Craigmire is from California, and is addicted to making music. And holy crap! He really appreciates everyone who listens to his stuff! It is quite an honor for him! More songs on Facebook!!! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Craigmire/298202040468
Ady Smith was born in Boscombe, a suburb of Bournemouth, England. He cites Sigur Ros, The Postal Service, David Bergeaud, Coldplay, Massive Attack, High Contrast, David Gray and Chicane as his main influences.
Burro Music is both a music blog and home to the fledgling electronic music consortium of the same name which embraces synthetic rhythms and melodies, symphonic arrangements and lots of atmosphere with a dash of funk (for example this track: Vainglory).
King Tut is Mark Boyd and Drew Veres originally out of Cleveland, OH. Their first album, “Chopping Wood & Carrying Water” was released early 2008 and features 21 tracks, with a total time nigh on 80 minutes. Their newest album, an as-yet-untitled 7” EP featuring two songs from their live set, will be released in the winter of 2009.
Cameron Steele is an independent experimental musician. Music can be found at http://www.steelecameron.com . "Orpheus" was released on November 12th, 2010.
"Electrocircus" was released on August 13th, 2010.
Once upon a time there was a Mermaid named Rain who lived in her own musical world. She lived in the cool ocean waters of San Francisco where music was the only language. In this perfect enviroment Rain would sing and play to her hearts content, while the whales played back-up and the coral cooked up some pretty great beats.
Over two years in the making, hyperstory’s debut record brings together a wide range of elements to make an album in the old school style; one that was created not only as a collection of individual songs, but also to be listened to as a whole.