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The Frights

The Frights began like a prank, a tale music group that was designed to play one 30-minute set and disappear, however the gag worked sufficiently that this trio members became a “real” music group almost regardless of themselves. Hailing from NORTH PARK, California, the Frights had been formed in the …

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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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The Number Ones

THE QUANTITY Ones (in addition they spell it the #1s or the #No.1s sometimes) certainly are a rock-band whose music embraces the scrappy energy of first-wave punk rock and roll as well while the hooky melodies (and occasionally brokenhearted feeling) of ’70s power pop. Located in Dublin, Ireland, the quantity …

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La Hell Gang

Inspired from the fuzzy swirl of ’60s garage area and psychedelia, Chilean trio La Hell Gang began developing their have dusty, swaggering sounds in the past due 2000s. Composed of guitarist/vocalist Francisco Cábala (aka KB Cabala), drummer Nes, and bassist Sarwin, La Hell Gang documented their first recording, Just What …

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Rich Hands

A music group that combines ’50s rock and roll & move, ’60s garage area sounds, and ’70s punk, and writes tracks filled with similar parts energy and hooks, the Affluent Hands hail from San Antonio, Tx and also have quickly become perhaps one of the most well-known bands within a …

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White Reaper

The raucous rock & roll group White Reaper formed in Louisville, Kentucky, and in the first stage of their existence sprinkled liberal levels of bubblegum hooks and psychedelic weirdness over their short, energetic garage punk songs. Produced by vocalist/guitarist Tony Esposito and twin brothers Nick and Sam Wilkerson (drums and …

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Pizza Time

Pizza Period is a Denver-based garage area punk task formed by California local David Castillo. The band’s mixture of bubblegum pop, garage area, punk, and lo-fi party rock and roll made them a solid fit for Western world Coastline indie empire Burger Information, which agreed upon them in 2013. Castillo, …

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Peach Kelli Pop

While drumming for Ottawa, Canada pop punk trio White Wires, Allie Hanlon began a part project on her behalf songs. Acquiring the name from the music group from a Redd Kross monitor, Peach Kelli Pop’s music were brief, sticky pop tracks about made-up dances, summertime, and having a great time …

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Seth Bogart

Bay Region musician Seth Bogart, better known for some of his profession seeing that Hunx, got his begin as a back-up in the early-2000s queer-themed electropunk music group Gravy Train!!!! Following band’s dissolution, Bogart set up a staff of close friends and music artists and produced Hunx & His Punx …

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Royal Headache

Royal Headache increased from the bleak underground punk scene of European Sydney, Australia in 2008. Partly as a reply towards the gloomy post-punk rings happening during its founding, the group infused its garage area punk core having a hearty dosage of ’60s-influenced AM radio soul-pop. Heading by foreshortened nicknames, the …

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