Graffiti Island are three twentysomethings from East London who were all so bored of what was being played at the shows they were attending they decided they may as well start playing some music they actually liked.
An ambient rock group from Fullerton CA. They are signed to Northern Records, have an Ep out called "The Last Solid Ground", and just released their first full-length "The Dark Has Found A Home In Me" under the same label.
Aluminum Dream - Strangers Calling
Acetate - Apostolic Studios, NYC 1968 The group played as the in house band for the Castelia Foundation on the estate of William Hitchcock at Millbrook, New York. The foundation was headed by Professor Timothy Leary and was devoted into research into LSD experiences.
The elusive Toys With Knives were formed in the summer of 2008. Oscillating between synthpop and disco they have played at some of London's best venues including The Underworld, Camden and The Macbeth, Hoxton. Sporadically releasing songs over a period of 3-4 years the band's releases have been so-far unpredictable.
Smith (pron: Smif) met Billy Daunt in 2001 in the Suburbs of London round High Street in Guildford, Surrey. They picked up guitars as a substitute for drugs and violent brawls. Then they moved to Hollywood. I can't go on about this rubbish.
Golden Glow is the charming solo project of Manchester singer/songwriter Pierre Hall. Son of a British father from Trinidad and Tobago, and a Mauritian mother, Pierre established himself in Manchester first as a party promoter and then fronting the Brit-pop band Lead Balloons.
586 are a tragi-comic, garish shebang of a gang. Deborah Coughlin & Steve Horry write songs about money, paranoia, monkeys, guilt and small town warfare to indie-pop tunes with a bible of disco dilemmas and punk politics.