Based in Nottingham, United Kingdom, Gareth Hardwick creates music that is at once rich and minimalist, dense and subtle. By manipulating the natural tones of his guitar with effects and loops he can deform and reshape the sounds generated by his instrument until you're no longer sure what you're hearing - an organ, a voice, or no recognisable instrument. Between abstract sounds, fragile and delicate melodies reveal themselves to you; finding yourself lost in intricate textures you are suddenly awoken by an absence of structure or sound, of something that one can hold on to.
Cupola is established in September 2005, as a result of a hard drinking night, along with not even lighter drunk vows for a common future musical actions. When the day of reckoning has come, i.e. for accomplishing the promised things, about 8 guys respond the call, as eventually the very original staff is clarified: Misho (guitars, vocals), Pazzo (guitars, vocals), Geleto (drums, vocals), and Asparuh (bass) - who subsequently passed the bass to Ficho, as both they took part in only few repetitions.
Chaos Day's are a hardcore influenced pop-punk band from the South East of England. They have toured with the likes of Set Your Goals and No Trigger. They are getting ready to go on tour with Daggermouth later this year.
Jungle by Night is a young and swinging, promising band from Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Friends, family and former strangers form a nine-headed ensemble, which is the talk of the town at this moment. Being different from the slipstream of young bands that find their inspiration in British and American pop, Jungle by Night is inspired by music away from the mainstream. Their music is a mixture of Afrobeat from Nigeria and Jazz from Ethiopia, played with a Western rock attitude.
(ripped from MyArse/gundogs)
In a culture of music defined by the sale of sonic snake-oil to a youth crying out for a new standard, GUNDOGS present themselves as the antidote. Despite having come from very different backgrounds, GUNDOGS were all raised in the broken heart of the industrial Midlands, and remain acutely aware of the disillusionment that the area continues to enfranchise across generations.