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Cars Can Be Blue

Cars COULD BE Blue embrace a raunchy, rambunctious design of indie pop, one which could be thought to appear to be a jangly, jumpy mash-up of Tullycraft as well as the Moldy Peaches. Nate Mitchell (drums, vocals) and Becky Brooks (acoustic guitar, vocals) created the music group in the summertime of 2002, and its own debut album, Everything We Can Perform, premiered on Happy Content Birthday if you ask me three years later on. Cars COULD BE Blue’s sophomore recording, Doubly Unbeatable, arrived in 2008.

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