Jetplane Landing are a four piece band from Derry (Northern Ireland) and London (England). They comprise Andrew Ferris (Lead Vocals/Guitar), Jamie Burchell (Bass/Vocals), Cahir O’Doherty (Guitar/Vocals) and Raife Burchell (Drums). Jamie and Raife are brothers. Their musical influences include - At The Drive-In (the band's name comes from an observation that At The Drive-In sounded like a jet plane landing, made by a band friend) Helmet, Soundgarden, Blues Explosion, Fugazi, Shellac, Big Black, Pavement, Rage Against The Machine, AC/DC, Robbie Robertson, Bruce Springsteen and Elvis Costello.
The Wizard & The Frog are from Jersey C.I (westside)Then moving To Brighton U.K (Southside) And then London (Eastside) origianlly releasing two albums on cassette with original art work on each one. Then moving into the 90's with their a 'Best Of' Cd. Followed by the underrated 'What Would You Rather Bee Or A Wasp?' Having over 20 members drifting in an out ranging from Vikings to Ladybirds right back to Posh Lions and Bumblebees.
Lightspeed Champion is the alter ego of one Dev Hynes - ex-Test Icicle. Currently signed to illustrious independent, Domino Records, it contains musical elements from a variety of genres. It's a veritable soundscape of forward thinking songwriting with solid pop hooks and ambitious instrumentation (strings! flutes! guitars! pianos!) Comparisons can't be drawn to one artist, but there's certatinly elements of Fleetwood Mac, Smashing Pumpkins, through to Hall and Oates, Nirvana, Patrick Wolf, Neil Young and even Bright Eyes - whose collaborator...
Singer/Songwriter for fans of Sara Bareilles, Sarah McLachlan, Bonnie Raitt & Missy Higgins. New single Jealous Of The Angels out now! Critically acclaimed U.S. singer songwriter Jenn Bostic whose “Jealous of the Angels” is a favorite of many UK DJ’s and has featured on BBC 1 morning news and released her third album, Jealous, in the U.K. in December 2012. The YouTube views for the song, produced by Barrett Yeretsian, who created the hit "Jar of Hearts" for Christina Perri, have already exceeded over one million views.
Adrian grew up in North London listening to his family's records: an eclectic mix of music from reggae to rock, country to soul. While these have shaped his style as a singer and songwriter, somehow he has achieved a voice that is uniquely his own. His personal musical journey started out as a solitary venture, but fellow musicians have been recruited along the way. Whilst recording his first album, "Welcome to One Man Town," he began playing regularly with songwriter Beth Dariti as a duo for several years in venues such as Camden's Green Note and The Troubadour in Earls Court.
There are two artists with this name. 1. Alex Wilson is a Blues guitarist who picked up the guitar at five years old and never put it down. Immersed in the Milwaukee blues scene, Alex was surrounded, and influenced by such local luminaries as Stokes, Lee Gates, Jim Liban and Milwaukee Slim. Alex formed his own garage band at thirteen. By seventeen he began to dig deep into the blues, learning the songs and styles of masters such as Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Little Walter, Buddy Guy, Jimi Hendrix and Magic Sam.
An experimental collective originally from Tel Aviv.
fronted by Mariya Ocher (aka Mary Ocher http://www.last.fm/music/Mary+Ocher), currently based in Berlin. The first line-up of the band (Tel-Aviv, Dec2006-dec2007; Ocher with Gil Cohen, Ran Nahmias and Karen Phenpimon-Zehavi) was influenced primarily by folk, early industrial and post-punk acts like The Birthday Party and Einstürzende Neubauten with a hint of avant garde/noise generated by a heater and other uncommon uses of objects as percussions.
Brianna Carpenter is an Australian singer from Brisbane, Queensland. She appeared on Australian Idol in 2007. Carpenter completed a degree in Popular Music at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. Since completing her degree has gained short-listings in the Apra Professional Development Award (2009), QSong Awards (2009), Music Oz Awards (2009), NA2R Awards (2009) and the Australian Spirit of Youth Awards.
“If Freddie Mercury sang for Death From Above 1979, these guys would open the show!” The Gay Blades are a two piece from somewhere in or near New York City and play an acerbic brand of Trash Pop, and make up for their missing bass player with consistent TNT like performances and a heaping spoonful of swagger. The Gay Blades invented it.
Glass Mazes are a self-proclaimed 'progressive indie' three-piece that formed in November 2010. They are based in Kingston/Guildford. In July 2011, they released their eponymous debut EP and currently play live shows. Glass Mazes are: Tom Hill, Ryan Freeman-Kennedy and Kurt Phillips.