Strange Talk is an indie synth-pop Melbourne band that formed in February 2010. The band has been writing an EP over 2010 and plans an official release later in the year. The band's sound has been heavily compared to Phoenix, Passion Pit and Cut Copy. In March 2011 it was anounced that their EP 'Strange Talk' will be released through Neon Gold / Sony on April 12, 2011
Dragonette are a part-Canadian part-British electropop music band. They are currently signed to Mercury UK. They originally formed in Toronto, Canada in 2005. The band is made up of Canadian singer Martina Sorbara, her husband Dan Kurtz, a brazilian that has lived in Canada since he was 4 years old, Joel Stouffer and Will Stapleton (who replaced original guitarist Simon Craig following the band's move to London).
Sex Gang Children is an early gothic rock group that formed in the early 1980s in Britain. They were a very dramatic band, relying on heavy bass, tribal drumming, sudden mood shifts, a woozy cabaret ready sound that influenced the rise of the later dark cabaret scene, and yet another in a long line of goth singers with an odd, highly dramatic voice. Although the group only released one official album, their singles and various other tracks have been packaged into numerous collections, and they remain one of the better known bands out of the early goth scene.
Alternative / Indie Pop from Chicago
"There is a guarentee that you can dance, prance, hop, frolic and even break it down while listening to Through The Glass."
Lady Miss Kier was the lead singer for the dance and electronica band Deee-Lite. Her vocals were featured on the band's albums, beginning with their first release World Clique in 1990, which includes "Groove Is In The Heart". In 1986 in Williamsburg , New York City, Kirby formed Deee-Lite, and wrote and produced their songs with bandmate Dmitry Brill, known as Super Dj Dmitri. Their amorous breakup ended the group.. Kier's sultry, funny , and soulful voice was heard on Deee-Lite's albums until the group disbanded in 1995.
A common interest in great music brought these two electric souls together. Rebecca Scheja and Fiona Fitzpatick not only rule the Stockholm club scene
The Blow is Khaela Maricich, from Portland, Oregon. The band was a duo until Jona Bechtolt left to pursue his own project, Yacht, full time. The two had been working together as The Blow since 2004, when they recorded a limited edition EP called Poor Aim: Love Songs.
"Blow" is also the name of a Melbourne-based jazz group which Last.fm automatically scrobbles as "The Blow".