1) Her majesty is a Swedish indieband. Read more about them on www.hermajestymusic.com 2) Her Majesty is a Dutch Beatles tribute band. They mostly cover songs from the album Abbey Road, but they also play a lot of other songs The Beatles wrote. 3) Her Majesty is a deathcore band (http://www.myspace.com/hermajestyaus) from Bendigo, Australia.
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".
Chris and Thomas are a due comprising an American and a German who met in Liverpool and now live and work in LA! Their music is described as like Simon and Garfunkel - but that is really becasue there is nothing to compare them with - the sound and the phrasing of Chris and Thomas is unique - and very polished indeed. Chris and Thomas released their first album in the UK in 2006 - touring the UK Festivals to great aclaim and stunning audiences wherever they went - the album gets its release...
The Burning Hell is the alter-ego of songwriter and ukulele-slinger Mathias Kom. Loosely based in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, The Burning Hell has toured back and forth across Canada and Europe since 2007, playing everywhere from festivals to bars to living rooms - and once even a mental asylum in rural France. The band has garnered acclaim for their hyperactive live shows and their caustic yet sincere lyrics, believing as they do that songs about the inevitability of death can also be fun to dance to.
North Sea Gas are Dave Gilfillan, Ronnie MacDonald and Grant Simpson. North Sea Gas has now been performing for 27 years. Over the years their exciting blend of Scottish and Irish music has appealed to audiences all over Great Britain, Europe, Scandinavia, Australia, Canada and the United States. For nine consecutive years, North Sea Gas has attracted large audiences to concerts held during the Edinburgh Festival.
Curumin is a Brazilian musician. His style is sometimes called samba-funk, and it incorporates many jazz, bossa nova, and hip hop elements as well. Both his albums, Achados e Perdidos and Japanpopshow were released by ybmusic.