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Vaguess

California-based songwriter Vinny Vaguess uses his band Vaguess as an outlet for his punchy, keyboard-laced garage punk songs on the subject of anxiety, frustration, life, and death, among additional topics. His tunes are noisy, hooky, and right to the point, hardly ever lasting greater than a minute or two, and …

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Wimps

Playing solid but stripped-down, garage-accented punk rock and roll paired with lyrics that cast a witty but cynical eyesight in the travails of everyday lifestyle, the Wimps certainly are a Seattle-based trio who started producing music in 2012. Guitarist and business lead vocalist Rachel Ratner was previously a member from …

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Pega Monstro

Having performed together given that they had been teenagers, sisters Júlia and Maria Reis produce hazy noise rock and roll/punk as Pega Monstro. Lisbon, Portugal natives, Júlia Reis has drums while Maria holders guitar and key pad, and both sing their melodic, Portuguese-language music, large with reverb and crash cymbals. …

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The Bonnevilles

The Bonnevilles certainly are a no-frills guitar-and-drums two-piece from Northern Ireland who play hard-hitting root base music they call “garage area punk blues.” Produced in Lurgan and Banbridge in ’09 2009, the Bonnevilles feature guitarist and vocalist Andrew McGibbon, Jr. and drummer Chris McMullan. McGibbon was a blues enthusiast whose …

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Hockey Dad

Childhood close friends Zach Stephenson and Billy Fleming parlayed their love of browsing, skating, and rock and roll & roll in to the jangly fuzz-pop duo Hockey Father. Created in 2013 in the seaside city of Windang in New South Wales, Australia, Hockey Father emerged a yr later using the …

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Sheer Mag

Coming on just like a soulful yet unholy amalgamation from the Mekons, Slim Lizzy, the Jackson 5, as well as the MC5, Pennsylvania’s Utter Mag distill big ’70s riffs and garage area punk attitude right into a hook-filled, lo-fi dance get together. The band shaped in Philadelphia in 2014 across …

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Danny James

The SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Weekly once described the music of Bay Area musician Danny Wayne as “Larry Graham and Queen on to the floor using the Raspberries” — a description Wayne has quoted in interviews — which accurately sums up his passion for hooky rock & roll having a …

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Low Fat Getting High

A wily hardcore punk rock and roll trio using a penchant for dialing in thick blasts of vintage Metallica and Mudhoney, Nirvana, and Dinosaur Jr.-period grunge, Brooklyn’s ZERO FAT Getting Great describe their audio as “post-noise-grunge-core-shredding.” Produced in 2011, the music group includes frontman/guitarist Michael Sincavage, bass participant Artie Tan, …

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Antemasque

Antemasque can be an indie rock-band created by previous At the Travel In as well as the Mars Volta people vocalist Cedric Bixler-Zavala and guitarist Omar Rodriguez-Lopez using the second option band’s touring drummer Dave Elitch and bassist Flea from the Crimson Hot Chili Peppers. Their audio is limited, uptempo, …

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AJ Davila y Terror Amor

Best-known as the bassist and lead singer with Puerto Rican garage rockers Davila 666, AJ Davila stepped away as a single artist in 2014 along with his debut album, the difficult, rollicking, and stylistically wide Terror Amor. Pursuing extensive worldwide touring to get Davila 666’s 2011 recording Tan Bajo, the …

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