Skara is a small town in Sweden. The small town is well known for its participation in the national contest Melodifestivalen, which is Swedens selection for which song to compete in The Eurovision Song Contest.
German New Wave Band formed in 1988 by Attila Schuster (Voice), Thomas Aust (Keyboards) and Thorsten Schulten (Keyboards). Started as Synthesizer Project influenced by Bands like The Cure, Joy Divison and later with the Bass Player Thomas Deichsel by New Order.
Multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Rick Eppedio and lead singer C.R. Keyser-Posner first began playing together in Commonwealth, a well-known New York-area rock cover band, in the late 1970s, before putting aside their set lists to form Barbarian Lovers, an original studio project, in 1984.
Echo No Echo is a four piece electro-rock pop group from Portland, OR who draw heavily from influences spanning modern indie rock to 1980's synth pop. Conjuring up sounds similar to New Order and Gary Numan, Echo No Echo presents the perfect mixture of keyboards, synths and your traditional guitar, drums and bass rock weapons.
Tinman Chronicle is the project of Jason Roberts. Tinman Chronicle evolved from a previous EP project under the name The Away. The first album by Tinman Chronicle was released in 2009 after about a year in production.
You can also find him on Facebook, BANDCAMP, ReverbNation, SoundCloud, MySpace, YouTube, and Twitter. If you want to hear any songs from any of his albums, please go to Bandcamp where you can also BUY. Thank you.
Original name used by the UK synth-rock band Wang Chung for their first couple of singles. Under their simplified name, the band went on to major chart success in the US and even had a UK hit with "Dance Hall Days"
Swedish artist Dimbodius broke a 7 year silence with the song “Chastity Fields” in November of 2011. His sequel single “Killers” i out on April 12 on Itunes/Spotify worldwide. “Killers” is taken from his second album to be released fall of 2012.
CURXES [kurs-iz] are Macaulay Hopwood and Roberta Fidora who meet at a mid-point between the coastal towns of Brighton and Portsmouth. From the piers, they come brandishing everything from synthesizers to biros to glockenspiels and use them to create what has been described as “blitz-pop”.
Brother and sister synth pop duo from Newcastle Upon Tyne, England formed in 1982. Recorded 2 radio sessions for John Peel in 1983 who championed their music and remarked of their first session "Hearing something like this means as much to me as the first time I heard Little Richard and it means even more to me to be able to play it to you on the radio.