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1) Bela was formed in late 1997 when guitarist/singer-songwriter Jeff Hogan got tired of his "guitar-rock" band Cultural Exhaust, and began to write in a more moody and melancholy style. Soon enough he was in the studio calling upon his friend, and former Rasputina cellist Julia Kent to add her stylings to his new track. The song, "Dark Shadows" came to life. Inspired by one of his favorite childhood shows, Jeff called thereminist Rob Schwimmer to add his skills to the mix. Long-time friend and drummer Fred Pisciotta takes care of the rhythms, and bassist Mauro Felipe rounds out the bottom with the bass guitar.

2) Bela relocated from Iceland to Glasgow in 2005 to pursue a career in art and music. His album was picked up on by a host of independent record labels in Glasgow.

His debut album "Hole and Corner" (2006) contains 11 songs of acoustic music. It is currently available in the UK and Iceland, soon to be released in Spain, Italy, Portugal, Polland and USA. The Icelandic singer-songwriter has been compared to John Martyn, Iron & Wine, Kings Of Convenience and Nick Drake.

3) Bela is a Kizomba artist from Angola.

4) bela is also a band formed in march 2005 in Grenoble (France), currently comprising:
..... p. coeytaux plays percussion
..... d. colette plays misc. instruments and sings
..... e. renau plays cello and piano
..... v. stephan plays horns

They have recorded 2 EPs: Reverend Charles Dodgson 1 & 2. They just finished their first LP. To be released in early 09.

5) bela Musician, DJ. Finds various hidden passages to emotional balance. Gender non-binary and Asian. Name preferred written with no uppercase letters.
Pronoun they. Co-running Sorrow Club in Seoul. Performed as a DJ for Quick-Die in Seoul, KATO MASSACRE and ‘i-ss in Tokyo, Genome 6.66 Mbp in Shanghai, FunctionLab in Hangzhou.
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