Formed at Westminster University StealthDisco are a four piece dance rock band who have recently reached critical acclaim when when 'These Ideas' was played as a "hottest track in the world" on Steve Lamacq's Radio 1 'In New Music We Trust' show. The band are curently auditioning for a drummer and planning the release of "These Ideas" Check them out at: myspace.com/ stealthdisco and check out their side projects at: myspace.com/ stezzydjs - stealthdisco djs - electro ghetto tech allstars myspace.com/ unklebuck - Alex's Dj project.
Now into their their sixth year as a band, A LOSS FOR WORDS is ready to break out with a second release early this Summer. Powerful, heavy and fast guitars, Punchy drums and heavy hitting vocals. Constantly winning over new fans with their intense live performance and Mikey Fresh's good looks. They are always on the go, playing countless shows to support the release of their debut E.P "These Past 5 Years", out off of Rock Vegas Records. In under two months they sold over a thousand copies. They hang somewhere in between Hot Water Music and Rufio, with their infectious hooks and melodies.
Slayer is an American thrash metal band from Huntington Park, California, formed in 1981. The band was founded by guitarists Jeff Hanneman and Kerry King. Slayer rose to fame as one of the leaders of the American thrash metal movement with their 1986 release, "Reign in Blood", which has been called "the heaviest album of all time" by Kerrang! The band was credited as one of the "Big Four" thrash metal bands, along with Metallica, Anthrax, and Megadeth.
Gavin Kaufman is a Northamptonian born singer/songwriter/musician/producer. He currently lives in Liverpool, UK. He has just completed his debut solo EP after ending his previous band GK & The Renegades. Kaufman's new EP can be heard right here on last.fm.
Beginning on the piano at the age of four, Royal Wood became a multi-instrumentalist by his early teens. In fact, any instrument he could get his hands on was explored and devoured. His school's music program had a sign-out policy for any instrument smaller than the tympani - and they all found their way home to his bedroom. Even the drums came home for the summer months. 'Self-taught one-man musical master and Toronto native Royal Wood's third album is set for release Jan.
more to be announced (always spelled in lowercase) is a band from Newfoundland who are known for their lengthy tour schedules and almost omnipotent presence in the realm of live music. They play an eclectic range of music: from jazz and blues to rock and metal, from rap and r'n'b to calypso and tango.