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Late of the Pier

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Biography by Jason Lymangrover

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Dananananaykroyd

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Dananananaykroyd are an indie rock band which formed in 2006 in Glasgow, Scotland. The band currently consists of Calum Gunn (vocals, drums), Duncan Robertson (guitar), David Roy (guitar), Ryan McGinness (bass), John Baillie Jr. (vocals) and Paul Carlin (drums).

Original singer Giles Bailey left after the release of the bands first two singles and was replaced by Gunn. Drummer James Hamilton left the band after the release of their debut EP “Sissy Hits”. Bassist Laura Hyde left the band in June 2009.

In 2006 Dananananaykroyd released two limited edition 7” singles, “Totally Bone” and “Some Dresses” on Moshi Moshi and Jealous Records respectively. A Japan-only CD EP, collecting both singles, was later released on Tokyo’s Klee/Rallye records. Singer Giles Bailey left the group and was replaced by drummer Calum Gunn while John Baillie Jnr joined the band on drums and additional lead vocals.

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You Say Party! We Say Die!

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Biography by Stewart Mason

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The Be Good Tanyas

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Biography by Erik Hage

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The Weepies

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The Weepies are a pop rock band from Topanga, CA.

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The Rifles

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The Rifles (formed in 2004) are an English rock band from London, UK. They are heavily influenced by The Clash, The Jam and 90s Britpop. Their debut album “No Love Lost” was released on 17 July 2006. Their highest charting single is ‘Repeated Offender,’ which reached #26.
The band’s current line-up is as follows:
Joel Stoker
Luke Crowther
Robert Pyne
Grant Marsh
They released their delayed second album entitled Great Escape on 26th January 2009 (originally scheduled for 13th October 2008 release), which peaked at 27 in the UK charts and reached the number 2 slot in the UK indie charts. The first single from the album ‘Fall To Sorrow’ was also released that day.

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The Hampdens

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The Hampdens are an Alternative band from Australia.

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Lhasa de Sela

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Lhasa de Sela is a world artist from Montreal, QC.

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Kinky

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Kinky is an alternative/electronica band from Monterrey, Nuevo León Mexico.

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Junkie XL

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Junkie XL is a one-man musical revolution.
 
The Junkie XL moniker began with 1997's Saturday Teenage Kick. Solo efforts that followed were 2000’s Big Sound Of The Drags and 2003’s Radio JXL: A Broadcast From The Computer Hell Cabin. Radio JXL included collaborations with Depeche Mode’s Dave Gahan, Gary Numan, The Cure’s Robert Smith and Public Enemy’s Chuck D. The U.S. release included the breakthrough remix of Elvis Presley’s 1968 single, “A Little Less Conversation,” marking the first time the Presley Estate ever granted permission to any producer to retouch any Elvis material. The track, originally created for a 2002 Nike World Cup Commercial, went on to be featured in several films, including Ocean’s Eleven. The song became a #1 hit in more than 20 countries worldwide.
 

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