Vialka is a French avant-progressive band in the Rock in Opposition vein. Their music is a great mixture of genres and influences such as folk, rock, punk (in their musical "attitude", mostly) and Balkan music, notably. Formed in 2002, Vialka consists of Marylise Frecheville and Éric Boros…
The nation’s favourite violinist, Nicola Benedetti, celebrates a huge year for Scotland with an album of its most famous and best loved music, featuring songs such as Loch Lomond, My Love is Like a Red Red Rose and more. The album also includes collaborations with leading Scottish folk musicians including well-known folk singer Julie Fowlis whose voice can be heard on the Disney/Pixar hit film, Brave, along with Bruch’s much loved Scottish Fantasy.
Shoko Nakagawa (中川 翔子, born May 5, 1985 in Tokyo) is a Japanese tarento (media personality), actress, voice actress, illustrator, and singer. Also known by her nickname Shokotan (しょこたん), she is best known as the presenter of Pokémon Sunday.
Tracy Huang is a famous taiwanese female singer, every Taiwanese knows Tracy Huang as Huang Yingying (黃鶯鶯), she sings in Mandarin and English. Tracy’s first English album “Feelings” won the Gold Disc Award in Hong Kong for top sales.
Kana Nishino (西野 カナ Nishino Kana, born March 18, 1989) is a Japanese singer and songwriter, in the year 2005, she was the winner of 40,000 participants "Miss Phoenix Audition" audition held by Sony. She debuted on February 20, 2008, with the single "I".
The eight-CD collection will gather all of the band’s six studio albums (Suede, Dog Man Star, Coming Up, Head Music, A New Morning, Bloodsports) as well as the classic B-side compilation Sci-Fi Lullabies (across two discs).
Suede are an English alternative rock band formed in London in 1989. The group is composed of singer Brett Anderson, guitarist Richard Oakes, bass player Mat Osman, drummer Simon Gilbert and keyboardist/rhythm guitarist Neil Codling.
Packaging-wise and title-wise, the Rhino label's Hip Hop: The Collection is as generic as they come, but after that, all complaints are minimal. Get it at the right price, and it doesn't even matter that the theme is mega-broad and that the T.I. hit isn't one everyone knows, because when a collection goes from Afrika Bambaataa's seminal electro-rap "Planet Rock… Don't Stop" to Missy Elliot's "Get Ur Freak On" with barely any filler in the middle, the freak is on and the planet is certainly rocked. The set jumps time periods at will, and yet the sequencing works, so consider it a time capsule or a portable party, because it's both.