English musical groups

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  2. English musical groups by genre 12 views

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    Music in Bristol

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  1. 10CC



    10cc are an English art rock band from Manchester who achieved their greatest commercial success in the 1970s. The band initially consisted of four musicians—Graham Gouldman, Eric Stewart, Kevin Godley, and Lol Creme—who had written and recorded together for some three years, before assuming the "10cc" name in 1972.

  2. 2 Bad Mice

    2 Bad Mice


    2 Bad Mice were a breakbeat hardcore group formed in England in 1991, composed of Sean O'Keeffe, Simon Colebrooke, and Rob Playford, the latter the owner of the Moving Shadow record label. 2 Bad Mice were credited as among the first UK hardcore acts to begin incorporating breakbeats into their style. They were a staple on the early to mid 1990s hardcore scene, and were instrumental in the music's steady mutation into jungle/drum and bass.

  3. 4 Poofs and a Piano

    4 Poofs and a Piano


    4 Poofs and a Piano are a British-Australian covers band formed in 2000. They were the house band on the BBC One chat show Friday Night with Jonathan Ross throughout the show's run from 2001 to 2010. As the name suggests, they are four gay men who sing to piano accompaniment.

  4. 4hero



    4hero are an electronic music group from Dollis Hill, London, comprising producers Mark "Marc Mac" Clair & Dennis "Dego" McFarlane. While the band is often cited as "4 Hero" or "4-Hero", the name is presented as "4hero" on their own albums and websites.

  5. 52nd Street

    52nd Street


    52nd Street were a British jazz-funk and R&B band formed in Manchester in late 1980. Throughout the 1980s the group enjoyed success not only in the UK but also on the Billboard chart in the United States. Their biggest and best-known hit single was "Tell Me (How It Feels)", released in 1985 by the 10 Records subsidiary of Virgin Records in the UK, and then months later on in 1986 on MCA Records in the US.

  6. 7th Heaven

    7th Heaven


    7th Heaven is a British remix and music production team founded in 2008, releasing their first single in the same year. Producing mainly uplifting house and dance-pop music, the duo are best known for remixing mainstream pop and RnB tracks as well as producing some Cover version's of original tracks.

  7. 808 State

    808 State


    808 State are a English electronic music group, formed in 1987 in Manchester, taking their name from the Roland TR-808 drum machine and their common state of mind. They were formed by Graham Massey, Martin Price and Gerald Simpson, and they released their debut album Newbuild in September 1988.

  8. A.r. Kane

    A.r. Kane


    A.R. Kane (or A R Kane or A.R.Kane) were a British dream pop duo consisting of Alex Ayuli and Rudy Tambala that formed in 1986. Their name was partially derived from their first names, the "A" in Alex and the "R" in Rudy. The duo hailed from East London. Ayuli and Tambala were also part of the one-off recording collective MARRS, which included the group Colourbox, in 1987. Their song "Pump Up the Volume" became a surprise worldwide number one chart hit.

  9. A Silent Film (band)

    A Silent Film (band)


    A Silent Film are an English alternative rock band from Oxford. The band consists of Robert Stevenson (vocals/piano/guitar), Ali Hussain (bass) and Spencer Walker (drums). Their first album, The City That Sleeps, was released on 6 October 2008, with one reviewer describing it as "a surefire winner".

  10. Above the Ruins

    Above the Ruins


    Above the Ruins were an English Post-punk band fronted by Tony Wakeford.

  11. Abrasive Wheels

    Abrasive Wheels


    Abrasive Wheels are a punk rock band of the late 1970s – early 1980s. They hailed from Leeds, England and were seldom out of the Independent charts between 1980 and 1984 when the band split. The band were Shonna Rzonca – vocals, Dave Ryan – guitar, Harry Harrison – bass, Nev Nevison – drums. In 2002 the singer Rzonca reformed the band with new members.

  12. Academy 23

    Academy 23


    Academy 23 was a British experimental music project created by Andy Martin and Dave Fanning, immediately after disbanding their former group The Apostles. Founded in London in 1989, the band released music primarily on audio cassette, as part of the cassette culture movement. They disbanded in 1999.

  13. Add N To X

    Add N To X


    Add N to (X) were an English electronic music band formed in London in 1994. The original members were Andrew Aveling, Barry Smith (aka Barry 7) and Ann Shenton. Steven Claydon replaced Aveling in 1997.

  14. Afterlife (musician)

    Afterlife (musician)


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  15. Akahum



    AKAHUM is the brainchild of David Unlimbo, accompanied by Zoltan Finger, Zenga Bloem, Charlie Rascal and Mark Mindflux evolving from 90's space rock jam band Unlimbo.

  16. Akrylykz



    The Akrylykz (originally Akrylyk(z) Vyktymz) was a British ska band, formed by members of Hull School of Art in Kingston upon Hull, that featured Roland Gift (later Fine Young Cannibals) originally as a tenor saxophonist, but his role later expanded to frontman and lead singer. Other members of the group were Steve Pears (vocals, tenor saxophone), Stevie "B" Robottom (vocals, alto saxophone, keyboards), Wojciech "Piotr" Swiderski (drums), Michael "Fred" Reynolds (bass), and Nik "Akrylyk" Townend (guitar).

  17. Alabama 3

    Alabama 3


    Alabama 3 is an English band mixing rock, electronic, blues, country, gospel, and spoken word styles, founded in Brixton, London in 1995. In the United States, the band is known as A3, allegedly to avoid any possible legal conflict with the country music band Alabama. The group achieved international fame when the producers of hit TV series The Sopranos chose the track "Woke Up This Morning" for the show's opening credits.

  18. Alianza



    Alianza were a unique Anglo-Chilean collaboration between three British musicians, Steve Knightley, Phil Beer, and Dave Townsend, and three exiled Chilean musicians, Sergio Avila, Mauricio Venegas and Vladimir Vega. The group sought out the common rhythms, themes and melodies to produce a blend of songs in English, Spanish and both languages, as well as dance music from both sides of the Atlantic. In 1992, the group produced the eponymous album Alianza, which included a number of songs that later became part of the repertoire of Show of Hands, the acoustic roots duo formed by Knightley and Beer.

  19. Almighty Records

    Almighty Records


    Almighty Records is a British recording label and remix production team founded in 1989, releasing their first single in the same year. Producing mainly Dance-Pop and Hi-NRG music, the label is best known for releasing remakes and remixes of mainstream pop songs. Many people have been involved with Almighty in the production of music over the years, often credited as Almighty Associates, which can refer to anything from one to 50 people.

  20. Amateur Transplants

    Amateur Transplants


    Amateur Transplants is fronted by London based, British comedian, Adam Kay who specialises in musical parodies. For several years, he was accompanied by Dr. Suman Biswas (born c. 1978). The band's official website states that 'Locum Amateur Transplant Suman Biswas appeared with Adam for a few years, but is now back to healing the sick and lame'. However, Suman noted in June 2012 that "Basically Adam told me last year that since I wasn't free to tour, he was going to take over Amateur Transplants, solo". Amateur Transplants came to prominence in 2005 with a song about the London Underground, parodying the Jam song "Going Underground". They regularly perform live, and have been recommended by Time Out, including several successful years at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

  21. Amazing Blondel

    Amazing Blondel


    Amazing Blondel are an English acoustic progressive folk band, containing Eddie Baird, John Gladwin, and Terry Wincott. They released a number of LPs for Island Records in the early 1970s. They are sometimes categorised as Psych folk or as Medieval folk rock, but their music was much more a reinvention of Renaissance music, based around the use of period instruments such as lutes and recorders.

  22. Any Trouble

    Any Trouble


    Any Trouble are a British rock band, originating from Crewe, England, best known for their early 1980s recordings.

  23. Apartment


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    Apartment were a Post Punk band formed in Bristol, UK in late 1978. Fronted by Alan Griffiths -Vocals/Guitar, with Emil on Drums and Richard White playing Bass. They appeared on Heartbeat Records 1979 seminal 'Avon Calling' Bristol Compilation album with the track 'The Alternative'. In 1980 they released a double A-sided single 'The Car / 'Winter' also on Heartbeat. They were later joined by Steve Street from Europeans on Bass.

  24. Arnold


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    Arnold were a three piece alternative rock band from London, England, formed in 1996, who released two albums on Creation Records.

  25. Art Bears

    Art Bears


    Art Bears were an English avant-rock group formed during the disassembly of Henry Cow in 1978 by three of its members, Chris Cutler (percussion, texts), Fred Frith (guitar, bass guitar, violin, keyboards) and Dagmar Krause (vocals). The group released three studio albums between 1978 and 1981, and toured Europe in 1979.

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