping into the River Thames.
Maayan Nidam aka Miss-Fitz has been spinning and producing music since 1999.
Her releases on Archipel CA, Eklo FR, on Kalimari as Uli Kunkel (together with Shaun Reeves & Lee Curtiss) and on Raum Musik, got remixed by Jeff Samuel, Ryan Crosson, Mossa, Pheek, Spasm & more.
Although based in Berlin, Fitz keeps on the move, spinning a mixture of underground techno and house around the globe in venues such as Club Transmediale Berlin, Wolf+Lamb NY, Main Hall Montreal, Decadance Belgium, Mono-club Amsterdam ...
There are at least 3 artists with this name:
1) Wink (ウィンク) were a popular Japanese pop female duo in the late 1980s and early-to-mid 1990s. The two members were Sachiko Suzuki (鈴木早智子 Suzuki Sachiko, born February 22, 1969) and Shōko Aida (相田翔子 Aida Shōko, born February 23, 1970). They released their first single on April 27, 1988, and their final release was on 31 March 1996. Many of their singles topped the Oricon charts in Japan, including their biggest hit, “Sabishii Nettaigyo”, which has since been covered by W.
The Hoxton Whores consists of two dj's who teamed up in 2002 to start producing music aimed at immediately working the dancefloor to give back to the crowd energy and inspiration that the crowd have given to them over the last decade. Since this day they have managed to purchase two studios and regularly work with a team of six engineers who between them help to create a variety of different sounds.
Shy Child is a two-piece from New York City consisting of Pete Cafarella on vocals/keytar and Nate Smith on drums. The duo was formed in New York in the summer of 2000, Cafarella and Smith having previously played together in the band El Guapo (now called Supersystem). The band has played for years in New York, and in more recent years has toured in the United States, Europe, and Japan. In the summer of 2006 they signed with UK label Wall of Sound.
There are 2 bands listed under the name of Alpine 1. Alpine are a six-piece indie-rock band from Melbourne, Australia.
2. Alpine is a four-piece Alternative rock band from Scottsdale, Arizona 1. After forming in 2009, national radio station Triple J played their demos on air and awarded them the ‘JJJ Unearthed Feature Artist Of The Week’ blue ribbon before they even had time to prepare their first live show.
Fighter X is the musical alias of Nickolas A. Walthew. Based out of Seattle, Washington, Fighter X enjoys producing various mixtures of idm and melodic dance tunes that generally revolve around the low-fi audio of vintage videogame consoles. For the past year and a half, Fighter X has been using Little Sound DJ, a music sequencer for the Nintendo Game Boy. All early Fighter X material consists of a Korg Electribe MX-1, along with additional hardware.
The Swedish-Swiss dance act made up of Mandrax and Seb K, best known for the hit "At Night". By the time they started Shakedown in 1999, Mandrax and Seb K. already had a good idea of each other’s musicality: they’re brothers, blending Swiss and Swedish backgrounds. Stephan Mandrax is no newcomer to electronic music. Initially a fan of new wave and punk (making his 1984 DJ debut in a rock club), house music found him in 1986.