Alaskan Faction is a 4 men indie, alternative group from the University of Nottingham. Really nice talented group to show the latest mix of indie and art rock. Maybe you’d call it art indie? Listen to their great song “Powerlines”, and watch the nice video!
The Cinematic Orchestra is a british jazz and electronic band formed in 1999. Refound them today and listened to many of their interesting pieces. Really like these downtempo and nu jazz songs! Have a listen to their great dreamy song “To Build A Home”:
NaamLess is a world, bollywood and dubstep project from the UK. Listen to their nice “Kehna Hi Kya” remix:
Plastic Mermaids is a band from the Isle of Wight (UK) The video for Polaroids has been taken from their EP debut EP Drømtorp that will be released on March 31st via Cross Keys Records.
Daniel Waples is a british street musician from London. He became famous while playing the hang as a street musician. Listen to him playing in a tunnel:
Dan Croll (born Daniel Francis Croll, 18 July 1990) is a British singer-songwriter born in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire, England. He moved to Liverpool when he was 18 to attend the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA). While at LIPA, he won the national Songwriter of the Year award from the Musicians Benevolent Fund and was one of eight students picked to have a one-to-one with LIPA founder Sir Paul McCartney.(wiki)
Here is his song “From Nowhere”
Matthew and the Atlas , a band from Guildford /England has been the opening/supporter act of Mumford and Sons at their tour .
Here is their song “I followed fires “
Shakin’ Stevens is a Welsh rock and roll singer. Here’s one of my favourite christmas songs: “Merry Chrsitmas Everyone“:
Merry Christmas to you and thanks for your visits, comments and suggestions! ;-)
Melanie Chisholm, better known as Melanie C, is a british singer-songwriter. She became famous as a part of the pop-girlgroup Space Girls. Listen to her song “Carolyna”:
No words. Just tribute to one of the greatest personalities of the last century.
Simple Minds (Scotland) live in 1990 with their Tribute Nelson Mandela :
The Memeza African Choir (South Africa) featuring Marika Hattingh and a group of international musicians with “The Rainbow Song”:
Johnny Clegg (UK/South Africa) with his song “Asimbonanga”, live in 1999 together with Nelson Mandela:
Trenton and Free Radical (South Africa) with their song “Mr. Mandela”:
Ciza tha Journalist (South Africa) with his song “Lion of Africa”: