Ex-Black Lips. Somewhat glam, noisy, loud, brutal garage rock.
A late-sixties beach-pop sound to which dancing isn't required, but automatically occurs.
Lo-fi skullduggery held down by short stabs of guitar and cheerfully slapdash vocals.
Bite-sized pop-punk with searing guitars, buried vocals, and a singer who prefers the crowed to the stage.
Stripped down heavy-hitting punk rock inspired garage rock.
A pop and garage-punk band, whose ridiculous and catchy sound stir you into frenzy
Prudent cowbells and snotty vocals cruising around on a Saturday night.
Relentless guitar riffs, equal parts indierock angular and heavy-metal mythical, that leave the heart pumping.
Hushed vocals and quixotic beats gliding over a cosmic patina of offbeat retro chords.
I Was A King
Sprightly mix of power-pop and psych that decelerates to hearth hush in quieter hours.
Cymbals Eat Guitars
Yelping vocals over guitar-driven indie rock that's alternatively melodic and sprawling.
We Are Wolves
Fast, driving percussion and anthemic, fist-pumping vocals make this trio perfect late-night fare.
Danceable concertos and silver-tongued tunes.
Sassy soul vocalist layers pop and funk melodies with baroque, orchestralsounding arrangements.
Dance diva with child-like vocals and low-key downcast keyboards.
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