A up and coming rock artist, Drea Gunness, produced her first album named "Read What's Written." Also, "Justified" is the ending soundtrack to the Xbox 360 game Dead Rising.
Nizlopi were a British two man band from Leamington Spa, UK with Luke Concannon (vocals, guitar, bodhran) and John Parker (double bass, beatbox, guitar, backing vocals). They were initially friends who've been writing and playing music together since their early teens. They take their band name from a Hungarian girl that Luke had a crush on at school. Nizlopi gigged relentlessly since the start of the 21st century.
K's Choice is a Belgian rock band from Antwerp. The band centers on siblings Sarah Bettens (lead vocals, guitar) and Gert Bettens (guitar, keyboard, vocals). They are joined by Eric Grossman (bass), Jan van Sichem Jr. (guitar) and Koen Liekens (drums). Their music can be described as guitar-based singer-songwriter rock or folk-rock. It ranges from very delicate and intimate singer-songwriter songs to songs that are stronger, more active and louder.
Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio rose from the ashes of Archon Satani in May 1993 as founding member Tomas Pettersson apperceived the desire to canalize his remaining creativity through the aesthetic portrayal of the undivided spiritual and intellectual kinship between Light and Dark, Life and Death, Male and Female, Love and Hate, Beauty and Depravity, War and Peace
Missy Higgins (born Melissa Morrison Higgins on August 19, 1983, in Melbourne, Australia) is one of Australia's most popular female singer-songwriters. Missy (Melissa) was thrust into the limelight in her homeland when her sister entered Missy into a competition, which she won. The competition was conducted by the national alternative broadcaster, Triple J. Although she was still in high school, her song All For Believing quickly became one of the station's most requested tracks of 2001.
There is more than one artist with this name:
1. BETTY is an alternative rock group from New York City.
2. Betty (ベティ) was formed in July 2005 by 勇 and たら.
3. A Belgian TV-personality that released some singles like "Gek op jou" and "Boys, boys, boys".
4. A U.S Hard/Psych band from the 70's.
5. A female singer-songwriter from Mexico, was a member of the 90s pop group "Voces". Released the album "Alma Desnuda" in 2005 on Univision Music
The Ditty Bops is a band from Los Angeles, California that play a blend of folk, bluegrass, jazz, swing music, ragtime and musical theater. They are headed by Abby DeWald (vocals and acoustic guitar) and Amanda Barrett (vocals, mandolin and dulcimer). They are noted for their excellent harmonies and generally playful style and tempo. The Ditty Bops formed in New York City, when Abby and Amanda were on a hunt for a friend's lost cat.
The debut album from Betty & The Id entitled “The Wrong Side Of Everything" is out now! An exclusive strictly limited pressing of 100 copies is available now from www.bettyandtheid.bigcartel.com or at our upcoming gigs. This initial pressing comes as coloured vinyl effect CD's in five different colours (Red,Orange,Blue,Green and traditional Black.) The album was recorded and mixed over a two-day period in December 2008 at Toe Rag analogue studio, Hackney, live onto Studer A-80 1 inch 8-track tape machine using a vintage backline and minimal overdubs.
Lesbian Bed Death began life as the horrific wet nightmare of Mr Peach, who soon brought the vision to life with help from the mighty Johnny Hell. Shortly after, a magical being know as Magic Andy joined the fold. They released a 2 track promo CDR in March 2005. The line-up split in November 2005 for various reasons. Magic Andy and Mr Peach have since been very busy, and work on the debut album is complete. They have been joined by an amazing new vocalist called Luci4. She's added an awesome new dimension to the LBD sound, and the album is a killer.
Go Sailor was a short-lived Berkeley based twee pop band. Its members included Rose Melberg of Tiger Trap and The Softies (guitar, vocals), Paul Curran of Crimpshrine (bass) and Amy Linton of Henry's Dress (drums). They recorded three 7" singles and a full-length CD on Lookout! Records in 1996, the latter of which collected the singles tracks and two compilation appearances. After their breakup their songs "Ray of Sunshine" and "Together Forever in Love" were included on the soundtrack to the movie But I'm a Cheerleader.