We enjoy eating sausage sandwiches, wearing old mens clothes (except Jack who looks like a 80's German) and dancing like twats. You might have guessed how much we like the seminal TV program, Brass Eye. We also love occasional sunglasses. Ray Winstone once said we sound like the Jam, because "your hair looks like jam".
Ravage! Ravage! is an electronic-pop threesome from The Netherlands. They “eat glass candy, swing like Siouxsie and splice their synthpop with distorted guitars”, and, according to Dutch online multimedia channel 3voor12, bring "Ibiza entertainment from hell".
The Clik Clik, creating an infectious, blend of hip-hop, fast moving indie music, with hint of funk.
Bringing to life the sound of West London in an explosion of groovy colour.
Formerly known as Stefan Abingdon. On the 5th November 2008, The Clik Clik posted a blog on their MySpace profile stating that they had decided to call it a day and try something different.
A boy and girl duo from London who were on safari for just one year from 2006 to 2007. They specialised in lo-fi pop, along themes of the common ground between animals and humans, and the dangerously fine lines people cross every day. Hellion played keyboards and bass, while Dan The Carnivore sang and played guitar and bass.
A three piece Manchester band (Frankie Ross - vocals, Martyn Anderson - synths/drum machine, Emma "Reece" Leatherbarrow- vocals ), reminiscent of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Le Tigre and B-52s. Signed to Sony BMG / Deltasonic.
Don't press play before checking your volume levels,
Tiger Force are likely to blow out your windows. Carried through incomprehensibly hip label Marquis
Cha Cha 'A Wasp In The Jar' punches from the first
Some might have you believe, in 2006, that you don’t have a voice in an English music scene as chained to the kitchen sink as it has been in years unless you’re gruffly reveling in the mundane trials and pitiful pleasures of the daily grind. Not so Twisted Charm.