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E Nomine

E Nomine is a German musical project, formed in 1999, by producers Christian Weller and Friedrich "Fritz" Graner. Their music, which they call monumental vocal style, is a combination of trance, techno, and vocals which closely resemble Gregorian ...

Terranova (band)

Terranova is a German band based between Berlin and Paris made up of current members Fetisch and &amp,me. Terranova are signed to Kompakt records. Terranova was formed in 1996 by Fetisch, Marco Meister and Kaos. They previously went under the mon ...

Zagar

Zagar is a headliner group of the Hungarian indie and electronic music scene. Their sound is based on contemporary electronic music, jazz and indie rock. The results are heavy beats, atmospheric mood and sound clips from the psychedelic era of th ...

Alias Empire

Alias Empire are an Irish alternative electronic band based in Dublin. Formed in 2002, the band consists of Kevin Littlewood, Phil Porter and Stuart Flood. The band originally formed under the name Dry County, changing their name in 2008. Alias E ...

Simulakrum Lab

Simulakrum Lab is an Italian synthwave/retrowave music project created by composer and sound designer Paolo Prevosto. Guests, who collaborated on the album "Simulakrum lab" was: Liz Enthusiasm singer for the U.S.A. synth-pop band Freezepop who pe ...

Worlds End Girlfriend

Katsuhiko Maeda, better known by his stage name Worlds End Girlfriend, is a Japanese musician from Gotō Islands, Nagasaki Prefecture. He is the founder of the record label Virgin Babylon Records.

Moscow Grooves Institute

The Moscow Grooves Institute is a Russian electronic musical project by Arkady Martinenko of Megapolis, Heat of the Earth and the Eject Project, and Boris Nazarov.

The Corries

The Corries were a Scottish folk group that emerged from the Scottish folk revival of the early 1960s. The group was a trio from their formation until 1966 when founder Bill Smith left the band but Roy Williamson and Ronnie Browne continued as a ...

Spelmanslag

The spelmanslag is an amateur organization of Swedish folk musicians, usually dominated by fiddles, who play tunes together. Often these groups play tunes from the specific area of Sweden with which they are affiliated. The term has also the same ...

Mehtap Demir

Demir was born in 1978 in Ardahan, near the border with Georgia, and graduated from Boğaziçi University, holds a Ph.D. in Music Anthropology from Yeditepe University. During her doctoral studies, she moved to Israel for 6 months and studied the e ...

Brandon (musician)

Brandon is a Latin freestyle-pop artist born and raised in San Jose, California. Vocalist Brandon Michaels, dancers, Peter Gabel, and Joe Gabel, who hails from San Jose, California topped the charts in the early 1990-ies. In 1991, the band had a ...

Denine

Denine Latanzo, known mononymously as Denine, is a singer of Freestyle music, in addition to being a songwriter. Denine is best remembered for her song "All Cried Out", which reached # 72 on the Billboard Hot 100. "I Remember You ", the singers s ...

Passage (rapper)

David Bryant, better known by his stage name Passage, is an alternative hip hop artist based in Oakland, California. He is a member of Restiform Bodies along with Bomarr and Telephone Jim Jesus.

Pedestrian (rapper)

James Brandon Best, better known by his stage name Pedestrian, is a rapper and writer from Los Angeles. He is a co-founder of Anticon. He is also known as a preacher under the moniker Evangelist J.B. Best.

Joelistics

Joelistics is an Australian MC, producer and multi-instrumentalist, who is a member of the Melbourne-based Australian hip hop group TZU and a solo artist on the Elefant Traks music label.

Mind over Matter (band)

Mind Over Matter is an Australian hip hop outfit from Sydney, Australia consisting of MC Smiles Again and DJ Ntaprize. Previously, the lineup also included MC Willow, but he left the group in 2014. The group has played alongside and toured in sup ...

Mr. Thug

Diego Raphael Villanueva better known by his stage name Diego Thug, is a Brazilian singer-songwriter. He is the lead singer and co-founder of the group Bonde da Stronda.

Stand High Patrol

Stand High Patrol are a sound system based in Brittany, France, who take influence from the traditional Jamaican sound system tradition, and from Reggae and dub musicians, and more recently from Hip Hop music. They are made up of Pupajim, Mac Gyv ...

Tyson Yoshi

Tyson Yoshi is a Hong Kong rapper, singer, and songwriter. He is an independent artist and was formerly part of the Hip Hop and R&amp,B label Greytone Music. He released his first official song" TO MY QUEEN ” in 2018. In July 2019, he released "C ...

Tanbe10

Tanbe10, meaning "One Against 10", is an underground Iranian hip hop group from Tehran, formed by Amir Aemha, Mehdi Alpha, Ali10 and his brother Reza Moty and is part of the late first-generation of gangsta rap in Iran, a sort of an artistic rebe ...

The Infomatics

The Infomatics are an Irish hip hop musical ensemble from Dublin. They consist of Bugs, BOC, Steo and Mr. Dero. Steos brother, Damien Gunn, was lead vocalist and saxman with Tokyo Olympics and previously DC Nien, a 1970s band who at one stage riv ...

Five Steez

Five Steez is an independent underground Hip Hop artiste from Kingston, Jamaica. He began making a name for himself with the release of his mixtape, The Momentum: Volume One, with Bronx, New York-based DJ Ready Cee, in December 2010. He then foll ...

K-ID

K-ID is a Senegalese artist and one of the two members of the group Chronik 2H. He stands as one of the hip hop entrepreneur actively contributing to the structuring of the music sector in Dakar. Well known for his talents as musical producer, ha ...

Bill Challis

William H. "Bill" Challis was an American jazz arranger, best known for his association with the Paul Whiteman orchestra. Challis played the piano and saxophone and was a conductor of the Bucknell University in the early 1920-ies. He was hired by ...

Tom and Matt Smith

Tom Smith are father and son jazz musicians best known for their work in the United States, Eastern Europe and China. Tom Smith, the father a long time American University jazz Professor, trombonist, researcher, wind Symphony conductor, program C ...

Mark Taylor (French horn)

Mark Thomas Taylor is an American jazz French horn player. Taylor studied the horn officially in his youth and took a bachelors degree in music at the University of Tennessee where he studied with Jerry Coker. He moved to Boston and continued his ...

Camille Thurman

Camille Thurman is an American jazz musician and composer, and a member of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. Her first two albums released by Chesky Records in 2018 and 2017 peaked at #3 and #25 respectively on the Billboard Jazz Albums Chart ...

James Husband

James Husband is a recording alias for multi-instrumentalist/songwriter James Huggins III. In the group of Montreal, James recorded and toured as a core member from 1998 to 2010. He left the band after nearly 13 years in June 2010, yet is the onl ...

Morat (band)

Morat is a Colombian band formed in the countrys capital city, Bogota. The band is formed by Juan Pablo Isaza, Juan Pablo Villamil and the brothers Simon Vargas and Martin Vargas. Previously, until the end of 2016, drummer Alejandro Posada had be ...

Bayless Rose

Bayless Rose was an American singer and guitarist who recorded for Gennett Records in 1930. Although the music industry was highly segregated at the time, it is uncertain whether he was White or African American.

The Viceroys

The Viceroys, also known as The Voiceroys, The Interns, The Inturns, The Brothers, and The Hot Tops, are a reggae vocal group who first recorded in 1967. After releasing several albums in the late 1970s and early 1980s, they split up in the mid-1 ...

Kevvo

Kevin Manuel Rivera Allende, known professionally as Kevvo, is a Puerto Rican reggaeton singer and rapper from Toa Baja, Puerto Rico. He first came to fame with the song 105F, which included a Remix with a few notable reggaeton artists such as ne ...

Plan B (duo)

Plan B were a Puerto Rican reggaeton duo, consisting of Chencho and Maldy, who are co-working cousins. At an early age they had an attraction to Reggaeton music, all their efforts finally began to pay off when they met the famous music producer, ...

Johnny Wright (guitarist)

Johnny Wright was a blues musician best known for his recordings with bandleader Ike Turner. Wright also recorded with his own band.

Freddie Bell and the Bellboys

Freddie Bell and the Bellboys were an American vocal group, influential in the development of rock and roll in the 1950s. Their best known recordings included "Hound Dog", "The Hucklebuck" and "Giddy Up a Ding Dong".

Clear Plastic Masks

Clear Plastic Masks is a rock and roll band fronted by Andrew Katz, an actor-turned-singer born and raised in Detroit. Katz moved to New York to study theater at SUNY Purchase. In order to pursue his acting career in Manhattan, like most artists, ...

Jordan Sweeney

Jordan Sweeney is an American rock solo musician. Sweeney is a multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and producer. He writes and produces every song on his records, and plays every instrument on them. He has released three full-length recordi ...

Marin Gradac

Marin Gradac is a Bosnian musician who is a trombonist for the Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra. Formerly, he was a member of a Bosnian garage rock band Zabranjeno Pusenje.

Predrag Kovacevic

Predrag Kovacevic, known by his nickname Kova, is a Bosnian guitarist. He first found mainstream success as a 1980s lineup member of a Bosnian garage rock band Zabranjeno Pusenje.

Sejo Kovo

Kovo was born and raised in Sarajevo, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1970. In 1994 KOVO moved to Paris, France, with a pop-rock band Overdream. Beside him, the band Ceramida Samir, Dusan Vranic, Dani Pervan, Boris Bacvic. The group released their o ...

Dani Pervan

Pervan was born and raised in Sarajevo, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is a self-taught musician. In 1985, Pervan joined a rock band for two thing, where he acted as a drummer on their demo songs. In 1987, Pervan joined a rock band as a drummer. H ...

Dusan Vranic

Dusan Vranic, known by his nickname Duco, is a Bosnian musician who is a member of the Darko Rundeks band. Formerly, he was a member of a Bosnian garage rock band Zabranjeno Pusenje.

Eddy (M) Melanson

Eddy M. Melanson started his musical career in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1953. Recipient of the ECMA Stompin Tom Award, inducted into the Order of the Porcupine Hall of Fame, the Rockabilly Hall of Fame in Nashville as an original Canadian Rockabil ...

Stafrænn Hakon

Stafrænn Hakon is the stage name used by Icelandic musician Olafur Josephsson. Olafur has been making music at his home studio since 1999. Stafrænn has self released 3 albums in Iceland. Later 2 of the albums were re-released on Resonant in the U ...

Ba. (band)

ba. initials of Benas Aleksandravicius began as a solo music project. From childhood Aleksandravicius enjoyed creating sounds and playing electric guitar. He made his first breakthrough at 17 with the song "Tai ne zmogus" English: "Its not human" ...

Wee Willie Walker

He was born in Hernando, Mississippi, and grew up in Memphis, Tennessee, where he started singing with local gospel groups. From his mid-teens, he toured with the Redemption Harmonizers, who included Roosevelt Jamison. In 1960, while touring, Wal ...

Sweethearts (music group)

Sweethearts is a music group founded in the City of Geelong, Australia in 1989 who play new soul – a fusion of styles based around classic soul and Motown. They have an international following and play at concerts of big music festivals. In mid-2 ...

T. L. Barrett

Thomas Lee Barrett, Jr., better known professionally as Pastor T.L. Barrett and Rev. T.L. Barrett, is an American Pentecostal preacher and gospel musician. Barrett is a preacher on Chicagos South Side who released gospel albums in the 1970s, as a ...

Reverend Vince Anderson

Reverend Vince Anderson is a New York City based musician. He has had a regular show at Union Pool for decades, which Time Out describes as "somewhere between Wesley Willis and Tammy Faye Messner". His music is described as "dirty gospel". He has ...

Dean Beard

Beard was born in Santa Anna, Texas. He was the son of Raymond and Opral Baker Beard. He lived in Coleman most of his life. In high school, he and his friends formed a band called the Crew Cats.