The Mars Patrol is Davina Divine, Ross Nelson, Stephen Parker & Matt Evans from Edinburgh, Scotland. You may have seen them recently sharing the stage alongside such artists as KT Tunstall, Kula Shaker, The Feeling, Rooster & Hanson to name a few. A busy gigging schedule, partnered with a strong internet presence has contributed to the rise and rise of The Mars Patrol. The band now has a worldwide following, including fansites in the UK, Japan, Europe and America, and this following is set to grow due to the recent release of, Making Memories.
The biography right from their official homepage www.wearejohnwean.com/about: John Wean are four Scottish lads who write songs about love, life and their biggest interest
The A Forest formed in Dundee, UK in 2003. Between them, Cat Lee-Marr, Chris Lee-Marr, Eilidh Glynn, Ewan Morrison, George Burton and Michael Lambert play bass guitar, cello, drums, electric and acoustic guitars, synthesizer and voice. During their most active period, the band played shows accross Scotland with other like-minded sorts such as the Zephyrs, De Rosa, Copy Haho, Viking Moses, Misty’s Big Adventure, Mountain Men Anonymous and the Cranebuilders. They also organised a fringe event for BBC Radio 1’s One Big Weekend in Dundee and played the 2007 Fence Homegame.
Our Lunar Activities are Charles Clark (vocals/guitarist), James Reeves (bassist/vocals), Kevin Clark (drummer) and Derek Healey (guitarist).
They were formed in the spring of 2005 in Glasgow. The band creates a sound inspired by post grunge & lo-fi bands such as Pavement,Guided by voices,Sugar and Husker Du.
In 2007 they played as the support of +44 in their European Tour in Belgium and Germany.
Until We're Winning is a four piece Edinburgh based Indie/Pop-Rock band, who in the short time they've been together have already began to make an impact in the Scottish music scene. Starting off their careers known as Skyline, the band played a very successful set in the Glasgow O2 Academy, before getting a slot supporting 'The Heretics' at the Glasgow Oran Mor. Having only been together since October 2011, Until We're Winning have been moving at a breakneck pace, already having recorded a three track single to be released in Autumn 2012 and a Live E.P, featuring four tracks.
Broken Oath formed in Glasgow/Scotland (UK) in 2001, after several minor lineup changes their first demo was self released. Limited to 300 copies this sold out fast! More lineup changes followed as well as extensive touring of the UK. The now settled lineup released a split CD (What lies ahead) with Peterborough band Eviscerate AD. The release of this CD on Unity Worldwide Recordings saw the band hit mainland Europe for the first time.
a pop band from Edinburgh, who specialise in going around your living room with a dictaphone, and hoovering up all the dirty noise. They literally 'find' sounds from everyday surroundings, and make incredibly addictive and arresting pop-grooves around them. They'll make you shuffle awkwardly, with a big smile on your face.
We See Lights is a musical collective usually based in Edinburgh but which may appear anywhere at any time. We See Lights has released two EPs, We See Lights (2008) and Snow In The Sand And Sky (2009), and one LP, Ghosts & Monsters (2010). We See Lights has played alongside and admired Ra Ra Riot, Eugenne McGuiness, Plants & Animals, Frightened Rabbit, Coast, Iain Archer and We Were Promised Jet Packs. You can follow We See Lights on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/weseelights
"The Anteaters" are a five piece ensemble formed by members of the original Penguin Cafe Orchestra. They are: Geoffrey Richardson, who played with the PCO from 1976 onwards, on viola, cuatro, clarinet and ukulele; Jennifer Maidman, with the PCO from 1984 on, plays guitar, ukulele and bass; Steve Fletcher, a member since 1988, on piano, keyboards and cuatro; Annie Whitehead, who first appeared on the album 'Broadcasting From Home' in 1984 and joined the live ensemble in 1988...