Tullycraft was born out of the ashes of two Harriet Records cult bands: Crayon and Wimp Factor 14. Sean Tollefson, Jeff Fell (both of Crayon), and Gary Miklusek (Wimp Factor 14) hooked up in 1995. They are considered to be one of the forefathers of the American twee pop movement
Pocketbooks are a pop group from London, combining melodic harmonies, spiralling guitars and descriptive storytelling. The band members are Andy Hudson, Daniel Chapman, Emma Hall, Ian Cowen and Jonny Tansey.
(1) Butcher Boy are from Glasgow in Scotland and have been performing since 1997. The Butcher Boy debut album Profit in Your Poetry was released in 2007 on London-based label How Does It Feel To Be Loved
Referred to by some as Punk Folk and Twee Skiffle, they're considered witty, satirical, and both irritating and utterly enjoyable, Newcastle Upon Tyne based Milky Wimpshake have released numerous singles and compilation tracks on assorted indie labels since forming in 1993.
There are four artists with the name Shampoo:
1. A British pop duo
2. A Belgian jazz rock band
3. A Brazilian rock band
4. An Atlanta, GA-based indie band 1. Shampoo were a female pop duo recording between 1993 and 2000. Comprising of Jacqui Blake and Carrie Askew, Shampoo were most famous for their peroxide blonde hair, habitual wearing of sunglasses and their single Trouble.
There is more than one artist called The School 1. The School are from Cardiff, wielding shimmering 60s influenced pop and a plethora of band members. 2. The School from Trondheim, Norway playing Indie Rock with Post-Punk influences