Hotei (pronounced "hoe-tay") is best known internationally for his original song, “Battle Without Honor or Humanity”, which is instantly recognisable from its placement in Quentin Tarantino’s movie Kill Bill, and boasts a stellar career spanning more than three decades, selling tens of millions of records. Hotei’s accomplishments as a guitarist, composer, collaborator, producer and performer place him firmly among the ranks of global music legends. An iconic and legendary star in his native Japan, Hotei now lives in London and is focussed on spreading his unique creativity to a broader international audience. In 2015 he released his first international album, "Strangers", featuring collaborations with Iggy Pop, Richard Z. Kruspe (Rammstein) and Matt Tuck (Bullet For My Valentine).
The Sunshine Underground
The Sunshine Underground are a Leeds based band with an angular, beat heavy sound that has morphed on more recent material to a style closer to the electronic artist that inspired their name, The Chemical Brothers. Widely respected for their live shows and for indie anthems just as Borders and Commercial Breakdown , the band are an in demand festival act and will release their fourth album later in 2016, backed by a major UK tour.
Gang Of Four
Gang of Four are one of the most widely respected and influential British rock bands of all time. Their debut album "Entertainment", released in 1979, is considered one of the most important albums of all time, and the band have continued to produce music that inspires and challenges new music fans all over the world. Gang of Four remain active releasing new albums and touring all over the world.