As always, there seems to be more than one group with a name like this 1)The Rivals were a UK punk band from Ramsgate, in existence from 1976-1981. Originally formed by childhood friends Mark Edwards (guitar, vocals) and Paul Leinster (bass, vocals), they soon added Mark Hebden (drums). The most well known lineup for the band, and the one that produced the vast majority of music that you can find from them, came about when Hebden left the band, to be replaced by Paul Daley on drums.
A UK based Progressive Pop/Rock band with influences ranging from Yes and Genesis, through Tool and back out to The Red Hot Chili Peppers and Dave Matthews Band. They have just unleashed their first album, ‘Grafting Lines and Spreading Rumours’ on an unsuspecting public… Recorded at their own Tree house Studio, the album is the result of two years worth of writing, in between rehearsing and playing shows across the whole of the country, at venues ranging from open-air festivals in Shropshire, Plymouth and even Glastonbury...
Herman's Hermits was an internationally successful 60s British rock band, from Manchester, England, formed in 1963. Part of the British Invasion, their trademark simple, non-threatening, clean-cut "boys next door" image made them easier to listen to and more accessible than other British Invasion bands. Their first hit, "I'm Into Something Good", was produced by Mickie Most, reaching #1 in the UK (1963) and #13 in the US (1964). Other hits followed such as "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter" (1965) and "I'm Henry VIII, I Am".
Emit is a British ambient/black noise band consisting of four members, a guitarist/vocalist, two percussionists and another vocalist. The band formed from the remnants of a short-lived black metal band of 1998 called Ante Cryst. They continued from there, playing experimental black metal/noise (black noise) and gaining some notoriety in the underground scene (as other black noise like Nebiros and Stalaggh popped up, and labels like Todestrieb and Autumn Winds began representing them). After 10 years, Emit is moving onto a new phase.
Born Joseph Junior Adenuga, Skepta is a British grime Mc, producer and DJ commonly associated with the North London grime scene. Has proved himself to be one of the smarter and more diligent entrepreneurs in the UK Music industry. He began his career as DJ Off key although he soon took his hand to the production side of music where he received much attention for 'DTI'. That wasn't enough for Skepta as he soon jumped on the microphone along with his brother JME (Jamie Adenuga) and became renowned throughout Greater London for his hit single (he also produced)...
Formed in 2006, with a reputation for perfecting three-way harmonies, Over And Out are a punk-pop four-piece from London, UK. Band members include Sammy C (Drums, Percussion), Kyle (Guitar, Vocals), Rossco (Guitar, Vocals) and Sam (Bass, Vocals). Find out more on their official site: http://www.overandoutmusic.com or the band's MySpace profile: http://www.myspace.com/overandoutmusic
There are two artists named Kaleidophone. Kaleidophone (UK band) are a rock band from Maidstone, Kent, UK, comprising Mark Wells (vocals, guitars), Al Holland (guitars, vocals), James Holland (bass) and Mark Thompson (drums). They have released two singles "Fat Cats" and "Mr Palava", the latter of which received airplay on BBC Radio Five Live, BBC Radio Kent and Cross Rhythms through the summer of 2010. The other Kaleidophone does not have a description.