Deathline is a duo from London, UK. Members Jennie (bass guitar, vocals) and Kaoru (guitar, vocals and programming) formed the group after quitting Artrocker post-punk band Electric Shocks in late 2005. Deathline spent summer 2006 developing their sound, which is a lo-fi blend of electronic backing and harsh, garage rock style overdriven instrumentation, that was labelled "rock noir" by their supporters due to its dark and atmospheric nature.
The Years Gone By is a four piece pop punk band. The band consists of - Nickolas Madore (Vocals/Guitar), Mike Polimine (Guitar), Louis Dobrolsky (Drums) and Will Johnston (Bass). The band was created and resides in Freehold, New Jersey. The band started with childhood friends, Nick Madore and Mike Polimine in the summer of 2002. The two started out covering songs from Blink 182, Green Day and New Found Glory. Like most kids in a garage, they never dreamt they'd be touring full time and playing music 6 years later.
The Cribs are an English 4-piece indie band from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England which formed in 2001 and consists of twins Gary Jarman and Ryan Jarman and their younger brother jarman Ross Jarman. In August 2008, Johnny Marr, former guitarist for The Smiths and current guitarist for Modest Mouse became the official fourth member of the band. The band has gone on to release 3 albums: self-titled debut "The Cribs" in 2004, follow up "The New Fellas" in 2005, and "Men's Needs, Women's Needs, Whatever" in 2007.
DIIV (previously known as Dive) is an ongoing project composed of Beach Fossils guitarist Cole Smith, Devin Ruben Perez, Andrew Bailey, and ex-Smith Westerns drummer Colby Hewitt. DIIV's first release, the Sometime 7" on Captured Tracks, was released on Oct. 11th, 2011, Oshin their debut album was released in June 2012.
Faker is an Australian alternative rock band, formed in Sydney in 1996. The band consists of vocalist Nathan Hudson, drummer Evan Mannell, guitarist Nic Munnings, and bassist Ash Moss. Their touring keyboardist is Dizzi de Cazz. The band has released two studio albums, and despite forming in 1996, Faker's first studio album Addicted Romantic, was only released in 2005. Prior to that, the band played multiple local gigs, and also released two EPs. In 2007, Faker became a mainstream success with their second album, Be the Twilight, and went on to continue touring nationally.
UNDERCOLOUR A rock/pop/experimental quintet from Manchester UK
Terry Reid (born 13 November, 1949, Huntingdon, England) is a singer, songwriter and guitarist. He first appeared on the scene as a member of The Jaywalkers, of whom had a minor hit in 1967 with the song "The Hand Don't Fit The Glove" but by that time The Jaywalkers had since disbanded. Soon after, Reid began a solo career, releasing his first full-length album titled Bang Bang, You're Terry Reid. Reid went on to release three more full-length albums before retiring in 1981. Come 1991, Terry Reid returned with another full-length entitled The Driver.
Birmingham based band, The Traps were born on 1st January 2008. The band spent much of the year writing, recording and playing live, gaining fans from their performances and from sending out free mp3s to those who messaged them directly on myspace. The band founded the record label - Speech Fewapy Records to enable the release of their own EPs. 2009 saw the release of three EPs, ‘Luna’, ‘Elk’ and The Honey Drip’. All were released in download only formats and were all made available for free. The three EPs were downloaded a combined total of over 1,500 times.
Motörhead are a British heavy metal band formed in London in 1975 by bassist, singer and songwriter Lemmy, who has remained the sole constant member. Lemmy started the band after he was fired from Hawkwind in the same year, and he decided to name it after Motorhead, the final song he had written for Hawkwind. The band was part of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, which re-energised heavy metal in the late '70s and early '80s by adding influences from punk rock such as speeding up the tempo and toughening up the sound.