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Dissident Prophet

Dissident Prophet is an apocalyptic indie rock band from Birmingham, England. They have released six albums so far; Were Not Grasshoppers, in 1996; with a follow-up, 21st Century Spin, released in 2002; Modern Man, in 2005; Weapons of Mass Decept ...

                                               

Friends of the Stars

Friends of the Stars, originally known as Buick 6, formed in Birmingham in the late 1990s and quickly became a popular live band associated with the burgeoning alternative country movement and known for catchy, classic songwriting and soaring thr ...

                                               

TheLights

TheLights are an English pop band from Birmingham, UK. The five-piece consists of Shaun Kelly, Liz Sheils, Dan Tombs, Gary Worton, Warren Meadows. "Teenager of the Century", the bands debut album, was released in October 2011 and recorded over th ...

                                               

Plutonik

Plutonik formed in 1999 in Birmingham UK. Comprising Chrissy Van Dyke, Alan Rowe and James D, the bands music is described as a blend of beats, breaks and urban jazz vocals. Their songs have drawn comparisons with the likes of Tricky, Massive Att ...

                                               

Poppy & the Jezebels

Poppy & the Jezebels were a pop band based in Birmingham, United Kingdom. Members were Mollie Kingsley, Miss Amber Bradbury, Poppy Twist, and Dom Vine.

                                               

SHVPES

SHVPES are an English metalcore band from Birmingham, England. Originally formed in 2009 under the name Cytota, they changed their name in 2015. They are signed to Spinefarm Records/Search and Destroy Records. In 2016 they released their debut re ...

                                               

The Chefs

The Chefs were an English indiepop/punk band which formed in Brighton, Sussex, England, in 1979, relocating to London in 1981, and finally splitting up in 1982. The band consisted of Helen McCookerybook, Carl Evans, James McCallum and Russell Gre ...

                                               

Clearlake (band)

The band formed in 1999, and released their debut single, "Winterlight", in January 2000. The limited edition release was awarded Single of the Week in a number of music publications, gained airplay on Radio 1 as Mark and Lards record of the week ...

                                               

Dear Prudence (band)

Dear Prudence released a new track in August 2012 which was made available on Facebook as a free download. Coming Apart Again’ was added to the BBC Radio 1 playlist on 20 August, the same week as the band’s appearance on the BBC Introducing stage ...

                                               

The Dials

The Dials are a British band formed in 2002 in Brighton, England. Their music is a mixture of psychedelia, country and rock. The Dials released their debut self-titled album in 2007, which Americana UK describes as "A sprawling stylistically dive ...

                                               

The Electric Soft Parade

The Electric Soft Parade are an English psychedelic pop band from Brighton, comprising brothers Alex and Thomas White, the creative core of the band, as well as a number of other musicians with whom they record and perform live, most recently inc ...

                                               

Fighting Fiction

Fighting Fiction were a British punk rock band based for most of their career in Brighton, driven by core members Jacob Glew and Andrew Cooke. The band received notable attention from Mike Davies BBC Radio 1s Punk Show and Tom Robinson BBC Radio ...

                                               

Fujiya & Miyagi

Fujiya & Miyagi are a British group formed in Brighton, East Sussex, England, in 2000. The current line-up consists of David Best, Stephen Lewis, Ed Chivers, Ben Adamo and Ben Farestuedt. They have released eight studio albums: Electro Karaoke in ...

                                               

The Ghost of a Thousand

The Ghost of a Thousand formed at Christmas time 2004 in Brighton and began touring extensively, playing alongside Blood Red Shoes, Poison the Well, This is Hell, Gallows, Alexisonfire and Cancer Bats among others. In February 2007 the band relea ...

                                               

Kovak (band)

Kovak is a British band based in Brighton. The band originally consisted of Annelies Abby Van de Velde, Karl Bray, Darren Dazza Bray and Jonny Scafidi. Scafidi left the band in 2015 to pursue his dream of running a fish and chip shop. Their work ...

                                               

Metronomy

Metronomy are an English electronic music group formed in 1999. The current band consists of Joseph Mount, Oscar Cash, Anna Prior, Olugbenga Adelekan and Michael Lovett. Their music consists of vocal and instrumental electronic pop music. Mount a ...

                                               

The Miserable Rich

The Miserable Rich are a chamber pop band, formed in 2007 and based in Brighton, England. The band has a chamber orchestra sound, created using cello and violin as the primary lead instruments, augmented by double bass, acoustic guitar and occasi ...

                                               

The Mummers

The Mummers are a band based in the English seaside town of Brighton, centred on London-born singer/songwriter Raissa Khan-Panni, composer Mark Horwood, producer/writer Paul Sandrone and co-producer/manager Alastair Cunningham.

                                               

Once Over

Once Over were a ska punk band formed in October 2003 in Brighton, UK. The band played their last gig on 22 February 2009 to a sold out crowd at the Prince Albert, Brighton. Throughout their time as a band, Once Over achieved large critical accla ...

                                               

The Physics House Band

Formed in 2012, the band comprises multi-instrumentalists Sam Organ and Adam Hutchinson and drummer Dave Morgan, who met while studying at University in Brighton, and were initially members of a five-piece band. The band name is taken from an Ale ...

                                               

The Popguns

The Popguns are an English indie rock band, which played a part in the British jangle pop scene. Originally from Brighton, East Sussex, they formed in 1986 by vocalist Wendy Morgan, guitarists Simon Pickles and Greg Dixon plus bassist Pat Walking ...

                                               

Porridge Radio

Porridge Radio is a British DIY music band formed in Brighton in 2015. They are fronted by vocalist, songwriter and lead guitarist Dana Margolin. The other members are keyboardist Georgie Stott, bass guitarist Maddie Ryall and drummer Sam Yardley ...

                                               

Sharkboy

Sharkboy are an alternative rock band from Brighton, England, formed in the early 1990s by Avy, the lead singer, songwriter and guitarist. They released two albums in the mid-1990s and the current outfit consists of 3 of the original members: Avy ...

                                               

Aspects (band)

The band formed in 1996 and were once part of a larger collective of artists known as FSH Fantastic Super Heroes. Aspects, formerly Earthbound Aspects, were born of the Hip Hop movement in their native city and the cultures well documented renais ...

                                               

Claytown Troupe

The Claytown Troupe were formed in 1984 in Bristol by lead singer Christian Riou, who claimed in an NME interview that a local clairvoyant advised him to form a band called "the Clayton Troop" who would have success internationally & spend time i ...

                                               

Electric Guitars

Electric Guitars were an English band formed early in 1980 by Neil Davenport and Richard Hall who were both studying English at Bristol University. The band soon increased to a five-man line-up, with Andy Saunders, Matt Salt and Dick Truscott, th ...

                                               

Glaxo Babies

Glaxo Babies are a Bristol-based post-punk band, formed in late 1977. There were three distinct phases in the bands life and after initially breaking up in 1980, they reformed in 1985, only to finally break up again in 1990. The band reformed onc ...

                                               

New Rhodes

New Rhodes were a British indie-pop four-piece. The band was formed in 2001 when James, Joe and Jack were students together at John Cabot CTC. During their early years the band were based in their hometown Bristol but moved to Hackney, London in ...

                                               

Roni Size & Reprazent

Roni Size & Reprazent are a British drum and bass group fronted by Roni Size. Their debut album New Forms won the Mercury Music Prize in 1997. Their follow-up album In the Mode featured artists including Rahzel, Zack de la Rocha of Rage Against t ...

                                               

Sneaky Bat Machine

Sneaky Bat Machine were a Bristol, UK based Cybergoth band who gigged heavily and released one album in the late 1990s. The band consisted of Sneakybat, Crash, and Maxislag. Maxi was later replaced by Doktor A after he left to join Katscan. The b ...

                                               

Trust Fund (band)

Trust Fund was a musical project founded and led by Ellis Jones whilst living in Bristol in the South West of England. Both on recordings and live the band also featured a rotating lineup of musicians to fill out the sound. They released four ful ...

                                               

Cantabile (group)

They were formed as a student group whilst studying at Cambridge University in 1977. Initially their influences were The King’s Singers and The Songs of Yale, but they soon developed their own unique style of musical comedy. They turned professio ...

                                               

Harvey and the Wallbangers

Harvey and the Wallbangers were a 1980s jazz vocal harmony group, playing major festivals and the main Concert Halls in Europe and the UK, such as the Royal Albert Hall, Sadlers Wells, The Forum, Ronnie Scotts and the Berlin Tempodrom. The group ...

                                               

Isaacs Aircraft

Isaacs Aircraft are an English indie rock band from Cambridge, England. The band consists of Zak, Martin, Calum and Adam. The band have won a major music industry award, the indie/rock award at The Peoples Music Awards in 2011. Their win received ...

                                               

Cambridge choirs

                                               

Anti-Pasti

Anti-Pasti are a British punk rock band, founded by vocalist Martin Roper and guitarist Dugi Bell in 1978, featuring Kev Nixon on drums and Will Hoon on bass guitar. Later they were joined by a second guitarist, Ollie Hoon. Their first album, The ...

                                               

The Enemy (UK punk band)

The Enemy formed in early 1980 in their local youth club, with several changes of personnel before they stabilized the following year as Mark Woodhouse vocals, Steve "Mez" Mellors guitar, Steve ODonnell bass, and Mark Herrington drums. They playe ...

                                               

Lightyear (band)

Lightyear is a seven-piece UK ska punk band, formed in 1997 in Derby. They were part of a UK music scene that mixed ska punk with other genres including funk, indie-rock and hip-hop. The band signed to Household Name Records in 2001, and released ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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