There is more than one band called The Phantoms: 1. 60s surf rock band. 2. The Phantoms is a ska group from Oslo, Norway formed in 1996. The first line-up included Leo Fossen from the legendary norwegian hip-hop act B.O.L.T. Warhead on vocals. They released a 7" in 1996 and a 10" in 1998 and a full-length CD in 2006. http://www.thephantoms.no/ 3. The Phantoms were a slovak bigbeat band founded by singer and actor Marián Slovák, Juraj Esperej
under the rungs tea and toast band split open in 5 or fewer colours over the silent remains of the last trilobyte - this can be seen in the shell in the museum where it is held. Clues can be gleaned from this. What came after this is purely incidental but no less significant for it. Tea & Toast Band make traps, fine mahogany traps for all, from the budding amateur just starting to the wisened dinosaurs (ripe with rich fondant) of the trapping world.
James Blunt (born James Hillier Blount, 22 February 1974) is an English singer/songwriter whose debut album, Back to Bedlam, and single releases — especially the number one hit "You're Beautiful" — brought him to fame in 2005. His style is a mix of pop, rock and folk. Along with vocals, Blunt plays a wide variety of instruments including the piano, guitar, organ, marimba, and mellotron. Blunt was educated at Elstree School, Woolhampton, then Harrow School (where he received his nickname 'Blunty'), and finally the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
Falling between the energetic pop/rock of mod revival and the psychedelic experimentations of Traffic, Ocean Colour Scene came to be one of the leading bands of the traditionalist, post- Britpop of the mid-'90s. Although they had formed in in the late '80s and had several hits during the height of Madchester in the early '90s, the band didn't earn a large following until 1996, when their second album, Moseley Shoals, became a multi-platinum success story in the U.K.
Jon Fratelli is the vocalist and guitarist for the band The Fratellis and Codeine Velvet Club. He is now aiming for a solo career.
Pustki is Polish band formed in 1999, in a small town, Ostrówek, near Warsaw. Their discography includes five albums: "Studio Pustki" (Antena Krzyku, April 2001), "8 Ohm" (Polskie Radio, April 2004), "Do Mi No" (Polskie Radio, March 2006), "Koniec kryzysu" (Agora, 2008) and "Kalambury" (Agora, 2009). Journalists have always problems with describing the music of Pustki with one term. For those who read the critics of "Studio Pustki" (LP, Antena Krzyku, 2001) the mysterious inventions like: proto-rock, impro-pre-punk-rock, are, if nothing else, meaningless.
Steph Fraser is a singer/songwriter based in Blackpool, UK. She is signed to Sonic Vista Recordings and her first single 'Purple Sun' was released on May 19th, 2008. Reviews of the single can be seen at the official Steph Fraser website www.stephfraser.co.uk. From humble beginnings winning many talent contests, Steph has progressed to a stage where she stole the show at a Canadian Music Week showcase at the Royal York Hotel, Toronto as well as performing in front of 18,000 people for BBC Radio 2's switch on event in the autumn of 2007.
Bubblegum Lemonade is a 60's influenced 12-string indie pop band based in Glasgow, Scotland. Their fondness of The Byrds and The Jesus and Mary Chain comes across on such songs as "The Tomorrow People" and "Unsafe At Any Speed." Releases: Various Artists - The Matin
Adventures In Stereo were a band set up by one-time Primal Scream member Jim Beattie and singer Judith Boyle on the breakup, at the end of 1991, of their previous short-lived 4AD band Spirea X. They released records on the Glaswegian label Creeping Bent and the German label Marina (which appears to exist solely as a platform for obscurities from the Scottish indie scene!) The band developed the Spirea X sound by adding a heavy dose of sample loops to the jangly guitar/laconic vocals template, creating a sound similar to the likes of Stereolab and Broadcast.