Biography Karyn Oliver, an up-and-coming singer-songwriter from Baltimore, has been turning heads on both sides of the Atlantic with her skillful songwriting and a passionate, soulful voice that could break your heart through a brick wall. Oliver’s musical inspiration comes primarily from the eclectic mix of music she was exposed to while growing up in the musically diverse culture of Washington, D.C.
This is the official last.fm page for the british Lioness. Lioness are a Rock band from Cornwall, England. Daniel Morris - Vocals, Keys, Guitar
Charlie Murphy - Guitar
James Ginieres - Guitar, Keys
Matthew Cleave - Drums
Matthew Oliver - Bass www.myspace.com/lionesslioness
www.facebook.com/pages/Lioness/113029060402 Thanks for taking the time to listen. x
Crocodile God were a punk band formed in Liverpool in 1992 by Mark Murphy (guitar and vocals), Keith Ravenscroft (bass) and Andy Higham (drums and backing vocals). They self released the Two Days 7" in 1994 and the Old John Mac LP in 1995. In 1996 the Boss 7" EP was put out as a joint release by Crackle! Records and Rumblestrip Records. The band went on to release two more 7" EPs on Crackle! Records in 1997, followed by the album Stella in 1999 before breaking up a year later.
They sound like a swarm of very unhappy bumblebees and a mad old analogue computer having a fight with a drummer. Don't worry, it's just an experiment, and one you can dance to too! The Mushi's machine-gun electronic sound avoids any categorisation, but we'll try anyway: they are the missing link between Client and Devo, between Fugazi and the Chemical Brothers, between Man Or Astroman? and Add N to (X). It really shouldn't work but it does. Go figure.