London-based, Norwegian-born Kate Havnevik spent her formative years with the desire to become a guitarist in the jazz and classical worlds, but these plans were derailed after joining a punk band at the tender age of 14.
There's more than one artist with this name: 1) An underground hip-hop group.
2) An early 90s rock group from Oklahoma.
3) Korean band Glue, who was featured on the soundtrack to the Korean drama, A Love To Kill.
4) Punk-Powerpop band Glue from Los Angeles with eccentric singer Sean DeLear.
The Postmarks are a pop band from Pompano Beach, Florida. Their debut self-titled LP was released in February 2007 and has been met with critical acclaim from Rolling Stone and Spin, as well as Pitchfork Media and a host of other music blogs. The group was discovered by Andy Chase of Ivy and subsequently released on his Unfiltered Records label.
Sarah Blackwood, Steve Hillier and Chris Wilkie first appeared as Dubstar in 1994. Hillier's floating synths, Wilkie's chiming guitar and the ever-plaintive vocals from Sarah Blackwood drew comparisons to Pet Shop Boys, The Smiths and Kirsty MacColl, while the band regularly added Cocteau Twins and One Dove among their greatest influences.
Jem is the stage name of the singer-songwriter Jemma Griffiths (born 18 May 1975, in Penarth, Wales, United Kingdom). Her eclectic musical style encompasses elements of trip-hop, folk and rock. She is best known for the single "They" and the successful album Finally Woken.
Bitter:Sweet is an electronic/trip-hop duo with jazz-like qualities from Los Angeles. The band is comprised of Shana Halligan, who provides vocals and lyrics and composes the songs, and Kiran Shahani, who produces and composes the songs.
Natalie Walker is an American musician from Indiana. She was formerly vocalist of the trip hop group Daughter Darling, and has produced two solo albums, Urban Angel and With You, as well as an EP Live At The Bunker under Dorado Records. Her musical influences include Alison Krauss, Jewel and Beth Orton.
Since their first collaboration on Dzihan & Kamien’s 2002 album ‘Gran Riserva’, vocalist / songwriter Madita and multi-instrumentalist / producer Vlado Dzihan have forged an ongoing partnership in music as well as in life.