2007 establishments in England

Posted Jun 19, 2011
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  1. The Verve

    The Verve


    The Verve were an English rock band formed in Wigan in 1990 by lead vocalist Richard Ashcroft, guitarist Nick McCabe, bass guitarist Simon Jones and drummer Peter Salisbury. The guitarist and keyboard player Simon Tong became a member at a later date.

  2. Florence and the Machine

    Florence and the Machine


    Florence and the Machine (styled as Florence + the Machine) are an English indie rock band that formed in London in 2007, consisting of lead singer Florence Welch, Isabella Summers, and a collaboration of other artists. The band's music received praise across the media, especially from the BBC, which played a large part in their rise to prominence by promoting Florence and the Machine as part of BBC Introducing. At the 2009 Brit Awards they received the Brit Awards "Critics' Choice" award. The band's music is renowned for its dramatic and eccentric production and also Welch's vocal performances.

  3. Mumford & Sons

    Mumford & Sons


    Mumford & Sons are a British rock band from London, formed in 2007. The band consists of Marcus Mumford (lead vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, drums), Ben Lovett (vocals, keyboard, piano, synthesizer), Winston Marshall (vocals, electric guitar, banjo) and Ted Dwane (vocals, bass guitar, double bass).

  4. Samanda



    Amanda Louise Marchant and Samantha Joanne Marchant (born 26 June 1988), better known as Samanda are a female duo, consisting of identical twin sisters who first came to fame on Big Brother in 2007, in which they jointly achieved second place.

  5. Plus One (DJ)

    Plus One (DJ)


    Jack Beats is an English electronic-music duo from London, formed in 2007 by DJ Plus One (from the Scratch Perverts) and Beni G (from The Mixologists). They are also multiple DJ champions and award-winning DJs The duo is known for wobbly basslines, big breakdowns and edgy a capellas which are cut, copied and pasted together.

  6. The Big Pink

    The Big Pink


    The Big Pink are an English electronic rock band from London, consisting of multi-instrumentalists Robertson "Robbie" Furze, Mary Charteris Jesse Russell and Free Hallas. Initially a duo, they signed to independent record label 4AD in 2009 and won the NME Philip Hall Radar Award for best new act. To date, they have released five singles, with their debut album A Brief History of Love released in September 2009 and its follow-up, Future This released in January 2012.

  7. Winterfylleth (band)

    Winterfylleth (band)


    Winterfylleth is an English black metal band from Manchester. Since their inception in 2007, the band has released four studio albums and have become a popular act in both the English underground metal scene and the wider international metal arena. Winterfylleth is self-described as "English heritage black metal" and is often considered to be musical 'brothers-in-arms' with fellow English black metal band Wodensthrone owing to the common lyrical and aesthetic themes they share. The band takes its name from the Old English name for the month of October.

  8. Addictive (British band)

    Addictive (British band)


    Addictive are an English girl duo based in Northwich, Cheshire, signed to 2NV Records, and consists of the singers, Louise Bagan and Aisha Stuart. Both girls had plenty of singing experience, honing their skills in gospel choirs and talent shows.

  9. Silent Screams

    Silent Screams


    Silent Screams is a British post-hardcore band formed in Coventry, West Midlands in 2007. The band currently consists of lead vocalist Joel Heywood, bassist and clean vocalist Tom Craig, guitarists Ozzi Osman and Sam Varney and drummer Adam Mallabone. The band released two EP: Ghosts on 2008, and Hope Is the Assurance of Fools on 2009; and two studio albums: When It Rains on 2011, and Hope for Now on 2014.

  10. Khiyo



    Khiyo (Bengali: ক্ষ) are an English fusion band of British and Bengali descent formed in London, England in 2007. The three core members of Khiyo comprises Sohini Alam on vocals, Oliver Weeks on guitar and piano, and Ben Hillard on bass.

  11. Darren Hayman & the Secondary Modern

    Darren Hayman & the Secondary Modern


    Darren Hayman & the Secondary Modern are a British band who have released four albums. Darren Hayman has previously performed with Hefner and The French, and continues to collaborate with ex-members of both bands. The name of the band refers to a type of school which existed in post-war Britain.

  12. RaVen Quartet

    RaVen Quartet


    RaVen Quartet was a London-based string quartet that performed arrangements of both classical and rock music. The quartet performed with Madness during the 2012 London Olympics closing ceremony. The group separated in 2014.

  13. Lifescreen



    Lifescreen is an English heavy-rock band from Leeds, West Yorkshire, formed in 2007. The band is made up of two former members of the alternative-metal band Nerve Engine. It is influenced by bands including Alice in Chains, King's X and Helmet.

  14. Black Cherry

    Black Cherry


    Black Cherry are a British/French electro pop band. The band was formed in London in 2007 by singer/songwriter Megane Quashie, drummer/producer Guilhem Fraisse and guitarist Robert Moore. After performing at Glastonbury 2008 on The Other Stage as well as many other festivals that year, Black Cherry release their first EP 'This is Control' in the beginning of 2009 and embarked on an American Tour. After playing a number of festivals including Hungary's Balaton Sounds the band lost guitarist Robert Moore after he died. The band's second EP "The Preface" was dedicated to his memory. After playing at Glastonbury Festival again in 2010 festival organiser Michael Eavis called them "The best looking band at the festival". In 2011 the played at South by Southwest Festival and toured America. In Summer the band announced the release of their double A-Side "One Another"/"Lost in the System" on 29 August to be distributed by Island/Def Jam Records and received positive reviews in The Guardian Newspaper. The band are currently working on a full length album.

  15. UEL Black Bulls

    UEL Black Bulls


    The University of East London Black Bulls are a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in East London, England. The club was founded in 2007 and is primarily concerned with the game of Gaelic football.

  16. Vectis Tigers

    Vectis Tigers


    The Wightlink Tigers (formerly Vectis Tigers) are an amateur English ice hockey team from the Isle of Wight, they are currently in Division 2 of the southern conference of the ENIHL. Although no promotion or relegation system exists between the leagues (apart from between the two ENIHL divisions), the ENIHL is seen as the third tier of English ice hockey. The Isle of Wight also have a team in the EPIHL called the Wightlink Raiders although they play at the same arena the teams currently are not linked in any way.

  17. Mersey Tigers

    Mersey Tigers


    The Mersey Tigers were a professional basketball team based in the city of Liverpool, in England. The club was established in 2007 as a start-up franchise of the British Basketball League, the country's elite competition. The Tigers started competing at the start of the 2007-08 season, and won the BBL Cup in their second season as well as finishing as runners-up in the league.

  18. Voodoo Johnson

    Voodoo Johnson


    Voodoo Johnson are a heavy rock band based in Birmingham, UK. Formed in 2007 they have released 3 EP’s and an album

  19. Codes in the Clouds

    Codes in the Clouds


    Codes in the Clouds are an English post-rock band formed in July 2007. Consisting of Dartford, Kent natives Stephen Peeling, Ciaran Morahan, Jack Major and Joe Power, the group plays instrumental post-rock with cinematic qualities. They are signed with the independent London-based label Erased Tapes Records.

  20. Radius (music ensemble)

    Radius (music ensemble)


    Radius is a London music ensemble founded in 2007 by the British composer Tim Benjamin. The ensemble specialises in the performance of new music from around the world (though primarily in the Western classical music tradition) written by living composers and 20th-century masters. The ensemble's artistic director is the British composer Ian Vine, a contemporary of Tim Benjamin at the Royal Northern College of Music from 1994 to 1997. Modelled on the 1960s ensemble The Fires of London, (which in turn was derived from the instrumentation of Schoenberg's Pierrot Lunaire), the core instrumental line-up of Radius is flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano, and percussion. To this instrumentation have been added trumpet, trombone, French horn, actors, and vocalists, as required for the performance of specific works.

  21. Birmingham Panthers

    Birmingham Panthers


    The Birmingham Panthers (official name Team Birmingham Panthers) was a professional basketball club in the British Basketball League. Established in 2007, the Birmingham-based franchise competed in Britain's top-tier league during the 2007-08 season, but following a disastrous season and a lack of organisation, the franchise ceased operations in 2008, lasting just one year.

  22. Rosie and the Goldbug

    Rosie and the Goldbug


    Rosie and the Goldbug are a British indie-rock trio.

  23. The Kittiwakes

    The Kittiwakes


    The Kittiwakes are a three piece British folk band. The group consists of Kate Denny on vocals and violin, Chris Harrison on accordion and Jill Cumberbatch on violin, mandolin and guitar.

  24. Wonderland (event)

    Wonderland (event)


    Wonderland is a club night concept created and developed by UK based DJ Pete Tong. In 2007 Wonderland had its debut at London's Ministry of Sound and has remained a resident party at the super club. In Summer 2008 Wonderland was launched at Eden in Ibiza where it has spent three seasons.

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