Forming in 2001, The Bamboos mix together breakbeats, hip hop, funk and soul. A renowned live band, the group found favour amongst an elite of deep funk DJs including Keb Darge.
- The Band are one of the most important and influential groups of the 20th Century. They made musical history not once but twice in the 1960s.
- Surfin' American hit makers. Centred on the borthers Wilson (Brian, Carl, Dennis) and cousin Mike Love, the band defined early 60s US pop, before branching out.
- Rising from the beat scene on Merseyside these four lads went on to define the 60s and modern pop music - thereby changing the world.
- Formed from the ashes of The Housemartins, The Beautiful South were one of the most successful British groups of the 90s.
- The complexities of the music industry seem a far cry from the humble beginnings of the band in a carefully constructed shed in vocalist Paul’s parents’ back garden.
- For those who have yet to stumble across The Big Pink’s somewhat gargantuan blast, imagine The Teardrop Explodes being played by MBV whilst Suicide man the mixing desk; a concoction of sounds that man
- Studio band the Bionics make disco house on instruments..."and non-insturuments!"
- “People in the UK are a bit more excited about us, I don’t know, maybe it’s because we’re American.” This is the kind of endearing, and refreshingly honest endeavor that serves The Bird And
- The Bishops have not stopped since they started.
- Indie supergroup who released Christmas novelty song "Christmas Number One". Members include Luke Haines and Art Brut's Eddie Argos.
- American roots rockers with an almost revolving cast. Debut album 'Shake Your Money Maker' sold over 6 million copies worldwide.
- D I Y Electronica from Sheffield
- Daniel Auerbach and Patrick Carney gained inspiration for their name from a Schizophrenic friend, who dubbed those he mistrusted or disliked as “The Black Keys”.
- Bristol jazz-rock four-piece The Blessing are formed of musicians that had previously provided the rhythm section to some of music’s hottest names including Robert Plant, Roni Size and the Portishead
- It’s amazing how bands accrue legend.
- Chirpy chappies from the Britpop era
- Centred on frontman Jason Friedman, The Boggs have endured a number of line up changes since their inception in 2001. Having released two albums already, which have been critics' darlings.