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Human Eye

Following the dissolution from the Clone Defects in 2004, Timmy Vulgar formed the mind-expanding, speaker-destroying band EYE shortly afterwards in Detroit, Michigan. Comprising Vulgar on electric guitar and vocals, in addition to Johnny LZR on synthesizers, Bradley Hale on bass, and Hurricane William on drums, the music group blends organic …

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The Intended

Detroit-based garage rock quartet the Designed contain Tyvek associates Kevin Boyer, Larry Williams, and Heath Moerland along with Glen Morren (who also plays with Moerland in improv freakout collective Unusual Clouds). The music group has a tough, noisy sound comparable to Tyvek, but sometimes veers from punk affects toward psych-pop …

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Germ House

After departing his long-time home of Boston for Todas las Cruces, New Mexico, multi-instrumentalist Justin Hubbard began Germ Home as an outlet for his lo-fi, fuzz-heavy variety of personal home saving and garage punk songwriting. Hubbard have been energetic alongside his wife and bandmate Tara McManus using their previous music …

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Ghetto Ghouls

Texas punk music group Ghetto Ghouls’ organic, feral sound forsook the craze of 2010s garage area rock bands seeking to stony ’70s psychedelia being a starting place and instead found their principal inspiration in the chaos and insanity of confrontational rings like Scratch Acid solution, the Dicks, as well as …

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Plague Vendor

Based away of Whittier, California, a suburb of LA, Plague Vendor certainly are a punk group who funnel their nervy, nocturnal energy to their generating sound. Composed of vocalist Brandon Blaine, guitarist Jay Rogers, bassist Michael Perez, and drummer Luke Perine, the band’s audio mixes the urgency of early post-punk …

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Muuy Biien

Atlanta-based quintet Muuy Biien was shaped by frontman Joshua Evans, combining quick blasts of squirmy punk with lengthy, ambient compositions, every sharply contrasting the additional. Evans was became a member of by guitarists Recreation area Miller and Robbie Rapp, bassist Xander Witt, and drummer Jacob Deel. Early four-track demonstration recordings …

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Parquet Courts

Parquet Courts’ particular variety of “Americana punk” began this year 2010 when some past Texans who also had relocated to Brooklyn began practicing and gigging regularly. The music group was focused around Fergus & Geronimo songwriter Andrew Savage, and in addition included guitarist Austin Dark brown, bassist Sean Yeaton, and …

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Call of the Wild

Decibel-loving, Brooklyn-based garage area punk trio Call from the Crazy lean hard for the spikier part from the genre, channeling the primal ferocity of Motörhead and Globe A.D.-period Misfits, capably fusing together the melodic cadence of punk as well as the relentless crush of thrash metallic. Shaped in 2011 by …

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Protomartyr

Detroit post-punk quartet Protomartyr formed this year 2010, slowly bubbling up out of the few bands within a tightly knit music picture. Guitarist Greg Ahee, bassist Scott Davidson, and drummer Alex Leonard began the caustic punk music group Butt Infants in 2008, playing mainly dive pubs and basements and finally …

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Spray Paint

Austin-based trio Spray Paint deliver a discordant squall of no-wave guitars and stomping rhythms having a bitter, sardonic attitude. Their biting, jarring tunes are inspired from the bleakness and desolation encircling their habitat, homelessness, and human being neglect of the surroundings. Spray Paint developed from the loud Austin group When …

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