The Tamborines is a fuzz rock band, in the vein of the Velvet Underground, The Dandy Warhols
and the Jesus and Mary Chain, from London UK.
The group originally formed in Brazil around 2001, inicially as a 6 piece band infuenced by American folk rock.
They quickly disband only to return in 2005 when founding members Henrz( read "Anheez" voice/guitars) and
Lulu Grave (organ / synth / tambourines) relocated to London, found the french drummer Veronique Luis
and recorded the single WHAT TOOK YOU SO LONG/ THE GREAT DIVISION, with legend producer Brian O'shaunghnessy.
EXPO '70 was formed in Los Angeles by Justin Wright as a side-project, while he was playing guitar in Living Science Foundation (Second Nature Recordings; GSL50 Compilation). Initially, the group also included Wright's friend, PK . The pair improvised creating sounds bouncing effect-ridden instruments creating a wide range of textures and moods. EXPO '70's first recording and inception was during PK's project SXBRS recording session, resulting in one of many split releases on PKs' label.
There are three bands with the name Lowrider. 1) Emerging onto the Adelaide music scene in late 2003, the foursome met through the city's tight knit music community after playing in different bands. Brothers Paul and John Bartlett aka Papa John and Mr Cee, teamed with Scott Duncan aka Scotty D and Joe Braithwaite to form Lowrider. Their distinct sound has been developed organically drawing from very diverse influences including Donny Hathaway, Marvin Gaye, Curtis Mayfield, The Roots, Mos Def and Erykah Badu.
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Join them on Facebook. Grabbel and The Final Cut are a shoegaze / noise pop band originally active in the 1990s. They formed in their hometown Lüneburg, Germany in 1989 and consisted of band members Stefan Zachau (guitar, voice), Gernot Dornblüth (bass, voice), Sascha Kotzur (guitar, keyboard) and Christian Grabowski (drums), whose nickname “Grabbel” was an inspiration for the band’s name, obviously.
Luke Hoskins has been making this particular sort of music under the name of dRillbit since 2003.
He has appeared on numerous compilation cds and has also released 6 of his own official dRillbit releases: Facebreaks album 2005 (Noise Machine : NOISE:005),
The extreme ultra violence EP (Noise Machine : NICE : 002
The Cheap Arse Shitcore EP Or The Shit Arse Cheapcore EP(God Rekidz : GOD103)
DRILLBIT is SHITHEAD Album, 2006 (Noise Machine NOISE : 008)
Unida was an American stoner rock band that was formed after the dissolution of Kyuss and Slo Burn. The band originally consisted of John Garcia (vocals), Arthur Seay (guitar), Miguel Cancino (drums) and Dave Dinsmore (bass). Dinsmore was later replaced by Scott Reeder, who was in turn replaced by Eddie Plascencia. Paul Gray of Slipknot also played with the band as a touring bassist. In 1999, the band appeared on a split CD release with Swedish band Dozer.
J. Barreto - guitar, vocals
Zachary Veltheim - bass
Chad Voight - drums
Shoegaze/Noise Pop band from Glasgow, Scotland. Adam - Drums
Billy - Bass
Paul - Guitar/Vocals
The Hipshakes (Daniel Russell, Andrew Anderson and Bruce Sargent) make raucous, lo-fi punk in the vein of The Gories and The Oblivians. The band was formed in Bakewell, Derbyshire (hitherto most famous for its tarts) and, after receiving airplay from John Peel, released their debut, self-titled EP on Slovenly Records.