The Modern were an electropop outfit from london, uk, most famous for Jane Falls Down. Chi Tudor-Hart and Nathan Cooper were all in Dirty Blonde beforehand. Emma Cooke, Robert James, and Bob Malkowski were also members of The Modern.
Chi Tudor-Hart, Nathan Cooper, and Emma Cooke later formed Matinée Club. Bob Malkowski joined Inertia, Circus of Horrors and Mayhem Deranged. As of November 2008, the members of Matinee Club decided to reform the Modern with the inclusion of Rees Bridges on drums.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1 - A canadian psychobilly/punk band from Montreal.
http://www.myspace.com/thebrains 2 - A band from Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
http://www.myspace.com/givemethebrains 3 - An Atlanta-based new wave band who released two albums in the early 80's.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Brains 4 - An alternative/indie rock band from Manchester, UK.
Ash Wednesday is an Australian musician, who played in JAB, The Models and Einstürzende Neubauten. Wednesday formed an Australian punk rock band in Adelaide in January 1976. The band's original lineup consisted of Bohdan X (Bodhan Kubiakowski) on guitar and vocals, Wednesday playing bass guitar, synthesizer and tapes, and Johnny Crash (Janis Friedenfelds) on drums and vocals. The band took its name from the first initials of the founding members. The band relocated to Melbourne in August 1977.
Lætitia Sadier (born 6 May 1968, sometimes known as Seaya Sadier, or "The Shah") is a French musician best-known as the singer of the post-rock band Stereolab. Sadier was working as a nanny when she met McCarthy leader Tim Gane at a gig in Paris during the late 1980s. Sadier was disillusioned with the rock scene in France, and soon moved to London to be with Gane and to pursue her career. She had contributed vocals to McCarthy's third and final album.
Bryan Ferry (born 26 September 1945 in Washington, Tyne and Wear) is a British singer, musician and songwriter, famed for his suave visual and vocal style, who came to public prominence in the 1970s as lead vocalist with Roxy Music. He is also noted for his alternative highly successful solo career.
Speed the Plough began as the Trypes, a little-known but continuing band at one point joined by three Feelies (Glenn Mercer, Stan Demeski and Bill Million) on hiatus. Together with John Baumgartner (keyboards), Marc Francia (guitar), Toni Paruta (woodwinds) and Brenda Sauter (bass), they made The Explorers Hold, a placid and introspective 1984 EP. When the Feelies left (taking Sauter with them) to reactivate their band, the remaining threesome recruited new members and became Speed the Plough.
Peel recognised it. So did Fluff. In 1979 The Transmitters were several decades and decibels ahead of even the most hardened post punk rocker. Now we’ve had our urban ears syringed by the likes of Franz Ferdinand and The Killers, we can all slip as comfortably into The Transmitters new compilation album, “I fear no one”, as if it was a comfy old pair of slippers. Only a lot louder. “Ah transmit me baby” moaned an ecstatic John Peel in 1979 as the final bar crashed to a close on the first of the two full-throttle Peel Sessions the band were invited to record.
Dip is the name for six different bands. 1.) An alternative rock band from Japan that formed in 1991. (dip with a lower case d)
2.) A Japanese visual kei band that formed in 2005 (dip with a lower case d)
3.) A power pop band from the United Kingdom.
4.) A D.I.Y. psychedelic and progressive indie band from South Florida, 1996-2000.
5.) Experimental drum and sample group from Reykjavík,Iceland.(Jónsi from Sigur Rós sings in one song
'Skyscraper Heart' calling himself Frakkur)