Trash Monroe are an unsigned band from Essex, UK. Their style of music can be described as melodic, gothic rock.
There are two bands called The Embers: an American beach music band and a country rock band from Sussex in England. 1. The Embers are a popular beach music band that were popular during the 70's and 80's. They sang the famous "I Love Beach Music". The Embers have been Playing beach music around the Carolinas since 1958. The Band was formed by drummer and band leader Bobby Tomlinson. There first nation wide song was " Far Away Places" in 1969 on the MGM label.
There is more than one artist called Maitreya. They are listed below in order of popularity (judged by long term listened tracks and Top Listeners on Last.fm). 1) UK ambient and space music artist Maitreya (aka Simon Lomax) is a producer of electronic ambient space music who, through his unique and involving music expresses a personal global intuition. His work possesses an unparalleled sense of sonic depth and universal scale whilst exhibiting a remarkably lucid grasp of texture.
Many artists share this name.
most known are:
1) Moby's Old Alias
2) Nickname of Jennifer Lopez
SK123 is a UK-based ambient, electronica and techno artist who began his musical career in the summer of 2000. Taking inspiration from releases on Ninja Tune, Rephlex and Warp records, SK123 released a large number of experimental EPs and short albums between 2002 and 2005. The following year he was able to produce two full-length albums (River Monkey and Zeolites) and two EPs, and in 2007 he released Soundwave to an appreciative online fanbase.
These Kings (formerly known as Lakota Elk) are an English alternative rock band from Wednesbury, West Midlands. "Home", the first single from the band's upcoming debut EP "Smile.Wave.Repeat." is available as a free download from their BandCamp page, along with the b-side "There's a Light in that Pile of Snow". Twitter - @These_Kings
BandCamp - TheseKings
SoundCloud - These Kings
YouTube - These KingsMusic Members:
Alex Benson (Guitar)
Liam Dunn (Guitar, Vocals)
Red.Was.Here was formed in January 2008 in Bexhill on Sea in the sunny county of East Sussex. The original line-up was Benji Clifford, Tony Mears, Tristan Hemsworth & Will Wilkinson. The band has been gigging around the area and released their first album in May called, "The Beat Carries On". The band now consist of these fellows: Benji Clifford - Vocals, Lyrics & Buff
Tony Mears - Guitar, Slice & Wah
Will Wilkinson - Drums, Synth & Booms
Mark Hampson - Bass & Fuzz
"tipped for the top by the people in the know (thats us by the way)" - Tourdates, issue 52 'fantastically amazing' - The Justin Wayne Radio Show (www.TheJustinWayneShow.com) - issue 61 - 27th Sept, 2009 We are a 2-piece from London. We like mixing live guitars and drums with loops and samples. We like big riffs... We like beats... We like blues... We like to play loud and mix it together... A 2-piece rock'n'roll band that sound like The White Stripes playing with LCD Soundsystem and Holy Fuck.