Pale Sunday is a Brazilian indie pop band. They're from Jardinopólis (15 km far from Ribeirão Preto, São Paulo). The band was originally formed by Luiz Gustavo (bass, vocals), Sineval Almeida (guitar) and Fabrício Cantoni (guitar, producer).
Hey Paulette were formed in Dublin in 1987 by Eamonn Davis (singer/rhythm guitars). Colm Fitzpatrick (bass)and Derrick Dalton (lead guitars) joined forces with Eamonn to write pop tunes. Some people labelled us a C86 band, as we were into writing melodic jingly jangly tunes but we didn't really know what we were playing and still don't! Paul Lester of The Melody Maker gave us 'Tingle of The Week'
The Snow Fairies were an indie pop band from Philadelphia, PA. They just wanted to make you dance to pop music! Originally formed in 2000, the five-piece crafted short and sweet tunes that were heard on such record labels as Shelflife and Red Square Records.
The Occasional Flickers began as the solo project of Giorgos Bouras in Athens, Greece. With the help of some good friends they recorded their first 7″ single rain until monday 7", which was released in early 2003.
Formed in 1988, Bristol based six piece The Haywains played jangly guitar pop fronted by a distinctive boy-girl duel vocal delivery. The band were to become a familiar name on the UK's 'indie-pop' scene of the late 80's and early 90's.
The Windmills were Tony Pankhurst, Roy Thirlwall, Dan Pankhurst and Rob Clarke. They dragged themselves from the Thames Estuary mud many years ago, learned to walk, invented the wheel and fashioned simple instruments from electricity and firewood.