Carly Rae Jepsen (born November 21, 1985) is a Juno-nominated singer/songwriter from Mission, British Columbia, Canada In the summer of 2007 she placed third in the fifth season of Canadian Idol. Her debut album Tug of War was released in Canada on September 30, 2008. An EP titled Curiosity was released on February 14, 2012. The lead single, Call Me Maybe, reached #1 in her native Canada and was certified double platinum.
Stefan Bruinsma (17-08-1982), a.k.a. Number 9, was born and raised in the north of the Netherlands in a city called Groningen. At the age of 9 he discovered music was his passion, and he took his first piano lessons shortly followed by his first guitar lessons. After developing as a musician he encountered people that shared his vision on making music and performing on stage. At the age of 18 he chose the Rockacademy in Tilburg to develop as an artist and entrepreneur in the music industry. Up till now his life resulted in the following music projects:
Born In London, England in the late eighties, acoustic Singer Songwriter Karina Berry delivers beautifully crafted melodic songs that draw in the listener.
Early influences from Morrissey and Drugstore helped develop her unique style and passion for songwriting.
After recording a 3 track EP in 2005, Karina recorded songs for the 2006 album 'Lazy Ways' alongside tracks 'The Sea' and Atlantic Highway' .
These Kings (formerly known as Lakota Elk) are an English alternative rock band from Wednesbury, West Midlands. "Home", the first single from the band's upcoming debut EP "Smile.Wave.Repeat." is available as a free download from their BandCamp page, along with the b-side "There's a Light in that Pile of Snow". Twitter - @These_Kings
BandCamp - TheseKings
SoundCloud - These Kings
YouTube - These KingsMusic Members:
Alex Benson (Guitar)
Liam Dunn (Guitar, Vocals)
Comfort Fit (Boris Mezga) is an electronic music producer known for breaking the boundaries and conventions of genres. Using music codes of genres such as Hiphop, Dubstep and Electro as a mere comic template, Comfort Fit inspires the music enthusiast with his unique and heavy beat techniques. Since 2000 he has released music under a variety of labels, most of his work can be found on Tokyo Dawn Records. http://www.tokyodawn.net/comfort-fit/
Sleepmakeswaves are an instrumental rock band from Sydney, Australia. Drawing influences mainly from but not limited to post-rock, the young quartet mix driving metallic bombast with textured electronics to create a sonic space where delicate melodies and thunderous climaxes peacefully co-exist. Since their formation in late 2006, sleepmakeswaves have rapidly established themselves as a promising and unique voice in their field.
The Howdo was formed in the summer of '09 by the unlikely alliance of Deni Usher and Steve Brewin. Both musicians were playing spots at the Red Lion, Isleworth, jam night, when the jam master, Paul Kirkby, suggested they got together. Deni was an accomplished bluesman whereas Steve approached his music with a suck it and see mentality. With few rehearsals under their belt they played their first gig as support to Beast Of Ealing, Halloween '09.
There are two bands named Pharaoh.
1. An American Power Metal band.
2. A German Emocore band.
3. A doom metal/sludge band from New Jersey.
1. Though its earliest echoes ring back to 1997, American heavy metal act PHARAOH released its debut album via the Cruz del Sur Music label in 2003. Paradoxically entitled After the Fire, the album
There are several bands that share the name Fenrir:  A Celtic folk metal band from Nancy, France. Their official weblog can be found here. Their Myspace page can be found here. Their album, entitled "Whispers from the Old World," can be downloaded from Jamendo.  A melodic death metal band from Granollers, Spain. More information on this band can be found on their Myspace page here.  An RAC/Oi band.
Forging a one-of-a-kind career path, Kono Michi, Japanese for “This Path,” is the alter-ego of Juilliard-trained violinist, Michi Wiancko. Kono Michi’s latest album, 9 Death Haiku, was described by The Strad magazine as “intriguing and exquisitely beautiful… music that crosses the pop-classical barrier” and was selected by Playback:STL online music magazine as one of the "Top 30 CD's of the Decade."