Award-winning South Korean post-rock and post-hardcore act Apollo 18 formed in the summer of 2008 in the suburbs of Seoul. The trio released their debut EP, Red, in February 2009. In July 2009 they issued their  or The Blue Album full-length. Later that month, Apollo 18 performed at South Korea’s two largest summer rock festivals, the Jisan Valley Rock Festival and Incheon Pentaport Rock Festival. In September of 2009 they played at a pair of sold-out Tokyo gigs for Japanese indie label Zankyo Records fifth anniversary party.
Splitting their time equally between being awesome and being busy, these five good time dudes have been jamming with each other and rolling with safety off for years, exploring the joys of heavy, lo tensile string vibrations and big, clever and funny over-amplification. Constantly losing speed and any contrivance towards motif/refrain induced empathy, they've drawn on the cosmos sustainable feedback resources...
Jeniferever is a band from Uppsala, Sweden. Their music could be described as ambient indie rock or post-rock; it is slow-paced, melodic, and frequently building to an orchestral-like climax. Their sound has been compared to bands such as The Appleseed Cast and Sigur Rós. Their debut full-length Choose a Bright Morning was released on Drowned in Sound in early 2006. The Nangijala EP was released in 2008, to be followed by their second full-length Spring Tides on 13 April 2009 (Monotreme Records).
The germination of the band starts with Stephen Bland, from the graveyard suburb of Enfield, North London. As a teenager, he organized and performed with several group incarnations in Canterbury, while serving time at the university, booking bands and promoting clubs. Younger brother by seven years, Michael would join him for illicit drinking sprees. To make his scrawny younger brother look older, Steve would ensconce Mike's frame in many jumpers.
iLiKETRAiNS are a post rock band which formed in Leeds, England in 2003. Their songs are composed of expansive orchestral and guitar-based sounds. They consist of David Martin (vocals, guitar), Guy Bannister (guitar, keyboards, vocals), Alistair Bowis (bass, vocals) and Simon Fogal (drums). They work on concept albums which are also optically represented on stage, by means of video projections and the band's actual image (the mournings on their arms for example).
Aesop Rock (born Ian Bavitz on June 5, 1976) is an alternative hip hop artist/producer from Northport, New York, United States. He has released six albums: "Music for Earthworms" (1997), "Float" (1999), "Labor Days" (2001), "Bazooka Tooth" (2003), "None Shall Pass" (2007 ) and "Skelethon" (2012). He is also a member of the groups Hail Mary Mallon, The Weathermen and Two of Every Animal.
Hacia Dos Veranos is an instrumental band from Buenos Aires (Argentina) influenced by Felt, The Clientele, Do Make Say Think, modal jazz and music from 1930 and 1940's Merrie Melodies cartoons. Their sound has been described as "post rock twee".
Hacia Dos Veranos' debut EP is a three part classico-rock symphony about dreaming called "Fragmentos de una tarde somnolienta" ("Fragments of a Sleepy Afternoon").
Red Kyte are a four piece alternative rock/pop band based in Brighton.
There are multiple artists tracked as "LANDS" on last.fm. 3. Melodic hardcore from United Kingdom 1. LANDS is a special unit made up of ??? (Jin Akanishi; former co-lead vocalist of KAT-TUN) and ???? (Takeshi Kobayashi), a producer known for his work with Mr.Children, My Little Lover and other well-known contemporary pop/rock acts in the Japanese music industry, in promotion of the film "BANDAGE" which Kobayashi directed and Akanishi starred in.