Jaimeson, real name Jamie Williams, is a drum and bass and garage producer and MC best known for a string of hits in 2003 and 2004. Jaimeson emerged in the underground music scene, breaking through in January 2003 with the release of “True”, a dance track featuring vocalist Angel Blu and a rap by Jaimeson, which peaked at #4 in the UK Singles Chart. This was then followed up by “Complete” - which also peaked at #4 in August 2003 - and “Take Control” in February 2004, which peaked at #16. Jaimeson also ran his own record label, in addition to dealing with his own promotion.
There are at least 7 bands called The Models The Models
1. One is a girl group from the 1960s, who relased a cover of "Bend Me, Shape Me" in 1966 2. The Models are Canadian group formed 1975. 3. The Models (credited also as Models) was a short-lived punk band formed in Harrow, London, England. It consisted in Cliff Fox on vocals and guitar, Marco Pirroni on guitar, Mick Allen on bass and Terry Day on drums.
The Horrors from Cedar Rapids, Iowa formed in the early 00's. They are a bass-less trio Garage Rock Revival band that exhibit a droned out punk inundated with reverb and distortion. They let out a self titled album in 2000 on In the Red Records.
Dave Sharp is the former lead guitarist and vocalist of the Welsh band The Alarm.
There are, at least, two artists named The Ettes: 1) A Los Angeles band (formed 2004), influenced by early punk, beat bands & country music. http://theEttes.com 2) A three-piece all-girl punk band from Edinburgh, Scotland, formed in April 1979. They played eleven gigs, supporting Another Pretty Face, The Visitors, Shake and The Exploited, and also recorded a five track demo for Fast Product. They played their final gig on 22nd September 1979.
Bristol-based 3-piece comprising Tim Hurford, Luke Barter and Matt Bane, playing their own brand of cosmic psychedelia. '60's garage...somewhere between The Sonics and The Beach Boys' - Gimme Shelter. 'Garage is all about those individual two-and-a-half minute wonders and TP have them aplenty' - Venue Magazine. EP released on itunes in october. ‘Hello Hello’ is a psych-tinged, tongue-in-cheek Surf-Pop ditty and a mighty catchy little number, whilst the truly mentally ill ‘Silver Star’ features the definitely not mentally ill Katey Brooks as guest-vocalist.
The UV Race is a fantastic group of mongoloids from Melbourne, Australia that play memorable punk music. Boasting members of Eddy Current Suppression Ring and Straightjacket Nation
The name Artifact is currently used by two bands and one jazz quartet, and an electronic musician: 1) Ken Vandermark - reeds
Johannes Bauer - trombone
Thomas Lehn - analogue synthesizer
Paal Nilssen-Love - drums 2) Artifact is a industrial/goth metal band from the city of Stavanger on the west coast of Norway, formed in late 2002. After a rough start and a l series of line-up changes, the band settled on their line-up in late 2004 when vocalist Tor Arne Fassotte of Unpure and This Negative Karma joined the band.
Shoogar are a boozed up desert rock’n’roll trio that based in Dundee. Featuring Chilton Fawcett on drums and lead vocals, Gavin Rose on guitar and vocals and recent addition Neill Beattie on bass, they bring a gutsy sound that is guaranteed to get you grooving. You can catch Shoogar playing throughout venues across Scotland. For more info visit - www.facebook.com/Shoogarmusicuk and for releases - http://shoogar.bandcamp.com/