Jane Mallory Birkin (born 14 December 1946) is a British actress and singer. Birkin was born in London, United Kingdom to David Birkin, a Royal Navy commander and World War II espionage hero, and Judy Campbell, an actress in Noel Coward musicals. Her great aunt was Freda Dudley Ward, a mistress of Edward VIII while he was Prince of Wales Birkin emerged in the swinging '60s in London, starring as one of the models in the controversial film Blowup in 1966. In 1968, Birkin went to France to audition for the lead female role in Slogan. Though she did not speak French, she got the role.
There are eight artists with this name:
1. a popular French electronic music duo
2. a Belgian hardcore band
3. a German thrash metal band
4. an English drum 'n' bass producer
5. an Irish folk band
6. a reggae musician
7. a Croatian thrash metal band
8. a Swedish musician 1) Justice is an electronic music duo from Paris, France, formed in 2003 and consisting of Gaspard Augé (born 21 May, 1979) and Xavier de Rosnay (born 2 July, 1982).
Martin Solveig was born in 1976. At the age of 13, he got his first turntables and that influenced him to take up a career in electronic music rather than the classical music he was learning. He started his first residency at Paris's leading club Le Palace with the support of Claude Monnet. Martin Solveig then moved to another famous Paris nightclub Les Bains Douches where he worked with famous DJs such as Todd Terry, Roger Sanchez and Bob Sinclar. His popularity further increased with the Pure parties at the Queen Club either as a DJ or as an art director.
A crust influenced punk-hardcore band from Caen (France) with members of <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Amanda+Woodward" class="bbcode_artist">Amanda Woodward</a>, <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Karysun" class="bbcode_artist">Karysun</a>, <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Zombies+Are+Pissed!" class="bbcode_artist">Zombies Are Pissed!</a>, <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Soar" class="bbcode_artist">Soar</a>, and <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Fuaim+Catha" class="bbcode_artist">Fuaim Catha</a>. <a href="http://www.stateofexhaustion.org/" rel="nofollow">http://www.stateofexhaustion.org/</a>
A full decade after the release of 'Homework', and 8 years after Oizo broke through, Busy P (Pedro Winter) is the head of one of the most exciting record labels in the business. But for 11 years (and counting) Busy P has been handling Ed Banger and Headbanger, his management/media company. Oddly though, Busy explained that the method behind starting Ed Banger Records was fairly straightforward. "I had no plan when I created Ed Banger records," he told us, "I just wanted to share what I've learnt with Daft Punk.
There are at least 4 artists using the name "Demonium": 1) Black/Death Metal band from FRANCE
2) A Heavy Metal/Power Metal band from Vaduz, Liechtenstein
3) A Black Metal band from Eksjö, Sweden
4) A Death Metal (Black Metal in early days) from Ukraine
1) Black / Death Metal band from FRANCE ... contain members of HAEMOTH 2)
Demonium is a Heavy Metal/Power Metal band from Vaduz, Liechtenstein.
There have been a number of artists going by the name of Phoenix
(1) A popular French alternative rock band
(2) A Romanian folk rock band
(3) A short-lived British hard rock band
(4) A UK-based filk band
(5) A goa project
(6) A rac band with members from France and Sweden.
(7) A hungarian rock band
(8) A hungarian rapper
(9) An Oklahoma City garage-soul band from the late 1960s/early 1970s
(10) A Japanese pop group from the 60s.
(11) A British rapper Phoenix (1)
There are at least 10 artists with this name: 1) Samsara is a small Indie/Noise band from Freiburg, Germany. In its current constellation "Samsara or the breakdown of everything that might have been real" exists since November 2005. They compose music you might call "Indie-Noise". In addition, they are not a cover band, never were, never will be.
2) Samsara a French Oriental/Post-Rock band from Toulouse. 3) Samsara is a hardcore band from Australia.
Hailing from Washington DC, Benoit & Sergio are an electronic-pop duo whose sound owes as much to Galaxie 500 or The Jesus & Mary Chain as to any house or techno pioneers. Their debut EP, "What I've Lost," was released in November of 2009 on Bruno Pronsato's record label, thesongsays. Boldly unfashionable, What I've Lost is a rich and charismatic record that effortlessly brings a pop sensibility to a techno framework.