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The Catbirds

Chandler Travis cannot carry out anything with a completely straight encounter; throughout his profession, his excursions in pub music group, rock and roll & roll, fresh wave-influenced power pop, and eclectic jazz-influenced big-band music have already been delivered having a understanding wink and a sly feeling from the absurd, however …

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Dirty Looks

Dirty Looks (never to be baffled with the later-’80s metal music group from the same name) were formed in the later ’70s in Staten Isle, NY. Made up of Patrick Barnes (electric guitar/vocals), Peter Parker (drums/vocals), and Marco Sin (bass/vocals), the trio started playing their hard-rocking power pop at Max’s …

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The Singles

Fusing the power of Midwest garage area rock and roll using the hook-laden melodies and lovelorn lyrics of vintage force pop, the Singles certainly are a rock and roll & roll strap whose members began producing a name for themselves in Michigan and so are still offering their devotees bright, …

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Sweet Justice

While Lovely Justice might have started as a gathering of the thoughts between people of three notable punk rock and roll rings, musically the trio quickly evolved right into a group using the talent as well as the versatility to consider a variety of stylistic pathways. Lovely Justice was shaped …

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Flying Color

In the wake from the Rickenbacker revolution started by R.E.M., Soaring Color created in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in 1984 when bassist Hector Penalosa, from your Southern California cult music group the Zeros, installed with guitarist Dale Duncan from your SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA underground band Like Circus and guitarist …

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Protones

A power pop music group from Spain, Protones debuted using the release of the EP mounted on the 1st problem of a fanzine called Rock Indiana, accompanied by their 1st recording, Cartunes. After issuing Nil to say in 1996, the Plimsouls’ Paul Collins teamed up using the music group, producing …

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Condo Fucks

An alter ego of indie rock veterans Yo La Tengo, the Condo Fucks allegedly hailed from New London, CT, and featured drummer Georgia Condo (aka Georgia Hubley), guitarist Kid Condo (aka Ira Kaplan), and bassist James McNew. In 2008, the music group played among the last displays at Brooklyn’s Magnetic …

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Mungo Jerry

Mungo Jerry are among rock’s great one-hit successes. Beyond Britain, they’re known for specifically one tune, but that tune, “During the warm months,” is certainly a seasonal anthem known by listeners who weren’t also born when it had been released. Mungo Jerry was a good blues outfit aswell — actually, …

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The Smithereens

Dressed in set, brandishing heavy guitars, and exhibiting an unabashed fetish for British Invasion pop, the Smithereens had been an anomaly in the American college rock and roll scene from the past due ’80s. Lead vocalist/songwriter/guitarist Pat DiNizio stood out not merely with his unusual beatnik goatee, but also because …

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Mike Wilhelm

Wilhelm was a significant person in two SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Bay Area groupings, in two different years. In the 1960s, he was a guitarist and songwriter for the Charlatans, frequently identified as among the very first SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA psychedelic groupings, although these were even more appropriately referred …

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