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The Weather Machines

Shaped in Rapid City, SD, in 2004, the elements Machines create late-’70s/early-’80s-infused force pop with an indie rock and roll sensibility. Built round the tunes and acoustic guitar playing of “engineer masquerading as musician” Jason Ward, and made up of drummer J. Waylon Miller, bass participant Ali DeMersseman, and guitarist …

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Title Tracks

After an extraordinary operate as drummer for Q rather than U and half from the indie pop duo Georgie Wayne, singer/songwriter John Davis took a detour into catchy force pop inspired by classic bands just like the Nerves, the Mice, and Any Problems. His automobile for said passions, Title Songs, …

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The Bridges

Produced in July of 2002, the Bridges certainly are a pop/rock and roll family band comprising siblings Natalie Byrd (vocals, keyboards, guitar), Stacey Byrd (vocals, guitar), Isaaca Byrd (bass), and Jeremy Byrd (drums), along with cousin Brittany Painter (lead vocals, guitar). Originally from NEW YORK, the Bridges afterwards relocated to …

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Deal

Among the many power pop rings to emerge over the American music picture in the later 1970s and early ’80s, Charlottesville, VA’s the offer were perhaps one of the most unlucky of the rings, and until 2003, their music was nearly completely obscure and unheard. THE OFFER produced in 1979 …

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The Kax

A post-punk power pop trio based away of LA, CA, the Kax are singer and guitarist Justin Clay, bassist Stephan Versini, and drummer Drew Give. Featuring a effective yet melodic audio that echoes Fugazi blended with early U2 yet appears somehow entirely initial and current, the music group released the …

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Jeffrey Novak

Tennessee vocalist and guitarist Jeffrey Novak started performing in punk rings in his teenagers. His groupings included Jeffrey Novak’s One Guy Band as well as the ultra-raw Rat Traps; when Rat Traps retired in 2006, Novak shaped Cheap Period. The group began being a Redd Kross-inspired hard rock-band, but after …

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Steve Allen

Steve Allen continues to be probably one of the most dynamic and influential players around the Tulsa, Okay music scene because the past due ’70s, and way back when got utilized to people mistaking him for the television character who takes on the piano, makes deadpan feedback, and wears eyeglasses. …

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The Semantics

When the Semantics formed in the first ’90s in Nashville, their punchy, accessible make of Southern power pop appeared destined to check out like-minded Southern bands just like the dB’s and Let’s Active in to the power pop history books. Led by two songwriter/vocalists, William Owsley III and Millard Power, …

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Astrid

The people of Glasgow-based Astrid were still within their teens when their debut album, 1999’s Strange Weather Lately, premiered, making them the state start of third generation of ’60s-obsessed jangly Glasgow guitar rings, pursuing Primal Scream (before their dance music obsession) as well as the Pastels in the middle-’80s and …

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Cammila Collar

Vocalist and article writer Cammila Training collar began fostering typical artwork nerd-style encyclopedic preferences in music and film even though filling up the midnight hours during an insomniac child years. In order to sound similar to Freddie Mercury, she spent four years during her teenagers trained in a traditional voice …

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