Stars of Aviation are a pop group from Brighton and London. They met in university Russian class in 1998 and started playing together in 2000. Since then, they have grown in number to eight and now feature guitars, drums, trumpet, accordion, keyboards and bassoon. Stars of Aviation have released a number of EPs and singles. Marie et l'accordeon, released on Kitchen Records in 2006, gained radio play from Huw Stephens on Radio 1 and a number of BBC 6Music shows and was described as 'a slice of escapist wonder'.
Yellow Wire is the brand new solo project of former Wire Daisies star Ol Beach. After an extended sabbatical from his former band, Ol has completed his album, secured global distribution with Universal and is now working with world famous illustrator Jimmy Turrell to get the artwork together. Lots of great things to come for this great band.... Keep close to keep up xx
Honest Ruse is a two piece Electronica / Drum & Bass / DubStep band based in Oxfordshire. It's members are both 15 and are Tim Davies (drums), and George Burrage (electronics and vocals).
Our main influences are Radiohead, Enter Shikari, Chase & Status, Pendulum, Your Demise, letlive, Muse, Netsky, NERO, and Nirvana.
Honest Ruse released their first EP The Storm on 25th August 2011 and are currently working on writing new material and playing shows as much as possible.
Myshkin has been touring non stop for over a decade, became an underground legend in her old home town of New Orleans, has released seven records, and been honored with awards and much critical praise. She has played clubs and festivals from London to Melbourne, and collects more fans worldwide with each gem of a record. A rare intelligence and dark humor inform her song writing, her voice is one in a million and she picks a mean guitar. Myshkin's Ruby Warblers are based in Portland, Oregon and include Sailor Banks on bass and Jesse Brooke on drums.
The Morrisons are from Torquay in Devon and were originally formed in 1986 by Phil and Ian who were both originally inspired to play guitar by the arrival of punk in the mid 70
The Divine Secret formed in the rock crucible that is small-town England, where you either rot slowly into middle age or form a band. However, The Divine Secret’s determination and sheer brilliance have seen them lift above the pack, topping tourdates.co.uk charts, being nominated for Best Live Act and Independent Artist at the Exposure Music Awards 2008, and getting glowing reviews from the likes of Kerrang!, Egg Magazine & Tourdates.co.uk.
Goatwhore is a blackened death metal band from the swamps of New Orleans, LA. They were formed by well known musicians from the Louisiana metal scene. They first came together in 1996/97 when Sammy Duet (former Acid Bath/Crowbar guitarist) and Zak Nolan (former drummer of Goatwhore, now replaced by Zack Simmons) jammed together as a little sideproject when Acid Bath was taking a break. They soon made some four track demos.
Tony Hall is a self-taught melodeon player form Beccles Suffolk, who has been playing since 1952 (aged 11). He has performed as a backing musician to several worthies in the folk world including:
-Maddy Prior and June Tabor's "Silly Sisters" album
-Nic Jones' "Penguin Egg"s album
-Backing people such as Shirley Collins, Peter Bellamy, Royston Wood and The Kipper Family on albums. His solo album "Field Vole Music" is considered something of a classic of English melodeon music.
There are multiple artists/bands with the name Iration: (1) Iration is a rock/reggae band originally from Hawaii but have since relocated to Santa Barbara, CA, US. In 2007, they recorded and released their first full length album "No Time for Rest" at Castaway 7 Studios in Ventura, Ca, which featured one of the last recorded performances by reggae legend Mikey Dread. Their single “Cookie Jar” reached number one in Hawaii on 93.9 DaBeat and was featured on Fuel TV’s Triple Crown of Surfing recap. Their music was also featured on MTV shows Maui Fever and Living Lahaina.