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Misty's Big Adventure are an eight piece band from Birmingham, UK. Their music is an eclectic mix of jazz, lounge, psychedelia, two tone, pop and punk. The current lineup is Grandmaster Gareth (vocals), Hannah Baines (trumpet), Lucy Baines (saxophone), Lucy Bassett (keyboards), Matt Jones (bass), Sam Minnear (drums, percussion), John Nachtanoj (guitar) and Sri Erotic Volvo (dancer).

They have so far released five official albums Misty's Big Adventure and their place in The Solar Hi-Fi System, The Black Hole, Funny… read more

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  • Avatar for SomethingPinata
    <3
  • Avatar for quetzallimusic
    I see a cloud!
  • Avatar for fizzylauren
    I want a biscuit.... can't have one.... nooooo (awesome)
  • Avatar for skatedestroy
    http://www.last.fm/group/Birmingham+Music
  • Avatar for jonaschrist
    Grumpiest Fun is another excellent collection of tunes! I don't even mind the re-used Grandmaster Gareth solo tracks... However it seems like most of the humour and fun found on Solar Hi-Fi is now only found on these collections, and not so much on the "real" albums. Shame, but at least they play bits of both at gigs!
  • Avatar for jonaschrist
    Ta, kinda got that the 1st time you said that :P In other news, they were excellent in Newcastle tonight, though I had to leave just as the encore began. New songs sound excellent as ever! Oh, and the DVD is amazing!
  • Avatar for Shivas_Net
    jonas: they've kinda dubbed it 'the kletzmer song?'
  • Avatar for J-nu
    up for "2 brains"
  • Avatar for jonaschrist
    It's not bad, but Solar Hi-Fi and Black Hole were both so good, that anything since then always seems "meh". Funny Times and Television's People both sounded a little average on first listen, but they've grown on me a fair bit since then... keep listening!
  • Avatar for morrisvee
    Wow, just got their new album and I've got too say that it's nothing compared to their earlier albums, what a shame.

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