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Tag Archives: Punk/New Wave

Beestung Lips

Hailing from Birmingham, among England’s best-known locales for aggressive, in-your-face music, Beestung Lips brought forth their unique make of frenetic, hyperactive punk rock and roll on the debut EP, Tracks to and from an Iron Gut. The music group has drawn evaluations to Scorching Snakes, Gallows, as well as the …

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My First Earthquake

My Initial Earthquake’s daring, synth-riddled indie pop, rooted in Mates of State’s angularity and Of Montreal’s multi-instrumental jumpiness, locations them in the same music territory as the Kills, the Noises, as well as the Blow. Vocalist Rebecca Bortman (previously of Snow Queen) and bassist/keyboardist Chad Thornton (who got previously performed …

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Hank Jones

Hank Jones — the music group, not the person — hail from Edinboro, PA, and show vocalist Mike Torti, guitarist Nick Warren, bassist Shayne Morland, and drummer Chris Bencivenga, who have, on the 2005 record Saturdays of Thunder, purport to combine the positive party energy of Andrew W.K. using the …

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The Judy’s

Tx pop cult heroes the Judy’s were shaped in the Houston suburb of Pearland in 1979 by singer/guitarist/keyboardist David Bean, guitarist Sam Roush, bassist Jeff Walton and drummer Dane Cessac. Motivated primarily with the B-52’s (therefore the possessive within their name), the four high schoolers nearly immediately began composing their …

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Care Bears on Fire

Shaped in 2005 by three music-minded fifth-graders, Care and attention Bears burning increased to regional prominence twelve months later on, when the band’s classicist method of punk rock and roll (tempered having a fondness for pop melodies) gained it a three-page spread in NY Publication. Brooklyn natives Sophie, Lucio, and …

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The Blackout

Playing a hot-wired combination of steel, punk and indie rock and roll with melodies that only raise the music’s influence velocity, the Blackout are six teenagers hailing from Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales. Featuring Gavin Butler and Sean Smith on vocals, Adam Davies and Matthew Davies on guitars, Rhys Lewis on …

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Alan Lee Shaw

Guitarist Alan Lee Shaw is definitely in the heavy of things beginning in the first ’70s, when he watched fellow Cambridge local Syd Barrett’s post-Floyd music group Stars proceed through its paces. Hence motivated, Shaw and drummer Fishing rod Last mentioned formed the Bands in 1975 with John “Twink” Alder, …

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Spizz

Mercurial punk survivor Spizz made his debut in the Birmingham, England, club Barbarella’s during an all-day music festival kept August 27, 1977, performing an improvised arranged on the borrowed guitar; coming back two months later on with drummer Pete Petrol, he right now billed the become Spizz 77, the to …

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The Del-Byzanteens

A FRESH York-based post-punk music group, the Del-Byzanteens comprised Don Braun (percussion), Josh Braun (percussion aswell), Philippe Hagen (bass), Phil Kline (acoustic guitar and vocals), and a budding movie director from the name of Jim Jarmusch (vocals and keyboards). Writer Luc Sante had written a number of the band’s lyrics, …

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