Mile me Deaf started in 2002 as a solo-project of Wolfgang of "Killed by 9V Batteries", and after a number of self released CD-Rs and about 4 different live line-ups, it's now a two-piece noise-rock band with a guitar and Florian of "Picture Eyes" on drums. Mile Me Deaf MySpace
Formed in Leicester, England, from ex-members of Tired Irie, Computerman and The Traces. Played a gig, went to a studio with Tom Woodhead from ¡Forward, Russia!, played some more gigs, and started making new noises. Guitar jerking body popping synth stabbing floor stomping heart tugging thunderstorm dance pop.
Fe-Nix bring a fresh flavor of music-dirty pop, which is a new genre of inner city urban edge dance music. The four British girls are giving a voice to a new generation of
young, sexy, sassy and self-determined women. Each of them, however, hail from different backgrounds and their
musical influences span a wide spectrum. With amazing lyrics and funky new beats, these girls are sure to take
the UK charts by storm.
There are at least 2 artists/bands called Zola:
1. a south african musician; 2. a spanish indie pop sextet from Barcelona. 3 a British math pop group
1.Bonginkosi Dlamini, aka Zola, is a South African poet, actor, and kwaito musician. He also presents Zola 7, a television show named for him, on SABC 1.
Born in the Soweto ghettos of Johannesburg, South Africa, Dlamini spent his formative years in one of the roughest and notorious ghettos around, Zola, hence his name. Unemployment, alcoholism, and single parent families are the norm in Zola.
Ballgame is a band consisting of four men, two from Norwich and two from London.
There are three groups with the name Toe: 1. toe (Japanese band) is a Japanese math-rock / post-rock / instrumental music group. 2. Toe (American band) is a Chicago post-rock music group. 3. Toe (English band) is a experimental/noise rock band from Ipswich. japanese band : http://www.toe.st/ toe is a Japanese music group that formed in 2000. While mentioned in many post-rock circles, their song structure and dynamics are similar to many popular math rock artists. The vast majority of the music is instrumental and features the swift and acute drumming of Takashi.
Part Dinosaur are an alternative rock band from Southampton in the UK. Having cemented their current line-up as a quintet in late 2008, they have recently recorded a two track demo with Neil Kennedy at the Ranch Production House. January 2009 saw Part Dinosaur join the Oxford-based independent record label Vacuous Pop whose previous roster include The Edmund Fitzgerald (now Foals) and youthmovies soundtrack. A 7" release is planned for later in 2009 and a pending tour in July is rumoured.
Tubelord are a three-piece band from Kingston-Upon-Thames, Greater London consisting of Joseph Prendergast, Dave Catmur and Sean Bamberger. Aside from having the best surnames in the business, they make post-progressive-hardcore in coded pop. They formed at Kingston College in 2005, with a lad simply named 'Olev' on bass and keyboard. After initial demos ('Rat-atat' and 'The Death Of A Digital Alarm Clock'), and early shows in mid-2006 with the likes of Sucioperro and classmates Colour, their first release proper was the 'Square EP'.
In a chance encounter at an Anthropophobiacs Anonymous meeting in South-West North Korea, Joshua Calligeros, Griffin Farley and Rowan Mount met for the first time. It is said that here they discovered their mutual appreciation of the masterpiece A Very Gregorian Christmas and hence decided to start a joint musical venture (however this is fiercely debated by the South Korean Immigration Dept.). Donning themselves the moniker Sincerely...
We're No Heroes (often abbreviated WNH) are a three-piece band from Cardiff, United Kingdom, composed of Tom Collins, Michael 'Dewey' Owen, and Luke Llewellyn. They first formed in the summer of 2009 at a downtown South Side recording studio in Chicago, USA