This young musician/ singer (born in San Antonio, TX during 1996!) may be meddling in a musical genre which will be frowned upon by many of our readers, but when those same people will listen to Victoria's material for the first time, I doubt very much that they will mind continuing to listen to her “Pop” tunes!
Fair Play is the instrumental musical project of Swedes Mats Sannetorp (guitarist/ keyboardist; been in several bands over the years, with a preference towards Hard Rock and Blues – other band: Sannetorp Bluesband) and Leif Carlsson (studio technician/ producer, also plays guitar & keyboards; been in several bands, the last being Magic, active in the '90s), both from Brunflo, a small town situated some 15 SW from Östersund (Jamtlands Ian, Middle of Sweden).
Fair Of Freaks was originally conceived as a covers band by guitarist Lars Boquist in 2008.
Since the release of their previous album (review by yours truly posted 05/06/2010 – still available in this website's archives files), Germany's prime Horror Punk act The Other went through some changes, introducing Viktor Sharp into their line-up as their new bassist.
This collaboration “project” came forth from the solo outings of Finnish top bassist Jan-Olof Strandberg (born in 1956, he listened to the likes of The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull and Black Sabbath as a young teenager, and picked up abass at age 14 to fool around with his friends; he then studied music at the Pop-Jazz Conservatoire in Helsinki, and pursued music studies at Helsinki's Music Conservatory, switching to upright bass; it was then that he
The idea for this Finish Progressive Rock band was born in March 2006. Drummer Kimmo Pörsti (a founding member of the band Mist Season, and drummer of The Samurai Of Prog) had found out that his friend Pirkko Sahli had written several texts, and asked to see 'em.
Madrid (Spain), somewhere in 2010...Gabriella de Val (vocals), Alfonso Samos (guitar), and Davic Erick Criado (keyboards), whom had formerly been in a band together, meet again after a long time for a meal. Memories were rekindled, common grounds found again...and as a result the three of 'em decided to go on with the Melodic Rock project they had begun back in the days.
After his previous album, October 2010's Lighthouse (review by yours truly was posted somewhere...in January 2011), Gerald Krampl went on the lookout for a violinist to create the string sounds he used to bring to his music through the means of keyboards, as he was attempting to make his next album sound more like a Neo-Classical/ Ambient Chamber music experience.
Singer / guitarist Daniele Murroni started this band back in 2006, to express his need to play the kind of pure Rock 'n' Roll without frills he liked best. He found bassist Alberto Trentanni and drummer Luca Romanò shared his musical views, and rather than complicate things, the band stayed in that power trio format.
Anyone hungry for some late '60s – early '70s styled acidic and raw energetic Psychedelia? Find your fill with the coming to light of Aqua Nebula Oscillator's third album, their Pee Wee Records debut!