Biography

There are at least five bands with the name ICU:

1. ICU is a punk band from NYC.
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2. ICU was a german progressive rock band in the early 90s, see http://www.progarchives.com/artist.asp?id=157

3. ICU was a Canadian rock band from the late 80s and early 90s. The band released one CD on Polygram/A&M Canada.
Stand On Your Own @ Yahoo Music

4. A band from Olympia, WA on K Records who changed the spelling of their name (“ee-koo”) from ICU to IQU after the initial release of their first album, Chotto Matte a Moment!

5 iCu is the solo project of bass player Kyrill, a lonesome musician that for the last few years has been playing as sideman on different projects, evolving in a variety of musical styles. At one point, Kyrill decided to create his own sound, recording some lines and ideas with different basses, from upright to fender 6-strings. Ending up with plenty of small tracks without knowing precisely what to do, he eventually concentrated on the idea of turning his experimentations into music. This led to iCu : a bass only played music that is almost “visual”. A work in progress and evolving to find new ways of expression. After few live performances, iCu has been selected for Concours circuit 2008. Live at Botanique in september 2008.

First album “useLess” has been released in may 2009 as SMM002. Composed, arranged, played and recorded by iCu, “useLess” was mixed by Finckle (Pentark “Ha Ha Ha!”, Cahone “Claire Obscure”,…) and mastered by Karel
info from www.spankmemore.com.

6 ICU is scene-related group of crackers who make music for their keygens.

Edited by ttrueplaya on 16 Feb 2012, 15:12

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