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Dream Machine

The creation of ex-Warm Soda bandleader Matthew Melton, Dream Machine are an Austin, Texas-based psych-rock group with an enthusiastic ear for vintage sounds. Affected by classic rock and roll combos like Center, Deep Crimson, and Iron Butterfly, the group features Melton on vocals and acoustic guitar, Doris Melton on body …

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Dool

Using an ominous mixture of gothic pop, psychedelic rock and roll, post-rock, and doom steel, Dutch rockers Dool invoke brands like Blue ?-yster Cult, Sisters of Mercy, Ghost, the Sword, and Sonic Youth. Structured from the South Holland interface hub of Rotterdam, the music group comprises Ryanne truck Dorst (Elle …

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California Breed

California Breed of dog is a power trio which includes vocalist and bassist Glenn Hughes, drummer Jason Bonham, and guitarist Andrew Watt. The tempo section originated from the supergroup Dark Nation Communion, which also included guitarist Joe Bonamassa. When BBC break up because of the raising demands from the guitarist’s …

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Mount Salem

Though they came jointly in 2012, Chicago quartet Mount Salem feel just like a lost gem of metal’s formative years, exploring the doomy sounds of pioneering bands like Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, and Pentagram. Comprising Emily Kopplin (vocals/body organ), Kyle Morrison (electric guitar), Tag Hewett (bass), and Cody Davidson (drums), …

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Crobot

Sounding such as a relic of a time when fuzz-drenched hard rock and roll was delivered with greasy swagger and reckless reject, Crobot were produced in 2012 by guitarist Chris Bishop and singer Brandon Yeagley. From their house bottom of Pottsville, Pa, the set self-released an EP, The Star of …

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Carousel

Hailing through the rust belt city of Pittsburgh, Pa, Carousel certainly are a hard rock-band who have combine the jam-heavy hard rock and roll sound of rings like Mountain using the dual guitar harmonies of Slim Lizzy. Formed this year 2010 by vocalist and guitarist Dave Wheeler and drummer Jake …

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Kadavar

Steeped in the bluesy, brooding, bottom-heavy traditions of rings like Black color Sabbath, Hawkwind, and Led Zeppelin, German psych-rock trio Kadavar spin ’70s hard rock and roll tropes into contemporary, stoner steel gold. Shaped in Berlin by Christoph Lindemann (acoustic guitar, vocals), Simon Bouteloup (bass) and Christoph Bartelt (drums), the …

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The Shrine

Despite forming in 2008, the Shrine feel just like a music group from a wilder, even more reckless era. Using a audio that harks back again to the early times of punk and the brand new Wave of Uk ROCK, the Venice, California music group has a audio that evokes …

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Purson

While her previous band, Ipso Facto, always had a feeling of drama about any of it, Rosalie Cunningham moved into a far more theatrical direction with the forming of Purson — she describes the band as focusing on “vaudeville carny psych”. Discovering the globe of proto-metal, the British band weaves …

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KYNG

Recording the swagger and grit of ’70s hard rock and roll, KYNG emerged together in 2008 to present the world with their self-described “California heavy” appear. Structured out of LA, the trio of Eddie Veliz (guitars/vocals), Tony Castaneda (bass), and Pepe Clarke (drums) mix the traditional heaviness of rings like …

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