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The Von Ehrics

Hailing from Dallas, TX, the Von Ehrics enjoy accelerated, loud, and raunchy rock and roll & roll up to date by the common country music that loaded their homes if they had been kids as well as the punk rock and roll and speed steel albums they dug if they …

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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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The Strange Boys

Brainwashed by many years of contact with an American Bandstand cassette (a circa 1966 display, apparently) within their mother’s car, brothers Ryan and Philip Sambol began bashing away their own undertake English and psychedelic rock and roll while still going to senior high school in Dallas, TX. With Ryan on …

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The See See

Hailing in the four sides of the world but located in London, the Find Find are psychedelic revivalists objective on getting the candied, swirling noises from the ’60s in to the new millennium. Richard Olson, who acquired previously performed in the Eighteenth Time of May, produced the Find Find with …

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AJ Davila

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 challenging, rollicking, and stylistically wide Terror Amor. Pursuing extensive worldwide touring to get Davila 666’s 2011 record Tan Bajo, the …

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King Tuff

Ruler Tuff may be the neo-garage alter ego of multifaceted musician Kyle Thomas. Implementing the moniker in his teenagers like a play on his initials as well as the name Ruler Tut, Thomas wouldn’t start playing as Tuff until 2006, when he self-released an recording via CD-R between using freaky …

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Japanese Motors

Equally inspired simply by Richard Hell as well as the Beach Boys, Costa Mesa, CA surf punks Japanese Motors formed in 2004 and quickly became known for his or her immersion in surf culture and their raucous concert events. Vocalist Alex Knost can be an expert surfer who made an …

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Davila 666

Explaining themselves as want “Menudo on medicines,” San Juan, Puerto Rico’s Davila 666 combine Stooges-like garage area rock flames with the casual sugary pop melody. The seven — not really six, remarkably — Davilas consist of singer/tambourine participant Sir Charles, multi-instrumentalist AJ, guitarists/vocalists Miss Davila and Johnny Otis, drummer/guitarist/vocalist San …

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Foxboro Hot Tubs

The Foxboro Hot Tubs made their inconspicuous debut in Dec 2007, when three songs were posted in the band’s website. As the Scorching Tubs’ identification was kept key, several important bloggers and information outlets stated the group was in fact a side task for those three users of Green Day …

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Skybombers

In the 1990s, You Am I were the magic size Australian alternative rock-band. Shambolic but skilled, they influenced a era of youthful Australians to get instruments. Actually grunge wannabes Silverchair got the second option half of their name through the You Am I music “Berlin Seat.” They stayed an motivation …

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