Get Scared was an American post-hardcore band from Layton, Utah, United States, formed in 2008. After their formation they released their first EP Cheap Tricks and Theatrics in 2009. A self-titled EP followed several months later in 2010. The band's debut studio album, Best Kind of Mess, was released on July 12, 2011. Following Nicholas Matthews' first departure to join Blacklisted Me, the band released Cheap Tricks and Theatrics B-Sides on December 19, 2011, without any previous announcements. Matthews was replaced by Joel Faviere near the end of 2011. The band's third EP and first with Faviere, Built for Blame, Laced With Shame, was released in 2012; Faviere was kicked out a few months after the EP's release when Matthews rejoined the band. Following Matthews' comeback, the band signed with Fearless Records and released their second full-length album, Everyone's Out To Get Me, on November 11, 2013. The band's third studio album, Demons, was released on October 30, 2015, and marked a departure from the band's post-hardcore sound featured on Built for Blame and Everyone's Out to Get Me in favor of a more metalcore-like sound. Their fourth and final album, The Dead Days, was released on April 19, 2019 amidst a hiatus; it was later stated by vocalist Nicholas Matthews that the band had broken up due to multiple issues between the band members. As of 2022, the band hinted many times on their personal social media accounts about getting back together, and on November 9th 2022 the band was featured on a track with Stain The Canvas.
Elmo Kennedy O'Connor (born January 11, 1994), known professionally as Bones, is an American rapper, singer and songwriter from Howell, Michigan. He is also the founder of the music collective TeamSESH.
O'Connor is known for his pioneering work in a sub-genres of hip-hop referred to as emo rap and trap metal. Since 2010, O'Connor has released an extensive discography and developed a large fan base. As of 2019, he has released over 80 albums, mixtapes and EPs across several aliases.
Elmo Kennedy O'Connor was born in Marin County, California, to a mother who designed clothing and a father who was a web designer. His maternal grandfather was actor Robert Culp. His family lived in Muir Beach, California, before moving to New York City. When O'Connor was seven years old, his family moved to Howell, Michigan. O'Connor also lived in Minnesota for two years when he was thirteen. Around this time he met fellow artists Xavier Wulf, Chris Travis, and Eddy Baker online. The four artists would later come together to form the collective Seshollowaterboyz.
Imagine Dragons are an American pop rock band based in Las Vegas, Nevada, consisting of lead singer Dan Reynolds, guitarist Wayne Sermon, bassist Ben McKee and drummer Daniel Platzman. The band first gained exposure with the release of their single "It's Time", followed by their award-winning debut studio album Night Visions (2012), which resulted in the chart-topping singles "Radioactive" and "Demons". Rolling Stone named "Radioactive", which held the record for most weeks charted on the Billboard Hot 100, the "biggest rock hit of the year". MTV called them "the year's biggest breakout band", and Billboard named them their "Breakthrough Band of 2013" and "Biggest Band of 2017", and placed them at the top of their "Year in Rock" rankings for 2013, 2017, and 2018. Imagine Dragons topped the Billboard Year-End "Top Artists – Duo/Group" category in 2018.
Twenty One Pilots is an American musical duo from Columbus, Ohio. Initially a band, the group was formed in 2009 by lead vocalist Tyler Joseph along with Nick Thomas and Chris Salih, who both left in 2011. Since their departure, the line-up has consisted of Joseph and drummer Josh Dun. The duo is best known for their singles "Stressed Out", "Ride", and "Heathens". The group received a Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards for "Stressed Out". The band independently released two albums, Twenty One Pilots (2009) and Regional at Best (2011), before being signed by record label Fueled by Ramen in 2012. Their label debut, Vessel, was released in 2013 and became the second album in history on which every track received at least a gold certification, making Twenty One Pilots the first band in the history of music to see every song on two albums earn gold or platinum awards.
The Neighbourhood is an American rock band formed in Newbury Park, California, in 2011. The band is composed of vocalist Jesse Rutherford, guitarists Jeremy Freedman and Zach Abels, and bassist Mikey Margot. After releasing two EPs, I'm Sorry... and Thank You, the Neighbourhood released its first full-length album I Love You. on April 23, 2013, via Columbia Records. The album was preceded by their 2012 single "Sweater Weather"—their sole single to appear on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number 14 in 2013 and resurging in popularity a decade later through radio airplay, TikTok, and Spotify.
The Unlikely Candidates are an American indie rock band from Keller, Texas, formed in 2008. The band consists of lead vocalist Kyle Morris, lead guitarist Brenton Carney, guitarist Cole Male, drummer Kevin Goddard, and bassist Jared Hornbeek. Their song "Novocaine" topped the Alternative Songs chart and has received over 66 million streams and video views as of July 2021. They were signed with Atlantic Records as of 2013, but switched to Another Century, a smaller label, in October 2016.
Barnaby George Courtney (born 17 November 1990) is an English singer, songwriter, and musician.
Courtney was born in England then moved with his family to Seattle, Washington when he was 4. He returned to the United Kingdom when 15. Courtney previously led the British indie band SleeperCell, which was featured on Channel 4's Orange Unsigned competition, before fronting the indie band Dive Bella Dive, which signed to Island Records and performed at the Download Festival in 2012.
After recording an album's worth of material for Island Records that was never released, Courtney was dropped by the label. Determined to pursue a career in music, but with no income or home, he supported himself by working at PC World while sleeping on friends' sofas and in his girlfriend's car.
Fernand Jules Ruelle (Jemappes, nu deelgemeente van Bergen, 20 maart 1921) is een Belgisch componist, dirigent en cornettist.
Ruelle studeerde aan het Koninklijk Conservatorium in Bergen, waar hij onderscheidingen behaalde in trompet, harmonie, contrapunt en fuga. Onder leiding van Alex De Taeye vervolmaakte hij zich in de orkestratie en compositie en werd vervolgens toegelaten tot de Prix de Rome. Als cornettist was hij lid van het Groot Harmonieorkest van de Belgische Gidsen te Brussel en beëindigde zijn militaire loopbaan van 1962 tot 1974 als onderkapelmeester van dit prestigieuze harmonieorkest.
Hij was laureaat van verschillende wedstrijden onder andere een eerste prijs van de Société de Lettres de Saintonge et d'Aunis in 1970. Zijn Concerto Nr. 1 voor hobo en strijkorkest werd in 1971 bij de compositiewedstrijd Jeunesse Musicales in Montreal (Canada) bekroond met een eerste prijs.
Lauren Strahm, better known by her stage name Fleurie, is an American musician from Nashville, Tennessee. Her first album, Love and War, was released on September 19, 2016. Songs from the album have been featured in Marvel's Cloak & Dagger, Reign, Bones, Pretty Little Liars, Saving Hope, Queen Sugar, Scream, Shadowhunters, and Station 19, among others. Fleurie toured internationally including headline dates in China and support dates with Owl City in Japan and South Korea in November 2018.
David Skinner is a British musicologist and choir director. He works at the University of Cambridge, where he is the director of music at Sidney Sussex College and is an affiliated lecturer, teaching historical and practical topics from the medieval and Renaissance periods. He is the founder of the vocal consort Alamire, and the cofounder of the vocal ensembles Magdala and The Cardinall's Musick. He has produced more than 25 recordings. He has been associated with a number of award-winning projects.
Gustav Elijah Åhr Swedish pronunciation: [ˈoːr], known professionally as Lil Peep, was an American rapper, singer, and songwriter. He was a member of the emo rap collective GothBoiClique. Helping pioneer an emo revival-style of rap and rock music, Lil Peep has been credited as a leading figure of the mid–late 2010s emo rap scene and came to be an inspiration to outcasts and youth subcultures.
Seit den 1950er Jahren fußen die meisten Missionstheologien auf der missio Dei („Gottes Mission“) und sehen somit nicht mehr die Kirche als Subjekt der Mission. Dieser Begriff setzte sich in der Folge der Weltmissionskonferenz von 1952 in Willingen (Deutschland), wo Karl Hartenstein den Begriff einführte, schnell durch und wurde vor allem von Georg Vicedom verbreitet. Unter dem Eindruck der Ausweisung aller Missionare aus China, befand sich die christliche Mission damals in einer akuten Krise. Dabei ging es auch um eine neue Verhältnisbestimmung zwischen den Kirchen und der meist von unabhängigen Missionsgesellschaften betriebenen Mission.
In der Vorstellung der missio Dei wird die Mission trinitarisch verankert: Gott der Vater sendet seinen Sohn Jesus Christus. Vater und Sohn senden den Heiligen Geist zur Versöhnung der Welt. Christus sagt: „Wie mich der Vater gesandt hat, so sende ich euch“ (Johannes 20,21 ). Durch diese trinitarische Verankerung der Mission, die auch von orthodoxen und katholischen Kirchen begrüßt wurde, sollen Engführungen und Einseitigkeiten überwunden werden. Mission ist nicht mehr eine Veranstaltung der Kirche, sondern die Kirche unterstellt sich der Mission Gottes, der Zuwendung Gottes zur Welt. Gott selbst ist das Subjekt der Mission.
Jordan Edward Benjamin, known professionally as Grandson, is a Canadian-American singer, songwriter, and musician currently signed to Fueled by Ramen. He released his major label debut EP, A Modern Tragedy Vol. 1, on June 15, 2018, and released the follow-up A Modern Tragedy Vol. 2 on February 22, 2019. The initial EP featured the single "Blood // Water", which appeared on several Billboard charts in the United States and Canada. Benjamin's music focuses on modern-day issues that are less recognized by the media and public. On December 4, 2020, he released his debut studio album, Death of an Optimist.
Tribe Society is an American indie synth-pop collective formed by the core members of the band Gentlemen Hall. They are also known for their eerie sounds compiled with indie rock sounds, and are often compared to Imagine Dragons. The band has been active since 2015. On April 15, 2016, the band released a six track EP, Lucid Dreams and on March 3, 2017, they released their first full-length album, We Sell Drugs.
After Gentlemen Hall split, its members Seth Hachen, Gavin Merlot, Bradford Alderman, Rory Given and Phil Boucher decided to create a new band called 'Tribe Society'.
I Dont Know How But They Found Me (stylized in all caps), often shortened to IDKHow (stylized as iDKHOW), is an American musical duo based in Salt Lake City, Utah and formed in 2016. The band consists of lead vocalist and bassist Dallon Weekes and drummer Ryan Seaman. Before signing with Fearless Records, the duo was described as "the hottest unsigned band in the world" on the cover of Rock Sound in March 2018.
Prior to the formation of the band, Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman were longtime friends who had worked together in the past. Seaman joined Weekes' former band The Brobecks in 2008 and played drums for Weekes' solo projects, including the songs "Sickly Sweet Holidays" and "Please Don't Jump (It's Christmas)."
"Silent Running (On Dangerous Ground)" is a song performed by Mike + The Mechanics. Written by Mike Rutherford and B. A. Robertson, it was the first track on the 1985 self-titled debut album of Mike + the Mechanics. It was also released as the band's first single, peaking at number 6 on 8 March 1986 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and number 1 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, where it stayed for five weeks. It reached No. 21 in the band's native United Kingdom.
Mikeschair (stylized as MIKESCHAIR) was an American contemporary Christian music band signed to Curb Records. The group has charted on the American contemporary Christian music charts with the song "Can't Take Away", which was the seventh most played Contemporary Christian music song in the United States for the week of June 13, 2009 as reported on the R&R magazine chart. Their single "Let The Waters Rise" was number 8 on Billboard's Hot Christian Songs chart for the week of January 23, 2010.
The band originated in Mike Grayson's dormitory room at Belmont University, within the first two weeks of their freshman year at the college. The band was named after Mike Grayson's chair in the frustration of deciding on a band name.
Members Only was an American hip hop collective from Broward County, Florida, formed in 2014. It was originally only a duo consisting of Jahseh Onfroy (XXXTentacion) and Stokeley Goulbourne after the two met in a juvenile detention center. It closely associated with another collective named Very Rare, and members of both collectives also refer to themselves as VR All-Stars. Following the release of their fourth project, Members Only, Vol. 4, the collective has gone on an indefinite hiatus, with some of its most prominent members such as Craig Xen and Wifisfuneral exiting the group.
The Brasserie des Rocs (formerly known as Brasserie de l'Abbaye des Rocs) is a brewery in Montignies-sur-Roc, Belgium. Founded in 1979, the company brews ales in the traditional Belgian style. Their Triple Imperiale, a tripel without added sugars, was the Chicago Tribune's "Beer of the Month" in 2007. Their Blonde, a blonde ale, got first place in a test of 23 Belgian ales in The New York Times.
Their beers are exported to various countries, including Japan and the United States.
Halo is a military science fiction media franchise, originally developed by Bungie and currently managed and developed by 343 Industries, part of Microsoft's Xbox Game Studios. The series launched in 2001 with the first-person shooter video game Halo: Combat Evolved and its tie-in novel, The Fall of Reach. The latest main game, Halo Infinite, was released in 2021.