Mojave 3 are a dream pop/folk band which formed in Reading, England in 1993. The band consists of Neil Halstead (vocals, guitar), Rachel Goswell (vocals, guitar, bass), Simon Rowe (guitar), Alan Forrester (organ, vocals), and Ian McCutcheon (drums). Goswell, Halstead and McCutcheon were previously members of the shoegaze band Slowdive. The band initially existed as a trio consisting of Halstead, Goswell, and McCutcheon (hence the "3" in their name).
Let's Whisper is the sweet bedroom pop duo project of Colin Clary and Dana Kaplan of the Smittens. They write dreamy soft songs and have recorded a few songs that have appeared on compilations. They live in Burlington, Vermont. They released an ep, "Make Me Smile" on the WeePOP! label on July 17th, 2008 and are currently at work on their first full-length album which will hopefully be completed this year.
The Cannanes have been described as 'the world's most indie band' by people with no understanding of the word 'indie'. Despite never having a manager, agent or signing a record deal they have toured the world, produced numerous recordings (numerous meaning 'more than one'), and been recognised internationally as one of Australia's best known bands (some recognition!). Even Kurt Cobain listed the Cannanes as a band he liked in his journals (but nowhere else).
French pop duet composed of Pascale (singer) and her husband, Michaël Korchia, musician multi-instrumentalist. Watoo Watoo assembles light pop, almost jazzy, music in French. Also, Michael plays for the group Mumbly and the electro project they call Booly.
He also makes photos
Excerpt from the band's biography: Watoo Watoo consist primarily of Pascale & Michaël, who live in Bordeaux. Michaël usually records new songs on his computer, e-mails friends to help with the guitars, and then asks Pascale to add her lovely voice...
there is more than one artist with this name
1> A southern country rock from the united states. Members had previously been in the bands 31st Of February and We the People. Cowboy was signed to Capricorn Records and shared the stage with The Allman Brothers Band.from gainsvill fl they had two albums 2> A rapper who was involved with Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five. Many people often think of Melle Mel when Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five is mentioned, but along with Scorpio, Cowboy was the backbone of the group.
Legendary at promoting others but not himself, Guy Blackman is the operator of Chapter Music (www.chaptermusic.com.au), writes for Victorian newspaper The Age and has written and performed music both with Sleepy Township and under his own name.
Born and raised in Perth, Australia before moving to Melbourne in 1995, Blackman is a passionate performer and music theorist. Fearless in the personal topics he tackles, he has won fans over across the world; fans such as Jens Lekman, The Crayon Fields...
There are three bands known to have used this name. 1. 2013 - Present: Rock band from London, England.
Band Members: Alex Davies (Vocals/guitar), Dan Mount (Bass), Bob Barrett (Drums)
Following the hiatus of the band Elliot Minor, frontman Alex went on to form a new band.
Their first single ‘Sweet Dynamite’ was released via PledgeMusic in January 2013. 2. Spirits (Slovenia) also known as "Night Spirits" are a grunge rock group from Izola (Slovenia), active in the 90's. They released his first and only album "Zemljin Krik" (Earth's Scream) in 1999.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Pacific is drum'n'bass duo Matt Cox and Mark Soo from Vancouver, Canada. Matt also DJs a variety of genres under the name. 2) Pacific was an electronic indiepop band from the UK that released records and EPs on Creation Records as well as a split flexi with My Bloody Valentine on Catalogue.
1. Barnoon Hill (1988 UK Creation Records)
2. Sea Of Sand EP (1988 UK Creation Records)
3. Shrift (1989 UK Creation Records)
Turnstyle, of Perth, Western Australia, are an indie quartet, made up of PJ, Adem K and Dean. Songs 'Spray Water on the Stereo' and 'I'm a Bus' received airplay on Triple J in the late nineties and made it into the Hottest 100 in 1999. They released 2 EPs, 3 Albums and multiple singles. Their album Turnstyle Country was Hype magazine's 'album of the year' in 1999. They supported many local and international acts including Guided by Voices, Trans Am, They Might be Giants, Ben Lee, Stereolab, Bikini Kill, Regurgitator, Custard and Jebadiah.