The Nine Tails are the product of gritty blues infused classics such as Led Zeppelin and The Stooges, combined with the essence of contemporary East London. At first listen The Nine Tails sound more like they fell out of a garage in Detroit in 1970 rather than a cramped flat in Hackney circa 2010. But with wall-to-wall harmonies, charmingly filthy vocals and what could possibly be described as obscene guitar licks, The Nine Tails do as many an Englishman before – taking the quintessentially American art form of Rock N Roll and infusing it with British swagger.
1. JETS is bass/house collaboration between Machinedrum and Jimmy Edgar. 2. JETS (acronym for Just Enjoy This Shit) are a group founded by New Orleans rapper Curren$y under his label Jet Life Records. The starting line-up for the JETS includes Curren$y, Trademark Da Skydiver, and Young Roddy. Other JETS affiliates include former No Limit artist Fiend, Street Wiz, Wiz Khalifa, Dee-Low, Corner Boy P, and most recently, Sir Michael Rocks of The Cool Kids and Smoke DZA.
High heels, leather jackets, and new wave inspired rock 'n' roll.
There are several artists known as The Elements:
1. The Elements was an 80's band formed in Keighley, West Yorkshire. In December 1982. The Elements evolved into the post-punk/goth group Skeletal Family (http://www.last.fm/music/Skeletal+Family). 2. a four-piece from Birmingham formed in 2001. They are an indie band heavily influenced by rock 'n' roll. They have toured the UK supporting such artists as Paul Weller and The Bluetones. 3. Christian hard-rock/prog metal band from Slovakia. They've released two albums so far, Out of the Dark and Inner Fight for Freedom.
There are three bands calling themselves The Beards - one from Adelaide, Australia, another from Norway, and the third a U.S. sideproject of several female musicians. 1) Beard based band from Adelaide Australia The Beards play "Bearded Music for Bearded People" and are the only band in the world playing solely beard based music. They have been officially invited to play the opening ceremony of the 2009 World Beard and Moustache Championships in Alaska.
1) Shelf Life is the solo project of Scotty Leitch (Pirouette, Young Bull, The Sniffles, Bonjour, etc). On the internet at http://soundcloud.com/ikey-heyman 2) It all began in Rubber Soul, the live house in Tokyo's Kokubunji district. Late 2003 - Dom Pates (formerly of Britain's The Zamora) wandered in and met bar owner Cheryo. Dom asked for a track for an album he was producing. The song 'Hallelujah Jambo' by Cheryo & The Berovolas, originally written in Kenya with local musicians, appeared on the 'Peace Not War Japan' compilation when released in 2006.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Alternative hip-hop group from the United States. Their first single "Hunting Man", which features/samples Disney star and indie singer-songwriter Hayley Kiyoko, was released on Tuesday, April 10, 2012. Their debut mixtape, "The Cloud Story", is set to be released in Summer 2012. This is the only Glory to give a fuck about. 2) Hardrock band from sweden, popular in the late 80s and early 90s.
The Baseballs are a German Rock & Roll / Rockabilly cover band, most famous for singing contemporary pop songs in a "'50s and '60s Rock 'n' Roll" style. The band consists of 3 male singers: Digger, Sam, and Basti. The band is relatively new; their website was launched on 9th May (2009) and their first album release was out on 15th May, 2009.