Ingus Baušķenieks (born December 30, 1956) is a Latvian musician known as a member of Dzeltenie Pastnieki and as a solo artist. He is a multi-instrumentalist, with the bass guitar being his primary instrument in band engagements. He is also known for his proficiency in home recording and tape editing.
NSRD (Restoration Workshop of Unprecedented Feelings) or Nebijušu Sajūtu Restaurēšanas Darbnīca is a now defunct music group from Riga, Latvia. They played Experimental/Electronic music with New Wave and New Age influences and Minimalism-styled attitude.
Bedre was legendary Latvian underground synthpop / electronic punk band with high influenced by avant-garde experimental music variations from Riga, Latvia formed in year 1987. Band split up in year 1990. The original lineup: Jānis Sils
There are at least 7 different artists named Zig Zag: A Latvian Rock/Indie/Punk band ZIG ZAG was founded in 1986. Two of the founding members - vocalist and drummer have remained in the band to this day.
The experimental electronic music of Latvia undoubtedly for many associates firstly with Gas of Latvia or Andris Indans who in his 20 year long musical activities hasn’t stopped to change and surprise. Creative roots of Indans can be found in industrial rockmusic, but in his last 10 year repertory we can hear almost all history of experimental electronic music of that period.
Latvian poet Krisjanis Zelgis (Krišjānis Zeļģis) was born in 1985 in Talsi, in Latvia witch during that time was part of USSR. First publications in local press appeared in 2002. Studied Library science, History, Tourism.