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The artist's debut five-track EP Calm Down', released locally through EMI sat pretty at the top of the iTunes charts, racking up two million streams across her Soundcloud and mass hysteria among her burgeoning fanbase. Alison released the EP via US label powerhouse Astralwerks, home to the likes of The Chemical Brothers, Hot Chip and Eric Prydz.
Erasure formed in 1985 out of the departure of founding Depeche Mode member Vince Clarke (who was then one half of Yaz opposite Alison Moyet) and singer Andy Bell. Like Yaz and Depeche Mode, Erasure were a synth-based group, but they had stronger dance inclinations, as well as a sharper, more accessible sense of pop songcraft. Among the duo's hit singles are "Oh l'amour," "Chains of Love," "Blue Savannah," "Stop!," "Love to Hate You" and their cover of ABBA's ''Take a Chance on Me." The duo's...
Supersuckers, from Seattle, play revved-up, rowdy rock 'n' roll, although they've dipped into the country genre as well. Around in one form or another since 1988, they're "The Greatest Rock-N-Roll Band in the World" -- says so right on their website. The band -- currently a trio, fronted for a great many years by bassist Eddie Spaghetti -- has backed Willie Nelson on "The Tonight Show" and toured with Mudhoney, Social Distortion, The Ramones, Motorhead and White Zombie.