Lady Gaga >>


Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta (born March 28, 1986), better known by her stage name Lady Gaga, is an American pop singer-songwriter. After performing in the rock music scene of New York City's Lower East Side in 2003 and later enrolling at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, she soon signed with Streamline Records, an imprint of Interscope Records. During her early time at Interscope, she worked as a songwriter for fellow label artists and captured the attention of rapper Akon, ...

Jennie Vee >>


Jennie Vee solo project (formally Tuuli and The Vicious Guns).

All About Eve Babitz >>


Pippa and James have been working together for 10 years in various guises: Posh, Milky, and Shopgirl. Uberwensch and Dearlove saw them working seperately but now they are back together as All About Eve Babitz joined by Sefton and Daren.

Gwen Stefani >>


Gwen Stefani (born October 3, 1969) is an American singer, songwriter, fashion designer, and occasional actress. Stefani made her debut in 1992 as the frontwoman of the pop–rock band No Doubt. The release of the group's second album Tragic Kingdom (1995) propelled them to stardom and it sold more than fifteen million copies worldwide. It spawned the singles "Just a Girl", "Spiderwebs", and the airplay number-one "Don't Speak". The band's popularity went into decline...

Huski >>


Happy accidents aren’t called as much for no reason. Often from the most unlikely of sources comes something special.

So it was one night in mid 2005 when producer Pike found himself at a party in a Turkish restaurant watching an impromptu two song set by Maple Bee. Pike didn’t know anything about Maple apart from he had to work with her. Bending the truth completely he approached Maple and asked if she could sing on some tracks he had written. Pike didn’t have any songs or even a full set up...

Cakelike >>


Although it probably annos the band that everyone mentions this, the bassist is a highly recognizable face from two comedic shows. Those being "The State" which I believe came on late at night on MTV, and "Viva Variety" which had it's run on Comedy Central. I had been a fan of both shows and one late Sunday night while watching Matt Pinfield host 120 Minutes, he had mentioned this band and the bassist Kerri Kenney. I vaguely remember the video having something to do with them all in formal dress...

Marsheaux >>


Marsheaux is a Greek synthpop duo formed in Athens in 2003. The group is composed of vocalists, songwriters and keyboardists Marianthi Melitsi and Sophie Sarigiannidou. The name Marsheaux is derived from the first syllable of each band member's name. Both members sing almost exclusively in English. Andy McCluskey of OMD said about this band: "I do have a soft spot for Marsheaux I have to say. They have a certain sort of wispy, melancholic charm".

Entropia >>


The Entropia at the beginning of 2006, presenting a different idea. The songs bring melodies marked, making a trip through different styles and trends, providing listeners with a single vibration qualities they seek to give the sound a specific identity.

2007 was a great year for banda, which is gaining ever more space in the music scene. In addition to participating in numerous festivals in July, the song "Sem Medo de Cair" was chosen in the contest DEMO HITS of course to turn...

Stefy >>


“People have been trashing on pop for a long time,” announces the stylish lynchpin of Orange County’s new wave electro pop outfit STEFY. “This band’s here to bring some respect back.”

STEFY’s debut single ‘Chelsea’ fizzes with electropop brilliance, telling the tale of Stefy Rae’s boyfriend baiting nemesis. Released in the States last year, it set blogs buzzing and put the TRL kids on a path to redial meltdown.

“It’s not so much about one specific girl called Chelsea,” Stefy Rae explains,...

Altered Images >>


Scotish Pop/Punk band formed in 1979 fronted by Clare Grogan of cult film 'Gregory's Girl'.