*Victoriaville, Quebec – Queen Victoria * Name: ''Autoroute des Bois-Francs'' ** History: A-18 was planned in the early 1970s to extend east from Autoroute 55 (Quebec Autoroute 55) through Victoriaville toward Autoroute 65 (Quebec Autoroute 65) in Plessisville (Plessisville, Quebec). In March 1997 Frith formed the electro-acoustic (Electroacoustic music) improvisation (Free improvisation) and experimental (experimental music) trio (Trio (music)) Maybe Monday
Preston , Carlisle (Carlisle, Cumbria) and Newcastle (Newcastle upon Tyne) fleet Released 1981 Recorded April–May 1981 Music Works Studio, Watford, Hertfordshire, UK (United Kingdom) Genre Experimental (Experimental music), art rock Released 1983 Recorded May 1981 Music Works Studio, Watford, Hertfordshire, UK (United Kingdom) Genre
Experimental (Experimental music), art rock W *Wadesmill, Walsworth, Waltham Cross, Ware (Ware, Hertfordshire), Water End, Watford, Watton-at-Stone, Welham Green, Welwyn, Welwyn Garden City, West Hyde, Weston (Weston, Hertfordshire), Westwick Row, Wheathampstead, Whempstead, Whitwell (Whitwell, Hertfordshire), Widford (Widford, Hertfordshire), Wigginton (Wigginton, Hertfordshire), Willian, Wilstone, Woodhall Farm
, and in that year the terminal building was destroyed by a fire, with a replacement terminal opened by 1968. '''Danielle Dax''' is an experimental (experimental music) musician and producer most active from the late-1970s to the mid-1990s. She was born in Southend-on-Sea, Essex. 2005 was the year that the St Albans and Watford Broadcasting Company was divested to a new company; '''Adventure Radio Holdings''', an entertainment consortium which are owners of a theme park in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, and four other radio stations, including two in Essex. Despite its relatively independent status, the station rebranded from Mercury 96.6 to Heart Hertfordshire on Monday 26 July 2010 and switched to a softer Adult Contemporary music format. The changes coincided with a restructuring of the Heart Network. Early career The son of a company director, Wright was educated at Eastwood (Eastwood, Essex) High School, near Southend-on-Sea, Essex. In the early 1970s he worked behind the scenes at Radio 2, as a Gramophone Librarian. He started broadcasting in 1976 at Thames Valley Radio Radio 210 in Reading (Reading, Berkshire), Berkshire alongside Mike Read. In 1979 he joined Radio Luxembourg (Radio Luxembourg (English)), and then BBC Radio 1 in 1980, presenting a Saturday evening show, then Saturday morning before moving to ''Steve Wright in the Afternoon'' from 1981. While living in Southend (Southend-on-Sea), he started frequenting The Coleherne pub, a gay pub (gay bar) in west London. It was known as a place where men cruised for sexual partners and wore colour coded handkerchiefs (Handkerchief code) that indicated their preferred role. Ireland sought men who liked the passive role and sadomasochism, so he could readily restrain them as they initially believed it was a sexual game. '''Hockley''' is a large village and civil parish (civil parishes in England) in Essex, England located between Chelmsford and Southend-on-Sea. More specifically it lies between Rayleigh and Rochford. It came to prominence during the coming of the railway in the 1890s Hockley Parish Council website: History and at the 2001 census had a population of 13,616 people, '''Southend Victoria''' is one of two major railway stations in the town of Southend-on-Sea in Essex, England. The station is the terminus of the Shenfield to Southend Line, which is a branch of the Great Eastern Main Line. Most services operate to and from London Liverpool Street (London Liverpool Street station) and are operated by Greater Anglia.
.html accessdate 2008-06-16 alias origin Olympia (Olympia, Washington), Washington (Washington (U.S. state)), USA genre Experimental (Experimental music), drone metal
''Forgotten Shrines'' was awarded the Yale Younger Poets Prize. alias origin Burlington, Vermont, USA (United States of America) genre Jam Band, Experimental (Experimental music) Jazz, Jazz Fusion (Jazz fusion) The origins of Strangers Helping Strangers (SHS) dates back to late 1997, when fans of the Burlington, Vermont-based band Strangefolk saw an opportunity to help those less fortunate by collecting non
genre Heavy metal (Heavy metal music), experimental (experimental music), alternative metal, art rock, alternative rock, hip hop (Hip hop music) '''Shavarsh "Shavo" Odadjian''' (born April 22, 1974 in Yerevan, Armenian SSR (Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic)) is an Armenian American songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, music video director editor, music producer, and artist painter. He is best known as the bassist, backing vocalist
''' was an experimental (Experimental music) band that originated in Santa Cruz, California during the late 1990s. The band, which in its last incarnation was based in Seattle, consisted of 6 multi-instrumentalists from a variety of musical backgrounds trained in disciplines ranging from classical music and jazz to heavy metal (heavy metal music).
" (1978), the latter written (Songwriter) and sung by Sakamoto. He concurrently began pursuing a solo career, debuting with the experimental (Experimental music) electronic fusion (Fusion (music)) album ''The Thousand Knives of Ryūichi Sakamoto'' (1978), and later released the pioneering album ''B-2 Unit'' (1980), which included the electronic classic "Riot in Lagos". ref name "
lay siege to 50 Slovene partisans ** Doolittle Raid 18 April – US Aircraft bomb Tokyo, crash-land in China **Battle of Zhejiang-Jiangxi 18 April – Chinese and Japanese forces search for the surviving Doolittle Raiders page 721 isbn 1-84195-017-3 He was long associated with the Chicago experimental (experimental music) and improv (free improvisation) scene. Around 2000 he relocated to New York (New York City) before moving on to Tokyo, Japan
, Tokyo Shinjuku , Tokyo, Japan genre Experimental (Experimental music), Noise music, Punk (Punk rock), Musique concrète, Performance art, Noisegrind, Noise punk, Noise rock, Grindcore, Industrial music, Harsh noise, Noisecore, Power noise (later) '''The Gerogerigegege''' ( ) is a music project created in 1985 in Shinjuku (Shinjuku, Tokyo), Tokyo by Juntaro
''' were an experimental (experimental music) noise rock power pop group (the band began to refer to their style of music as "troublegum" and have been referred to as anything from neo-punk to schizo-pop
, piano, minimalism (Minimal music), experimental (Experimental music) '''Eluvium''' is the moniker of ambient (Ambient music) recording artist Matthew Cooper, who currently resides in Portland, Oregon. Cooper, who was born in Tennessee and raised in Louisville, Kentucky before relocating to the Northwest (Pacific Northwest), is known for blending various genres of experimental music including shoegaze (Shoegazing), electronic (Electronic music), Minimal
. This bypass connected the existing Autobahn segments on both sides of the city. alias origin Hamburg, Germany genre Avant-rock, avant-pop Germany Slapp Happy was formed in 1972 in Hamburg, Germany by British (United Kingdom) experimental (Experimental music) composer Anthony Moore. Moore had recorded two avant-garde experimental (Experimental music) solo LP (LP album)s for Polydor Germany