Home / Tag Archives: Alternative Pop/Rock

Tag Archives: Alternative Pop/Rock

Caitlin Cary

Following the dissolution of alt-country kings Whiskeytown, frontman Ryan Adams’ solo career received the majority of critical attention. However, vocalist/fiddle participant Caitlin Cary was sitting on the sidelines with her personal amazing batch of music. Cary released a single EP, Waltzie (Yep Roc), in 2000. The discharge was a stripped-down, …

Read More »

Hush Harbor

A short-lived blip in the Pacific Northwest indie picture, Hush Harbor contained the root base of other rings, most prominently emo notables 764-HERO. Produced in Seattle, Hush Harbor was a trio comprising vocalist/guitarist John Atkins, bassist John Wickhart, and drummer Andy Rohrmann. Atkins was a veteran of the neighborhood picture …

Read More »

Jürgen Engler

A prolific musician and manufacturer, Jürgen Engler is most beneficial referred to as the co-founder and frontman for German industrial steel/EBM outfit Pass away Krupps. In 1976 the Düsseldorf-born musician founded the punk music group Male, among the leading lighting within the Neue Deutsche Welle (the German iteration from the …

Read More »

Hurl

Pittsburgh natives Hurl began being a trio back the summertime of 1991. Guitarist/vocalist Matt Daly was the first choice from the music group, which also included guitarist/bassist Matt Jenick (also an associate from the music group Don Caballero) along with a percussionist whose name continues to be forgotten as time …

Read More »

Tryö

Produced in 1995 by friends Manu Eveno (known as simply Manu) and Cyril Celestin (known as Guizmo), who acquired previously performed together in various other rings, Tryo got their name following Christophe Mali (who passed his last name) joined up with. The group composed reggae-inspired music for three guitars and …

Read More »

Burning Bridges

Musical influences from around the world are combined in to the sound of Southern California-based sextet Burning up Bridges. Based on Billboard, Burning up Bridges “…fuse many African guitar designs and minor key element Middle Eastern-isms with a difficult rocking, bluesy, attack.” Burning up Bridges was produced in 1985 by …

Read More »

Karate High School

Like the majority of young bands, Karate SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL experienced some lineup changes in early stages within their life, finally solidifying in July 2004 around Paul McGuire (vocals, keyboards, electric guitar), Gabe Ausiello (electric guitar), Ray Bautista (keyboards), Dan Kingdon (bass), and Danny Glaspy (drums). The Bay Region outfit …

Read More »

Flyleaf

The Belton, Texas-based heavy rock quintet Flyleaf formed in 2000 when frontwoman Lacey Mosley played a string from the dark, hard-edged songs she consistently wrote like a brooding teen for drummer Wayne Culpepper. Following a brief amount of playing collectively, they recruited guitarists Sameer Bhattacharya and Jared Hartmann, users of …

Read More »

Groop Dogdrill

Discharging energizing concepts within probably the most extreme grounds of raw weighty rock and roll, Groop Dogdrill seemingly produces a unique make of unadulterated rock and roll & move. Founding their compositions on designs like stoner metallic united using the rhythmic top features of punk, Dogdrill succeeds in offering novel …

Read More »

Ashley Parker Angel

Teenager heartthrob Ashley Parker Angel was created and elevated in Redding, CA, by his piano-teacher mom and stepfather, both of whom inspired him to be engaged in music. After getting spotted by way of a skill company in his hometown, he was presented with the chance to audition for the …

Read More »