'Garage Monsters For The Modern Era' Austrian/Italian, London Irish, Polish/Indian, Greek & French/Spanish…That’s White Man Kamikaze. A contradiction! Something that shouldn’t work on paper. This London based Quintet are a sonic explosion of discarded and re-absorbed record collections. A band determined to force its audience to leave obvious at the door and dance to the unrelenting unexpected.
The Victorian English Gentlemens Club are a three piece contemporary music group from Cardiff, Uk. They've just released their first full length album, and are currently playing a lot of gigs around the kingdom. They make a slightly cranky, bucket-like pop noise of a mildly agressive nature. They consist of two girls and one man, playing drums, bass and guitar.
the answering machine are an art rock band based in Manchester, United Kingdom. The band consists of: Martin Colclough: Vocals, Guitar
Pat Fogarty: Guitar, Backing Vocals
Gemma Evans: Bass, Backing Vocals
Ben Perry: Drums, Glockenspiel The band formed in October 2005 at the University of Manchester. Martin and Pat wrote songs together in their final year at university, and Gemma joined on bass shortly afterwards. Their first gig was at Retro Bar in Manchester on the 1st March 2006.
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Ming Ming and The Ching Chings are an alternative, post punk and rock band that both formed and are based in Glasgow, UK. There are 4 band members, 3 of whom were also in the Glasgow band Big Face. The band describes itself as sounding like "an elephant making luurrrvee to a dog". www.myspace.com/mingmingthechingchings.
The Grates are a two-piece band from Brisbane, Australia. Patience Hodgson (vocals), John Patterson (guitar) and Alana Skyring (drums) formed The Grates in 2002. The Grates have been lauded for their catchy songs and enthusiastic and energetic live show (Patience spends much of the show bouncing around, even while singing). They are frequently described as fun: "We just wanna have fun and hope other people do too." (Patience). Their sound has been compared to the Ramones, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Be Your Own Pet.
Alice Gun records in her drinks cabinet and down a Lakeland mineshaft, distilling macabre anti-folk from guitars, glockenspiel, double bass, cello, flugel horn and a lopsided upright.
She also plays cello for blues man Mr David Viner in a long-running collaboration which saw her spend last year recording with Ed Harcourt and supporting the White Stripes. An Alice Gun EP will be released on Ambiguous Records later this year.
Pull In Emergency are a north London based indie band formed in Janurary 2006 comprising of: Faith Barker (vocals), Dylan Holmes (bass + vocals), Alice Costelloe (rhythm guitar), Frankie Bowmaker (lead guitar) and Suneet Chohan (drums).