"Seabound" is a synthpop/futurepop duo from Germany, formed in 1996. The band's members are Frank M. Spinath and Martin Vorbrodt. The use and the balance of contradictions are an important trademark of Seabound. The songs range from cold, synthetic, sometimes harsh sounds to catchy, sometimes fragile melodies, merging day and night. The lyrics deal with obsession, devotion, doubts, anger and fear. Yet there is always an underlying craving for fulfillment in the songs, a quest for love. Seabound combine vulnerability with anger, fantasies of power with fear.
There is more than one artist using this name: 1) The Zoo were a psychedelic rock band formed in 1968 by Murphy ‘Chocolate Moose’ Carfagna, the band also featured Mike Flicker on drums and Howard Leese on lead guitar both of whom went on to join Heart, Leese as guitarist and Flicker as the band’s producer. Originally released on Ed Cobb’s Sunburst label (Sunburst 7500), this little psych treasure was reissued by Radioactive Records.
1. Knightlife is an Australian House DJ from Melbourne signed to Cutters Records. Biggest record is "All Systems". Remixes include tracks from Alex Gopher, Cut Copy, Bag Raiders and Midnight Juggernauts. http://www.myspace.com/dancewithknightlife 2. Knightlife is an American Pop Band signed to Blisstunes Recording Corp. and based in Los Angeles, Ca. Knightlife "Idol Maker" In a land far far away, somewhere on the gritty streets of Hollywood...
Anamanaguchi is a four-piece group from New York City that makes emotional punk, pop & dance music using hacked Nintendos, Game Boys, and 16-bit soundscapes along with a full band. Anamanaguchi is Peter Berkman (guitar, songwriting), Ary Warnaar (guitar, songwriting), James DeVito (bass), and Luke Silas ('knife city', drums). A member of the artist collective 8bitpeoples, Peter Berkman has been creating chiptune music since 2003. Their debut, 'Power Supply' EP, was released in 2006 as a free download through 8bitpeoples and has since received a ton of downloads.
There are several bands called Flux. 1. Flux (Netherlands, 2008) (Irene Wiersma and band)
2. Flux (Netherlands, 2004) (Daniel Milano, Remco Boers, Joan Duarte, Thomas Broedelet)
3. Flux (Finland, 2006-)
4. Flux (Denmark, 2008-)
5. Flux (Netherlands, 1992-2007) alias of Maarten van der Vleuten
6. Flux (UK)
7. Flux (USA, 1997) James Plotkin and Ruth Collins
8. Flux (UK), alias of Flux Pavilion
9. Flux (UK, 2007) alias of trance producer Steven J. Birch
David E. Sugar is an electronic musican, producer and songwriter from London. Between 2004 to 2006 he created songs with the use of a music making program on the gameboy. He collaborated with rapper Ears on the David E. Sugar vs. Ears EP - First Ok and has released various singles and EP's.
He has remixed Klaxons, Wiley, Rumble Strips, Operator Please, Lo Fidelity Allstars and many others.
He has toured with Hadouken! on their "Not here to please you" tour and is currently supporting them in the second half of their "Music for an accelerated culture" tour.
Gigamesh has been making his mark for several years in dance clubs around the world with his own popular blend of remixes, as well as his work with remix group DiscoTech, and his role in Señor Stereo, a disco influenced live-electronic group. Today,Consequence of Sound exclusively premiered the a mixtape, featuring exclusive remixes of Katy B, Theophilus London and Afrojack, that he made especially for Thursday September 22nd’s Check Yo Ponytail show at El Rey. Gigamesh will share the bill that night with Miami Horror, Class Actress, LA Girlfriend and Franki Chan.
Dabrye (pronounced “DAB-ree”) is just one alias of Ghostly artist Tadd Mullinix, who explores hip-hop with head-nodding beats and saw-tooth bass lines, with a keen eye to forward-thinking production and rhythms. Dabrye has earned considerable praise from both the hip-hop underground (Jay Dee, Jurassic 5) and the electronic music press, earning him a Next 100 mention from URB in 2002 and praise from publications as diverse as Rolling Stone to The Wire.
There are two (and quite possibly more) bands by the name Julia, 1) Julia was an american emo/hardcore band, active in the mid 1990's.
Their style resembled the frantic sound of eastcoast (more specifically DC) emo, complete with octave chords and dark, yet melodic, basslines, thundering and slow drumming and intensly emotional vocals. On many occasions it sounded like Mathew was about to break down. Some members were playing on Lumber. Members:
Mathew Yeager (Vocals)
Carlisle in the North West of England has always played a pivotal role in British history. During the Middle Ages because of its proximity to Scotland, the Roman’s established the forts on Hadrian’s Wall, which once served as a prison for Mary Queen of Scots. Then during the Industrial Revolution it played a huge part in transforming the North into the heart of textile manufacturing.