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Milk Lines

Dairy Lines (married duo Jeff Clarke and Emily Frances Bitze) play a stripped-down, ramshackle type of garage area folk equally influenced by psychedelic rock and roll and country. Located in Montreal, the duo started playing displays in 2012, and after getting notice from rings such as for example Fucked Up, …

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Carrying on in the tradition of Tennessee-based garage area revivalists like Jack port Oblivian and Jay Reatard, Pujol delivers lo-fi, high-energy raw rock and roll & move at a prolific price. Developing up in the tiny city of Tullahoma and dissatisfied using the design of starting rings that later went …

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The Parting Gifts

The Parting Presents marks a raucous meeting from the thoughts between two main figures in the contemporary garage rock motion — Greg Cartwright, founding person in Reigning Audio, the Compulsive Bettors, as well as the Oblivians, and Coco Hames, singer and guitarist using the Ettes. Cartwright and Hames 1st worked …

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Demon’s Claws

The Demon’s Claws are among the many bands to emerge from Montreal’s thriving garage punk underground, playing a gritty combination of folk-rock, country, and blues that’s won them comparisons towards the Rolling Rocks as well as the Pretty Things, aswell as punk-blues pioneers the Weapon Golf club. (The Demon’s Claws …

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Those Darlins

Having a sound that falls somewhere within Shonen Knife, the Shangri-Las, as well as the Carter Family, Murfreesboro, Tennessee-based country-punk outfit Those Darlins have shared the stage with everyone from your Black Keys and Deer Tick to Jon Spencer and Wanda Jackson. Created in 2006, the music group (going for …

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