Mixtapes is a band from Cincinnati, Ohio. They are mostly influenced by 90's power pop and indie rock bands, some Replacements and midwestern gritty punk bands. www.mixtapesohio.com
There are four aritsts with this name: 1) Indonesian indie rock band
WEB LINK(S) :
- http://www.youtube.com/vincentvegatheband BIO:
When was the last time you heard an unknown local band with a few demo songs that went straight inside yer head? Never. Yes, we ARE that brilliant! Don't you forget it! LAWLZ... DISCO:
- LA LIGHTS INDIEFEST COMPILATION ALBUM - FFWD RECORDS INDONESIA ( 2006 )
- ALWAYS HARD TO MAKE A CHANGE, JUST LIKE HOW TO STAY THE SAME - VAGUE RECORDS & S.C.A.N.D.A.L (2008))
Shihad are a four-piece band from New Zealand, comprising Jon Toogood (guitar/vocals), Tom Larkin (drums), Karl Kippenberger (bass) and Phil Knight (guitar). Their style is best described as "hard rock", although they were described as "metal" in their formative years. Shihad were formed in 1988 in Wellington, New Zealand. They were briefly known between 2002-2004 as "Pacifier". During this time the band was attempting to break into the US market and it was decided that Shihad sounded too much like the arabic word 'jihad', thus the name change. Their major albums and EPs include:
Pull Tiger Tail are a british indie band who were formed at Goldsmiths College in London, England in 2005 - all three members had grown up together in Stratford-upon-Avon and shared a flat together when moving to London to attend Goldsmiths. They consist of Marcus Ratcliff (vocals, guitar, keys), Davo McKenzie-McConville (bass, moog, keys, drum pads, vocals) and Jack Hamson (drums, vocals) and they played their first gig in Feburary 2006...
Stereophonics formed in 1992 in Cwmaman, Wales and was originally known as "Tragic Love Company," taking one word from each member's favourite band (The Tragically Hip, Mother Love Bone, and Bad Company). The band first consisted of Kelly Jones (vocals/guitar and songwriter), Richard Jones (bass), and Stuart Cable (drums). Cable was fired by the other two members of the band in September 2003, and the band replaced him on the road with the former drummer for The Black Crowes, Steve Gorman.
Viarosa's second full length release "Send for the Sea" is an eleven song 'noir opera' that more deeply reveals the mystical vision of UK vocalist-songwriter Richard Neuberg and his bandmate-companions over the past six years. They are experts in roiling guitars, bittersweet viola & screaming lap steel, among the usual rock instrumentation. Viarosa's ability to express themselves in unique ways both lovely & grotesque earned them the fandom of REM, which asked them to open for the mega-band in Dublin at the Olympia Theatre in Dublin.
Multiple bands have used this name: 1. The Killjoys - a UK punk band (1977)
2. - The Killjoys - Australian
3. - The Killjoys - Canadian 1. The Killjoys were a British punk band which formed in 1977. The band released only one single, "Johnny Won't Get to Heaven". Their lead singer, Kevin Rowland, later formed Dexys Midnight Runners 2. Formed by Craig Pilkington and Anna Burley as a pop-folk group, from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, received critical acclaim for their 1990 Album Ruby, include receiving an ARIA award for best independent release.
Potential Strangers never really seemed to be formed. They’re not really a band as such, rather a group of free musicians who meet each other and play some songs. The ‘some songs’ were all composed by the lead singer Dòl Eoin. He takes the reigns to an extent, while keeping an open mind with the songs’ direction. Buddy Holly was a heavy influence on Dòl eoin, as he grew up in probably one
of the most remote corners of the world.