Ambrose Tompkins are led my singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Rob Waddington. Sometimes it's just Rob on his own, other times they're a 2, 3, 4, or 5-piece band featuring an ever-changing line-up of friends and family members.
Jack too Jack are a group of men. They came together two years ago and they are growing. They have performed in Cinemas and Stockrooms all over the world. They are inhabiting a nascent world between the Artworld and the MusicIndustry. They were given life by the 20th century and its countercultural ambitions but now they find themselves walking amongst its ghosts.
Ana da Silva is a founding member of The Raincoats. In February 2005 she released a solo album The Lighthouse on Chicks on Speed Records. Stuart Moxham of the Young Marble Giants collaborated on one of the album tracks “Modinha”. Ana recently performed live in London, Munich, Portugal and Ladyfestspain in Madrid.
Attack Formation consist of an ever changing group of contributors and participants built around a seven to ten person core group from Austin. More than a band that breaks with convention, the result is always sure to move you. Whether recorded or live they refuse to let you simply be a passive listener.
Data Panik formed from the ashes of bis. Bis disbanded in 2003, but after two years apart, the three members came back together, along with new members Stuart Memo and Graham C. Data Panik's sound was quite similar to that of Bis; unfortunately the band met with little commercial success and and disbanded in August 2006.
Baby Dayliner (AKA Ethan Marunas) was born and raised in New York City, and went to LaGuardia High School of Music and Art, and the Performing Arts, also known as the "FAME" high school. His undergraduate study was done at St.
Psychedelic noise-punk band from London, England. A three headed beast of energy, their live shows are chaos and beauty. Koichi Yamanoha : Bass and vocals
Hirotoi :Drums and Vocals
Niyan : Guitar www.myspace.com/screamingteaparty
Havana Guns formed in 2006 over a discussion about where to get decent lunch for less than £5 in East London. They released a limited 7" single on the small Cigarette Music label. Even though distribution was limited, they received attention by underground press and late-night indie radio programmes all over the world, for example by Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 1 and Rodney Bingenheimer on KROQ.