Boys Boys Boys! is an indie pop band from Perth, Australia which consists of members Jade Foo, Alwyn Nixon Lloyd, Bridget Turner, Mike Murphy, Jerico Wallace and Daniel Grant. After making waves in the Perth music scene with their infectious sound, the band released their debut album Yes through Interia Records in March 2009. According to the band's website:
"Boys Boys Boys! were born when a group of girls working in a retro diner decided music was the only way to stop crinkle cut fries and burger grease from coming between them.
Elmo Logic are an alternative indie band based in Manchester. Combining intricate guitar riffs with driving bass lines and "penetrating vocals" they have been likened to such bands as Interpol, Bloc Party and The Maccabees. Playing together since early 2008 Elmo Logic are quickly building a name for themselves on the music scene. Whilst headlining their own gigs at various venues around the North West, and having played alongside the likes of Anathallo and Women, the fanbase is rapidly expanding.
Between the seams lies love, loss and purgatory. Dark and cerebral; we come unarmed. Battle Lines (previously Alvin Purple!) are dirty. Dirty in a good way. Their debut double A Side released last year created waves across the blog-sphere, blending an irresistible pop melody with 'foot to the ribcage' beats and a soaring sonic landscape. Favorites with Tom Robinson on BBC 6music, they combine chanteuse elements of Lykke Li with TV on the Radio beats...
There have been at least five bands called The Dynamites.
1. An instrumental/beat band from Sarpsborg, Norway who excisted from 1958-1966. They released two singles on the Troll label and did a tour of East Germany in 1965. Two of the members went on to the freakbeat group The Divorced.
2. A garage/R&B/freakbeat band from Basel, Switzerland.
3. A 60s garage rock band from Japan (????????) which featured a slide guitar (unusual for a Japanese band at the time).
Sydney-born DJ and producer Hook N Sling, aka Anthony Maniscalco is recognised as one of the most exciting genre-blending house producers to come on the scene in recent years, a title which has led him to places most only dream about. In 2007, he pumped up the opening party for We Love Space in Ibiza before jetting off to the likes of the US & China. His track 'The Bump' a collaboration with fellow Aussie, Kid Kenobi raked in a coveted ARIA nomination after becoming a worldwide smash and buzz chart number one. It even had the likes of James Zabiela playing it as his encore record.
Charlie Peacock (born Charles William Ashworth, August 10, 1956, also goes by Charlie Peacock-Ashworth) is a songwriter, record producer, musician, and writer, best known for his work in the field of Contemporary Christian Music. He was born in Yuba County, California. Ashworth studied at the California State University, Sacramento before becoming a professional musician and is currently working on a Masters degree in Theological Studies at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis, Missouri.