Allan Vainola (born in 1965) is an Estonian singer, guitarist and composer. From 1980 to today, he has been a member of the following bands:
Ajutine Valitsus (guitars, vocals)
Velikije Luki (guitars)
Metro Luminal (vocals)
After releasing a series of efforts on the Wuffel label, Estonian act Ans. Andur jumped to the higher profile Seksound for 2005's Tuled Peale and 2007's Topeltvikerkaar, providing a handy showcase for their alternately breezy and melancholy way around guitar-driven indie pop.
NB! The page featuring songs from Alumiinium, Sinu Sädelev Sõber (uploaded by the band) at last.fm is under the name Alumiinium. Alumiinium, Sinu Sädelev Sõber (which is still the official name of the band, the English translation being 'Aluminium, Your Glittering Friend') is an Estonian band formed as a project by Allan Vainola and Andres Aule in December 1994 in Tallinn.
When Estonian folk-electronic enthusiast Ramo Teder makes music he becomes Pastacas. In estonian "pastakas" stands for a "ball-point pen" and Ramo likes to use this little instrument as a tool for his drawings. Which came first: Ramo drawing with a ball-point pen or Pastacas making music? The paitings. At art exhibitions Ramo's pictures are often accompanied by music from Pastacas.
Indigolapsed gathered in Nov 2005, because Tom and Priit were living in an old community apartment near Tallinn Town Hall Square. They just played and others were hanging around, so they joined in for a jam.
Under Marié is an independent (unsigned) Estonian alternative music group of six from Tallinn. Under Marié was founded in the beginning of 2004 in Tallinn, Estonia and has since then rapidly developed into a considerable new sound in the Estonian alternative music scene.
It's an Estonian punk band which was formed in the end of October of 1982. The first members were Ivo Uukkivi (aka Munk), Allan Vainola, Peep Männil and Villu Tamme.
Home page: http://www.zone.ee/velikijeluki/
Riho Sibul is the leader of Ultima Thule, an Estonian rock band. Formed in 1986, they have been one of the country's most influential bands of the 1980s and 1990s. Their style combines blues-rock with either witty or poetic lyrics, often incorporating elements of Estonian folk lore and traditional music.