There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Ceremony is a hardcore punk band from the San Francisco Bay Area that formed in 2005.
http://www.ceremonyhc.com 2) Ceremony is a post-punk/shoegaze band from Fredericksburg, Virginia, featuring two members of Skywave. Their next release is slated to be released in Mid April. 3) Ceremony is a rock band based in Australia with a worldwide release of their debut album available early 2008. 4) Ceremony was a short lived dutch death metal band that hybridized thunderous New York death metal with Scandinavian death metal.
Sky Parade is Tommy Dietrick (ex-Brian Jonestown Massacre/Smallstone) with Matt Lindgren, Bobby Bones and Dan Allaire. Sky Parade is influenced by such bands as Love and Rockets, The Church, Primal Scream, The Stone Roses and Spiritualized. Forming as a recording project between Jason Anchondo (the Warlocks/BJM) and Tommy Dietrick in 2004, songs from the debut album Fire In The Sky have received radio play both in the States and abroad.
Alcest is a shoegaze / atmospheric black metal band formed in Bagnols Sur Cèze, France in 2000.
Formed by French multi-instrumentalist Neige (who has also worked with Amesoeurs, Mortifera, Lantlôs, Peste Noire, and more). Alcest was originally conceived as a solo project, though it would eventually take on the form of a full band as Hegnor (also of Peste Noire) and Arguth joined the fray and released a four-track demo entitled Tristesse Hivernale in 1999. This demo was a more straightforward black metal affair, much different from what would happen next.
Taylor McFerrin is redefining the one-man show. Combining his skills as a producer and performer, Taylor is making music heads around the world take notice as he seamlessly builds songs from scratch with his ambitious solo project. Fender Rhodes, synthesizers, samples, vocals and beatboxing are meshed together in his Brooklyn bedroom studio as Taylor builds from his roots in ‘60s soul to his vision of future hip-hop.
Spokes are an alt-indie band based in Manchester, UK. Brought together in 2006 by a combination of boyhood friendships, family ties and a relentless love of recording and touring. They quickly made a name for themselves as a loud and passionate band as they travelled the country in cramped vans, steadily perfecting their ecstatic highs and devastating lows. In 2007 they recorded their debut EP People Like People Like You which combined their folk inflected indie with more flowing structures influenced by post-rock and classical music.
The Pains of Being Pure at Heart is an indie pop band which formed in 2007 in New York City. They consist of Kip Berman (vocals, guitar), Peggy Wang (vocals, keyboards), Alex Naidus (bass) and Kurt Feldman (drums). Feldman also plays guitar and sings in The Ice Choir.
The Ghost of 29 Megacycles is an Australian trio based in Perth and Melbourne bringing us their personal brand of sweet ambient electronic droning. Read more: <a href="http://www.last.fm/out?url=http%3A%2F%2Ftheholylotus.blogspot.com%2F" rel="nofollow">http://theholylotus.blogspot.com/</a>
Ghostwood are an alternative rock band formed in Sydney, Australia in 2006. Ghostwood members are Gabriel Navidzadeh (lead vocals), Paddy Harrowsmith (guitar), Tom Crandles (bass), and James West (drums). Still in high school, the band were signed to Modular in late 2006 for a one EP deal and are heavily influenced by bands like Oasis, The Stone Roses, Joy Division and My Bloody Valentine. The band used to be called The Ghosts, but changed their name to Ghostwood "because 7 million other bands already have the name 'Ghosts'".