• The Mamas & the Papas

    California Dreamin' The Mamas & the Papas

    The Mamas & the Papas

    The Mamas & the Papas (credited as The Mama's and the Papa's on the debut album cover) were a leading vocal group of the 60s from New York. The group recorded and performed from 1965 to 1968, releasing five albums and charting ten hit singles that hold up as well today as they did back in the sunshine era. While spending relatively a short time in the realm of popular music, some group members have pointed to their short time in the spotlight as a reason why they still have loyal fans today. Read more on Last.fm

  • Pleasure Seekers

    What A Way To Die Pleasure Seekers

    Pleasure Seekers

    There is more than one artist with this name. The Pleasure Seekers were an all-girl band from Detroit featuring the Quatro sisters, who released two 7" singles in the 1960s. They are noted for being the first band Suzi Quatro performed in. The band also includes her sisters Patti and Arlene Quatro. Michael Gira initially intended for his post-Swans project to be called The Pleasure Seekers, but upon learning of the original group changed the name to The Angels of Light. Read more on Last.fm

  • The Mysterines

    So Long (6 Music Session, 10th June 2024) The Mysterines

    The Mysterines

    Formed in Liverpool, in 2016 -- with members originating from the nearby Wirral area -- the angst-ridden, grunge-inspired indie quartet are fronted by vocalist, guitarist, and primary songwriter Lia Metcalfe, taking influence from acts such as Hole and PJ Harvey. Metcalfe's father, Andrew, fronted the local act Sound of Guns -- and later, Guide -- and so was on hand to teach her chords when she showed interest in the guitar at the age of nine. Surrounded by music from an early age, forming a band seemed like a natural progression. Read more on Last.fm

  • The Mysterines

    Sink Ya Teeth (6 Music Session, 10th June 2024) The Mysterines

    The Mysterines

    Formed in Liverpool, in 2016 -- with members originating from the nearby Wirral area -- the angst-ridden, grunge-inspired indie quartet are fronted by vocalist, guitarist, and primary songwriter Lia Metcalfe, taking influence from acts such as Hole and PJ Harvey. Metcalfe's father, Andrew, fronted the local act Sound of Guns -- and later, Guide -- and so was on hand to teach her chords when she showed interest in the guitar at the age of nine. Surrounded by music from an early age, forming a band seemed like a natural progression. Read more on Last.fm

  • The Mysterines

    Stray The Mysterines

    The Mysterines

    Formed in Liverpool, in 2016 -- with members originating from the nearby Wirral area -- the angst-ridden, grunge-inspired indie quartet are fronted by vocalist, guitarist, and primary songwriter Lia Metcalfe, taking influence from acts such as Hole and PJ Harvey. Metcalfe's father, Andrew, fronted the local act Sound of Guns -- and later, Guide -- and so was on hand to teach her chords when she showed interest in the guitar at the age of nine. Surrounded by music from an early age, forming a band seemed like a natural progression. Read more on Last.fm

  • Jayda G

    If Only We Knew (From the Documentary Film "Blue Carbon") Jayda G

    Jayda G

    Jayda G is a Canadian music producer and DJ that moves back and forth from Vancouver to Berlin. She produced her first release under the Australian label, Butter Sessions, and now Jayda G has started a new record label project called Freakout Cult. The label is co-produced with Sex Tags Mania co-founder, DJ Fett Burger. The inspiration for forming their own label came from the Freakout Cult club night that Jayda G and DJ Fett Burger hosted in Vancouver. Read more on Last.fm