There has been more than one artist to use the name Sleepless. 1.Sleepless is a Dark Progressive Metal band from Israel, they released Winds Blow Higher in 2001 and now they are split-up. 2.Sleepless is from Tucson, Arizona, formed in 2009. 3.A hungarian deathcore band from Székesfehérvár. 4.Sleepless were originally known under the German name Die Schlaflosen. Formed in 1982 when guitarist Arch Stanton met up with Singers Cloudia Wintermute & Lucretia, and bassist Roland Hammerl. They immediatly found they had an amazing chemistry together and improvasation was the key to their sound.
Post punk from Barcelona, with integrants from Jauria, Infame, Drömdead, Los Dolares, Etacarinae, Alert alert!, Miraz… "Melodic post-punk with an fuck-you attitude. Think of the early Polish post-punk depression, but with danceable touch"
The Chapman Family are a group of four miserable northerners from Teesside, England and have been playing together since May 2006 – Kingsley Chapman (vocals/guitar), Pop Chapman (bass), Paul Chapman (guitar), and Phil Chapman (drums). They decided to create their own brand of intensely dark and noisy indie as they were tired of being bored and uninspired by the same old bands week in, week out. They are as much inspired by folk as hardcore punk and their occasionally chaotic gigs can change from euphoric to the apocalypse in an instant.
Three artists go by the name BFG. BFG is the abbrevation for the russian skinhead band Bound for Glory. BFG is also a DJ from upstate New York whose funky, eclectic approach to beats and blends led to 2007's seamless "Medium Pimpin" mixtape, a full-length mashup of old-school and contemporary dance music. Trained at NYC's Scratch Academy, BFG learned to mix in order to perfect the mixtapes he obsessively made for friends and family. He currently spins in the Albany area and records at Guano Cellar Studios in Schenectady, still trying to perfect the art of the mixtape.
Four piece from Brisbane, Australia with shoegaze, garage, post-punk, electronic and dub influences. Formed in 2011 by Danny Venzin and Chris Campion and later joined by Michael Whitney on bass and Liza Harvey on drums, they were one of the first releases on Australian experimental pop label Lost Race Records.
Siiiii were born in early 1983 when singer Paul, then only 19, moved from his native East Anglia to Sheffield purely to be in the band, joining guitarist Mark, and bassist Ange. Taking their name from William Burroughs' "The Soft Machine" they gigged extensively during the early to mid 1980's and possibly hold the record for the amount of times they were nearly signed to record labels. Siiiii disbanded in 1986 and the members went their separate ways. Mark went on to play with the Anti-Group and Paul became involved in The Niceville Tampa (now Niceville) and then DVO in South Wales.
The Homosexuals were an influential British punk band formed in 1977 as Rejects by Bruno McQuillan, Anton Hayman, and Jim Welton (who has also gone by the names L. Voag, Amos, and Xentos). Their angular guitars, complex melodies, and experimental leanings distanced them somewhat from the punk rock being created by their contemporaries and made them a definite precursor to post-punk. They released very little during their lifetime, and most of what they did release was on small run vinyl on obscure record labels.
There is more than one artist with this name. Here they are described in order of popularity on Last.fm. 1) Guernica (ゲルニカ), presumably named after the famous painting Guernica by Pablo Picasso, this Japanese trio from the 1980s specializes in avant-garde music in a retro 1920's and 30's cabaret style. Their early recordings are primarily electronic (using synthesizers instead of traditional acoustic instruments) but their later works are performed by a live orchestra.