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DJ Luck & MC Neat

Luck & Neat are a London based duo composed of DJ Luck and MC Neat, creating a distinctive mix of House Music and Garage Music. They are most recognised for their 1998 release, 'A Little Bit of Luck', starting out as a promo dubplate costing a mere 50 pounds. Their debut album ('Its All Good', released 2002) has only solidified their wide following among 2 Step Garage fans. To this day they attract both underground and mainstream success.

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Glow Kit

Garage-pop or punk-powerpop? Glow Kit don’t gamble on horses – the aesthetics here are dirty, catchy and hard-hitting. In a time when the term ‘pop music’ is luckily no longer a curse word among picky music lovers, we need musicians who know how to write a good pop song. No matter what genre or style this melody relates to! In this case, the Aarhus, Denmark duo devise a blend of / / that draws on inspiration from musicians such as The Beat, Black Lips, the late Jay Reatard and others.

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The Fumes

1.) Compelling Sydney two-piece, The Fumes burst onto the scene in 2004. The Fumes deliver multi-facetted stylistic raw blues tunes mashed with healthy rock riffs and snappy beats. Steve Merry (Vocals, Guitar) spent 12 months in the U.S where he took on some mentoring from Bob Brozman and an opportunity to immerse himself with many styles of music. It helped define and develop The Fumes. The Fumes complete with the addition of Joel Battersby, who had been drumming with members of The Beautiful Girls, proceeded to churn out an 8-track demo.

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The Yeah You's

The Yeah You's are an English pop band comprising Nick Ingram (vocals, guitar) and Mike Kintish (piano, vocals). The two met in London when Ingram auditioned for a play that Kintish had written. Their debut single "15 Minutes" is due to be released on 1 June 2009 by Island Records. Its music video premiered on YouTube on 22 April 2009.

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The Ghouls

There are five artists by the name of The Ghouls. During the 1960's The Ghouls were the music of writer and producer Gary Usher, best known for his work with the Beach Boys. The Ghouls combined the 60's trends for Hot Rods and Monster movies. "Dracula's Deuce" was released in 1964 featuring Rick Burns, Chuck Girard, Joe Kelly and Richard Podolor. The Ghouls are also a street punk band no longer releasing music in Philadelphia PA. Members have gone on to form Hate and War. http://www.myspace.com/hateandwar

Read more about The Ghouls on Last.fm.

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