Riia mäest tuli alla grupp noori inimesi, nende seas ka Lunge ja Elgula. Nad tulid koolinoorte klubi ALO koosolekult, kuhu kuulus aktiivseid tegelasi peaaegu kõigist Tartu koolidest. Korraldati nii endale kui ka oma eakaaslastele ülelinnalisi üritusi (diskud, etendused, kohtumised jne) ning elati isekeskis muidu toredat elu. Selle klubi eestvedajaks oli Ilme Tiik, kes süstis poistesse mõtte, et miks ei võiks ALO klubil olla ka oma bänd.
She’s ruled the charts at home in Estonia for more than a decade and her mantelpiece groans under the weight of awards. She’s been a proud flag-bearer for her country, and has enjoyed massive record success on six albums. Now, from her home in London and via exciting collaborations with the hottest composers and producers, singer-songwriter Hannah is ready to make a new imprint on the international pop scene.
Blacky is an ex-all-women band from Estonia
The band debuted at the Nordic Young Musicians Assemblage in Iceland in 1999. They are considered to be innovators in Estonian rock music, putting out a single a year since their inception. The members now are Lea, Katre, Angela, Argo and Silver. Lead singer Lea Liitmaa is also a successful solo artist and in 2004 won the "Golden Disc", the Estonian Pop Music Annual Award award for female artist of the year.
(2000) Blacky LP
(2003) Kui me päikeseloojangut ootama peaks (If we for the sunset should wait) LP
There are at least 3 artists by this name: an indie pop band from Estonia; the frontman of Fat Freddy's Drop; a punk-pop trio from the north of England. 1) Dallas was an indie pop band from Estonia. They formed in Tallinn in 1991 and disbanded in 2003 - soon after singer Kristi Kindel decided to leave the band just before the launch of their last album Delay Lama. Their major recordings include:
Ewert and The Two Dragons is a folk rock / indie band from Tallinn, Estonia. Their debut album “The Hills Behind The Hills” was released in autumn 2009 and since then they have taken the Baltics by storm. Some critics have titled them as “the crown jewel of Estonian music”, Finnish music magazine Rumba was stunned by their performance at the biggest Baltic music festival Positivus in 2010, calling them “the best band at the entire fest”.
Hannah and the boy (formerly known as Hannah Scott and John Carden resp. Hannah Scott) disagree on just about everything: think thirty-year marriage, separate beds. Although you wouldn’t ever catch them swapping music, one thing they do agree on is that their differences are a vital asset to their song-writing – defining an original, yet strangely familiar sound. Hannah’s songs and distinctive voice were first showcased on her 2007 album, Till Angels Fall, which gained her national airplay and a solid fan base.
Niki & The Dove is a new project from Sweden featuring lead vocalist and songwriter Malin Dahlström whose background in live bands and writing music for theatre productions gave her the inspiration to form this new band. The musicians around her are very close friends and collaborators, giving the live show immediate chemistry and confidence. Niki & The Dove will be playing their debut UK gigs in September.
RinneRadio is a trio of musicians from Finland. Operating on the boundaries of jazz and electronic music, the output of RinneRadio has been described as "some jazz, plenty of techno and ambient influences, a few poppy melodies, and hints of world music". The biography on the band's website provides this description of the music they produce: "RinneRadio fuses electronic underground beats with progressive jazz.