http://www.girlafraid.co.uk Please note! The bandname GIRL AFRAID may refer to two bands. The band from Windsor full of dudes playing hardcore-pop and having far too much fun is still going strong. Basically - male vocals, yay. Female vocals, nay. Enjoy :). Girl Afraid is an English rock n roll quintet from Berkshire, England. Most of the members first met while they were high school age playing in various bands, including Aussie Roadster and Naked in Black, the latter achieving local success with the debut EP “Tell Everyone What You Saw Tonight”.
Many moons ago Dave met Andrew and Andrew met Dave, at about the same time. Both had things in common; an addiction of music, enjoying the occasion bite of jazz and a love of being slightly different from the rest. This then took the form in the first song 'The Moon is Made of Cheese'. With Dave on drums and Andrew on guitar/vocals they lacked one instrument, the bass. Conveniently after a few years Oli appeared; Dave saw him, Andrew saw him, both saw him playing the bass and playing it well, this was perfect so Oli was soon ushered into the band.
Cleft are a 2-piece band from Manchester, UK. They make massive, dirty noises.
Rodrigo Constanzo is an experimental composer and performer living in Manchester, England. He has performed as a solo musician, or as part of various groups for the majority of his life. The most recent being as part of the SOUND festival in Scotland and speaking at the GEM Days festival in Huddersfield. He is also slated to perform at the FUTURSONIC festival in Manchester in 2009. He began his studies in music at the age of four, studying piano with his grandmother, formerly a piano teacher at the Conservatory of Cuba.
The_Public “The public are a band of friends and brothers who have been writing and creating together for well over ten years. Their music is simple and fun, onward and charging but at the same time nostalgia and darkness wait in the wings aching to surface. Through a few listens an obvious difference in the writing partnership occurs. Sweet anthem chord structures and 'sing along' sections softly slide into heavy guitar carried ballads constantly surprising the ear.” D L Bannister
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Made in Manchester and signed to the late Factory records by Tony Wilson 'Shall We Take A Trip?' (Fac 268)
'My Rising Star' (Fac 298)
'Take 5' (Fac 308) 'Chicken Rhythms' (Fac 310)
'Chicken Rhythms' + Extras (LTMCD 2386) A Bit On The Side - Northside Biography In another world, Northside would have become the next great Factory band after Joy Division / New Order and Happy Mondays, going from strength to strength throughout the 1990s.
Once Upon A Time ... Starting back in 2007 Manchester lads, punk band, noisy bastards, everyone invited. Oculolinctus is the need for licking an eyeball for sexual arousal. who's round is it? Buggs - Vocals
Karl - Bass
Lasty - Guitar
Dan - Drums http://www.myspace.com/eyelickerband http://www.punkrockers.com/EyeLicker http://www.reverbnation.com/eyelicker Free Downloads!!!
Lewis Tuff is an artist from Bristol who loves gigging and performing newly written material. Playing at a wide range of venues in and around Bristol his style and performance develop and mature with every performance. An upcoming singer/songwriter with strong influences from Stevie Wonder, Cat Stevens and Jack Johnson. cLuMsY (a local Bristol band) have been a great influence in Lewis's songwriting, guitar playing and musical taste. They also produced and played on his new EP: In the Absence of Light. Check them out here: cLuMsY band.
The Portlands' Bio The Portlands formed in 2009 in the north-west of England, Manchester, and have toured the world with their distinct brand of Folk Rock 'N' Roll. After sharing studio time with Elbow only three months into their formation at Blueprint Studios, they went on to play some of the most prestigious venues in the country on their first UK Tour, and finished with a 15,000 capacity crowd festival date at the end of summer 2010.