A UK based project of R. Allen (Halo / UN- / Leisur Hive) & Daniel Knowler (Leisur Hive / Sweetie / Cindytalk) Merging noise, improv, found sound, dub, metal, electronic music and anything else they feel like, The Infinite Three aims to take up where Leisur Hive left off and to explore paths which their previous band were unable to tread. Medium Term Strategy, a 'work-in-progress' EP can be heard at www.theinfinitethree.co.uk or listened to here.
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds is the solo moniker of former Oasis guitarist and lead song writer Noel Gallagher. The band originates from Manchester, England, and includes former Oasis session pianist Mike Rowe, drummer Jeremy Stacey of The Lemon Trees and percussionist Lenny Castro. The band also varies guests on their debut album such as the Crouch End Festival Chorus and The Wired Strings.
Busted was a pop rock band originating from London, England that consisted of James Bourne, Matt Willis and Charlie Simpson. Their debut single, "What I Go To School For" was released in 2002 and charted at #3. The album Busted followed in September 2002. November 2003 saw the release of their second album A Present for Everyone. Both albums charted at #2 in the UK. A live album, A Ticket for Everyone was released in November 2004.
Heavy Loaded Dice - Indie Rock n Roll group based in Chelmsford Essex UK, Owen James - Guitar/Vocals
Alan Launder - Lead Guitar
Joe Lethbridge - Bass Guitar
Mark Mcainey - Drums Heavy Loaded Dice was Formend in late 2011, Alan met Owen. Mark met Joe. Alan and Owen met Mark and Joe. Heavy Loaded Dice was born. The Debut EP was recorded by the band themselves in Mark's garage. All of the tracks can be downloaded for FREE!!
There are several bands with this name. The UK group The Smoke consisted of Mick Rowley on vocals, Mal Luker on guitar, Zeke Lund on bass and Geoff Gill on drums. They released a handful of singles from 1967 - 1970, with their biggest hit 'My Friend Jack' reaching no. 2 in Germany and no. 45 in the UK. See The Smoke (UK). However the singles 'Sweet Spanish' and 'Defeat Retreat' are by the Australian band The Smoke, taken from the 2009 album 'Blood Orange'. See: The Smoke (Oz)
Drawing from musical influences including Eastern European folk, rock'n'roll, and blues to name a few, The Gypsy Switch are a Brighton based street band providing an eclectic mix of original and covered material from the likes of The Doors and Daniel Johnston. Their shows are both playful and edgy with their strange blend of genre-bending instrumentation, satirical lyrics and a uniquely engaging performance.
Official website : www.thebeatmarshals.com After a number of years in and around the Leeds Music Scene under various guises, The Beat Marshals formed at the back end of 2007 when Dan Schofield and fellow guitarist Chris Simpson collaborated to create a fresh dynamic sound. Drummer James Turton - having worked with the two guitarists in a previous outfit - completed the line up, and in October 2008 The Beat Marshals unleashed their high energy progressive indie rock onto the Leeds Music Scene.
There are more than one act with this name: 1) Faces were an early 1970s rock band formed in 1969 from the remaining members of Small Faces after Steve Marriott left to form Humble Pie; new members Ron Wood (guitar) and Rod Stewart (vocals) (both from The Jeff Beck Group) joined Ronnie Lane (bass), Ian McLagan (keyboards) and Kenny Jones, (drums). The name "the Faces" refers to well known people about town, and the band's previous incarnation as the Small Faces also referred to the diminutive stature of the band members.
Herman's Hermits was an internationally successful 60s British rock band, from Manchester, England, formed in 1963. Part of the British Invasion, their trademark simple, non-threatening, clean-cut "boys next door" image made them easier to listen to and more accessible than other British Invasion bands. Their first hit, "I'm Into Something Good", was produced by Mickie Most, reaching #1 in the UK (1963) and #13 in the US (1964). Other hits followed such as "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter" (1965) and "I'm Henry VIII, I Am".
John Baldwin (born January 3, 1946 in Sidcup, London), better known by his stage name John Paul Jones, is an English musician and was the bassist, keyboardist, and mandolin player for Led Zeppelin from its inception until the band's breakup following the death of John Bonham in 1980. A versatile musician, he also plays guitar, mandolin, koto, lap steel guitars, autoharp, ukulele, cello, and the three over-dubbed recorders heard on "Stairway to Heaven". He is widely respected as both a musician and a producer and is considered as one of the most influential bassists in Rock music.