There are three artists named Hooky: 1) Hooky is a punk pop band from Seattle, Washington. One of its members is Erica Freas, who has been in other bands such as RVIVR & Glue!. 2) Hooky is a Japanese punk hardcore band. 3) Hooky is a Dubstep/Electro musician from London, England. Hooky's Dubstep on Youtube
You Me At Six are a 5-piece pop/pop punk band from Weybridge, Surrey who formed in 2005. The five piece played locally until early 2007 when spring support slots with Saosin at Leeds Cockpit (03.05.07) and later Paramore at the Colchester Arts Centre (10.06.07) saw them attract media attention from the likes of Kerrang, Musicscoop and NME. In July 2007 they supported Tonight Is Goodbye on their summer tour along with Death Can Dance and then later that month were featured in Kerrang magazine in their new music section.
Jonas Brothers are an American pop band. Hailing from New Jersey, the band consists of three brothers: Kevin Jonas, Joe Jonas and Nick Jonas.
Formed in January 2007 in a rundown industrial estate on the outskirts of Cardiff, Wales, Attack! Attack! UK have already made an big impact on the UK music scene in just a few short months. The band features ex members of Welsh bands Dopamine, Adequate Seven, Midasuno and Pete’s Sake. These bands have toured countries all around the world and had releases worldwide too. Says guitarist Ryan Day: “Neil and I were in a previous band together called Dopamine and we decided to start going through some ideas we both had.
“Excellent songs, with scene friendly themes such as heartbreak and making it on your own. Fans of Taking Back Sunday and early Brand New will love it”. Big Cheese
“Stirring Punk Debut from UK Upstarts….. there’s an impressively clever set of song structuring and dynamics on display on this, their debut album”. Kerrang!
“The Fallout Theory are kind enough to offersome equally excellent tunes along the way, not least the hope-springs-eternal shimmer of 'Right Now It's Our Time' and the pretty core confessions of 'Sleep Without Answers'.
Eight artists go by the name Wax:
1. An American creative/experimental Hip Hop/Rap/Acoustic artist.
2. A pop group active in between 1985 and 1988 consisting of American singer-songwriter Andrew Gold and British singer Graham Gouldman of 10cc fame.
3. An American Pop Punk band known for the 1995 song California
4. A female South Korean singer active in the 2000s (see: 왁스)
5. An alias of Dutch dance producer Robert Meijer
6. A short lived Swedish punk band active in the early 1980s
7. A Japanese rapper from the group SD JUNKSTA
Wolves at Heart are a 4 piece pop punk meets hardcore band, who take influence from bands such as New Found Glory, Fireworks and Four Year Strong. Formed in 2008 and gigging through 2009 supporting various bands and embarking on a mini tour themselves they have established themselves in the unsigned Glasgow music scene. Their newest EP "Be Your Own Best Friend" is available from www.wolvesatheart.bandcamp.com
Next generation DIY artist, not the pop punk Princess but the pop rock Queen. Linda Harrison is a performer, a singer-songwriter and a multi-instrumentalist. She's the girl that released her debut album and left her Edinburgh home to follow her dreams in London at just 16. With an album already under her belt, Linda immediately immersed herself into working her band, song writing, live shows, and recording.
The Swellers are a punk quartet from Fenton, Michigan, formed in 2002. Their music is fast and melodic, drawing heavy influences from 1990s skate punk. The current lineup consists of Nick Diener (guitar & lead vocals), Jonathan Diener (drums & backing vocals), Ryan Collins (guitar) and Anto Boros (bass). They are signed to Fueled By Ramen. The band played on the Vans Warped Tour in 2005 and had a short tour in Japan following the Japanese release of The Beginning of the End Again.
Beauty School Dropout were a pop punk band from Glasgow formed in 1995. During their 6 years together the band toured the UK several times, appeared on various compilations and released a full length album entitled "Teasing the Fat Kids". Before they Split in 2001, 5 new songs were recorded which were to remain shelved for the next 2 years before being released as part of the Boss Tuneage Instant Singles vol 2 CD. Fast forward to the end of 2009 and a brief re-union involving 2.5 rehearsals and a single day in the Studio resulted in 3 new songs being recorded.