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Reef

The band members included Gary Stringer on vocals, Kenwyn House on guitar, Jack Bessant on bass and Dominic Greensmith on drums. Their second album, Glow, is ranked at number 26 in Kerrang!'s "100 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die" list.

Although most members of Reef have West Country connections, it wasn't until the four members met in London that the band was formed.

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Acoustic Ladyland

Acoustic Ladyland (formed in 2001) are a London, United Kingdom based band consisting of Pete Wareham on tenor and baritone saxophones, Seb Rochford on drums, Tom Cawley on Piano and Ruth Goller on bass. They are part of the F-IRE Collective. The band combines heavy punk rhythms and noise with jazz sensibilities, often within the same song. Their songs feature intense drumming and heavy riffs, despite the lack of guitars.

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Jeremy Warmsley

Jeremy Warmsley is a half English, half French West London based singer-songwriter, signed to Transgressive Records. His musical style displays an electronica influenced approach to melodic pop songwriting, first heard on debut single 'I Believe In The Way You Move', and further developed on his 'The Art Of Fiction' LP (2006). His new album, "How We Became", co-produced by Markus Dravs (Coldplay/Arcade Fire/Bjork) will be released in the UK in September 2008, followed by a lengthy headline tour.

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Temposhark

Temposhark are an English electronic rock band, formed in London and Brighton by singer and songwriter Robert Diament. Temposhark are best known for their songs Joy, It's Better To Have Loved and Not That Big, a duet with singer Imogen Heap, which will feature on their 2008 debut album The Invisible Line. Other notable artist collaborations include Guy Sigsworth, Sean McGhee, Youth (aka Martin Glover from Killing Joke), Kate Havnevik and the virtuoso violinist Sophie Solomon.

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Essie Jain

Essie Jain is a singer-songwriter born and raised in London, United Kingdom, who is now based out of New York City. Her first full-length record called We Made This Ourselves was released throughout the United States on Ba Da Bing! in February 2007. lt was released worldwide on The Leaf Label in March. The new ten-track album entitled The Inbetween was released in May 2008. It was recorded with a larger group of musicians and Jain experimented with new ways of orchestrating songs. The Inbetween features an array of instruments like French horn, clarinet, Rhodes piano, cello and trumpet.

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