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Skunk Anansie (UK)

Skunk Anansie is a British rock band, led by vocalist / guitarist Deborah Anne Dyer (b. 3 Aug 1967, Brixton, London, UK - aka Skin). Other members included Richard Lewis (bass - aka Cass), Martin Kent (guitar - aka Ace), Mark Richardson (drums - replaced Robbie France). They débuted with the track Little Baby Swastikkka (1994, One Little Indian). The group broke up in 2001 and reformed in 2009. Their latest release is the album "Black Traffic" (Sep 2012)

They were named after the West-African folk tales of Anansie the spider-man, with "Skunk" added to "make the name nastier". They were sometimes grouped as part of a Britrock movement, running alongside Britpop. They were labelled a "political" band, but the group has emphasize...

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The Pearl Harts (UK)

The Pearl Harts https://www.thepearlharts.com/ Tiny tiny girls that looked like giants on stage... all you can think to do is ask them out for ice cream - and all they want to do is wreck your house and firebomb your car...." The bond between The Pearl Harts https://www.thepearlharts.com/ existed before they had even played together. Meeting on the road whilst playing in other bands, Kirsty and Sara ran away from their previous lives and now describe themselves as 'outlaws'
With less than a handful of releases under their belt this DIY band have already made a name for themselves with their wild attitude, DIY spirit and incredible live shows. Described as “the love-child of PJ Harvey and Nine Inch Nails” and “Black Sabbath played b...

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