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Chesterfield Kings

Upstate New York’s Chesterfield Kings landed upon the developing punk/new wave picture in the past due ’70s with an unbelievably organic ’60s tempo & blues audio that borrowed heavily from pre-1966 Rolling Rocks. The group, therefore unlike every other underground feelings of the time, arguably kickstarted the complete ’80s garage …

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The Paperbacks

Believe the Runaways get together AC/DC within a dingy Chicago garage area and you’re near to the totally rock and roll sound that hails from the Paperbacks. Produced in 2000 by vocalist Laura L. Hotshot, the Paperbacks produced their debut helping punk legends the Dictators at Chicago’s Clear Bottle. They …

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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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Miracle Workers

As the Pacific Northwest may right now be quite renowned like a hotbed of rock and roll & move activity, Portland, OR’s the Miracle Workers were wowing the youngsters having a gigantic, no-holds-barred rock and roll sound that lent more through the Sonics as well as the Wailers than from …

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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 Pinetops

The alt-country quartet the Pinetops hail from NEW YORK and are made up of members guitarist John Pfiffner, guitarist and singer Jeffrey Dean Foster, drummer Can Dyar, and bassist Andy Mabe. The group’s debut recording, 2000’s Above Floor and Vertical, was overseen by famous ’80s college rock and roll maker …

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Orange Alabaster Mushroom

The Orange Alabaster Mushroom is really a one-man band project by Ottawa, Ontario-based singer/songwriter Greg Watson. While an associate from the Fiends (not really the LA punk group, but several Ottawa-based garage area rockers), Watson started recording his personal, more psychedelically affected solo materials in early 1991. Although Watson continuing …

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Mystery Girls

A proto-punk garage music group that formed at Southwest SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Green Bay, WI in the later 1990s, the Secret Young ladies developed a ramshackle, passionate and nearly blues-based audio that appears to participate in the mid-’60s just as much as it will the first 21st century, though …

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Miss Alex White

Chicago garage rock and roll spitfire Miss Alex White colored was created and raised within the Windy City’s north side, where based on Bob Mehr’s profile within the July 15, 2005, Chicago Audience she was raised on a reliable diet plan of Velvet Underground and Contemporary Lovers documents. By 13, …

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