Iguana Brothers formed in Leicester during the 80's around the songwriting talents of Richard Sampson and Paul Conneally. Fusing reggae, urban,ska and rock styles the Iguana Brothers bult a large live following with the central pair joined by a band of up to eight including a brass section. Iguana Brothers included:
Chris Spedding was born in Heanor and brought up in Sheffield and Birmingham UK. He is one of the best session guitar players and has played with numerous acts both in the studio and live including Bryan Ferry, Robert Gordon and The Wombles!
Victor Xray aka Scot Mcphee has been making electronic noises since the 1980s using a variety of names, including Now:Zero and Nerve Agent. This music has been released through labels in Australia, the UK and Germany.
Rob Lever started playing piano during his time at middle school. It was only until he had his first live performance when he sang 'Nothing Rhymed' by Gilbert O'Sullivan that his music career spawned. He attended Oxford Brookes where he did a 3 year music degree.
Prime Time Nation is a experimental electronic band, composed by a 19 year old guy from Lisbon, Portugal. All the songs are experimental and made with just a few knowledge about digital music production.
More info: http://facebook.com/serenalauren Serena Lauren, classically trained on the piano and self-taught on the guitar, started writing music in her late teens and released several albums including The Waking Up EP (2003) and In Your Doorway (2007).