Chris Ballew-vocals, 2-string basitar
Yeeeaaaggghhh!!! In the midst of an unpredictable election year, what better band to resurface than the once and, if they have their way, future leaders of buoyant, absurdist rock, the Presidents of the United States of America? The newly-reunited PUSA has been in the studio cooking up a new album, a new platform, as it were, for playfulness in rock, featuring 14 songs including the already hit single “Some Postman“.
Comprised of vocalist/guitarists Aaron Benward and Scott Reeves, Blue County’s star continues to rise with a string of hits stemming from the success of their debut single “Good Little Girls“, from their best-selling self-titled debut CD.
Innovating upon influences such as seminal experimental outfits My Bloody Valentine and Sonic Youth, Mogwai are figureheads of the current “Post-Rock“ movement, a loosely bound genre concerned with moving beyond conventional song structures and stylings.
Rapper, celebrity, and pop-culture icon Snoop Dogg - real name is Calvin Broadus - was given his universally recognized nickname by his father, who thought his son resembled the Peanuts character Snoopy.
This Grammy award-winning, Philadelphia-based collective galvanized the “Hip Hop Band“ genre with a string of critically acclaimed albums, the latest of which, Summer 2004’s “The Tipping Point“ (Geffen), has even further solidified their reputation as both peerless musical innovators.
“Connected,“ the leadoff track on singer/songwriter/violinist Theresa Andersson’s new album, Shine, celebrates that hair-raising symbiosis that can occur when a performer and audience share a moment, when both the artist and crowd are lost in song.
Main vocals: EV RE-2 Pro Wireless Microphone System with N/D767a head
Acoustic guitar: EV RE-2 Pro Wireless Microphone System
Electric guitars: EV RE-2 Pro Wireless Microphone System
Guitar cabinet mics: EV N/D478
Bass guitars: EV RE-1 Wireless Microphone System
Bass cabinet mics: EV N/D468; EV N/D868
Backing vocals: N/D767a
Drums: N/D868’s for kick and floor tom; N/D468’s for rack toms and snare; RE-200’s for hi-hat; EV RE-2 Pro
Wireless Microphone System and HM-7 headset microphone for vocals
In addition, the band also uses SxA250’s for monitors and the Dynacord PowerMate 600 for mixing sequences and loops via the drum kit.
Whipping their dazzling peacock, no, ostrich feather repertoire behind them they’re still one of the most fabulous creatures ever to have jumped out of the magic hat of British music - NME Live Review
In January 2001, Will Sergeant and Ian McCulloch, the founding members, and driving forces behind Echo & The Bunnymen since 1978, were at The Dairy, a studio in South London, finishing he mixes for Flowers, their eighth full length album.
Angelo Moore: Vocals, saxes
John Norwood Fisher: Bass
Walt Kibby: Vocals, 3-valve brass
Spacey T: Guitar
John McKnight: Keyboards
Known for their energetic shows, political consciousness, prodigious musicianship and eclectic sound, Fishbone is a forefather of today’s crossover, multi-genre bands.
Over 20 Years Ago - 1982: EV Pioneers Composite Loudspeaker Systems with the Launch of the 100S Loudspeaker
20 Years Ago - 1984: EV Introduces the Innovative and Popular S200 Loudspeaker
10 Years Ago - 1994: EV Introduces the World’s Most Successful Loudspeaker, the Sx300
NOW - 2004: More than 20 Years and 600,000 Units Later.