Sexy Sushi

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Sexy Sushi

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Sexy Sushi

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Guive Feat Professor Liv High-Nantes 2013

Guive Feat Professor Liv High-Nantes 2013

Guive Feat Professor Liv High-Nantes 2013

Guive Feat Professor Liv High-Nantes 2013

Guive Feat Professor Liv High-Nantes 2013

Guive Feat Professor Liv High-Nantes 2013

Guive Feat Professor Liv High-Nantes 2013

Guive Feat Professor Liv High-Nantes 2013

Shannon Wright-Bdx 2013

Shannon Wright-Bdx 2013

Balthazar-Bdx 2013

Balthazar-Bdx 2013

Alpha Blondy

Alpha Blondy

The Datsuns

In 1995, while still at school, Rudolf de Borst (vocals, bass), Phil Somervell (guitar), and Matt Osment (drums) formed a band under the name Trinket. Christian Livingstone joined the band in 1997 as a second guitarist. They entered and won the 1999 89FM Battle of the Bands competition in Hamilton, New Zealand. By 2000 the band had renamed themselves The Datsuns. In August 2000 they released their first single, "Super Gyration!," on 7 inch vinyl only. In July 2002, after featuring several times on John Peel's programme on the UK's BBC Radio 1 and being hailed as "the future of rock" by the British music press, the band signed with the V2 record label. Their self-titled debut album made a strong impression in the UK, as well as in Australia and New Zealand. The Datsuns toured Australia in 2002 with Melbourne band The Specimens and The Casanovas as well as playing a live to air on PBS radio. The Datsuns won numerous awards over this period, including NME 's 'Best Live Band' and New Zealand Music Awards for 'Best Album', 'Best Group' and 'Breakthrough Artist'. They played Ozzfest in 2003 on the mainstage alongside the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Marilyn Manson, Korn and Disturbed. They also played the main stage of the 2004 and 2009 Big Day Out festival and opened for Metallica in their Australian tour in 2004. Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich had previously praised The Datsuns on the revival debut of Headbangers Ball before playing their video for "In Love." Their second album, Outta Sight, Outta Mind, was produced by Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones. It did not receive the same praise as the first, as critics gave it only a lukewarm response. In October 2006, the Datsuns came back with Smoke & Mirrors, heralded as a return to form in Australia and New Zealand. The album was met with generally positive reviews, although it was not reviewed as widely as the band's first two efforts. After the release of the third album, drummer Matt Osment was replaced by Ben Cole. The Datsuns went on a New Zealand tour with Shihad during the Christmas/New Year's period 2006/07. The band then completed a tour of Europe to promote Smoke & Mirrors. Although they played mostly locations they previously had not, The Datsuns still managed to sell out the majority of the European dates. The band's fourth album, Headstunts (an anagram of The Datsuns), was released on 6 October 2008. The band recently toured New Zealand, Australia and America to try out new songs such as "Eye Of The Needle", "Human Error", "So Long", "Hey Paranoid People What's In Your Head", "Your Bones" and the limited edition single "Highschool Hoodlums". To coincide with the release of Headstunts, the quartet embarked on a tour of the UK and Europe. The Datsuns' fifth studio album, titled Death Rattle Boogie, was released in October 2012. The album was recorded at Gutterview Recorders in Stockholm, with additional work at Roundhead Studios in New Zealand, and was produced by former Hellacopters frontman Nicke Andersson.

Concrete Knives

Krakatoa Live 29.11.12 Some may see them as the worthy heirs to the B-52s, while others will find in their music a flavour of the early naughties New York music scene.Fronted by both male and female leads, with strong and distinctive vocal style, Concrete Knives is an anthem machine for you to chant to in unison.Their compositions dusted off Dad's vinyl records, incorporating new tones where vintage keyboards and organs fly through syncopated rhythm sections. This is indeed fresh music, carrying clean and well balanced textures. This is the scraping of a knife on concrete, a creative rupture wholly aroused by an exciting and innovative new band. On stage, Concrete Knives resuscitate the ghosts of the eighties with great energy, creating an inventive mixture of sunny pop.

Crocodiles

Crocodiles are an noise pop/indie pop band from San Diego, California, USA. The group was formed in 2008 by core members Brandon Welchez and Charles Rowell after the break-up of their former punk bands Some Girls and The Plot to Blow Up the Eiffel Tower. Crocodiles' sound has typically been likened to The Jesus and Mary Chain, The Archies, Tommy James & The Shondells, and Gary Glitter. Whilst at the same time playing in an early incarnation of Dum Dum Girls (Welchez is married to frontwoman Dee Dee Penny), Crocodiles initially gained exposure in 2008 after fellow Southern California noise pop band No Age included their single "Neon Jesus" in a list of the year's best songs. This led to the duo being signed to Mississippi-based label Fat Possum Records, who released the band's self-recorded debut album Summer of Hate, in April 2009. After touring in support of their debut full-length, the first half of 2010 saw Crocodiles go into a studio in the Mojave Desert with British producer James Ford. The resultant sessions comprise the band's second album Sleep Forever. The record was released by Fat Possum in the September of that year. In addition to their own recordings, Crocodiles have collaborated with Television Personalties' frontman Dan Treacy as well as Dum Dum Girls. Although initially gigging as a two piece, Welchez and Rowell have expanded the band to include a live drummer, bassist and keyboard player. Musicians in the live band have included members of Blank Dogs and The Slits. Outside of his activities with Crocodiles, Rowell has published a book of prose writing with Cold Cave front-man Wes Eisold, while Welchez along with wife Penny, occasionally releases records by West-Coast bands under the ZOO MUSIC label name. Crocodiles are managed by Deb Fenstermacher of Red Light Management . http://killkillkillcrocodiles.blogspot.com/

Heartbeeps

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A Place To Burry Strangers

A Place To Bury Strangers have often been called "the loudest band in New York". This may very well be the case, but unlike much so-called "loud" rock and roll that's out there, APTBS is not loud simply for the sake of it. The sonically overdriven sound they've accomplished is no clumsy accident, but a carefully cultivated and well-maintained entity all its own, fostered by an unbridled passion that's clearly evident in every live show they play and each recording they make. A Place To Bury Strangers does not so much play songs as allow them to pour out. They are songs about longing, heartbreak and confusion played extremely well and at a passionately loud volume. https://www.facebook.com/aplacetoburystrangers

Eric Truffaz-Jazz

Eric Truffaz-Jazz

Phoebe Killdeer

Phoebe Killdeer

Catherine Ringer

Catherine Ringer

The Vaccines-Bdx 2013

The Vaccines-Bdx 2013

R Stevie Moore-Bdx 2013

R Stevie Moore-Bdx 2013

R Stevie Moore-Bdx 2013

R Stevie Moore-Bdx 2013

R Stevie Moore-Bdx 2013

R Stevie Moore-Bdx 2013

R Stevie Moore-Bdx 2013

R Stevie Moore-Bdx 2013

R Stevie Moore-Bdx 2013

R Stevie Moore-Bdx 2013