Progressively power pop with all sorts thrown in. ..
The Beatersband from Italy. They rearrange american songs from 50s & 60s in a Punk rock&roll Key.
Helena Del Pilar
She grew up in the home of Moisés Lorenzo Campo Loaiza, who was one the pioneers of radio in the Department of La Guajira Colombiana. In her early years Helena was moved by Moises Lorenzo Campo Loaiza's passion for MUSIC! This inspiration drove Helena to win many song competitions including El Cactus de oro, Festival of Youth Performers, Looking for Stars and others. In 2018, Helena began a media tour to the countries where her music is gaining more fans daily. She has traveled to Mexico, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Aruba and the United States with more tours planned in 2019.
Since 2007, creating good music. Vanilla Base restart again this year to play their best songs and return to the stages. Julie ,Quique, Luis, Jesus, and Manolo form this pop rock band, willing to captivate the audience with a fusion of their different styles and their musical influences. Rhythms for dancing, lyrics to listen and a lot of energy, all this with a vanilla touch… It was the end of summer 2007 when after many years together, the members of the group decided to regroup and begin to work after a break. A new vocalist and bass guitarist joined the already consolidated group which chose to recuperate some of their previous songs and leave out others, in addition to changing their name. With the incorporation of the new vocalist singer seven new songs were developed with a completely different focus and direction, giving rise to the name "Vanilla Base" with a new colour and flavour for a new journey. As the bass guitarist joined, several live performances were organized by the group including their appearance on a television show. The group then also recorded a demo CD with four songs. Its members have plenty of new ideas and plans for the future. So with this new base we would like to invite you to join us on a journey through the world of music of Vanilla Base filled with new sounds and a touch of vanilla.
One of the many things Mills and CJ haven’t missed during hiatus from the ‘music biz’. Usually a band would flash their pedigree and tell you about all the incredible things members of Vix20 achieved during their years in music. Regale you with stories of rock n roll decadence, tours and air miles…from Rick Wakeman on a beach in Tenerife to L A Reid in New York City, not to forget becoming Dutch Rock Heroes…but you probably wouldn’t believe them anyway. And so, it was 25 years after their first school band and after a period of time spent apart sheltering from the music industry, label politics and amoral men in suits, CJ and Mills quite accidentally started making music again…strictly for fun, right? Sure, right up until Mills arranged the commercial release of ‘Digital Age’. This has made CJ very angry but Mills thinks it will be fine. Each cut on the Vix20 debut album draws from their eclectic influences, and after the surprising reach of Digital Age. The second single follows up where we left off punk leaning towards pop of Me Gwanshi and the tongue in cheek power pop taking a day in the life of the commander and Chief.