Heart Kill Giant's dreamy, acoustic ramblings and harmonious melodies, are marinated in whisky and are slow burning tales of love, neglect and regret. One night last winter, after meeting the Devil on Coldharbour Lane, they were inspired to record 12 songs, which will be released as a series of 3 EPs. “The Heart EP” is the first and also their debut release, it will be available on November 8th.
The Morning After Girls is a psychedelic pop rock band, in the vein of The Dandy Warhols, The Vines and The Brian Jonestown Massacre, from Australia. The group originally formed in Melbourne around 2003, however in 2004 founding members Sacha Lucashenko (voice/guitars) and Martin B. Sleeman (guitars/voice) relocated to Sydney. The group has released two EPs, the first on Rubber Records in 2003 and the second on Fly Music in early 2005, both of which are self-titled. Mid to late 2005 they have toured with The Brian Jonestown Massacre.
A Charlie Parker disciple who brings his own lyricism to the bebop language, Charles McPherson has been a reliable figure in modern mainstream jazz for more than 35 years. He played in the Detroit jazz scene of the mid-'50s, moved to New York in 1959, and within a year was working with Charles Mingus. McPherson and his friend Lonnie Hillyer succeeded Eric Dolphy and Ted Curson as regular members of Mingus' band in 1961 and he worked with the bassist off and on up until 1972. Although he and Hillyer had a short-lived quintet in 1966, McPherson was not a full-time leader until 1972.
Les Étoiles: David FitzpatrickLes Étoiles de Dorion-Vaudreuil (Québec, Canada): Drum and bugle corps
Les Étoiles is the nom de guerre of Cardiff based singer-songwriter David Fitzpatrick. He writes sparse, intimate, honest and heartbreakingly beautiful songs, that are filmic, evocative and often heart-breakingly sad. Les Étoildes de Dorion-Vaudreuil
Les Étoiles was a drum and bugle corps based in Dorion-Vaudreuil, west of Montréal city, in the province of Québec in Canada.
Uma is an Experimental Rock band formed by Om and Pogo back in 2004. The band was in their early days integrated by Starla (guitar), Ulysses (Drums), Pio (Synth), Om (Guitar/Vocals), and Pogo (Bass). The band had a short period of recognition in the underground mexican scene between the years 2004 and 2006, after some time the band went on hiatus and recently they announced they are working on new songs.