Peter Alamoo first came to prominence due to his involvement in the "Chess Folk" scene of early 80's Deptford. In 1981 he made his only TV appearance, performing live on the Norwegian daytime show 'Prat Med Haakon'. Many viewers wrote in to complain.
Jean Parlette is a quartet from The Netherlands. Very soon they will take their sample-based Folktronica to a stage near you. Principal songwriter Jos Blomsma started the band in order to take his unique blend of home-made electronics and classical instruments on the road.
I Am Your Autopilot rediscovered themselves in 2006 having been lost for some time. Ben and Graeme were writing partners for a number of years in "The Italian Love Party" who recorded for Factory Too - Tony Wilson's valiant attempt to keep Factory going after being bought out by London Records.
Screaming Mimi are a five-piece band from Sheffield, UK and have been together since June 2004. Their sound is eclectic and hard to pin down, with country and surf influences coming together to create a dark, cinematic, urgent pop style.
Damien hates writing about himself in the third person. He has released tracks on various independent record labels including Boltfish, Lost Dog, Benbecula, Worm Interface, Minus Habens and others he can't remember.
The Ticket that Exploded, named after the William S. Burroughs book of the same name, were an acoustic guitar and vocal duo from The Netherlands, formed in 2004, comprising Vincent de Bel and Nathan de Vos. Their music has roots in the genres pop, folk rock, and country.
Quirky, angular pop songs combining discord with close harmonies, minimalist art rock with crashing crescendos, and a screwdriver with a baking tin. Free MP3s from their record company: http://www.theespc.com
A Rock n Roll band from Sheffield UK
We play loud rocktoss/dirtpunk/psychedelic- spazzpop.
Imagine your being chased by a set of Pumas... http://www.youtube.com/user/loveboatuk?feature=mhee
Oskar Hallbert is a swedish composer who makes minimal melodic music.
For as long as he can remember have been interested in all things who makes sounds: instruments, tape recorders, record players, music toys; and the everyday sounds
Taunus was formed by the Berliner steel string guitarists Jan Thoben and Jochen Briesen in early 2001. They were joined by Wilm Thoben and Sören Schrader playing percussion, banjo, harmonium and vibraphone at live concerts. Guest musicians Paul Lubitz, Micha Bucur and Derek Shirley were invited to play along at the recording sessions for "Malinche", the first longplayer.