|Genres||Experimental music, Alternative music|
Tigermilk is the solo project of Chilean singer-songwriter Paulina "Kuky" Tala.It was started in 2005, and in 2006 Tigermilk's debut EP The Departure"was released, followed by the 2007 album Social Songs from the Woods. As an independent project based in Santiago, Tigermilk has released several other songs as downloadable content on Myspace and Bandcamp. Tala cites Suzanne Vega, Kings of Convenience, Múm, The Cardigans, Cocteau Twins, The Cranberries, Zero 7, and Lemon Jelly as her influences.
In 2011, the album Turi was under production, with the track "Talátur" being released the same year. The album featured collaborations with a number of international artists: Paul Arnusch (Faunts, The Whitsundays) recorded the backing vocals for "Talátur", while Nathan Larsons from the Swedish-American band A Camp produced the song in his New York City studio. The final touches for the track were made in Los Angeles by producer Tom Biller (Warpaint, Karen O, Beck, etc.).
Since 2012, the project has been on hiatus.
The Juliana Theory is an American rock duo from Greensburg and Latrobe, Pennsylvania, United States. They signed to Tooth & Nail Records, and later to Epic Records for the release of the album Love. They released four studio albums before disbanding in 2006. The band has since reunited three times; once in 2010 for eight shows, again in 2017 for a tour celebrating their 20th anniversary along with 2019, Brett Detar and Joshua Fiedler announced a tour, together with the Spill Canvas, performing Juliana Theory songs acoustically. In 2020 The Juliana Theory announced signing with Equal Vision Records and released their debut EVR single "Can't Go Home" on November 20, 2020.
Brendan Michael Perry is a British singer and multi-instrumentalist best known for his work as half of the duo Dead Can Dance with Lisa Gerrard.
Still Remains is an American metalcore band from Grand Rapids, Michigan. They formed out of previous local bands Shades of Amber and Unition. They released three studio albums, Of Love and Lunacy, The Serpent and Ceasing to Breathe, both to positive reviews, and had minor UK chart success with the single "Dancing with the Enemy". They disbanded in mid-2008, but reunited for one final show in March 2011. In May the band announced that the reunion would be permanent.
Punchline is an American rock band from Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania, United States, that was formed in 1998. The band released its seventh full-length album, Thrilled, on December 4, 2015, on InVogue Records.
Lazlo Bane is an alternative rock band from Santa Monica, California, United States. They are well known for collaborating with former Men at Work member Colin Hay, and providing the song "Superman" as the theme for the television show Scrubs.
Cherry Ghost were an English music group which began in 2005, first as an alias for singer-songwriter Simon Aldred as a solo artist, before morphing into a full band. Their debut album, Thirst for Romance, was released in July 2007 and entered the UK Album Charts at No. 7. It was nominated for an Ivor Novello award as well as winning Aldred an Ivor Novello for best song "People Help the People". A second album, titled Beneath This Burning Shoreline, was released in July 2010 to positive critical acclaim. Aldred, under the moniker Out Cold, released a solo album titled Invasion of Love in September 2013, featuring a markedly synthpop sound. Cherry Ghost released their third and final album Herd Runners in May 2014; Aldred last performed with Cherry Ghost in 2016 on the Marc Riley Show on BBC Radio 6 Music.
Ilya are a duo from Bristol, England. The band consists of Joanna Swan and Nick Pullin.
Crippled Black Phoenix are an English rock band, founded by Justin Greaves in 2004. Several musicians have contributed to Crippled Black Phoenix's albums and played with them during their live shows.
Working for a Nuclear Free City was an indie nu gaze band from Manchester, England.
Let the Dominoes Fall is the seventh studio album by the American punk rock band Rancid. It is their first album of new material in nearly six years, following 2003's Indestructible, and their first with drummer Branden Steineckert, who joined the band in 2006 after the departure of founding drummer Brett Reed.
Parabelle is a Canadian rock band that initially formed in 2007 as a side project by Kevin Matisyn, the former lead singer of Evans Blue, and Kenneth Nixon of Framing Hanley. Following Kevin Matisyn's departure from Evans Blue in 2008, Parabelle was formed into a full band and has undergone numerous line-up changes since then. The band's first release was a double album entitled A Summit Borderline/A Drop Oceanic on July 6, 2009. With the subsequent addition of Kyle Mathis and Aaron Burton, they released their second album Reassembling the Icons on November 15, 2010. An acoustic album, These Electric Pages Have Been Unplugged, featuring studio acoustic tracks, was released on May 24, 2011. The band released a third studio album,Your Starry Eyes Will Never Make Us Even, on August 21, 2012. The band released a fourth and fifth studio album, The Kill Plan in 2016 and The Rose Avail" in 2019.
Two Minute Terror is the second studio album from the British industrial music/hard rock band Sunna. The album was released on 6 October 2009 in the United States and the United Kingdom on an independent label. It was the first album by the band in almost ten years.
Franck Rivoire, better known by his stage name Danger, is a French electronic musician.
Anthony Jenkins, better known as P.D.A. is an American pop/hip hop artist and producer from Tulsa, Oklahoma. The name P.D.A. stands for Public Display of Afflection. He has been named one of Tulsa's Most Influential People in 2007, 2008, and 2010
Teresa Bernabé, better known as Tibi & her cello, is a Spanish cellist and singer-songwriter who combines voice and cello.
We Rule the Night is the fourth studio album by Swedish metalcore band Sonic Syndicate. The album was released on August 27, 2010 through Nuclear Blast and was produced by Toby Wright. We Rule the Night is the first full-length release by the band to feature the vocals of Nathan James Biggs who replaced former singer Roland Johansson who left the band in 2009. However, it is also the last album to feature founding members Richard and Roger Sjunnesson, who both left the band in October 2010 and May 2012 respectively. The band toured Europe to support the album with the "We Rule the World Tour", starting on September 15, 2010 with Christoffer Andersson standing in for Richard.
Stepdad is an American electronic/pop band based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The group consists of Mark "ultramark" Tafel, Ryan McCarthy, Nathan K, and Ben Weissenborn Their sound has been described as "8-bit power pop".
Windsor Airlift is an American ambient post-rock band formed by brothers Andy Johnson and Tony Johnson, and Adam Young. The band, to date, has released six studio albums, eight extended plays, one live album, and multiple singles.
"We are an instrumental post rock band. We love Jesus Christ. We love music. We love you." - Windsor Airlift
20 Minute Loop was a San Francisco-based band notable for its self-proclaimed "freak-pop" sound which exhibited hook-heavy tunes and complex vocal harmonies.