Paul Steel is a British artist / producer from Worthing, currently living in Brighton, who is influenced by (amongst others): Super Furry Animals; The Beach Boys; and Todd Rundgren.
Denis Archibald West Payton (11 August 1943 - 17 December 2006) was an English saxophonist. He was a member of the Dave Clark Five, where he played both tenor and baritone saxophone, harmonica and guitar.
Stephen Jones (born 16 September 1962) is an English musician and novelist.
Chew Lips is a dance-pop duo, formed in spring of 2008. They consist of singer 'Tigs' and multi-instrumentalist James Watkins.
Naomi Phoenix is an English singer-songwriter from Warwick, who had several releases between 1997 and 1999 on Gut under the alias 'Naomi'. Naomi's name at the time of the releases was Naomi Freeth, but since leaving Gut has since changed her name to Naomi Phoenix (the name by which she now performs).
Michael Cashmore is a British composer and musician who has created music under the name of Nature And Organisation and more recently (2006) under his own name.
For other artists named Steve Bingham, see Steve Bingham (disambiguation)
Christopher John 'Chris' Huston (born 25 June 1943) is a British born record engineer and guitarist.
Polly Brown (aka Polly Browne) (born 18 April 1947) is an English singer. A member of Pickettywitch and Sweet Dreams - and with each group lead singer on a Top Ten hit, respectively "That Same Old Feeling" and "Honey Honey" - Brown had an international solo hit in 1975 with "Up in a Puff of Smoke".
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