There Are Ghosts are a rock band from Peterborough, UK. Formed in 2012, they feature ex-members of Double Handsome Dragons (James Mitchell, Phil Mitchell), The Hendo-san Project, Mend This Tear (Jason Gearing) and Frisco Farr, Aotea (Shaun Crerand). The band mixes elements of post-rock and screamo to make a cinematic, layered and intense soundscape. The band shun professional recording studios, instead using the talents of drummer James Mitchell to record all their songs.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Indie band Sophia includes The Flower Shop Recordings mainman and former The God Machine singer/guitarist Robin Proper-Sheppard. After the sudden and tragic death of schoolfriend and God Machine bassist Jimmy Fernandez, Proper-Sheppard began searching for a new musical outlet. Together with friends and fellow musicians from other Flower Shop bands Elevate, Ligament and Oil Seed Rape, Proper-Sheppard began working on the music that would become known as Sophia.
Violinist Warren Ellis, guitarist Mick Turner, and drummer Jim White are The Dirty Three - an instrumental trio considered one of the most prestigious Australian acts on the international music scene. Their music has been called lyrical, passionate, original, inspiring, and has earned them admiration and renown the world over. Forged from a need to pay the rent in 1993 in Melbourne, Australia, in their beginnings the trio often played residences at some of Melbourne's smaller pubs.
Collarbones is a long distance collaboration between Adelaide’s Travis Cook and Sydney’s Marcus Whale, beginning in 2007. The ‘Waiting for the Ghosts’ EP was released in June 2009. 'Tiger Beats', a covers and remixes mixtape was released in January 2011 on bandcamp. Debut album 'Iconography' was released in March 2011 on Two Bright Lakes.
Stearica is a three-piece post-rock band from Turin, Italy formed in year 1997. Their music combines visionary musical landscapes with aggressive explosions. Their deep sound has been developing during the past 10 years intense live activity also thanks to the fact that they toured with legendary independent bands like NoMeansNo, GirlsAgainstBoys, The Ex, Karate, Acid Mothers Temple, Tarentel etc.
The Low Frequency in Stereo are a post-rock group that was founded in February 2000 in a small town called Haugesund in Norway. The music is primarily instrumental. Their work has progressed beyond dogmatic post- rock to incorporate elements from prog, surf, jazz, pop and noiserock - without jeopardising the ambient guitar flow that was their trademark from the outset. They have had great success both in Norway and internationally and have played renowned festivals like Quart, Dour and South By Southwest
Circle is a name that has been used more than once. (1) a long-lasting avant rock band from Finland, (2) by the Sydney indie electro wonderkinds who were formerly known as Opanoni and The Raindrops, (3) a free jazz group of the 70s, (4) a Sydney band in the 1990s. Circle (1) Formed in 1991, Circle is the most visible and prolific name in the Finnish avant-rock underground. Having survived innumerable lineup changes, the band and its founder...