Awoken began in 2003 playing heavy and fast hardcore. Working non-stop, with determination and a consistantly positive attitude, constant shows across the UK, a debut MCD on Let It Burn Records and 2 tours across Europe; including a 5 week - 30 show tour sharing the stage with Hoods, saw Awoken make their mark on European hardcore. Throughout several line up changes and a real sense of growth, powerful, cleverly structured anthems laced with groove and a sense of brutality remained the foundation of Awoken's sound.
Charlie-Vocals And Bass
Benjamin-Dums and Vocals Lovley lads from Thanet.
Hardcore Punk from Maidstone, Kent NOT LONDON despite what Mike Davies and their MySpace page might say.
Gabrielle Aplin is a singer from Wiltshire, UK. She was born in Bath, Somerset, and attends the same school that is known for nursing the talents of Jamie Cullum. Her influences are Damien Rice, Jamie Cullum, James Morrison, Matt Corby and many others.
Black Shapes are a thrashy Hardcore band from Kent made up of Gareth Evans (vocals), Jon Goldthorpe (guitar), Mike Ager (bass) and Rich Wooding (drums). The band's first release, a 5 track EP is available for free digital download here:
www.facebook.com/blackshapes Download the new song 'Let Valhalla Burn' here :
JohnXMcClane is a 4 piece powerviolence outfit from the dark underbely of South East UK. Their debut EP has worked its way around the internet, as the band have worked their way around the country like a plague. Following the EP, the band has since released a video for the final song 'Maggot', which can be viewed on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1YUd7vEvo8. Keep your eyes peeled for JXM to hit your hometown soon. http://www.facebook.com/jxmpv
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.