The band Reamonn began with a classified advertisment from Rea in the paper. "Irish singer is looking for band for recording and tour". It didn't take long for Mike to contact Rea. He knew Sebi, who played in a band with Uwe. Uwe told Phil about the project they were doing and suddenly he was there too. Reamonn was born...
Devo (pronounced DEE-vo by most and occasionally spelled in all capital letters; although members of the group refer to themselves with the emphasis on the second syllable.) is an American rock group formed in Akron, Ohio, United States in 1972. The band split in 1991 and returned in 1996. Their style has been variously classified as punk, industrial and rock, but are most often considered to be the 70s/early 80s New Wave band that ushered in the synth pop of the 1980s, along with other acts such as Gary Numan and The B-52s.
Human Pyramids is the explosive and uplifting new project from multi-instrumentalist Paul Russell. Raised in an old mining village in the central belt of Scotland and now based in London, it features a number of handpicked musicians spread throughout the UK. A triumph of neo-classical arrangement, a world in which jubilant choir-led chamber music and post-punk meet head on to form a place where anything is possible.
We are Last Masquerade.
We are a three piece band from Birmingham.
The genre of our music is Indie rock.
We are currently working with the promotion and management company "The Catapult Club" in which we are given dates to play gig nights at various venues around Birmingham. Recently we have played the Actress and Bishop and the HMV Institute. We are also set to play the o2 Academy soon. Scott Underwood - Main Vocals and Drums
Sam Price - Bass and Backing Vocals
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Anonymous, based in Andorra, and created in 2004. The group is inspired by the music of Blink 182 and Sum 41. Their live performances have included concerts at the opening of the Games of the Small States in 2005, and performing as the opener during Falling Kids' 2006 tour of Catalonia. They have taken part in musical competitions such as the Global Battle of the Bands (second-place finish) and the Emergenza. They also participated in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007.
Fat and Frantic were a band. They are no more. Sometimes they reappear to play concerts and call themselves "Rev Softly". But not very often. They played a mixture of gospel and skiffle which they called "goffle". Some people accused them of playing a mix of punk and skiffle called "piffle". They played netween 1985 and 1992, and a one-off reunion gig in 1998. They were often to be found at Greenbelt, occasionally on tour around the UK, sometimes at the Edinburgh Festival fringe...
La trayectoria de Despistaos está siendo meteórica, con paso firme y gran profesionalidad. En su quinto año de vida, la banda nos presentará en octubre su doble álbum recopilatorio "Lo que hemos vivido". Durante este verano, Despistaos se han vuelto a meter en el estudio para grabar varias canciones y versionear algunos de sus temas más conocidos, con colaboraciones de lujo como Dani de El Canto del Loco en "Hasta que pase la tormenta", Iker de Dikers en "Nada de que hablar" y Brigi de Koma en "El único espectador".
The Belgian alternative rock outfit Absynthe Minded is heavily influenced by thirties jazz, soul, Merseyside pop, balkan and gypsy music. Absynthe Minded originally formed in 1999 as a one man band. Singer/guitarist Bert Ostyn recorded the first demos solo in his bedroom in Ghent. In 2002 Ostyn recruited Renaud Ghilbert (violin, trumpet, percussion), Sergej Van Bouwel (bass, contrabass) and Jan Duthoy (Hammond, piano) to form the Absynthe Minded Quartet, shortly Absynthe Minded. The History makes Science Fiction EP (2003) was their first release on the independent Keremos label.
Stephen Malkmus (born May 30th, 1966, Santa Monica, California) is an indie-rock musician, a former member of the bands Pavement, Silver Jews, and the Crust Brothers. His solo works include Stephen Malkmus (2001. with The Jicks), Pig Lib (2003, with The Jicks), Face the Truth (2005), Real Emotional Trash (2008, with The Jicks) and several singles. Malkmus knew fellow Pavement songwriter Scott Kannberg (aka Spiral Stairs), of the Preston School of Industry, since childhood in Stockton, California.
King's X is an American hard rock / heavy metal band noted for its spiritual lyrics and sophisticated musical styles which include, but are not limited to, blues, progressive rock, grunge and psychedelic. The group traces its beginnings to 1980, when Doug Pinnick and Jerry Gaskill, who had previously met while recording and touring with Phil Keaggy and touring with the band Petra, recruited Ty Tabor to join them.