MGMT is a neo-psychedelic group which formed in 2002 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. The band consists of multi-instrumentalists Andrew VanWyngarden (vocals, guitar, keyboards, drums) and Ben Goldwasser (vocals, keyboards, synths, drums), both alumni of Wesleyan University. Originally the band was named "Management," but it was later changed when they found out there were several other bands with that name.
AM is an indie rock band formed in the Silverlake neighborhood of Los Angeles, California . The band was founded by AM (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar), and consists of Michael Sawtizke (electric guitar), Mark Getten (bass), Jesse Nason and Brett Bixby (piano, organ, synths), Chris Lovejoy (percussion) and Derek Brown (drums- The Eels/ Everest). AM was handpicked by the band Air to open their US and Canadian 2010 tour. New AM album "Future Sons & Daughters" produced by Charles Newman (who simultaneously produced AM's record and The Magnetic Fields' new album.)
The Futureheads formed in 2000 in Sunderland, United Kingdom or more specifically, in Barry's garage. The line-up of the band at that point was Jaff (Bass, Vocals), Barry Hyde (Guitar, Vocals), Ross Millard (Guitar, Vocals), and Peter Brewis (Drums, Vocals), now of cerebral pop-masterpiece-makers Field Music. After playing countless hometown shows, the Futureheads took the show on the road with a massive helping hand from Slampt Records' Milky Wimpshake. A tour of Squats and Youth Centres in Central Europe came in summer 2001, due to which the band switched out drummers.
Delays are an indie band formed in Southampton, UK. It gained its final lineup of Greg Gilbert (lead vocals, guitars), his younger brother Aaron Gilbert (synth/programming, vocals), Colin Fox (bass, backing vocals) and Matthew 'Rowly' Rowlinson (drums) in early 2001 (the band was called Idoru at the time, and changed their name to Delays in 2002) Their debut album, Faded Seaside Glamour was released on Rough Trade Records in April 2004.
Junior Elvis hail from the sophisticated region known as Teesside in the North of England. All the bands music both old and new can be downloaded for free from their fan website, http://www.37fans.co.uk . The current main band members are Philip Armstrong and Brian Stevenson (Billingham Forehead).
Vilija Pilibaitytė (Mia g. 1983 m. liepos 19 d. Kaukolikai, Lietuva) – lietuvių dainininkė, dainų autorė ir laidų vedėja. Debiutavo 2004 m. su radijo singlu „Kiekvienam“. Labiausiai išgarsėjo 2007 m. išleidusi debiutinį albumą ir atlikusi radijo singlą „Muzika“ kartu su grupe SEL. Dalyvavo LNK projekte „Žvaigždžių duetų“ 3 sezone su žurnalistu Giedriumi Leškevičiumi ir laimėjo pirmą vietą. 2010 m. kartu su Panevėžio choru dalyvavo TV3 muzikiniame projekte „Chorų karai“ ir užėmė 3-ą vietą. Nuo 2009 m. kartu su Edmundu Kučinsku veda laida „Muzikinė karuselė“ TV3 kanale.
Everett is an ambient/indie/avant garde/electronica two piece from Birmingham, Alabama formed by Dallas Taylor, formerly front man of Underoath, and friend Patrick Copeland. The best way to describe them would be... minimalistic piano, strange electronica backings, and voices, kind of like movie soundtracks. Everett are also a British Piano-Indie band, influenced by the driven melodies of Snow Patrol, Coldplay, and Jimmy Eat World, but with an alternative edge reminiscent of Keane. More details can be found at myspace.com/everettuk.
Put down your boys and girls, ladies and gentlemen. Great Mistakes, hailing from just south of your childhood fantasies and north of modern-day musical standards have arrived to make you dance—and to make you feel. David Whateley, with an internalized, uncontrollable rage that is soothed only by the sweet and succulent sound of his own voice leads on vocals, guitar and pelvic thrusts. Simon Jones, a full-time doctor just doing this between films tantalizes and titillates on the guitar, grooving so smooth you almost don’t notice you're double-parked in a handicapped zone.