Singer/songwriter Derek Archambault is no stranger to the spotlight; he has spent the last 4 years on tour with progressive hardcore/punk band Defeater, and has had a solo project called Alcoa going for even longer. After countless years of keeping Alcoa on the backburner, this project will finally have a debut full-length album see the light of day in 2012.
Mike Montali (vocals/guitars)
Jon Bonilla (guitars)
Michael Wosczyk (bass)
Mike Graves (percussion)
Dzelzs Vilks (meaning 'Iron Wolf') is a four-piece rock band from Sigulda, Latvia formed in Mālpils in 1991. Originally, a death metal act, they have considerably altered their sound for each album, drifting within a wide range of styles such as alternative, rock, gothic, industrial, synth pop, darkwave and folk. Over years Dzelzs Vilks have claimed most of the highest chart positions and relevant awards in the Latvian music scene, as well as collaborated with a number of other local musicians, performance theatres, and even sports teams.
Brian was born November 12, 1943, in Brooklyn/Queens, New York City, where his first musical experience ranged from church choir at nine, to clarinet and guitar, to his first local harmony group, the Delfis. In 1959, they cut a demo record and made the rounds of New York City record labels. Finally, with much persistence, after many closed doors, Brian was signed as a solo artist to a management contract, where he cut demos for band leader Sammy Kaye's publishing company. Kapp Records heard a demo and signed Brian at age 16.
Weddings Parties Anything, often known as WPA and Weddoes, is an Australian folk rock band formed by Mick Thomas in Melbourne in 1985 and continuing until 1998. Their name came from a Clash song ("Revolution Rock") and musicologist Billy Pinnell described their first album as the best Australian rock debut since Skyhooks' Living in the '70s. WPA initially gained a reputation as a hot new band through their constant touring in their early days, however they never really became a commercial success.
1.Max George, Jonny Lloyd, Andy Brown, Scott Clarke and Ross Candy make up the boyband Avenue. The group first auditioned for Britain's popular TV talent competition 'The X Factor' back in 2006. The group made it to judge Louis Walsh's final 4 but the band were ejected from the show for concealing they had a management deal and were then replaced by boyband Eton Road. Now the band are releasing their first single 'Last Goodbye' which is to be released 8 September (download from 1 September).
Ayre Point are a five piece indie rock band from Bristol, UK. Three members (frontman Dan Morgan, Tom McAndrew and Ian Pring) met at university in Bristol. After picking up guitarist Billy Smith, they started performing as four piece, until vocalist/pianist Richard Wilks joined in 2011, since which the band have been performing live. Their debut EP, "Finding Footprints" was released on November 11, 2012 followed by a UK Tour in December 2012.
Kaikoura are a five piece Post-Hardcore band, formed in the North-East of England in November 2005. The band have worked continuously, playing shows up and down the country with such established acts as Humanzi, Battle, Hidden In Plain View, Keiko and Xtra mile act Adzuki, contributing their own brand of charisma to explosive live shows. The band are currently writing and recording songs for their up-and-coming E.P as well as looking forward to a line of merchandise and clothing.
Anthony Crawford, born May 5, 1957, in Birmingham, Alabama was a "star" in the hospital nursery where he was tagged "Pistol Pete" by the nurses, and has been known by his parents as Pete ever since. His musical talent began to bud at age five when asking for a twelve string guitar. His little hands were too small to fit around the neck and the guitar was later replaced. He had a natural yearning to pursue music and will tell you that he was/is influenced by everything really.
There are two bands known as The Remnants: 1) The Remnants USA, are tunesmiths. They swing from new school rockabilly, to Jangly Pop to Deep South/Blues/Funk/Rock. A lot of bristling energy comes sloshing off their records and their live shows. Plus the lead singer/songwriter (Tom Boynton) writes a fairly hilarious blog on their website: www.myspace.com/theremnantsmd or www.theremnants.com Worth a gander. 2) Three Bristolians playing Pop Punk in the vein of Green Day and the Descendants