"Shhh, dont tell 'em..lets keep this within Our Fold" A group from within a group, Our Fold came together through a shared love of good music, and the lack of it within the small town of Westhoughton. This drew them together socially, and from these times of indulgence the foundations of some of their bigger songs were laid. It was in the Spring of 2005 a conscious decision was then made to form a solid 4 piece Al guitarist and drummer Ryan had begun to jam together and sought the help of established vocalist/guitarist Damien.
"Tell No Lies" is the new sound of Justin Adams & Juldeh Camara. The sound of a nation with no borders, a place that needs no passport, no visa. This is where the deep roots of African music nourish the raw electric groove of rock and roll, where Gnawa spirit rhythms come up against Chicago distortion, where snaky N'awlins rhythm has a West London howl, and a Sahel Wail.
Juldeh Camara is an African Master Musician, taught to play by his blind father, who himself was taught directly by the djinn.
All girl 4 piece from London,UK. Members are:
Kim E. Leon – vox, guitar, synth
M'Alice – vox, bass
Emma – guitar
Linza – drums Emma is a new member from the starting line up. (following description taken from their website: www.thementalists.co.uk) The band, Kim E Leon, M'Alice, Emma, and Linza are influenced by bands such as MGMT, Jimi Hendrix Experience, Flaming Lips, and The Beatles.
Beggars was a mid-90s band from the US that had members who would later become founders of Better Than Ezra and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. Their debut albut, self-titled, was produced by Michael Been (of The Call) and released in 1996. The band dissolved soon afterwards. Another, later, Beggars (prev. A Beggar's Opera) are a four piece band from Reading, UK featuring frontmen and brothers Justin and James Girdler along with Daniel Webb and Daniel Stargatt.
International DJ Tom Gandey aka Cagedbaby has many guises but is most known for his seminal 2006 Album ‘Will See You Now’ released on Southern Fried Records. This was Post punk disco Psychedelia at its finest, sexy avant-garde synth pop with slickly produced love songs that popped out the speaker with a martini in its hand. Like Neil Tennant on Acid Cagedbaby’s Bowie tinged vocals echo Hutchence in his prime & Prince’s funk meeting Becks humour in a back alley fistfight in Downtown 80’s New York whilst Psycho killer hums out of the boom box.
There are at least two bands called Audioporn. In the UK Audioporn are Adrien Munden, Che Albrighton, Pete Coombs and Lucy Underhill (Lucy replaced Simon Abott in 2004). They have release two albums: Tank (2003) and A Message From Our Sponsors (2007). And are currently working on their 3rd album and testing new material at gigs this summer. Lucy and Che are also members of Lynch Rider Lulu. www.audioporn.co.uk
www.myspace.com/audiopornmusic Audioporn Fan site Audioporned:
21st Century blues man, who reaches back to the old traditions but also has a punk sensibility, and a gravelly, soulful voice. Superb live, and famous for his 3 string Trance Wonder guitar (though he does play 6-string more often, and a one-string diddley bow) He has played with everyone from Lightnin' Hopkins and John Lee Hooker to Modest Mouse and the Fat Possum dudes. He was the star of the New Year's Eve 2007 Jools Holland Hootenanny on BBC TV, and has been taking festivals by storm this summer.
The She Creatures are here, their mission: to take over your planet! Comin' at you with their highly infectious rockin' tunes, they will meld your minds and blast you with their deadly love ray!
Inspired by radio waves from 1960's Earth which reached Venus last year, they took garage, pop, soul and rock'n'roll and transformed it with their interplanetary energy into sounds that no human can resist.