Young singer-songwriter, Mirel Wagner makes ominous blues folk stripped bare. You don
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Hailing from sunny San Diego, CA, SECRETS has already made an impact as one of the most promising up and coming acts in the scene. Armed with irresistibly catchy choruses, soaring vocals, and mercilessly dynamic breakdowns, its no wonder the post-hardcore five-piece has seen such success since signing to Velocity/Rise Records in the Spring of 2011. Velocity Records’ Dave Shapiro says, "When I heard these songs, I knew San Diego had yet another band that would be at the forefront of their genre.
Madison Violet was previously known as Madviolet. Both hailing from Scottish small towns in Canada, Brenley MacEachern and Lisa MacIsaac have chosen another musical path; one that channels their parent’s vintage record collection that comprised of the likes of Neil Young and Dolly Parton. Madison Violet came to be nearly 9 years ago after a chance meeting at an appropriately titled restaurant 'The Green Room'. Since that fateful meeting, the pair have come into a sound of their own, which has been described as both city-folk and tumbleweed pop.
Dodgy are an English britpop trio, composed of Birmingham's Nigel Clark (vocals and bass) and Mathew Priest (drums), along with Londoner Andy Miller (guitar). Clark left the band in 1998, and the band officially split up, only for Priest and Miller to reform briefly in 2001 as a five-piece. In 2007 the original trio announced they were reuniting and heading out on tour in November, only for Andy to break his arm forcing them to delay the shows until March 2008. The band described these shows as a homecoming, inspiring a five star review from the Guardian newspaper.
Marmalade were a successful Scottish pop/rock group, originally fronted by the vocalist Dean Ford. Unusually, Marmalade had two bass players, and were originally called Dean Ford & The Gaylords; they released several unsuccessful singles between 1964 and 1966, before changing their name. Their next few singles also failed to chart in the UK, although one, "I See The Rain," was highly praised by Jimi Hendrix and became a Top 40 hit in the Netherlands in 1967.
Bias B is an acclaimed rapper from Melbourne, Australia. He started his career as a graffiti artists and became instrumental in the development of the Australian Hip Hop scene. He has four releases. "Beezwax" LP, "In Bed with Bias", "Been There Done That" and his latest release "Aerosol Era" in July, 2009.
New Cassettes are a 5 piece from Northampton, England.
Members: Tom Stubbs (vocals), Owen Reed (guitar/vocals), Nik Gray (guitar/vocals), Dan Battison (bass/vocals), Tommy Francis (drums). www.myspace.com/newcassettes
The Fall, The Rise are a Birmingham, UK based band comprising Martin (vocals), Simon(guitar), Christopher (bass) and Steven (drums). Following the dissolution of their previous band Martin Hurley, Simon Gough and Steven Holmes-being first and foremost long term friends-decided to continue making the music they wanted to hear and formed The Fall, The Rise in late 2004. After losing their bass player they were fortunate enough to find Christopher Schaunig, who shared their love of both heavy and melodic music and the line up you see today was complete.