Home / Tag Archives: T. Rex

Tag Archives: T. Rex

J. Horndog

J. Horndog can be Jon Bilinski, a manufacturer and musician who is a fixture of the brand new Jersey area for a long time. After adding a cover from the Substitutes’ “Waitress in the Sky” left from the Dial tribute record, Bilinski took another 3 years to record and rework …

Read More »

Fancy

Hailing from Paris’ Montreuil suburbs, Fancy is normally a glittery confection of everything crazy and catchy in rock and roll music through the ’50s onward. They borrow a little from disco, funk, locks metallic, and rockabilly, and cite Elvis Presley, Mozart, and David Lee Roth as inspirations, but most importantly, …

Read More »

Turbo Fruits

The Southern-fried punk project of guitarist/vocalist Jonas Stein, Turbo Fruits formed while Stein was still in the music group End up being Your Own Pet. The initial edition of Turbo Fruits also included End up being Your Own Family pet drummer John Eatherly; the duo added bassist Utmost Peebles because …

Read More »

The Adventures Of…

Swaggering, playful Uk trio the Ventures Of… are most widely known to be the first music group agreed upon to Tori Amos’ label, Transmitting Galactic. Made up of guitarist/vocalist Adam Hanington, bassist/support vocalist Can Gee, and drummer Drew Wright, the Devon, England-based group wooed Amos using their United kingdom Invasion- …

Read More »

Zodiac Mindwarp & the Love Reaction

Some rockers know from an extremely early age that their calling in existence is to trip in limos and play to arenas filled with Bic-wielding fans. For Zodiac Mindwarp, it had been a phoning that occurred later on in existence. Working like a visual designer and editor in the English …

Read More »

Buick MacKane

Called after a T. Rex monitor by founders Alejandro Escovedo, bassist David Fairchild and drummer Glenn Benavides, Buick MacKane combined rootsy rock and roll with edgier types of the 1970s like garage area rock and roll and glam. The loose quartet was created in 1989 when Benavides (previously of Doctors …

Read More »

Free Energy

Free of charge Energy shaped in the aftermath from the Minneapolis-based indie rock and roll group Hockey Night’s tumultuous separation in 2007. The music group coalesced in both years following a split, when previous Hockey Night users Scott Wells and Paul Sprangers relocated to Philadelphia, teamed up with Geoff Bucknum, …

Read More »

Rosetta

With origins in both Lansing and Chicago, the East Lansing, MI, alt-rock quintet Rosetta draws upon classic British influences from psychedelia to glam rock and roll, specially the Beatles, Red Floyd, T. Rex, and David Bowie. Created during the middle-’90s, the primary of the music group includes guitarist/vocalist Andy Leroy, …

Read More »

The Stuff

The Stuff includes four rockin’ Stockholm rats of unusual size who met in another of Europe’s finest sewers and consummated an operating relationship over several Stooges and Kinks records — served up with a side of stinky cheese. With tails tucked nicely to their skintight blue skinny jeans, the Stuff …

Read More »

The New Electrics

Glam pop music group the brand new Electrics were formed in Birmingham, Britain, by drummer Pete Dabbs, vocalist/guitarist Nick Ingram, bassist/vocalist Tag Lees, and guitarist/vocalist Ben Marsden. The band’s initial release, Beautiful Brain, premiered in a restricted pressing by Interior. Fruition attained the privileges to it and reissued the one …

Read More »