1. Patrol are from LEVEN which is in East Fife - Scotland, UK featuring Paddy - vocals - Jock - drums - Ronnie - Guitar Stewarty - bass. Patrol released 2 demos in 1981 and 1982. The first being called "Unknown Soldiers" and the second being "Another Fiasco". In 1983 No Future Records (home to Blitz and The Partisans amongst many others) released the Tracks Nurse Nurse and Unknown Soldiers on their "Country Fit For Heroes Vol 2 compilation LP Oi 23. Other bands on that comp were ABH, On Parole, Intensive Care, Impact, Mania, Government Lies, Criminal Damage and Cadaverous Clan.
"Bouncing out of the farthest reaches of South-West London come Gold Teeth. A five piece electro-rock band. They formed in February 2008 out of the ashes of various local groups and very swiftly found that they were a perfect soundclash. Vocalist Joe da Costa is a front man as pushy as they come, bedroom techhead keyboardist Johny Tams is a producer/programmer boffin in the making, nascent guitar God Nick Rowson, bass provider George Longworth and 19 year old boy-wonder sticksman Will Ritson all disagree about more music than they agree on but when the five of them are in the room together...
Ben Gibbard (born August 11, 1976 in Bremerton, Washington) is an American musician and songwriter who has formed several indie bands. He is most notable as the lead singer of Death Cab for Cutie; his other projects include The Postal Service and All-Time Quarterback. He has also created music under his name and under the band Pinwheel. Gibbard appeared as a guest on Jimmy Tamborello's (his Postal Service collaborator) Dntel album entitled Life is Full of Possibilities (2001) - Specifically, he contributed vocals to the song "(This Is) The Dream of Evan and Chan.
Invidia are a melodic death metal band hailing from Brooklyn, New York who formed in 2000. The band was once named A Madman's Desire but quickly switched to Invidia, which is Spanish for envy/jealousy. They play melodic death metal with many leans towards thrash metal. Influences include In Flames, Opeth, Sodom, Soilwork, Exodus and many other bands.
Chromatics originally hailed from Seattle as a quartet featuring vocalist Adam Miller, drummer Hannah Blilie, guitarist Devin Welch, and bassist Michelle Nolan. That lineup debuted in 2002 with a Calvin Johnson-produced 7" on Gold Standard Laboratories -- a split with Die Monitr Batss -- and followed with the similarly GSL-issued Chrome Rats Vs Basement Ruts LP. While Chrome Rats was critically hailed, Chromatics couldn't keep it together, and Miller was soon the only member in good standing (Blilie, Welch, and Nolan went on to form the similar-sounding Shoplifting).
There are two (or more) musical projects called Broken Strings: 1. Broken Strings from Olympia, WA is the brainchild of Adam Croce, formerly of Tommy Lasorda/Los Rabbis, who recorded the entire Broken Strings LP as a form of rock'n'roll therapy after a period of hospitalization. After having been traded throughout the world on mixtapes and CDrs, 'Broken Strings' finally saw release on True Panther Sounds in 2008.
Hailing from the Northwest, Beefy is a massive presence in the nerdcore hip-hop scene. Since 2005, Beefy has been pushing his positive, pop culture influenced message worldwide, beginning with his debut The Whitesican EP. Never afraid to make references to X-Men comic books or video game vixens, Beefy has also found a way to create his own style backed by pop, rock, and hard powered rap production.
Forming from the ashes of Boanthrope/Boann Trio, this inventive Post-Hardcore quartet are keeping the 90's Washington/Louiseville/Chicago triangle scene-sound alive. Demo to be posted up soon!
There are at least three Hemingways. One is a Seattle-based noise / rock duo. The other is from Temecula, California. http://www.hemingwaymusic.com/ Also, Hemingway is an electronic artist who resides in Toronto, Canada. http://www.myspace.com/djhmway Formed April 2004 The band members have known each other since their youths and played together early in their careers before forming other bands and eventually returning to reform as mature experienced musicians as Hemingway
Soundgarden is a Seattle rock band who helped to define the sound that came to be called grunge. Despite starting years earlier, and having a sound that more closely resembled Black Sabbath or Led Zeppelin than their contemporaries, they are usually considered one of the "big four" of the '90s Seattle grunge bands, along with Alice in Chains, Nirvana and Pearl Jam. The band was formed in 1984 by Chris Cornell (vocals, and originally drums) and Hiro Yamamoto (bass), to be joined later by Kim Thayil (guitar) and Scott Sundquist (drums).