Teen Top, (Korean: 틴탑) is a South Korean pop group that consists of six members: C.A.P, ChunJi, L.Joe, Niel, Ricky, ChangJo. They are under the label T.O.P. Media and were founded in 2010 by Andy Lee of Shinhwa. They released their album, Come into the World, on July 9, 2010 and started their debut on July 10, 2010 in Music Core. On January 13, 2011, TEEN TOP made their first comeback on M!Countdown with their 2nd single, Supa Luv, which was produced by the producer of Justin Bieber's hit single, One Less Lonely Girl.
"Kill Art" (2009)
"Take the Kids Off Broadway" (2011)
"We Are the Twenty First Century Ambassadors of Peace and Magic" (2012)
1. Polish band describing itself: "At first sight it seems that we are an unforgivenable hybride which combines two kinds of music separated from each other by hundreds of years"
This group mixes progresive rock with medieval music in an amazing way as if combining two worlds: one is electric and bass guitar, drums and keyboards, second - lute and female voice. Thus was born the extraordinairy sound, full of expresion, rythm, and might, but not deprived of lyricism and mysticism.
2. Greek Amaryllis band - their music is mixing fresh sounds with traditional Greek music
Sara Groves (born in 1972) is an American singer/songwriter from Burnsville, Minnesota, near the Twin Cities and has some family in Vineland, NJ. Sara received her Bachelor of Science degree in History and English in 1994 from Evangel University, a private Christian university in Springfield, Missouri. Sara spent four years teaching high school in Rosemount, Minnesota before recording her first album, Past the Wishing, in 1998.
Dionne Bromfield (born 1996 in Kent) is an English singer. In September 2009 Bromfield was the first artist to be signed to Amy Winehouse's record label Lioness Records. Her debut album Introducing Dionne Bromfield was released on 12 October 2009 and first single "Mama Said" will be released on 2 November 2009. Dionne’s album features covers of 12 classic songs that reflect her love of vintage soul music and ‘60s girl groups.
Two EPs, two dozen live performances, four drummers, numerous broken relationships, radio play in Ireland & the UK and more hangovers than a Gazza-hosted pool-party. A band so mythical, so rarely sighted, that even the band members themselves sometimes wonder if they actually exist. The Wynd have achieved all this and more during their five or so years as a functioning beat combo, although functioning might be too strong a word.
Kenneth Ishak was born May 26th 1978, he is half Norwegian and half Malay. His interest in music started when he was three years old and went to music school, and when he was sixteen he started the powerpop-band Beezewax together with some friends. They have released five albums and are considered one of Norway's top live acts. As a solo artist, Kenneth has released three albums so far; Northern Exposure in 2004, Everything Has Soul in 2005 and Silver Lightning From A Black Sky in 2007.
BACKGROUND: Lead singer of Belle & Sebastian. Scotland’s greatest poet comes from Ayr. That’s probably not all Stuart has in common with Robbie Burns, but I’m damned if I know what else. Both guys I suppose. Stuart moved up to Glasgow at a tender age, just missing the first Scottish post-punk explosion, and having to wait a few years for the next one. The next few years were spent dabbling in all sorts of nonsense; DJing, promoting concerts, working in a record store, selling bacon door-to-door, running marathons...
There's more than one band under the name Polen: 1- Polen is an electro/rock 4-piece band from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Polen stands up with a new trend of live act full of energy, a fusion between loud guitars and strong synths which makes us compare them with bands like Soulwax, Digitalism, Does It Offend You, Yeah? among others.
Nowadays, the band owns two free distribution EPs: "Metamorphy" (2008) and "Compressor" (2009) and is planning to release a new single "Drop the Line" (2010) next June.