1. A Canadian folk/alternative rock band that consisted of guitarist/vocalist Tom Fidgen, drummer Mike Morrison and bassist Scott Brown.
Sunfish got together in the summer of 1993. Tom Fidgen had returned to Sydney, Nova Scotia with a handful of songs he had written during the 2 year stay in Halifax, on his way home from Toronto. Once home, he got in touch with Scott Brown, a friend from high school and roommate in Toronto, and suggested that they find a drummer and do some recording. Scott, who played bass, called Mike Morrison, and, with Graeme Porter on acoustic guitar, they started playing.
Sunfish rose to prominence beyond the local bar scene after a win in 1994′s CJCB Music Spirit East contest enabled the band to record the single “Find the Time”, produced by friend and fellow songwriter Gordie Sampson. The buzz from this recording gave the band the momentum to gather the resources needed to record their now classic CD "Mola mola". Mola mola was a hit locally and beyond, with the song “Difference“ winning Best Indie Video at the Much Music Video Awards in 1995 and receiving national rotation on popular radio.
Despite this early success the band-members chose to go separate ways in 1997.
2. A psychedelia/trance group from UK.
In the summer of 1997 Jon Kerry formed Sunfish as a live Techno / Psychedelic Trance outfit using synths, computers and projected visuals. ‘Jabber’ the first CD was released in December of that year and became an underground classic.
The band expanded to include Sacha Holloway, a storming female guitarist.. As a live act, Sunfish became big on the dance scene with their combination of live Psy Trance and interactive visuals.
Sunfish went one step further and introduced Ali Luia, a superb live vocalist. Ali brings an exciting dynamic to tight new songs with solid grooves that are guaranteed to keep an audience dancing. With Tor Rubble also providing vocals and an energy not to be missed!!
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