Ivy is an American indie pop band composed of a trio of musicians, Adam Schlesinger, Dominique Durand, and Andy Chase.
John Craig is an American indie pop artist based in Portland, Oregon. John's solo project "John Craig & The Weekend" was formed in Portland in 2009. Craig gained notoriety in the Portland music scene for his 2009 single "Ticking" which was featured in the motion picture Tucker & Dale vs. Evil (2010 Sundance Film Festival Selection) Sundance Film Festival) along with "Trouble." The film also screened at the 2010 South by Southwest Music & Film Festival (SXSW). John's debut Umlaut EP has garnered industry buzz thanks in part to reviews by the Willamette Week, Rob Cullivan of the Portland Tribune, and Andy Valentine of the Eugene Weekly. "Ticking" has also been prominently featured on Portland's 94.7 KNRK and 101.9 KINK.
Mette Lindberg (born December 2, 1983) is a Danish vocalist for psychedelic pop group The Asteroids Galaxy Tour, paired with songwriter/producer Lars Iversen. The band has produced two studio albums to date, Fruit and Out of Frequency.
Laura Barrett is a Canadian indie pop singer-songwriter, best known for incorporating the kalimba into her music. In addition to her solo work, Barrett has also performed as a member of The Hidden Cameras, Henri Fabergé and the Adorables, Woodhands and Sheezer.
David Conway (born 1963) is an Irish author and former musician. He is best known as the original vocalist of the alternative rock band My Bloody Valentine, which he formed in 1983 with guitarist Kevin Shields and drummer Colm Ó Cíosóig. In 1987, during their minor underground success, Conway left the band and was replaced by Bilinda Butcher.
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