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The Mekkits

Salford/Manchester’s The Mekkits are a rabble of childhood friends, mostly from nearby Cheshire who moved to the bright lights of the rainy city via a few years in windswept and sea-soaked Wales… Indeed The Mekkits’ music is a bit like the weather: A Kaleidesope ranging from gloriously sunshiny singalongs to tales of dark stormy seas. It’s surfy/folky pop music with a smattering of ska! Singing songs of the sea, the city, the countryside, animals, love and life...

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1. Arrows were an English American band based in London, England. The group, which formed in 1974 and disbanded in 1977, included singer/bassist Alan Merrill, guitarist Jake Hooker and drummer Paul Varley. They had hit singles in 1974 and 1975 with "Touch Too Much",[1] "My Last Night With You" and "I Love Rock 'n' Roll," all produced by Mickie Most on RAK Records.[2] "I Love Rock 'n' Roll" was later covered by Joan Jett.[3]

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The Barracudas

This London-based Anglo-Canadian band, whose members include Jeremy Gluck (vocals), Robin Wills (guitar), David Buckley (bass), and Nick Turner (drums), was formed in 1979 and scored a U.K. chart hit in 1980 with the neo-surf song "Summer Fun." Turner and Buckley left after the release of the first album Drop Out With the Barracudas (1981) and were replaced by Jim Dickson and Terry Smith. Chris Wilson also joined on guitar.

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Mowbird are a three piece surf-punk band from Wrexham. Formed in 2010, following the dissolution of grunge band Roy Destroy, by three friends who shared a love for Fugazi, and their DIY punk rock ethic. Mowbird do not take themselves seriously. Their favourite collective past-time is snorkeling, and mowing the lawn, although Mike cannot swim. This is not an issue whilst mowing the lawn, but does cause problems whilst snorkelling, so often band activities are completed apart. If you like songs, you will like Mowbird.

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Tijuana Bibles

o.k. the bibles are a local toronto band that has bin playin round town for some time now...6yrs - 10yrs i'd say...they are in a nut shell fuckin briliant surf-punk, hot rob type of band..some of their trax are very similar to the ever famous Barry Adamson... moody and sultry ... great band to see in person/live but lose nothing recored either
if you haven't listen to them...check'em out

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With a love of classic rock flowing through them, Charlie Can't Surf bring a sound to the fore that encompasses elements of Pearl Jam, Reef, The Black Crowes and Incubus. Charlie Can't Surf are a band who always play with their hearts on their sleeves. Carrying on in the tradition of the genre they love so much, bringing a classic rock sound to the modern scene with their own unique twist. Charlie Can't Surf have come a long way .

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Shannon And The Clams

Beach Rock revival Oakland, California band Shannon and the Clams take you back to a time when Judy and Johnny were your favorite worst couple, with the help of some very heartbreaking background vocals and guitar riffs of which The Beatles would be proud. Influences like The Beach Boys, The Shangri- La's, The Ronettes, and Patsy Cline shine through in songs like "When You're On", with front woman Shannon crooning like a scorned Leslie Gore, but with a rough unpolished edge inspired by the likes of The Cramps, Bad Brains, and fellow beach bum Nobunny.

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Little Casino

Little Casino is a 5-piece Alternative Rock band from Brisbane. Playing a unique form of music that fuses 60's melodies, reverberated guitars and beautiful vocal melodies that swings from punchy pop to ambient noise, it's hard to not to enjoy a Little Casino set. After forming in late 2010, Little Casino released an independent EP mid-2011 which got nation wide indie and JJJ radio play, and are in the process of tracking a second record that's sure to take the band to the next level. Stay Tuned.

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“Technicolour rock, in the age of beige” Beat magazine Fireballs are recognised by many as Australia’s first and foremost psychobilly band, a reputation credited to their early beginnings and their present longevity. From inception the idea was to capture a flavour that would recognise their original rockabilly roots and their love of playing hard ‘n’ fast. Heavily influenced by double bass driven international bands, such as The Stray Cats, Batmobile, Mad Sin and the Klingonz, Fireballs ambitiously aimed to carve out their own niche in a smaller Melbourne scene.

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