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There are at least 4 projects with the name "TBA": TBA (1): Natalie Beridze, also known as Tusia Beridze or TBA, is a female electronic musician and short film director from Tbilisi, Georgia. She is also known as a member of Goslab - a Georgian art laboratory. Tusia has worked with Nika Machaidze aka Nikakoi/erast, Thomas Brinkmann, Wechsel Garland and Post Industrial Boys, who have used Tusia's vocals and lyrics in most of their songs. Beridze embraces an eclectic mix of influences, including The Smiths, Lou Reed,David Bowie, Cocteau Twins, Bjork, Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, Stravinsky, Prokofiev, Shostakovich, , Autechre, Kraftwerk, Georgian folk music and much more. Aliases:Tusia Beridze (In Groups: Tba Empty)) TBA (2): Australian punk band based in South Australia who are mainly influenced by 1990's punk bands such as MxPx, NOFX, Millencolin and The Cootees. They formed in late 2004 and within weeks of being a band made their first (demo) tape, titled "Greatest Hits!?", featuring 16 songs of originals, covers and a few skits which was sold to family and friends for $2.50. After being disappointed with the low quality album they set about making another album, titled "Ironically, Yes ||-->>", this time on CD hoping the format would improve sales. After the majority of the recording was done in the drummers' shed over three days, the album didn't live up to sound quality expectations. The band aimed for the album to be another 16 song/40 minute album, but "Ironically, Yes ||-->>" almost filled up an entire 80 minute CD with 25 tracks which was released October, 2005. So far two official albums have been released, but a third has been recorded but there are no plans to release it. The band is currently playing various gigs in South Australia and hopes to make another album sometime in 2006 full of covers. TBA (3): Canadian Christian Rock Band circa 2002-2005. Recorded at least one CD, which is incredibly hard to come by. The lead vocalist's first name is Erin. All their music is strictly copyrighted. TBA (4); Christian Rock band that sounds eerily similar, but with no relation whatsoever to TBA (3). TBA (5): An oldschool hardcore artist! TBA (6): 1985 punk from D.C. TBA is also used as short version of "To Be Announced" instead of gig or festival detail not known at time of writing Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.