Formed in September 2008, The Red Pills are Captain Mayhem, Major Layoff, Private Parts & General Ignorance. They are currently assaulting the West Yorkshire music scene with their catchy brand of punk 'n' roll and trademark vigorous performances. Originally called The Plastic Circus, the band attempted to find a new name that would encapsulate the new band ethos that arose from the addition of two new members.
Red Line Atlantic, are Edd Thomas (lead vocals), Jack Winter (Guitar), Paul Jordan (Drums) and will ward (Bass + Synth).
Hailing from Fleet, Hampshire in the UK they formed in early 2008. They are currently in the last year of secondary school. They have currently released two singles and look to release an EP in the summer of 2008. Their current website is http://www.myspace.com/redlineatlantic
Lightning Seeds are an alternative pop band, largely the brainchild of writer, singer and guitarist Ian Broudie (born 4th August 1958 in Liverpool, England). The band currently consists of Broudie (vocals, guitar), Ali Kane (keyboards), Martyn Campbell (bass) and Simon Rogers (percussion) Broudie and Simon Rogers formed the act as the "perfect pop project", and Lightning Seeds broke through in 1989 with the psychedelic synth pop hit, "Pure", which made the U.K.
Thanks for stopping by. This is the bit where you learn about The Woo!worths. Two friends, obsessed with music and a love for making new sounds, formed the band in 2006. They compose music which has many ever-changing influences and believe experimentation is at the heart of all great Pop music. They use samplers and computers to help get the sounds out of their heads but are far from being electro-geek-knob twiddlers and their songs are mostly written on acoustic guitar.
(1) Yeti is a British rock band fronted by bass player John Hassall, formerly of The Libertines. The group's highest accomplishments include opening for Oasis.
Hassall met bassist Brendan Kersey, lead guitarist Andy Deian Jung, and guitarist Harmony Williams through mutual friends. The line-up was completed after drummer Graham Blacow joined. Hassall writes most of Yeti's songs, but Williams has also penned several, and sings lead on his own songs.
There are at least six artists named Plastic:
1. a german electro - ebm band similar to A23 in style there album black colours has been hailed by many as a masterpice
http://www.myspace.com/plasticmusicde 2.Plastic are Agnieszka Burcan (vocal, keyboards, programming) and Pawel Radziszewski (guitar, scratches, programming). Their debut album is full of various music vibes. It takes you on a journey from dance, house through electro, funk, and drum’n’bass to chillout.
Iggy Pop meets Al Gore. That's the best way to describe the unique and spirited work of Jonny Dubowsky, lead singer of the popular rock band Jonny Lives, and founder of Rock'n'Renew, a non-profit organization that educates youth about global warming and the sustainability of our planet. "I have seen the powerful effect of uniting people to make even the smallest earth-saving changes in their daily lives," Jonny Dubowsky says.
Chris Singleton is a solo artist from Dublin. Influenced by classic acts such as Bowie, The Beatles, The Stone Roses, The Who and Pink Floyd, his music is characterised by great melodies and an engaging production technique which combines traditional rock and pop instruments (guitars, organ, drums, piano) with contemporary sounds - dirty drum samples, crunchy electronica and digital effects.
We are Standard or Standard as they are known in Europe are an indie band from Guecho, Vizcaya, Spain. Their indie'tronic sound has been delighting the Spanish masses and their first album 3000v-40000w was released in the USA in July 2007 under the artist name We Are Standard as well as some European countries taking them on a tour including some international festivals like F.I.B, Eurosonic and Popkomm.
The Wonder Stuff are a band originally based in Stourbridge, in the Black Country, West Midlands, UK. The original line-up was Miles Hunt (whose uncle Bill Hunt was keyboard player with Wizzard), Malcolm Treece, Rob "The Bass Thing" Jones (d. 1993) and Martin Gilks (d. 2006). The group originated from an earlier collaboration with group members of Pop Will Eat Itself (aka PWEI), called From Eden, which had Miles Hunt on the drums.