(1) 404 (Korea) Formed in 2009, 404 consists of Se Chung (g/v) and Inchol Cho (d). Released 1st album, '1', in 2012. http://404seoul.tumblr.com/ (2) 404 (Hungary) The band was founded in the summer of 2010, they're playing eclectic-progressive rock. They made a demo in 2011. There are four songs on it, each of them are homemade, except the vocals, which are recorded by Bálint Csongor (Subscribe). (3) 404 (UK) In 1983 the band 404 included Paul Stirk on drums, Lee Russel on bass, Paul A Moore on guitar, and John Hunter on guitar/vocals. 404 recorded their first demo, at an 8 Track Recording Studio in Bridlington, Yorkshire that was famed for recording Joy Division. The first line up of the band didn't go much further than this and split up soon afterwards. Although Paul and John worked on projects together from time to time. After spending some time in Australia backpacking Paul and John decided to return to England and start recording as 404 a new demo of 5 songs. "Give All You Got", "Something I Need". "Revved Up", "Let Me Go" and "I Don't Want To Talk". The demo gained the attention of Rupert Hine, a major record producer who has worked with Tina Turner, Stevie Nicks and Chris DeBurgh. 404 had a recording contract with BMG Records (USA) and a publishing deal with EMI within six months. The album was never released. 404 took a sabatical. (4) 404 (electronica) 404 is the sound of old school electronica with a dose of acid. Influenced by artistes such as Banco de Gaia, The Orb, Peter Gabriel, Underworld, ELO, Beloved and Paul Oakenfold, 404 combines an interesting mix of ambient techno with the orchestral. 404 started off with soundtrack work for commercials for Heineken, Motorola and Siemens amongst others, and for the occasional short film and this dreamy "music for films" feel is plainly evident.