Carol Rich (born Anne-Lyse Caille) is a Swiss singer, best known for her participation in the Eurovision Song Contest. In 1984, Rich made her first appearance in the Swiss Eurovision Song Contest selection, where her song ‘Tokyo Boy’ ranked seventh place. When later released as a single, the b-side to ‘Tokyo Boy’ was this track ‘Computered Love’. The song is now being re-released as part of an all new compilation by Décalé. and Bongo Joe Records, which places the spotlight on the Swiss experimental and electronic scene of the ‘80s and the early ‘90s.
Yogtze are Daniel Helmer – musician, producer (Mantra Mantra, Gudrun von Laxenburg) and filmmaker from Vienna, and Daniel Meuzard (aka Feater, Skymax, VALLAY). The eponymous album is out on the Running Back label based in Lorsch, Germany.
I think there is a connection between Ssaladd and Slugabed (aka Greg Feldwick), but I’m not too sure what. According to Bandcamp, Ssaladd is bassist Harrison, drummer Toby, and Gregory “Fendering The Rhodes”. Perhaps this is Gregory Feldwick? Anyways, the new ‘Ssaladd EP’ has been released on Feldwick’s on London-based Activia Benz label.
Caribou (aka Daphni) is Canadian composer, musician, and recording artist Dan Snaith. ‘Home’ contains a sample of ‘Home’ written by Bobby Dixon, as performed by Gloria Barnes, used with permission of Essential Media Group. From the new album ‘Suddenly’, due to release 28 February on City Slang. Previous Daphni #SOTD here: Thriller.