From Melbourne, Australia, Beaches are Antonia Sellbach (Love of Diagrams) on guitar and vocals, Alison Bolger (Panel of Judges) on guitar and vocals, Ali McCann on guitar and vocals, Gill Tucker (Spider Vomit) on bass and vocals and Karla Way on drums and vocals. Their debut, self-titled album, released in November 2008, 'reflects the shared musical loves of Beaches, from 1960s hit parades to 1970s psychedelia, shoegaze to prog, southern boogie to krautrock.'
A13 is a DJ from Melbourne, Australia who is highly regarded as one of the most exciting new DJ/producers to emerge on the ever expanding Australian Bass Music scene. With 10 years of DJ experience under his belt and co-running club night Heavy Innit!!, A13 has helped introduce to Melbourne, Australia the Dubstep and Future Beat sound that have spawned from underground studios all over the globe.
Tim Hart (9 January 1948 - 24 December 2009) was an English folk singer and multi-instrumentalist, best known as a founding member of electric folk band Steeleye Span. Tim Hart was born in Lincoln. His father, Rev. Canon Dennis Hart, was the vicar of St Saviour's in St Albans. Hart began his life as a musician performing with the Rattfinks, St Albans School's second band, the first being The Zombies. In 1966, he began performing with the Blackpool born Maddy Prior, touring English folk clubs. In 1968 and 1969 the duo recorded two albums: Folk Songs of Olde England, (Volumes One and Two).
Mark Maher (aka Kram) is the drummer/singer of Australian band Spiderbait. He also appeared at the 2004 benefit concert for the South-East Asian tsunami, Wave Aid, as a member of supergroup The Wrights who performed Stevie Wright's 3 part classic, "Evie". When it came time to cut a solo album, Spiderbait’s co-vocalist and percussive lynchpin Kram had a deceptively simple philosophy. “I wanted it to be like a radio station where all the songs sound like different bands but its all played by one person,” he explains.
Guineafowl is an unsigned six-piece band from Sydney, Australia. The music video for their single, Botanist, was featured in Rage's Top Fifty Clips of '09.
Sex Appeal without the gimmicks - these girls don't need to rely on common girl-band cliches to get their message across. The show speaks for itself, and songs of debauchery and mayhem are more biographical than hypothetical. Five girls who came together through Melbournes best RnR venue, Cherry Bar, unwittingly form the sexiest "paint-melting" lineup since The Runaways. More than just pretty faces, Bunny Monroe deliver fast, chaotic balls-to-the-walls (or should that be boobs to the walls?) rock music and a wild live show - the Girls wanna be her and the boys.