1. Knightlife is an Australian House DJ from Melbourne signed to Cutters Records. Biggest record is "All Systems". Remixes include tracks from Alex Gopher, Cut Copy, Bag Raiders and Midnight Juggernauts. http://www.myspace.com/dancewithknightlife 2. Knightlife is an American Pop Band signed to Blisstunes Recording Corp. and based in Los Angeles, Ca. Knightlife "Idol Maker" In a land far far away, somewhere on the gritty streets of Hollywood...
Regular John guitarist Brock Tengstrom remembers one family gathering where he was primed to meet his cousin’s boyfriend: “He’s in a band,” Tengstrom’s folks told him. Turns out the weird skinny guy with big sunglasses and black fingernails was Grinspoon frontman Phil Jamieson, pre-Guide to Better Living. “He gave me a copy of that Green EP,” recalls Tengstrom, “and I taught him how to play a few Nirvana songs.”
There are at least 10 artists with this name: 1) Samsara is a small Indie/Noise band from Freiburg, Germany. In its current constellation "Samsara or the breakdown of everything that might have been real" exists since November 2005. They compose music you might call "Indie-Noise". In addition, they are not a cover band, never were, never will be.
2) Samsara a French Oriental/Post-Rock band from Toulouse. 3) Samsara is a hardcore band from Australia.
Geordie Little writes his own fingerstyle compositions which incorporate contemporary classical compositions with offbeat rhythmic tapping and discordant open tunings. Starting off busking and playing at wineries around the Adelaide Hills in South Australia, Geordie recorded his debut album "Neukölln" in Berlin as well as the film "the Stoop Sessions", both released early 2012.
At present, James is working on an upcoming album for release in 2011. One project, titled JAMES REYNE SINGS THE KING has James performing and re-interpreting 14 classic Elvis Presley songs. The album TCB was released in April 2010. A dedicated website has been set up to support the project. http://www.jamesreyneTCB.com 2007 saw the release of James 8th Studio album. "EVERY MAN A KING" closing a 30-year circle since James first led Australian Crawl into the front line of the Oz rock boom.
Short Stack is a pop group from New South Wales, Australia, which formed in 2005. The band started when its three members, Shaun Diviney, Andy Clemmensen and Bradie Webb met at Hunter School of the Performing Arts. That year, they entered Youthrock, a competition for school-based bands. They failed to pass the first round of the competition, which motivated the band to work harder and subsequently placed 3rd when they entered in 2006.
It didn't take long before Josh's unique voice and song writing style, influenced by the likes of Elliott Smith, Evan Dando, and Sparklehorse, began to find favour amongst music tastemakers, critics and Triple J listeners. The first taste, the assured 'Kids Don't Sell Their Hopes So Fast', found high rotation on Triple J and soon 'Silver' and the gently sweeping 'Doldrums' followed to similar praise and airplay. These tracks are now available on the CD 'Recordings 2003-2005' through The Million records.
Don't Close Your Eyes, Killing With a Smile, Horizons and Deep Blue. Parkway Drive formed in the summer of 2003, their name coming from the street they used to practice on in their home town of Byron Bay, Australia. Not long after they had formed, they released a split EP with Adelaide band I Killed The Prom Queen who have since disbanded. Later that year, the band also made an appearance on the Byron Bay Hardcore compilation What We've Built, preceded by their debut EP, Don't Close Your Eyes.
01) REASON (BUFFALO, New York) Reason is a Straight Edge hardcore band from Buffalo, NY featuring former members of The Control, Dead Hearts, Halfmast, Plagued With Rage, Still Ill, They Live, No Reason and No Time Left. http://www.myspace.com/reasonstraightedge
_________________________________ 02) Reason (HUNGARY) was founded in 1994 by Attila Horváth, Gábor Dudás and Attila Barna. The early days were characterised by an experimenting attitude towards music, however, in three years’ time the band developed its own style.