Musical groups established in 2008

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  1. 0.8Syooogeki



    0.8Syooogeki (0.8秒と衝撃。 Reitenhachi-byō to Shōgeki., "0.8 Seconds and a Crash.") is a two member Japanese independent band, who debuted in 2009 with the single "Postman John".

  2. 1017 Brick Squad

    1017 Brick Squad


    1017 Brick Squad is an American hip hop group led by Gucci Mane that also includes Waka Flocka Flame, OJ Da Juiceman, Frenchie, Eyal da pizzadawg, Greg sugacube, and Wooh Da Kid. Slim Dunkin was one of the newest member of 1017 Brick Squad and was also signed to Brick Squad Monopoly. However, Dunkin died in Atlanta on December 16, 2011, after being shot in the chest while in his studio.

  3. 16 Bit

    16 Bit


    16bit were an electronic music and production duo from London, UK, consisting of Eddie Jefferys and Jason Morrison. They were signed to Chase & Status' MTA Records, and best known for their work with Björk.

  4. 1995 (rap band)

    1995 (rap band)


    1995 is a French rap group founded in 2008 in the southern part of Paris as P.O.S. The name was changed to "1995" in 2010 in reference to the year 1995 considered a "golden year" for French rap. The six-member group is composed of 5 rappers and one producer all coming from the 14th and 15th arrondissements in Paris. 1995 are influenced by the spontaneous and positive vibes from the 1990 French rap.

  5. 19ninetynine


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    19ninetynine are an electronic industrial band from Lancaster, UK and formed in 2008. The band consists of members Chris Wyrd (lyrics, vocals, songwriting), Andy McBain (guitar, songwriting, all production) and Róisín Brennan (synthesizers, vocals).

  6. 2AM



    2AM (Korean: 투에이엠) is a South Korean four-member ballad band under JYP Entertainment. The members are Jo Kwon, Jinwoon, Seulong, and Changmin. 2AM is one of the two subgroups branched out from the eleven-member (before Jaebeom's departure) boy band One Day, the other being 2PM. They officially debuted on July 11, 2008 on KBS's Music Bank, performing their debut song "This Song". They won their first Mutizen at Inkigayo on February 7, 2010 with "Can't Let You Go Even If I Die".

  7. 2PM



    2PM (Hangul: 투피엠) is a South Korean idol group managed by JYP Entertainment. The current members are Jun. K (formerly known as Junsu), Nichkhun, Taecyeon, Wooyoung, Junho and Chansung. Former leader Jay Park officially left the group in early 2010.

  8. A Common Year

    A Common Year


    A Common Year are an indie rock band from Indianapolis, Indiana. The band has steadily gained notoriety since the digital release of their debut album, Between Cities, in January 2010, culminating in August when their song, "Live and Learn," aired on MTV's The Real World: New Orleans. They also had their song, "Distance," featured on Teen Nick's Degrassi in 2011 for the episode, "Mr. Brightside."

  9. Aaron & Amanda Crabb

    Aaron & Amanda Crabb

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    Aaron & Amanda Crabb is a Contemporary Christian music duo.

  10. Abriel



    Abriel was an American metalcore band based out of San Francisco, California that was formed in 2008. Best known for their female vocals, mixing metalcore with pop, and their "DIY" approach to the industry funding their own tours, album releases, and marketing.

  11. Absent Elk

    Absent Elk


    Absent Elk are a British pop rock band who formed in 2008. They have released two singles to date, and released their first album in October 2009. Their cover version of Girls Aloud's The Loving Kind posted on YouTube became a small phenomenon, and led to them being invited to support Girls Aloud on the first leg of their Out of Control Tour in spring 2009. Their next YouTube cover, a rendition of Lady Gaga's Poker Face, was uploaded shortly before the announcement of a UK tour in June. The band's name comes from their Norwegian influence, as the band's lead vocalist, Kjetil Mørland, is from Norway.

  12. AC4



    AC4 is a hardcore band from Umeå, Sweden. Ex-Refused members Dennis Lyxzén and David Sandström had been talking about starting a new band for a long time. In the spring of 2008 Karl Backman had written songs for the new band and they started to rehearse. Jens Nordén had played with Lyxzén in pre-Refused straight edge hardcore band Step Forward (1987-1991) and since 1990 with Backman in punk band The Vectors. The "AC" in the name is the regional code for the Västerbotten province where Umeå is located.

  13. ACODA



    ACODA are a four-piece alternative metal band from Corby, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom. Formed in 2008, the band consists of vocalist/guitarist Damon Tang, bassist/vocalist Stephen Crook, guitarist/vocalist Jake Crawford and drummer/vocalist Jay Russell. The band are known for their energetic and emotive live shows and blending the musical influences of rock, metal, progressive metal and post-hardcore.

  14. Adorned in Ash

    Adorned in Ash


  15. Aegaeon (band)

    Aegaeon (band)


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  16. Aeon Zen

    Aeon Zen


    Aeon Zen are a progressive rock/metal band formed in 2008, led by founding member Rich Hinks. To date, they have been praised and heavily featured in the international music press, labelled by Classic Rock Magazine as 'a strong contender for best newcomer at the very, very least' and, additionally, as Progression Magazine’s selection for "debut album of the year".

  17. Afilia Saga

    Afilia Saga


    Afilia Saga (アフィリア・サーガ Afiria Sāga), formerly Afilia Saga East (アフィリア・サーガ・イースト Afiria Sāga Īsuto), is a Japanese female vocal group associated with a chain of maid cafes and restaurants called Afilia Group. Its members represent (work at) shops in the Tokyo districts of Ikebukuro, Ueno, Roppongi, and Shinjuku. The group is jointly produced by Chiyomaru Shikura and voice actress and singer Haruko Momoi. People who have written songs for the group include Tsunku and Kōsuke Ōjima.

  18. Air Dubai

    Air Dubai


    Air Dubai is a six-piece hip hop band from Denver, Colorado. The band is composed of vocalists Julian Church and Jon Shockness, with Lawrence Grivich (guitar), Michael Ray (keyboards/synth), Taylor Tait (bass), and Nick Spreigl (drums). The band is known for their highly energetic live performances and their sound has been characterized as a mixture of R&B, jazz, and alternative rock. The band was voted Westword Magazine's best Hip Hop band in their 2010, 2011 and 2012 award showcases. In December 2012 the band announced via their social media pages they had been signed to Hopeless Records.

  19. Aldious



    Aldious is an all-female heavy metal band formed in 2008 by guitarist Yoshi and vocalist Rami in Osaka, Japan. After a few member changes, they released their debut EP Dear Slave the following year and soon after formed their own record label, Bright Star Records. Their first album Deep Exceed (2010) reached the top 15 on the Oricon chart, as did their second Determination (2011). However, founding member Rami announced she was leaving the group in June 2012 for health reasons and new vocalist Re:NO joined Aldious just one month later. They produced their third album District Zero in 2013 and it became their highest-charting release to date, reaching number 7. Their fourth album, 2014's Dazed and Delight, peaked at number 20.

  20. Alejandro Toledo and the Magic Tombolinos

    Alejandro Toledo and the Magic Tombolinos


    Alejandro Toledo and The Magic Tombolinos are a multicultural five-piece band based in London, UK. Their current line-up is Alejandro Toledo (sax, vocals), Maurizio Pala (accordion), Davide Lufrano Chaves (guitar), Michele Montolli (Double Bass), and Marco Quarantotto (drums). They are known for their energetic and extravagant performances and their fusion of music genres. The music combines elements of Balkan folk with Western mainstream music, fusing classical music and rock culture, punk and other world music styles.

  21. Alex & Nilusha

    Alex & Nilusha


    Alex & Nilusha is an Australian-based musical project led by Chilean-born percussionist Alex Pertout and Sri Lankan–born vocalist Nilusha Dassenaike. The project was established in December 2008. Since then Alex & Nilusha have performed in concert and jazz clubs both in Australia and internationally.

  22. All Things New (band)

    All Things New (band)


    All Things New is a Christian Contemporary-Americana-Folk-Southern pop band from Orlando, Florida. They are on the BEC Recordings label.

  23. Allegaeon (band)

    Allegaeon (band)


    Allegaeon is an American death metal band from Fort Collins, Colorado, founded in 2008. They have released one EP and three studio albums.

  24. Allo Darlin'

    Allo Darlin'


    Allo Darlin' are an indie pop band based in London. Their self-titled debut album was released on the Fortuna Pop! label in 2010, with a second album, Europe, appearing in 2012. A third album, We Come from the Same Place, was released in autumn 2014.

  25. Alt-J (∆)

    Alt-J (∆)


    alt-J (also known as ) is an English indie rock band formed in 2007 in Leeds, England, by Gwil Sainsbury (guitar/bass), Joe Newman (guitar/lead vocals), Gus Unger-Hamilton (keyboards/vocals) and Thom Green (drums). Their debut album An Awesome Wave was released in May 2012 in Europe and September 2012 in the United States, and won the 2012 British Barclaycard Mercury Prize. Gwil Sainsbury amicably departed the band in early 2014. Their second album, This Is All Yours, was released on 22 September 2014 and went straight to UK number 1. As a replacement for Sainsbury, Cameron Knight will be a support member for alt-J's live shows, playing guitar, bass and sampler.

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