Le Tetsuo met at art school in Norwich, when it was fashionable to wear plastic grapes around your neck and drink lager through a straw. These things may or may not still be in fashion, but since then this delightful noise-pop riot-boy/grrrl three-piece have gone on to win the largest music competition in the Eastern region, share sell out stages with the likes of Prinzhorn Dance School, Screaming Tea Party, Kaito, PRE and Bearsuit, stun festival audiences in Holland...
"tipped for the top by the people in the know (thats us by the way)" - Tourdates, issue 52 'fantastically amazing' - The Justin Wayne Radio Show (www.TheJustinWayneShow.com) - issue 61 - 27th Sept, 2009 We are a 2-piece from London. We like mixing live guitars and drums with loops and samples. We like big riffs... We like beats... We like blues... We like to play loud and mix it together... A 2-piece rock'n'roll band that sound like The White Stripes playing with LCD Soundsystem and Holy Fuck.
Honeytone Cody sit somewhere between love and hate, noise and silence. A contrast of beautiful vocal melodies against jarring guitar and dynamic drum beats, the result is something that earns their music a space somewhere far, far outside of genre.
Founded by siblings Elle and Elliot Nelson and recently joined by drummer Martell James, Honeytone Cody have years of collective experience under their belts. Claiming their influences range from David Lynch to Charles Bukowski, the atmosphere created by their music truly is as varied and dark as it is confident and poetic.
Maxi Priest (born Max Alfred Elliott on June 10, 1961) is a reggae singer from England. Career Of West Indian descent, and the second youngest of nine children, he was born in Lewisham, London. He is known as the 'King of Lovers Rock'. His music is sometimes closer to R&B, and pop, than to reggae music itself. His first major album was the self-titled Maxi Priest (1988) along with his cover of Cat Stevens' Wild World established him as one of the British reggae top singers this internationally acclaimed vocalist, is the only UK reggae act to score an American Billboard Number One.
Kate Bush (born Catherine Bush on 30 July 1958 in Bexleyheath, Kent, England, now part of Greater London) is an English singer and songwriter known for her expressive four-octave soprano voice, idiosyncratic and literary lyrics, and eclectic and meticulous musical and production style. She debuted in 1978 with the surprise hit "Wuthering Heights", which was number one in the British music charts for four weeks.
In a small white room with a blue door tucked away in a leafy corner of Hackney, Robin makes music. Inspired by the timeless work of Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, and Ani Difranco amongst many others, he colours in his songs about love and life with guitar, banjo, ukulele, mandolin, piano, double bass, organ, percussion toys, and any other instuments he can afford and fit into his little studio. His music has been described as
Martin Sakutu (Vocals), Bob Tollast (vocals), Al Green (Bass), Olly Puglisi (guitar), Charlie Andrew (Drums), Mark Rainbow (Keys), Tom White (Percussion) Recommend going to see them! Shake!
Kleinzeit are a London based band. The current members (Bill Kenny - guitar and keys, Vince Stephen - bass and vocals and Harpal Mudhar - drums and percussion) have been playing together since 2009. Their first record, From Hospital, was completed in late 2010.