Crash Kings are an alternative rock trio which formed in 2006 in Los Angeles, California, United States. The band consists of Tony Beliveau (vocals, keyboards), Mike Beliveau (bass) and Jason Morris (drums). The band's debut single, "Mountain Man" peaked at #1 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart in March 2010.
Living Things are an American rock band based in St. Louis, Missouri. Their lineup includes three brothers: drummer Bosh Berlin, bassist Eve Berlin, singer/guitarist Lillian Berlin, and a fourth member, guitarist Cory Becker.
note: also, Mark Perry-Brown (known as KRAM) is british deathstep/dubstep/drum'n'bass producer that debuted on Damaged Sounds label. Mark Maher (aka Kram) is the drummer/singer of Australian band Spiderbait. He also appeared at the 2004 benefit concert for the South-East Asian tsunami, Wave Aid, as a member of supergroup The Wrights who performed Stevie Wright's 3 part classic, "Evie".
The Takeover UK successfully take the pop sensibility of the ‘60s and marry it with Class of ‘77 punk rock. Unabashedly pop, with a punk attitude shining through thick power chords and vocals that teeter between sugar and snarl...
Locksley are a power pop band which formed in Madison, Wisconsin, United States in 2003. They consist of Jesse Laz (vocals, guitar), Kai Kennedy (guitar, vocals), Jordan Laz (bass, vocals) and Sam Bair (drums).
Paper Tongues plays for the people. Fusing massive rock n' roll melodies with fiery hip hop beats, the Charlotte band conjures an infectious, incendiary sound on their A&M/Octone debut, due out this summer. Embracing elements of rock, funk, rap and soul, these seven individuals have created something you haven't heard before.
"WOW, such an uproar over the name people!! Perhaps this resistance to change is bred from a place of genuine curiosity (because the unknown is our greatest fear, right?!?). So.... it’s my job in the next few paragraphs to alleviate your panic, here it goooooooes.
No Address is an alternative rock band from Tallahassee, Florida. They are best known for their single "When I'm Gone (Sadie)" (#11 - Mainstream Rock Tracks, #21 - Modern Rock Tracks). On May 18th, 2007, melodic.net posted an article about lead singer Ben Lauren's future solo album under the Indegoot Entertainment umbrella.