Maveric is a grime MC from Bow, East London. previously involved in Eskibeat, Maveric has now signed a new deal with the assistance of Tinchy Stryder. he recently appeared on Logan Sama's radio show to promote a free promotional effort entitled "Black Cloud EP", which is available for download here: http://usershare.net/vk4otxhzhi8q
Ape Up! exited the womb with a thirty of American flag Budweisers and two large pizzas
Blacktop was the first post-Gories project for Mick Collins. While similar to the legendary garage punk three-piece, Blacktop is a clear progression, in terms of musicianship and songwriting skill, for Collins and is also the beginning of his movement towards noisier material. The band's sound was fuller and more sophisticated, due in no small part to the addition of a bass line and the songwriting input of Darin Lin Wood ( Black Snakes with Richard Kern, Fireworks and '68 Comeback) and Alex Cuervo.
There are two artists who go by the name Doctor. (1) A London-based grime/UK hip-hop MC, part of the South Agents crew. (2) Canadian rock band with vocalist Danny Greaves (The Watchmen) and Rob Higgins (Change of Heart, The Royals) on bass. The duo met while Higgins was subbing in for several of The Watchmen's shows. Their album High Is As High Gets, featuring the single What Makes You Think He's Lucky was released in 2004. Currently, the band appear to be on hiatus.
There are two groups known as The Dream Syndicate: 1. The Dream Syndicate was a guitar-driven band from L.A. from 1981 to 1989, originally associated with the paisley underground music movement. While attending the University of California, Davis, Wynn and Smith played together (with future True West members Russ Tolman and Gavin Blair) in The Suspects. Moving back home to Los Angeles, Wynn recorded a single under the name 15 Minutes (as in “of fame”) as his intended farewell to music. He did not follow that course.
The Axemen is a New Zealand band formed around 1981 in protest against the South African Springbok rugby team tour of New Zealand, a tour which created great controversy, especially as was in contradiction to New Zealand’s obligations under the Gleneagles Agreement. The Axemen played in Chch Cathedral 1981 in response to the Springbok tour. They also played at the protests for homosexual law reform in 1983, with member Little Stevie McCabe being severely beaten up in the Cathedral Square, Christchurch, toilets.
There is more than one band called The Herd. 1. The Herd is a hip-hop group from suburban Sydney. They have released four full-length albums since 2001's self-titled debut. Unusually for a hip-hop outfit, The Herd's full band format permits dynamic live shows. The Herd's members include MCs Ozi Batla, Urthboy and Berzerkatron, Unkle Ho (beats), Traksewt (piano accordion, clarinet and beats), Sulo (beats and guitar), Toe-Fu (guitar), Rok Poshtya (bass) and singer Jane Tyrrell. Their songs often feature politically-oriented lyrics.
Hailing from the self-dubbed "Hollyweird," Florida, the trio Beach Day has a sound that has been heavily influenced by their surroundings. They make new music, but it is definitely old at heart. And it’s definitely sunny, but not without some murkiness. Kimmy, Natalie and Skyler met at a local show and quickly bonded over their love of 60’s Girl Groups, their dissatisfaction with their current musical endeavors and a common desire to be in a band that was purely about fun and making music without pretense.
An onslaught of infectious garage-pop
The Cannibals are a British rock band formed in 1977 by Mike Spenser. They have released seven full length albums, numerous singles, EP's, split LP's, and appeared on several compilations. The band is one of the most prominent representative of the Trash rock and Garage punk genres.