This is the side project of production duo & dj's Bruce Aisher & Luke Brancaccio. The first album 'Electric Mistress' features big, muscular grooves allied to panoramic synthesiser pads, with a succession of guest singers and rappers providing the vocal focus.
Royal is: 1. A techno artist born in Germany, who started making music in 1997. 2. A Scandinavian guitar pop group that was signed to Tooth & Nail, many of the members went on to be in the group Serena Maneesh.
Check this guy at www.jasonkaraban.net . Very worthwhile. Great melodies, lyrics and very original songwriting style. The record has a bunch of famous people playing all over it and it the best debut record I can recall. Enjoy!
There are at least three of bands called 'Anthology': 1.
Anthology is an indie rock praise and worship band out of Daphne, Alabama. Anthology strives to create a unique sound in an over saturated market. They have just finished recording their first CD titled "My Only Hope" which will be released in August 2008.
Originally named Societá Anonima. Tournament Knights is active and working on new material. main site: http://tournamentknights.com myspace: http://myspace.com/fopr
facebook: Tournament Knights last.fm: Societá Anonima
Marc Byrd is a songwriter/producer/guitarist/vocalist who has fronted the alt/grunge/emo band Common Children, as well as GlassByrd and Adore with his wife Christine Glass. Marc is currently a member of both The Choir and Hammock.
Street Love is a rap duo hailing from Lake Orion, Michigan. The group consists of rappers Stomach and Lil' Rizzo, and is backed by hip-hop producer and part-time rapper Janye Best. Their musical influences range from Dr. Dre to Kanye West, their songs achieving a delicate balance between smooth loops and gangsta-tinged lyrics.
"Every second not listening to this album is a second that is seriously lacking in the aural wonder department" -Kissing Tigers Audio Blog Pick up your The Ethnographers T -Shirts at http://www.districtlines.com/all/search/the+ethnographers www.purevolume.com/theethnographers
It seems that some of the greatest experiences come from the least expected places. Doubting Paris, hailing from a small suburb just past the last stop of the SkyTrain from downtown Vancouver, pack quite a punch for such humble beginnings.