Cedric Marszewski, aka Pilooski, has made a name for himself worldwide thanks to his mastering of the “edit” technique which consists in changing old musical treasures into aphrodisiac and hypnotic dance floor hits.
He has the gift for transforming a soul jewel and a disco nugget into psychedelic odyssey, or is it the other way around?
Pilooski restores the soulful and experimental side of club music.
Elvis Aron Presley, also known as “The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll” was an American singer, song producer and actor, who began his music career at Sun Records in the spring of 1954 when Sam Philips recorded Elvis performing several of Elvis’ favourite songs with Scotty Moore (guitar) and Bill Black (bass). During an active recording career that spanned more than two decades, Presley set and broke many records for both concert attendance and sales. He starred in 33 successful films, made history with his television appearances and specials, and knew great acclaim through his many, often record-breaking, live concert performances on tour and in Las Vegas. Globally, he has sold over one billion records, more than any other artist.
Elvis remains a popular and enigmatic star. His legend has only grown stronger since his death.
Brandi Carlile is an American singer and songwriter. Carlile’s music has been categorized in several genres, including pop, rock, alternative country, andfolk.
Columbia Records signed Carlile in late 2004 on the strength of songs she’d been recording periodically at home. Released in 2005, Brandi Carlile showcased those early songs along with several newly recorded tracks. Along with the Hanseroth brothers, forming the core of her band today, Brandi spent the better part of two years on the road honing the songs that would later become part of her album “The Story”.
Her second album, The Story, was released in April 2007. It was produced by T Bone Burnett and includes a collaboration with the Indigo Girls on “Cannonball.” The album was recorded in an eleven-day-long session with Carlile , the twins (Tim and Phil Hanseroth) and drummer Matt Chamberlain to capture the raw intensity of Carlile’s live performances. The crack in Carlile’s vocals during the title track, “The Story”, came out by accident and was a direct result of the way the album was recorded. Carlile herself describes the vocals as “technically wrong but emotionally right.”
The solo discography of Róisín Murphy, an Irish electronic music singer, consists of two studio albums, two live albums, seven singles, and five music videos. Murphy debuted in 1995 as lead singer of the electronic music duo Moloko. The duo achieved success in the United Kingdom, producing four top twenty singles. Moloko broke up in 2003 after Murphy had ended her relationship with musical partner Mark Brydon. Murphy’s first solo recordings, co-written and produced with Matthew Herbert, were released through three extended plays and were then compiled into her debut solo album Ruby Blue. Released in June 2005, the album was comprised of electronic, jazz and pop songs. It reached number eighty-eight on the UK Albums Chart and produced two singles. Overpowered, her second album, was released in October 2007. Incorporating various musical styles such as electronic, disco and house, the album received positive reviews from music critics. It reached the top twenty in the UK and produced three singles. In 2008, the album was shortlisted for the Choice Music Prize in Ireland.
David Fonseca is a Portuguese musician. He’s a singer-songwriter, but he also plays several instruments, like acoustic guitar and organ. He is mainly recognised because of his successful music career. David Fonseca has dedicated his life to his love of music choosing to become a pop / rock alternative musician. Besides playing various instruments and being the author of almost all of his lyrics, he is also responsible for the graphic designs on his album covers. He has multiple musical influences by names such as Sérgio Godinho, Jeff Buckley, B-52’s, Pixies, Roy Orbison, Aphex Twin, Twisted Sister, Light Crust Doughboys and Ryan Adams, all of whom had a huge role in his musical creativity and individuality. He also mentioned in an interview with radio station “Antena 3” that he has an addiction to the group Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
Eddie Vedder is an American singer, songwriter, composer, and guitarist. He is the lead singer and one of three guitarists for the American rock band Pearl Jam. He is notable for his “golden baritone” vocal style, and is considered a cultural icon of alternative rock. Into the Wild is the first solo album by Pearl Jam vocalist Eddie Vedder based on his contributions to the soundtrack for the film Into the Wild (2007).
Alice in Chains is an American rock band formed in Seattle, Washington in 1987 by guitarist Jerry Cantrell and vocalist Layne Staley. Although widely associated with grunge music, the band’s sound incorporates heavy metal and acoustic elements. Since its formation, Alice in Chains has released three studio albums, three EPs, two live albums, four compilations, and two DVDs. The band is known for its distinct vocal style which often includes the harmonized vocals of Staley and Cantrell.
Aimee Mann (born September 8, 1960) is an American, rock guitarist, bassist, singer, and noted songwriter. She has won one Grammy Award (for the packaging of her “The Forgotten Arm” album). A Harry Nilsson cover for the “For the Love of Harry: Everybody Sings Nilsson” tribute album. Later appears on the “Magnolia” soundtrack to the highly acclaimed Oscar-nominated film from writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson that interweaves stories inspired by the music of Aimee Mann.