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Thunderbitch

After rising to fame using the rollicking but rootsy band Alabama Shakes, lead singer and guitarist Brittany Howard was wanting to cut loose with some looser and leaner rock and roll & roll, and that is precisely what she did with her side project, Thunderbitch. Along with Howard, the group …

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Coco Hames

Lindsay “Coco” Hames started her musical profession mainly because the singer and guitarist of the brand new York-based garage rock and roll trio the Ettes in the first 2000s. Along with drummer Poni Metallic and bassist Jem Cohen, the music group combined Nancy Sinatra design, Patsy Cline twang, and Stonesy …

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The Amazing Snakeheads

Delivering fiery blues-infused garage area rock straight away of the film noir headache, the Amazing Snakeheads certainly are a Glasgow-based trio comprising singer and guitarist Dale Barclay, bassist William Coombe, and drummer Jordon Hutchison. Barclay and Coombe acquired known each other since youth, and Barclay surely got to understand Hutchison, …

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Waves of Fury

Conjuring a dark, powerful appear that suggests an unholy alliance between your Funk Brothers as well as the Jesus and Mary String, Waves of Fury certainly are a British respond whose fusion of R&B and indie rock and roll has gained them a committed following and a lot of press …

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Danny & the Darleans

House-rocking garage area trio Danny & the Darleans materialized in early 2010, among a long type of rings began by Danny Kroha, founding person in Detroit garage area punk legends the Gories. Following a demise from the Gories, Kroha was at the guts of rings like Demolition Doll Rods as …

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Nude Beach

Owing as very much to Exploding Hearts as Tom Petty, Nude Shore offer roadtrip-ready indie rock and roll with punk sides and blue-collar root base. The trio of vocalist/guitarist Chuck Betz, drummer/vocalist Ryan Naideau, and bassist Jim Shelton started playing jointly as high-schoolers in Newport, NY, relocating to Brooklyn and …

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Devin

Devin’s great, rowdy guitar rock and roll makes a link between ’70s Detroit rock and roll & move and ’50s Memphis rockabilly. In ’09 2009 the indigenous Brooklynite (name Devin Therriault), who cites Johnny Thunders and Iggy Pop as his most powerful influences, published his first tunes while operating his …

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The Wrong Words

The SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA punk garage rockers the incorrect Words formed when guitarist/singer Josh Miller and drummer Layla Cooper’s band White Music split. After adding bassist Ajax Green towards the lineup, they started playing displays around city. Their tough-as-nails audio soon fascinated the hearing of Chicago label Problems at …

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The Parting Gifts

The Parting Presents marks a raucous meeting from the thoughts between two main figures in the contemporary garage rock motion — Greg Cartwright, founding person in Reigning Audio, the Compulsive Bettors, as well as the Oblivians, and Coco Hames, singer and guitarist using the Ettes. Cartwright and Hames 1st worked …

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Harlem

Led by two vocalists who alternate between guitarist and drummer roles, indie rock and roll trio Harlem enjoy spirited, rickety garage area rock using a heartfelt passion and a understanding smirk. Writing a shared admiration for Darby Crash’s troglodyte on-stage antics, Tucson, AZ buddies Curtis O’Mara and Michael Coomers began …

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