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Spider Bags

Focusing on rollicking but slightly shambolic tales of hard living and questionable behavior, the Spider Hand bags were first shaped in NJ by guitarist and vocalist Dan McGee and bassist and guitarist Gregg Levy. Both met within the middle-’90s when Levy, still an adolescent, was using a music group that …

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Apache Dropout

Bloomington, Indiana trio Apache Dropout (never to end up being confused with the U.K.-centered early-2000s band of the same name) conjure the stomp, swagger, and trippy vibes of ’60s psychedelia making use of their boogie-ready rock. The lineup of vocalist/guitarist Sonny Bloodstream, bassist/vocalist Anu Nath, and drummer Lord Fyre released …

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Heavy Trash

A meeting from the thoughts between two music artists who explore the nexus between punk rock and roll and root base music, Heavy Garbage is a cooperation between Jon Spencer and Matt Verta-Ray. Spencer initial attracted the eye of ambitious music supporters in 1985 along with his primitive electric guitar …

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Mr. Airplane Man

You need to hands it to Jeffrey Evans. Apart from all of the music he’s produced over time, he’s acknowledged with presenting the Light Stripes to Sympathy for the Record Sector (and, hence, towards the globe). After that he did exactly the same for Mr. Aircraft Man. Even though Boston …

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The Reigning Sound

Founded by Memphis blues-punk legend Greg Cartwright — a former person in the Oblivians, the Compulsive Gamblers, and ’68 Comeback — Reigning Appear fuse the hot-wired energy of garage area rock using the deep emotional resonance of classic soul music in a fashion that suggests a mix between your early …

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The King Khan & BBQ Show

A Canadian garage rock and roll duo tangentially based away from Montreal, Quebec, the Ruler Khan & BBQ Present combine doo wop, punk, spirit, and who understands what else right into a loose, wild audio that’s drenched in pure raw energy. The duo in the centre of things can be …

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Mystery Girls

A proto-punk garage music group that formed at Southwest SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL in Green Bay, WI in the later 1990s, the Secret Young ladies developed a ramshackle, passionate and nearly blues-based audio that appears to participate in the mid-’60s just as much as it will the first 21st century, though …

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Les Sexareenos

Originally founded from the ashes of another Montreal punk group, this band took its name from a Ron Haydock teen pulp novel. After launching some EPs and singles, which received compliment for their amazing energy and live sense, the group released their debut record on Sympathy for the Record Sector, …

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The Deadly Snakes

The Deadly Snakes certainly are a rock & roll band. Created by a band of Toronto close friends, the Snakes quickly obtained local attention for his or her recklessly fun concert events. Andr√© St. Clair (vocals, acoustic guitar), Max Risk (body organ, piano), Matt “Doggie” Carlson (trumpet, harmonica), Yuri Didrichsons …

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The Compulsive Gamblers

Folding together equal portions of greasy ’50s pop, Memphis-style rhythm & blues, along with a punk rocker’s feeling of casual experimentation and music cross mating, the Compulsive Gamblers had been in the forefront from the Memphis root base punk scene, alongside such rings because the Gibson Bros. and ’68 Return, …

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