Franka De Mille - A Road to Redemption... Franka De Mille is a London singer, songwriter and composer. Her debut album ‘Bridge The Roads’ has already received critical acclaim and extensive airplay all over the world. Emotionally raw, truly original and with sophisticated arrangements Franka De Mille’s music has an elegant blend of Americana, Chamber music and Alternative folk. Franka’s focus on strong melodies really underline the powerful emotional charge of her unique voice and deeply personal lyrics.
The Limousines are an Electropop band based in the Bay Area, California. The band consists of songwriter and vocalist Eric Victorino, and multi-instrumentalist and producer Giovanni Giusti. The band has had comparisons drawn with MGMT. Victorino, who had previously performed with rock band Strata, stated that he was "tired of band politics" and "needed another outlet, one that wasn't quite as dark and heavy". Giusti and Victorino started the Limousines after communicating online and exchanged lyrics, music and recorded vocals online.
Commissioned by Danish performance group Hotel Pro Forma to write the music for their opera based on Charles Darwin and his book
There are 2 bands with the name Ventura. (1) Ventura (Switzerland) - Phil (Guitar, Vocals); Mike (Drums) and Diego (Bass) - is a three piece from Switzerland founded in summer of 2002. Ventura has shared stage with fine acts such as The pAper chAse, Medications, Cat On Form and Scumbucket. In 2005, the band released two 10'' splits vinyl on Get a Life Records. The first split was shared with the mighty swiss band Disco Doom and the second with the brutal Cortez. In 2006, Ventura released its first full length Pa Capona.
iamamiwhoami is an electronic music and multimedia project headlined by Swedish singer-songwriter Jonna Lee and co-produced with Claes Bj
Hailing from Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire, The Novellos stand at the forefront of a vibrant new wave of soul infused Rock and Roll bouncing through the streets of their hometown. 2008 has not only seen the boys showcase on Radio 1
Eddie Argos and Dyan Valdés are correcting the mistakes of pop songs past. So far they have defended the belittled blue collar worker from Kanye West's "Gold Digger," told Gerry and the Pacemakers that in fact it is okay to walk alone, dumped the manipulative Martha Reeves on behalf of poor Jimmy Mack and taken the misguided instructions of a 17th century ballad to its logical conclusion.