Synonyms for netsky or Related words with netsky

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Examples of "netsky"
Belgian liquid drum & bass prodigy Netsky sampled the song on his 2010 debut album "Netsky" (Hospital Records), using the vocals of Terri Pace on the song "Mellow".
Boris Daenen (; born 22 March 1989), better known as Netsky (pronounced: Net-ski ), is a Belgian drum and bass producer and musician. The name Netsky is based on the computer virus of the same name.
Other symptoms of Netsky included beeping sounds on specified dates, usually in the morning hours.
“A creative spark that never lets up.” Ron Netsky, "Rochester City Newspaper"
Hankus Netsky is a multi-instrumentalist, composer, and ethnomusicologist. He chairs the Contemporary Improvisation Departments at the New England Conservatory. Netsky is founder and director of the Klezmer Conservatory Band, an internationally renowned Yiddish music ensemble, and serves as research director of the Klezmer Conservatory Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and perpetuation of traditional Eastern European Jewish music.
Netsky is the eponymous debut album from Belgian drum & bass musician Netsky. The album primarily features drum and bass tracks, with various vocalists such as Darrison and Jenna G. It was leaked in early May, a month before the intended mid-June release. The release, however, was brought forward to 31 May 2010.
"Moving With You" is a song by Belgian drum and bass producer Netsky, from his debut album "Netsky". The song was released on 16 January 2012 as a digital download in the United Kingdom and Belgium. The song features vocals from Jenna G.
In April 2012, during a Hospitality festival at Brixton Academy, Netsky unveiled his "Netsky LIVE!" project for the first time. Accompanied by a team of live musicians, as well as guest vocalists (of whom have sung on Netsky's catalogue of music), Netsky performs his music as a full band, taking center-stage on keyboards and synthesizers. The band now tours the world performing headlining shows around the globe, as well as performing at many international electronic music festivals, such as the Ultra Music Festival in the United States.
All the while, Thomas continues to produce remixes for many artists including Netsky, Chicane, Ayah Marar, The Aston Shuffle, Russo, Cutline, and Brookes Brothers.
Other notable artists on the lineup throughout the festival included Dirty South, Hardwell, ATB, Magnetic Man, John Digweed, Netsky, Sidney Samson, and Steve Aoki.
Headliners: Plan B, Azealia Banks, Goldfrapp, Jurassic 5, D'Angelo, Hurts, Rudimental, Netsky (Live), Lil' Kim (cancelled), Kelis, Lianne La Havas, AlunaGeorge, MS MR, Foreign Beggars.
One of Jaschan's friends had informed Microsoft that his friend had created the worm. He further revealed that not only Sasser, but also Netsky.AC, a variant of the Netsky worm, was his creation. Another variation of Sasser, Sasser.E, was found to be circulating shortly after the arrest. It was the only variation that attempted to remove other worms from the infected computer, much in the way Netsky does.
"Running Low" is a song by Belgian drum and bass producer Netsky. The song features vocals by American singer-songwriter Beth Ditto. It was written by Ditto, Netsky, Takura Tendayi and Zane Lowe. The single was released on 3 August 2014 as a digital download in the United Kingdom and Belgium (and two weeks later in the US). It was released through Sony Music Entertainment and Epic Records as Netsky's major label debut.
Netsky produces music of the liquid funk style – drum and bass music with many instrumental layers and frequent vocals. High Contrast's 'Gold Digger' remix was a major influence on him.
Brustein's new klezmer musical, with composer Hankus Netsky, "The King of Second Avenue", an adaptation of Israel Zangwill's "The King of the Schnorrers", was produced at the New Repertory Theatre in 2015.
Sven Jaschan (born April 29, 1986) is a former black-hat hacker turned white-hat and a security expert/consultant and creator of the NetSky worms, and Sasser computer worms.
He studied clarinet with Joe Allard and studied music at the New England Conservatory in Boston with George Russell. While in Boston, Byron performed and recorded with the Klezmer Conservatory Band, founded by NEC faculty member Hankus Netsky.
Green Day, The Hives, Biffy Clyro, The Prodigy, Bloc Party, Sting, Indochine, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Modestep, Netsky, Mike + The Mechanics, Alt-J, Damien Saez, Of Monsters and Men, Madeon, Stereophonics, Lou Doillon, Modest Mouse
The Prodigy, Rudimental, Fatboy Slim, The Parov Stelar Band, The Cat Empire, The Glitch Mob, Maya Jane Coles, Sub Focus, Sigma. Netsky Live, The Subways, Nouvelle Vague, Roni Size Reprazent and many others.
Although individual functions vary widely from virus to virus, the Netsky family perhaps is most famous for comments contained within the code of its variants insulting the authors of the Bagle and Mydoom worm families and, in some cases, routines that removed versions of these viruses. The "war" as it was referred to in the media caused a steady increase in the number of variant viruses produced in these families. As of June 2004, Bagle had approximately 28, Netsky approximately 29, and MyDoom approximately 10.