The StarChildren is a band that Billy Corgan used to release songs that didn't fit into the Smashing Pumpkins style. Using this band name Billy and others performed live 3 times. One was actually bootlegged, 6/18/94. Isolation was released on A Means to an End. Delusions of Candor was released on a 7" with some Catherine material. The band hasn't played together since 1994.
There are more than one artists with the same name: 1) A Nitzhonot/Uplifting Trance project from Greece, well known to the fans of the genre. Their tracks have been released in a lot of Discobole Recordings' compilations.
Philistine is an industrial death/doom metal band in some ways similar to Toadliquor, Bunkur, Moss, and Halo. Other musical inspirations include Khanate, Godflesh, Neurosis, Crowbar, Isis, and Cult of Luna.
George Alan Sparhawk (Seattle, Washington, USA) is a founding member of slow-core pioneers, Low (1993-present). He sings and plays guitar. Alan is a native of Duluth, Minnesota. He is married to fellow bandmember Mimi Parker.
Starchildren was a side project of The Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan. From 1990 to 1994 the band played a few scattered live shows, each usually featuring a different lineup of band members with only Corgan having constant involvement. The band officially released two songs, "Delusions of Candor", an original composition by Corgan, and a cover of "Isolation" by Joy Division.