China Rats formed in Leeds in the Summer of 2011. They released their debut EP \'To Be Like I' in April 2012 and quickly earned the attention of BBC Radio 1's Huw Stephens, which resulted in a spot on the BBC Radio 1 Introducing Playlist with an anthem called N.O.M.O.N.E.Y. '(At Least Those) Kids Are Getting Fed' the follow up single received airplay on BBC Radio 1, XFM, BBC 6 Music amongst others and was Single Of The Week on hugely influential French Music Magazine Les Inrockuptibles.
The Ghost Wave sound finds itself somewhere between the Flying Nun bands of the 80s, the British explosion of the 1960s and the wayfaring dubs of Lee "Scratch" Perry. Sunny, loud, and laid back...
"Iceland's new dark pop princess." MTV Iggy Iceland's Soley Stefansdottir, or just Soley, has caused quite a stir in 2012. Since her first solo release 'Theater Island EP' in 2010 and the follow-up album 'We Sink' in 2011, she has built an international reputation and devoted fanbase with her delicate melodies and beautifully dark lyrics. The soundtrack to lucid dreams and childhood nightmares, Soley wouldn't be out of place in the dark fairytale world of Tim Burton.
An MC and Hispanic-Bolivian producer, has also officially released the album \"AMOR\" in the United States, Mexico, and Europe. This album, the second one as a soloist, has been considered one of the best records of the year on the lists of Al Borde and KPFK \'s Travel Tips to Aztlán, and has been one of the most-played albums on numerous college radio stations.
Josh Haden, son of bass-playing jazz great Charlie Haden, founded Spain in Los Angeles in 1993. Their debut, The Blue Moods Of Spain, was released on Restless Records in 1995. Born from the same L.A. alternative rock scene in the early 1990s that gave rise to Beck, Weezer, and that dog., Spain's music was a response to the then-current inundation of loud, aggressive guitar rock.
Noah Gundersen, lead singer of the The Courage (also known as Noah Gundersen And The Courage), hails from Centrailia, Washington - a suburb of Seattle. Gundersen has been making music since childhood, learning piano at a young age and later teaching himself guitar. He often played in cafés as a teen, occasionally with his younger sister, Abby Gundersen, the two have been formally producing music since 2005. Seattle, WA - United States
Growing up in and around Sydney's southern beaches isn't easy. As a general rule you have three options: You can surf, become a DJ or leave. Shitty choices if all you like doing is playing guitars and pounding drums. With the dire thought of becoming a bunch of disc spinning, fake tanned roidheads seeded deep in their psyche, five guys rallied together, branded themselves STRANGERS and began writing gritty rock anthems for the masses.
Vaudeville Smash began with 3 brothers, an intense love of the good music and a desire to the give the kids something they'd never seen or heard. The enigmatic, energetic and all-embracing Melbourne band built their reputation on their wild live shows and unbridled sense of fun.
La Mala Senda debuta con su primer disco "Bajo el sol... huellas" en 2009, captando rápidamente la atención del medio. Ese año, en su recuento anual, la revista Rockaxis pone a "Bajo el Sol..." como la mejor producción nacional. Fruto de esto, la banda es invitada a la celebración de los 10 años de Rockaxis, abriendo el show de Candlebox en el Teatro Caupolicán. También en 2009, la banda produce su primer videoclip, para el single "Vívelo" En 2010 se concreta la primera salida internacional, con la participación en el festival Altavoz de Medellín.
"Drilling, screeching, rasping sounds, distortion and ominous drumbeats, inspired by 'sado-masochism' and 'confusion' from two former Texas Altar Boys"