1. Cat Cat formed in mid 2008. Their combination of mixed members and style allows the band to stay on a steady road of up beat 60’s psych tunes to 80’s cruising tempo’s. They’re sound has been described as a ‘a band from the past who found a massive time machine and went back to the future. Sounds old, feels new, kind of music.’ Their impressive debut release ‘Dig Mountains‘ is a sharp motorik kraut rock and cruising psychedelic trip.
Power poppin', Wilco-lovin', Westerberg-worshippin' music geeks from Sydney, Australia. OR garage rock soul from Portland Oregon http://www.myspace.com/thereservationsmusic AND from INTOTHEWOODS.TV http://intothewoods.tv/feels-like-home/episode-28 CHECK IT OUT. MUSIC MEDIA FROM THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST. YES. AND YESSSSSSS.
In 2006, Ball Park Music began to crawl as an uneventful solo adventure for singer/songwriter Samuel Cromack. In the eighth year of the Naughties, equipped with a little collection of songs, his adventure took him to Brisbane. At a serendipitous pool-party he encountered Daniel Hanson, Dean Hanson, Paul Furness, Brock Smith and Jennifer Boyce: five of the most talented and delightful musicians...EVER!
INXS (pronounced "In Excess") is a rock group formed in Sydney, Australia. The band formed in 1977 under the name The Farris Brothers. Original members included Michael Hutchence (lead vocals), Andrew Farriss (guitar and keyboards), Tim Farriss (lead guitar), Jon Farriss (drums), Garry Beers (bass), and Kirk Pengilly (saxophone and guitar). The band changed their name to INXS just prior to the release of their self-titled début album in 1980.
i am . a girl who moved from hobart to marseilles to cork to fremantle to los angeles to melbourne . after writing a million songs, having a million adventures and meeting a million lovely people, the time came to release one little EP called 'mean old clock' that day was may . 8th . 2009 . hopefully a million more to come . here's something that someone wrote about me... Leena's debut set of songs on the Mean Old Clock EP introduces a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist with a sunny exterior, and, upon closer listen, a darker core.
Darwin Smith writes, records, produces and arranges using a 4-string electric guitar in his own invented, secret tuning. Five years ago, he left Wesleyan University (and friends MGMT and Boy Crisis) to start a band in New York City. Their current live set features his original songs, harsh electronic noise, and bouts of synchronized dancing. He has been dubbed the Michael Jackson of indie rock.
We don’t always realize it here in the UK, but to musicians the rest of the world over we’re the birthplace of piano driven rock music and when a US piano rock artist gets the urge to tour overseas it seems like a great place to come, at least that’s what drove Hugo back here.
Has played across the USA from NYC to LA Hugo has performed at venues like the Viper Room, CBGBs and Schubas, festivals including MOBfest, the Red Gorilla Music Festival and the LAUNCH music conference topping it all off with multiple east coast, south and midwest tours. and now onto his 2nd UK tour.