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Band of Frequencies

Sol Carroll - Singer/Guitarist
OJ Newcomb – Acoustic & Electric Bass
Mark Henman - Drums The Sunshine Coast's ‘Band of Frequencies’ bring together elements of soul, psychedelic rock, funk and reggae, blending them all into a hearty roots stew fit to satisfy the hunger of the soul. Sol Carroll fronts the band on guitar and vocals. He plays effortlessly and intuitively, with an almost percussive style at times, and has a unique approach to creating sounds on guitars that has been widely acclaimed by audiences and fellow musicians alike, both at home and abroad.

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The Wailing Souls

The Wailing Souls started out as a three-piece - Winston 'Pipe' Matthews, George 'Buddy' Haye and Lloyd 'Bread' McDonald - known as the Renegades in 1965. In the late 60s, Matthews and McDonald recorded on Coxsone Dodd's famous Studio One label with singers Oswald Downes and Norman Davis as both The Classics and The Wailing Souls. The Wailing Souls then moved to Bob Marley's Tuff Gong label in the early 1970s and became known as Pipe and The Pipes to avoid confusion with The Wailers.

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BubbleDubble

A three piece "space dub" outfit from the south coast of England playing occasional gigs and festvals with thier own variety of dub influenced chaos!
Live onstage, guests have included Steffe Sharpstrings (Here & Now) Joie Hinton (Ozric Tentacles, Eat Static), Nik Turner (foundin member of Hawkwind) Richard Lanchester, Micky cosmic and, last but not least, the infamus Cristopher (chemical) Cambridge

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Queen Ifrica

Queen Ifrica, royal empress, also known as Fyah Muma, took the music world by surprise, when in 1995 she turned on a scorcher of a performance in a talent contest at the aptly named Club Inferno in Montego Bay. The Queen beat all other contestants to win by a landslide. Her baptism in the business included a performance on Reggae Sumfest’s Singer’s Nite; coming onstage after a blazing set by Buju Banton, Queen Ifrica was not overawed by the occasion, but succeeded in commanding a good reception to her message.

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The Process

There are at least four bands called The Process: 1) A Rock Reggae group from Detroit formed in the early 90s, featuring members of George Clinton's P-Funk All Stars. 2) A metallic hardcore band from Scotland featuring members of Shank, Scatha, In Decades Decline, King Generator and Atomgevitter. 3)A hardcore punk band formed in G

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Grubson

The very first meeting between Grubson and Hip-Hop took place in 1993, courtesy of his older brother - DJ Hudy, who started to promote 'black' music in his hometown Rybnik while organizing Hip-Hop parties - so called 'Rapoteki'. Grubson started to take Hip-Hop more serious at the end of 1997 when his first group "Po-3na Roznica" was formed (Grubson, Max, Rav). Tracks were recorded in the cellar onto the 1/4 inch recorder.

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Ed Motta

Ed Motta is an / / artist, born Eduardo Motta (17 Aug 1971), in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. At the end of the 80's Ed Motta burst upon the music scene as a major singer and one of Conexão Japeri's composers and producers. He was an instant success on the carioca show circuit and his 1988 debut album, "Conexão Japeri" (Warner), confirmed it. Songs like "Manuel", "Vamos dançar", "Baixo Rio" and "Um love" became big hits. The songs were marked by lavish musicality and introduced strong soul and funk components into the pop-rock scene that was the rage in Brazil at the time.

Read more about Ed Motta on Last.fm.

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