British jangly pop group The See See recall the hey day of Rickenbacker guitars, with their shimmering indie sound.
Eternal Summers are an American two piece who play jangly pop reminiscent of the 60s golden era of the Beach Boys and the Lovin' Spoonful mixed with a lo-fi K Records aesthetic.
Blending the sun-kissed grooves of The Beach Boys with the garage strut of The Zombies, Violens look set to be yet another New York band to get a little excited about.
Already a huge success in the U.S.
BLK JKS came to the US in the spring of 2008 after a chance meeting with über-producer Diplo while he was on tour in South Africa.
With two albums to their name to date, Poni Hoax make danceable indie-rock for the masses. They are... Laurent Bardainne (keyboards) Nicolas Ker (lead singer) Nicolas Villebrun (guitar)
Longview are a London-based four-piece who fuse towering orchestral pop with folk and epic guitar assaults. Currently working on their second album, the follow-up to 'Mercury'.
The Sunshine Underground are a Leeds-based band playing a variety of punk, funk and indie. Their debut album, 'Raise the Alarm', was released by City Rockers on August 28, 2006.