Dickon James Hinchliffe (born 9 July 1967) is a film composer, orchestral arranger and songwriter and founder member of Tindersticks (violin, guitar, voice, piano, string and brass arrangements, member until 2006).
After releasing 'Bedroom', a self produced record of avant garde electronic music, at the age of 16 Daniel moved into writing music for the small screen. A year later, inbetween doing his homework, he wrote his first TV soundtrack - a documentary for Channel 4 in which media visionary Janet Street Porter argued that the internet was a pointless passing fad.
Kath Bloom was born and raised in New Haven, CT, where she learned to play guitar among the headstones of her local cemetery. She met avant-garde guitarist Loren Mazzacane Connors in 1976 and together they recorded six limited edition albums of fragile folk and blues melodies between 1981 and 1984.
Haris Alexiou (Χάρις Αλεξίου) appeared in the Greek musical scene in the early '70s. Her charismatic voice, combined with a unique way of performing and a strong scenic presence, very soon led her to the top. Today she is still at the top, always working hard, always seeking new ways of expression and always giving prestige and value to the contemporary light and popular Greek music.
Abel Korzeniowski (real first name: Adam, born July 18, 1972 in Cracow) is a Polish composer of film and theatre soundtracks. He graduated from the Academy of Music in Kraków majoring in cello and composer studies under the supervision of Krzysztof Penderecki.
Singer/songwriter/guitarist Kathy McCarty helped make her former band Glass Eye one of the most interesting (if not commercially successful bands) to come out of the Austin, Texas music scene in the 1980's. When they disbanded in 1993, McCarty decided to record an entire album dedicated to the songs of another local favorite, Daniel Johnston.