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Danny and the Champions of the World

Danny and the Champions of the World are a heartland rock and soul band. Formed in London during the summer of 2007 by Danny George Wilson, the band have since released six studio albums and one live album. The bands name is an allusion to the no ...

                                               

Deep Cut (band)

Deep Cut are a London-based rock group, featuring former Revolver singer/guitarist Mat Flint, Emma Bailey, Simon Flint, Ian Button and Pad Bailey. Mat Flint also played bass guitar for Death In Vegas 1996–2005, along with Ian Button, who played g ...

                                               

The Display Team

The Display Team are a six-piece independent progressive punk band from South-East London, UK. According to Orange unsignedAct, the group "has appealed to legions of brave ears, enabling the band to tour the UK and Europe several times, at clubs, ...

                                               

E-Zee Possee

E-Zee Possee were an English electronic music group, active between 1989 and 1991, made up of vocalists and musicians, and led by MC Kinky. She was a rapper and friend of Boy George, and E-Zee Possee were promoted by Georges label, More Protein.

                                               

Elviss

Elviss were a West London-based British alternative rock band, who were active during the mid-2000s releasing only one album titled Dead Cat and Sharksick in 2004. The album was due to be released in 2003 after the release of their third single " ...

                                               

Emperor Yes

Emperor Yes are a band from London. They have released three singles and an album. They have toured with Emmy the Great and Tim Wheeler, and Tall Ships. For both the singles "Wasps", which has been used as the opening theme to the podcast No Such ...

                                               

Everybody Was in the French Resistance.Now!

Everybody Was in the French Resistance.Now! are a band dedicated to writing responses to popular songs, featuring Eddie Argos of Art Brut and Dyan Valdes of The Blood Arm. They have released one album, Fixin the Charts, Vol. 1 in 2010.

                                               

Fans of Kate

Fans of Kate describe themselves as a "haircut band from London", and they toured the UK between May 2004 and December 2005. They played guitar and piano driven pop-rock and cited influences such as Blur, Radiohead, Grandaddy and Broken Social Scene.

                                               

Films of Colour

Films of Colour are an English alternative rock band, formed in 2008 at the Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford, Essex, England. They originally started gigging under the name of Spires but as there were other bands already established by ...

                                               

Fin (band)

fiN is a British rock band formed in South West London, Surrey, England in 2011. The band consists of Luke Joyce Jonny Garner, Kerry Lambert and Simon Harding. fiN began releasing music in October 2011 with a debut Double A side single The Artisa ...

                                               

Flash Fiktion

Flash Fiktion formed in 2009 by Matt Bishop and Ollie Thomas. The group released its first single, "Leni" in the summer of 2010. The single became playlisted and featured as Hot Single Of The Week on XFM Radio. Following single Capsules Of Sun qu ...

                                               

Former Utopia

Former Utopia is a rock band from London, in the UK. They formed after meeting at a Silver Jews gig in 2006. The band toured the UK with Julie Doiron in 2009 and with smallgang 2011 and Europe with Shonen Knife in 2012. They have also shared stag ...

                                               

FranKo

FranKo are a pop/rock/alternative band from South London, England. The group consists of Tommy Bastow, Richard Craker, Chris Gilbertson and Richard "Ricky" Rayner on the Drums. 2011 saw them enter the inaugural Online Music Awards, where they wer ...

                                               

Freestylers

The Freestylers are a British electronic music group, consisting of producers Matt Cantor and Aston Harvey. They have released five studio albums and a number of mix compilations for, among others, Fabric and BBC Radio.

                                               

Future Signal

Future Signal are a drum and bass group from London, UK. Composed of Tom Parkin, Mike Quick and James Gorely they have been releasing their music since 2006. They have celebrated releases on Subtitles, Freak Recordings, Habit and Disturbed Record ...

                                               

The Godfathers

In 2008, the band reformed with its original line-up. In March 2009, the band announced a change with Del Bartle returning to replace Kris Dollimore. Grant Nicholas later replaced George Mazur on drums, and Mike Gibson also left the band. In 2010 ...

                                               

Goldhawks

Goldhawkss name is taken from Goldhawk Road near Shepherds Bush in West London. The vocalist and guitarist are brothers. Frontman Bobby Cook had initially started a career as a solo singer/songwriter, releasing the singles "Gone So Far", "Deja Vu ...

                                               

Guiye Frayo

Guiye Frayo is a London-based Argentine indie duo consisting of members Guillermo Martinez Ipucha and Veronica Santillo. Their music has elements of different styles combining pop, rock, psychedelic, electronica, dance and experimental to create ...

                                               

Gwalia Male Choir

Gwalia Male Choir is a male voice choir based in London. Founded in 1967, it is one of Londons oldest male choirs. Gwalia is an archaic Welsh name for Wales. It meets and rehearses every week in the building in which it was formed, the London Wel ...

                                               

Hard Corps (English band)

Hugh Ashton, Robert Doran and Clive Pierce were introduced to chanteuse Regine Fetet, who, having never sung before had an enigmatic, fragile human voice which mated perfectly with the sound the three British sound engineers were creating. Hard C ...

                                               

The Heliocentrics

The Heliocentrics are an English, London-based musical collective, combining funk, jazz, psych and library influences based around drummer and producer Malcolm Catto, Bassist Jake Ferguson, Guitarist Adrian Owusu and multi-instrumentalist Jack Yg ...

                                               

Henrys Final Dream

Henry’s Final Dream were a 1980s London post-punk band who played the college circuit and recorded two EP’s with the Eskimo Vinyl label. They took their name from the cult movie, Eraserhead. Their sound was described by Paul Morley of New Musical ...

                                               

Hey Negrita (band)

Hey Negrita is an English country blues band formed in London in 2002. They were named after the song "Hey Negrita", from the 1976 album Black and Blue by the Rolling Stones. The band, which consists of Felix Bechtolsheimer, Matthew Ord, Neil Fin ...

                                               

Hijack (group)

Hijack were a British hip hop group, hailing from Brixton, London, featuring Kamanchi Sly, DJ Supreme, DJ Undercover, Ulysses, Agent Fritz and Agent Clueso. Their first single, "Style Wars" caught the attention of the British hip hop community. T ...

                                               

The History of Apple Pie

The History of Apple Pie were an English rock band from London. They released their debut album Out of View on 28 January 2013, which went in at number 8 in the UK Indie Breakers Chart, and number 2 in the UK Record Store Chart.

                                               

History of Guns

History of Guns are an English cross-genre group combining elements of industrial, punk, big beat, electronica, goth, edm, rock and avant-garde from Hertfordshire, England. The current members are Del Alien, Max Rael and Jamu. Their name comes fr ...

                                               

Indigo Moss

Simon Moss - Mandolin 2005–2007 Lil Daisy Moss - Bass guitar 2005–2007 Hannah-Lou Moss - Vocals, banjo, guitar B Moss - Drums 2005–2007 Trevor Moss - Vocals, guitar, banjo, mandolin

                                               

Infadels

Infadels were a London-based indie-electro band signed to the Wall of Sound record label. Infadels were founded in 2003 by Alex Bruford, Matt Gooderson and Bnann Watts, who were joined shortly afterwards by Dead at Thirty founder Richie Vernon an ...

                                               

Inheaven

Inheaven were a four-piece alternative band from South London. Formed in 2014 The band released their first single Regeneration in 2015 via Julian Casablancas label Cult Records. The single was supported by BBC Radio 1/BBC6 Music DJs Annie Mac, P ...

                                               

Jackviper

Jackviper is a hard rock band formed in London, UK in 2005 and active until 2009. Jackviper has supported Vixen and both incarnations of L.A. Guns on national UK tours. Jackviper is the first unsigned band in history to have a full song pre-loade ...

                                               

The Karminsky Experience

The Karminsky Experience Inc. is a DJ and recording artist duo consisting of James Munns and Martin Dingle. Munns and Dingle began spinning together in small London nightlife locales during the early 1990s, and had a long running, successful circ ...

                                               

Killing Miranda

Killing Miranda were a British-based musical group initially playing gothic rock, later introducing more industrial and metal influence into their sound.

                                               

The Koreans (band)

The Koreans were a four-piece indie rock band from London, England active between 1998 and 2004. Their music has featured in the HBO television series Entourage, The O.C. and the Juiced video game soundtrack.

                                               

Le Volume Courbe

Le Volume Courbe is a band by French-born, London-based singer/songwriter, Charlotte Marionneau/Charlotte Courbe. "Le Volume Courbe" was a name of a sculpture by a friend of Marionneaus, Marcel Marionneau, a French sculptor living in the region o ...

                                               

London (punk band)

London is a four-piece punk band formed in London in 1976, best known for their wild stage act. The original line-up was Riff Regan, Steve Voice, Jon Moss and Dave Wight. They were managed by Simon Napier-Bell and recorded two singles, a 4 track ...

                                               

Loom (band)

Loom are an English rock band formed in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire in 2012 and based in London. The band consists of vocalist Tarik Badwan, lead guitarist Joshua Fitzgerald, rhythm guitarist Matt Marsh, bassist Harry Badwan, and drummer Samuel ...

                                               

Lowgold

Lowgold were an English indie rock band formed in 1997 in St Albans, comprising vocalist and rhythm guitarist Darren Ford, lead guitarist Dan Symons and bassist Miles Willey. The band originally claimed that the word "lowgold" was derived from a ...

                                               

Mamas Gun

Mamas Gun is a five-piece London based band whose fourth album," Golden Days”, was released in 2018 on their independent label Candelion. Their first album" Routes to Riches” successfully broke them in Japan where they became the most played inte ...

                                               

Me and the Mountain

Me and the Mountain is a rock band from London that formed in late 2009. They released their debut single "Hands To Yourself" on 25 October 2010 with a promo video directed by Oliver Nias of Intrinsic Pictures. The video accumulated a number of p ...

                                               

Medusa (band)

Formed in Blackburn, Lancashire in spring 1998, by guitarist and vocalist Julian Molinero whilst still at school. Over the next several years, the band went through many line up changes and claimed to have been banned from the majority of venues ...

                                               

Melt Yourself Down

Melt Yourself Down are a London-based band who incorporate elements of North African musical styles, punk, jazz and funk. Founded in January 2012, the band is led by saxophonist Pete Wareham, former leader of now defunct jazz/punk band Acoustic L ...

                                               

Mika Bomb

Lead singer Mika Handa arrived in London in 1998, with the goal of playing in a punk band. Recruitment for the band began with the arrival in London of the guitarist Agi Chinese: 龙宽 Long Kuan, who later gained broad fame in the electronic duo ...

                                               

My Drug Hell

After a brief stint in the band Chelsea, Tim Briffa formed the Atomic Vicars with Paul Donnelly on bass and Chris Argyrou on drums. They released one 7" single after which Argyrou left to be replaced by Joe Bultitude and soon after they changed t ...

                                               

My Tiger My Timing

My Tiger My Timing was a five-piece new wave pop band from New Cross in south-east London formed in 2008. Their music was described by NME.com as "tribal electro like a south London Gang Dance" and by Clash as "alternative pop with a dark heart t ...

                                               

New Build

New Build are a British electronic music band based in London. The band consists of Hot Chip members Al Doyle, Felix Martin plus composer Tom Hopkins. Their first album Yesterday Was Lived and Lost was released in the UK on 5 March 2012. Their se ...

                                               

Opus III (band)

Opus III was an English electronic music group who had success on the UK Singles Chart and on the U.S. Dance charts. The group consisted of vocalist Kirsty Hawkshaw and producers/musicians Kevin Dodds, Ian Munro and Nigel Walton. The group member ...

                                               

Orphans & Vandals

Orphans & Vandals was an English indie rock band based in London. The band was formed by Al Joshua and Raven. Gabi Woo, Quinta and Francesca Simmons were the other three band members. Quinta and Francesca left the band shortly after the release o ...

                                               

Phronesis (band)

Phronesis is a Jazz trio, formed in 2005 by Danish bass player Jasper Hoiby, the piano trio is completed by British pianist Ivo Neame and Swedish drummer Anton Eger. Phronesis have been described by Jazzwise magazine as "the most exciting and ima ...

                                               

Pork Dukes

The band was originally composed of twin brothers and former Gnidrolog members Colin Goldring vocals / guitar and Stewart Goldring guitar / vocals using the pseudonyms Vilos and Horrendus Styles, respectively – alongside Scabs aka Rick Kemp of St ...

                                               

PragVEC

PragVEC was a post-punk band from London, formed in 1978. The band name was a contraction of the two words "pragmatism" and "vector", chosen at random.

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