With a fresh dynamic sound that mixes elements of classic pop with an uncanny sense of euphoric dance, Diagram Of The Heart are a unique new British band that cross different genres with effortless ease and are the first signings to the legendary and recently resurrected Deconstruction label. Dead Famous, the band's debut single which was released in July (download from iTunes), is a huge slice of modern pop music that sees a gentle piano and string drenched opening before a wall of electronic synths crash against an irresistible...
Intuition is the name of 1) a synthpop group and 2) a hip hop artist. 1) Intuition is the duo of vocalist Garrett Miles and programmer Ken Porter. Hailing from sunny Phoenix, Arizona, they have taken the music world by storm with their infectious and unforgettable sound. Fusing together elements of techno-pop, R&B and traditional rock with an electronic backbone, Garrett's smooth and soulful voice gives the synthetic wizardry a warm richness and unique trademark rarely found in today's commercial music world.
The group formed in 1958 as Brian Poole and the Tremoloes (the name soon being changed thanks to the spelling mistake of a local newspaper), and were initially cast in the Buddy Holly and the Crickets mould. Decca notoriously chose them over The Beatles, whom they had auditioned on the same day. They first charted with a version of “Twist and Shout” (1963), which owed much to the Beatles' version, followed by a chart topping cover of The Contours' U.S.
Allie Moss makes sandwiches. She's from Jersey, which means she has curly hair and says the word 'yeah' weirdly. She is a word game aficionado and has studied with some of the best 30 Rock scholars in the nation. She also writes songs, and tours with Ingrid Michaelson and such.
Nearly Dan are a tribute/cover band for the 70s alternative rock band Steely Dan. The band was formed in 1997 from musicians living in Stoke-On-Trent in North England and have recently celebrated their 10th year of playing as Nearly Dan. The band advertise that they are able to play near note-perfect covers of Steely Dan records from across the entire discography of the band, including some solo work from Steely Dan frontman Donald Fagen. Such is their popularity amongst music fans that they have played many venues big and small, both nationally and internationally.