Scottish ska band, from Fife. Awesome live shows, see them if you get the chance. http://www.myspace.com/rootsystemska
There are at least 3 bands named Majestic. First one and most popular is from Sweden which is classified as Progressive/Power/Neo-classical Metal band. The group was formed by virtuoso keyboardist Richard Andersson. There are lot of neo-classical parts in it. People who like Rising Force, Stratovarius, Symphony X should listen to this stuff. Band: Richard Andersson - keyboards
Magnus Nordh - guitars
Peter Wildoer - drums
Apollo - vocals
Martin Wezowski - bass Discography: Abstract Symphony - 1999
Klezma Villanova is a gypsy folk/punk quartet from London, England, comprised of Ryan Dunphy : Lead Vocals ~ Joé Whitney-Fish : Guitar - Vocals ~ Harrison Prescot : Drums & Dave B. Miller : Bass - Vocals. For more music, photos & gig listings go to: www.myspace.com/klezmavillanova OR www.facebook.com/klezmavillanova
Pauline Black was the lead singer with legendary 2-TONE group The Selecter and enjoyed a string of hits in the early '80'S, gaining two gold discs, to mark 100,000 sales of the albums 'TOO MUCH PRESSURE and DANCE CRAZE. The critically acclaimed album CELEBRATE THE BULLET followed. In 1982 she left The Selecter (the band split up soon after), gained her Equity card and diversified into theatre, TV and film acting, TV and radio presentation and writing.
Boo! entered the South African music scene in October 1997, with their mind-bendingly weird, though deliciously consumable sound. The band describes their music as "Monki Punk", because it breaks away from the usual combination of bass, drums and guitar, and substitutes the guitar with brass and keyboard sounds. Discography:
-Banana Flava (live) (cassette) 1998
-Pineapple Flava (aka Monki Punk or Pynaple) February 1999
-The 3 Boo!dists December 1999
Dead Kennedys are a hardcore punk/punk rock band from San Francisco, California. During the 1980s the band gained a large underground following in the international punk music scene. Their music mixed the more experimental elements of English 1970s punk with the raw energy of the 1980s American hardcore punk scene. Dead Kennedys' songs mix the deliberately shocking lyrics of punk with a satirical and sarcastic left-wing commentary on social and political issues.
Originally a 4-piece, King Cannons formed at the end of 2007 in Auckland City, New Zealand. Percussion and keys came soon after and at the beginning of 2009 after a myriad of obstacles along the way, including a short re-location to London, King Cannons relocated to Melbourne, Australia. Following the whirlwind success of their first single
Heavyball are a hard rocking indie/ska band based in London. Formed in late 2011 when Nottingham brothers Matt and Habs Salisbury and school friend Johnny Iball, began to play together. The band's sound is impertinant indie with a cheeky nod to ska. Influences include The Kingsmen, Jimmy Cliff and Fleetwood Mac. Heavyball’s first EP, Small Town Hero, recorded by producer Dave Creffield (Embrace, James), was released in June 2012 and recieved BBC airplay across the country.
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