Exit Calm are a 4-piece alternative rock band from Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England. Formed in May 2006 following the break-up of Lyca Sleep, Exit Calm comprise Nicky Smith (Vocals), Rob Marshall (Guitars), Scott Pemberton (Drums), and Simon Lindley (Bass).
Indie/alternative band comprising American Nathan Nicholson, Australian Todd Howe and Englishmen Adam Harrison and Piers Hewitt; together they deliver a mixture of raucous bass-heavy grooves, alternately fragile and explosive vocals, and melodic sounds. Packed live performances show that TBR have amassed a solid fanbase, and one forgiving of the long waits between releases.
Black Swan Lane :::: This is a project founded by Jack Sobel of The Messengers who had the incredible pleasure of playing with Mark Burgess of The Chameleons UK on some live shows in the Southeastern part of the US.
Grant Nicholas is the frontman of Feeder. His debut solo album, Yorktown Heights, was released in August 2014 in the UK. This peaked at No. 29 in the album charts. The first track from it, Soul Mates, was premièred on BBC Radio 2 on 31st May 2014.
1. Resplandor is a shoegaze/dream pop band from Lima, Peru. Biography from their official site:
The band was brought to life in early 1996, with a sound influenced by shoegaze and noise pop, recording some songs that were published in 1998 on the "Sol de hiel" ep.
Man Without Country are a Cardiff, Wales duo (Tomas Greenhalf and Ryan James), the band name arose from a sense of not belonging – an isolation that has since been used to create an atmospheric eeriness within their debut work which was recorded entirely in in Tomas’ bedroom.
When songwriter and producer Sam Genders last donned his Diagrams hat, captive listeners found themselves truly stunned by the Streatham Hill artist’s imaginative and inventive arrangements that made up 2012's debut album Black Light.
Providence, Rhode Island's The Brother Kite began crafting their shoegaze-inflected rock sound in 2001, when founding members Patrick Boutwell and Jon Downs began writing and recording original material as a duo. Bassist Andrea Mason and guitarist Mark Howard joined them in 2002, and the band released a split 7" record with friends Vaguely Starshaped on Boston's Losing Blueprint Records.
Star Tropics (named in homage to the old Nintendo game) is a chip-tune project from Eureka, California. Characterized by dreamy layers, pop simplicity, lo-fi recording, and nostalgia for early video games.
Ourlives are an explosive, emotive, expansive four-piece, poised and ready at the start of their music recording lives. Ourlives are a band who are clearly capable of injecting their own edge, of making powerful forward-looking life-touching music.
Go to: http://www.last.fm/user/slowreadersclub The Slow Readers Club are a Manchester based Indie / Electro
band who’s output ranges from insanely catchy upbeat indie to
angry, introspective downbeat ballads. Their music has drawn
comparisons with Interpol, The Killers and Arcade Fire.
"Tomas Almgren (Synths/Beats/Effects) and Daniel Änghede (Vocals/Guitars/Bass). From Gothenburg, Sweden comes alternative electro-rock act Hearts of Black Science with their melancholic and sometimes dark pop with haunting melodies.