Patrick Junior C. Okogwu (born November 7th, 1988 in Plumstead, South London), better known by his stage name Tinie Tempah, is a rapper, MC and CEO of Disturbing London Records. Tinie gained national acclaim and chart success upon the release of his major label debut single Pass Out which debuted at #1 on the UK Singles Chart in March 2010. His debut album, titled Disc-Overy, is due for release in the UK on October 4th.
Hip shakin’ sun soaked bearded garage surf rock, washed up with a fresh love for whiskey wisdoms and one night stands. These romping dead beats are all about getting people off there seats, with shimmy sounds, just hanging to get stomped to the ground. ‘no shirt no shoes no worries’
The Axemen is a New Zealand band formed around 1981 in protest against the South African Springbok rugby team tour of New Zealand, a tour which created great controversy, especially as was in contradiction to New Zealand’s obligations under the Gleneagles Agreement. The Axemen played in Chch Cathedral 1981 in response to the Springbok tour. They also played at the protests for homosexual law reform in 1983, with member Little Stevie McCabe being severely beaten up in the Cathedral Square, Christchurch, toilets.
Tom was a strummer. Jo was a drummer. Tom and Jo jammed in Jo's living room. Tom and Jo had fun and they thought their music was alright. Tom and Jo recorded a few songs, and decided they should be a band called Big Scary, even though it's not very big, or scary. ...Pleased with their efforts with these songs, Tom and Jo decided to record a few more, and make a mini-EP. Tom and Jo then uploaded some of these for your listening and downloading pleasure. The EP as a whole received single of the week in Beat and the band were described as "talented and fearless".
3 blokes from melbourne, old enough to know better but to young to stop. impure rock fury, been practicing for years and from the sounds of it need a couple more.... songs about cars, sheds, motorbikes, shouting at your kids/ being shouted at by your kids, riding motorbikes, being drunk, shit jobs, being hungover and a few sad songs about not being drunk... this is the soundtrack to coming home at 3am and tripping over the couch.
His "Fram/Iddy" release on one of the finest labels going, Hessle Audio, caused quite a stir in the UK underground with gossip mongers sparking off false rumors that it was an alias for Hessle Audio co-founder, Ben UFO. his cold, percussive productions have grabbed the attention of not only Hessle Audio but legendary record label R&S Records, Who released his "Bohla EP" in March 2011. His song "Getting Me Down" was named Resident Advisor's best single of 2011.
Asteroid B-612 is the home of the Little Prince in Antoine de Saint-Exupery's children's story The Little Prince. No less than two bands have borrowed the name: 1. Punk, Sydney.
Formed in 1992 in Sydney and quickly became mainstays of the then-burgeoning Melbourne punk scene, sharing a sweaty Detroity rock aesthetic, as well as gigs, with bands like Hoss, Bored!, The Powder Monkeys and Seminal Rats. Have sporadically recorded and toured to a devoted fanbase ever since.
Black Flag meets Fugazi.