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The King Khan & BBQ Show

A Canadian garage rock and roll duo tangentially based away from Montreal, Quebec, the Ruler Khan & BBQ Present combine doo wop, punk, spirit, and who understands what else right into a loose, wild audio that’s drenched in pure raw energy. The duo in the centre of things can be …

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The Ettes

Serving up an attractive but undeniably fierce mixture of pop smarts and garage area rock force, the Ettes are vocalist/guitarist Lindsay “Coco” Hames, drummer Maria “Poni” Silver precious metal, and bassist Jeremy “Jem” Cohen, a trio of New Yorkers who became Los Angelenos. The music group created in 2004 and …

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Mensen

Emerging from your same Norwegian rock and roll scene as Gluecifer and Turbonegro, Mensen was a punk rock and roll quartet affected equally from the Runaways, Dead Boys, and contemporaries just like the Hellacopters. Led by your guitar and vocals of Mary Currie, the music group also included Christine Sixteen …

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Quadrajets

Southern garbage rockers the Quadrajets originally assembled frontman the Cheetah, guitarists Roman Hardwick P.We. and Jerome J. Jerome, bassist Catfish Dish and drummer Crimson Truth (the last mentioned replaced with time by K.Con. Truck Zant). The music group debuted within the springtime of 1995 using the Sympathy for the Record …

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The Pulses

The Pulses moved from the town that hardly ever sleeps, NEW YORK, towards the grunge soaked neighborhoods of Seattle in the later nineties. Made up of Jessie Steinchen and Dave Ramm, The Pulses finally gelled in 1999 when ex-Fallouts bassist Shannon McConnell became a member of the group. Jointly, the …

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The Rogers Sisters

Borrowing using their surname, the Rogers Sisters are made up of siblings Laura and Jennifer Rogers and musician Miyuki Furtado. This garage area rock and roll trio formed from your ashes of Ruby Falls in 1999 within the brimming indie rock and roll picture of Brooklyn. The Rogers Sisters’ provocative …

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Supernaut

Portland’s Supernaut had been formed in late 2004 by vocalist/guitarist Scott Chapin, a couple of years following the dissolution of his previous music group, the Daylights, who have been together seven years and found small MTV achievement. He installed 1st with drummer Mike “Basil” Ternyik (ex-Sweaty Nipples) and, following a …

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The Pattern

Merging stirring melodies with rock and roll & roll’s flammable power, the Pattern produced in Oakland, CA, initially of 2000, reuniting the initiatives of the five-piece crew, which acquired previous band encounters. Led by vocalist and songwriter Christopher Appelgren, alongside guitarists Jason Rosenberg and Andy Asp, bassist Carson Bell, and …

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The Mullens

Focusing on the early-’70s proto-punk seems from the Stooges and the brand new York Dolls in addition to select N.Con.C. punkers from your ’70s (Ramones, Lifeless Males), the Dallas, TX, quintet the Mullens packages a significant punch. Formed within the middle-’90s and made up of frontman Tim Stile, guitarist Matt …

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Oneida

Brooklyn’s genre-defying Oneida take their main cues from ’60s garage and punk bands (specifically MC5), but throw in a lot of large, bluesy ’70s stoner rock (think Blue Cheer, Foghat, etc.) as well as dashes of jerky synth pop, avant-garde jazz, and Krautrock. Originally offering guitarist/vocalist Papa Crazy (aka PCRZ), …

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