Stargazer of Australia (Adelaide, South Australia) is a Blackened Death Metal band formed in 1995. Band Members:
~ The Serpent Inquisitor (Guitar, Vocals)
~ The Great Righteous Destroyer (Bass, Vocals)
~ Selenium (Drums) Discography:
~ Gloat (Demo) 1996
~ Borne (EP) 1997
~ Promo 1998 (Demo) 1998
~ Split with Invocation (Split) 1999
~ Split with Arghoslent (Split) 2001
~ The Scream that Tore the Sky (Full-length) 2005
~ Occidentale Magick (Compilation) 2006
Dan Deacon (born 1981) is a Baltimore, Maryland-based electronic music composer/performer. He attended the Conservatory of Music at Purchase College in Purchase, New York, where he played in many bands, including tuba for Langhorne Slim and guitar in the improvisational grindcore band Rated R. He completed his graduate studies in electro-acoustic and computer music composition. He studied under composer/conductor Joel Thome. Currently, he lives at Wham City in Baltimore, Maryland.
There are several artists named KRAKATAU: 1. avant-fusion band led by guitarist Raoul Björkenheim. 2. Indonesian jazz outfit. They play fusion at first, but then experimenting by merging indonesian ethnic style with western jazz. 3. Russian experimental metal band which was formed in Moscow in 2004, inspired by the experiments of Mike Patton, and other worthy guru, so the band has always been close to the spirit of musical freedom.
John Maus (born February 23, 1980) is an American composer and political philosophy and theory instructor at the University of Hawaiiʻi at Mānoa. He has released three studio albums and numerous demos. He has performed with Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti, Holy Shit and other bands such as Panda Bear.
Anthony Pateras (b.1979) is a multidisciplinary musician living and working in Melbourne, Australia. Solo, he appears on piano or analogue electronics, and composes written works for ensembles, orchestras and soloists. His main bands are Pateras/Baxter/Brown freeform acoustic noise-jazz, an electro-acoustic duo with Robin Fox, the free-grind project PIVIXKI (with Max Kohane) and noise sculptors POLETOPRA (with Marco Fusinato).
Blues Control is Lea Cho and Russ Waterhouse - a keyboard, guitar, and tape music duo. After two years of making new age music as <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Watersports" class="bbcode_artist">Watersports</a>, Russ and Lea played their first Blues Control show in 2006. They have since toured in North America, the UK, Japan, and Europe; playing galleries, living rooms, museums, discos, and DIY venues. They've opened for <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Animal+Collective" class="bbcode_artist">Animal Collective</a>, <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Cluster" class="bbcode_artist">Cluster</a>, and <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Henry+Flynt" class="bbcode_artist">Henry Flynt</a>; written and performed an alternate soundtrack to Lewis Klahr's Five O'Clock Worlds; played for third...
Chrome Hoof are an experimental orchestra based in London, England. The group was formed in 2000 by Cathedral bassist Leo Smee and his brother Milo Smee. Initially performing as a duo, their music was mostly electronic. Since the start, however, the group have continuously recruited new members playing various instruments. As of 2007, the group have about ten members and instruments such as saxophone, trumpet, bassoon, violin, guitars, bass and drums.
Ariel Pink (born Ariel Marcus Rosenberg on June 24, 1978) is a Los Angeles based experimental/pop musician. Pink boasts a cult following and endorsements from more widely known artists such as fellow founding Paw Tracks group Animal Collective. After years of recording in relative seclusion in the hills of Los Angeles, Ariel Pink (the first non-Animal Collective member on the Paw Tracks roster) made his official Paw Tracks debut with The Doldrums. Recording at home with a guitar, bass, keyboard, and 8-track (the drum sounds were created with his mouth).