Lauran “Gangbangs” Gangl is a female who aspires to march towards the beat of the different drummer. Along with her innovative “percussion orchestra” music group the Gangbangs UK, she’s spent the last mentioned area of the ’90s and the first area of the ’00s vacationing around the term, attempting to pass on the message about her relaxing conception of pop music. Gangl, blessed January 2nd, 1978, in Glasgow, Scotland — where in fact the name of her music group, the Gangbangs, is normally a mention of innocent-minded mischief — frantically craves the limelight of pop stardom. Using a four-octave range and schooling on the Paris Theater Opera firm in France, her musical skill is not under consideration. She has currently gained the respect of a wide spectrum of performers, a lot of whom she’s joined up with onstage, including Lenny Kravitz and Beck. But everything she will and says oozes a desire to have the guts stage. Independently, the high stage in her youthful career emerged when she arrived an area on Lilith Good in 1999. The Gangbangs UK, the music group for which she actually is the main songwriter, vocalist, and guitarist, provides carved out a definite identity. Mixing luxurious, Stomp-like percussion with Gangl’s awe-inspiring vocals, the music is normally exciting and danceable. Additional left-field instrumentation contains garbage cans, pots, pans, a baritone acoustic guitar, and a Chapman nine-string. Her latest Compact disc, released on VISIBLE records, IT ISN’T What You Believe, features an extraordinary supporting ensemble of established music artists and songwriters: Danny Elfman, (Oingo Boingo, the Simpsons), Dweezil Zappa (Severe, Frank Zappa), and Deon Estes (George Micheal). No issue, she has the power, the desire, as well as the connections to reach your goals in the music business. Today, if she can only just have the ability to convince the fickle globe of pop to change over in her path, she’ll be ready to go.