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http://whitemystery.bandcamp.com/ White Mystery is the two-piece brother/sister duo of Miss Alex White and Francis White. If you're a fan of stripped down garage rock, loud drums, and/or redheads, meet your perfect match. Alex is best known as the guitar rockin' front women of Miss Alex White and the Red Orchestra on In the Red Records, and with her latest venture she strips it down to a guitar and heavy-handed drum garage rock sound.
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Onemanband digital grind puke.
Cowman plays and records everything at home using inferior technologies.
White Denim is a bluesy, garage-rock trio, hailing from Austin, Texas. http://www.whitedenimmusic.com/ In March 2005, the two bands Parque Touch (Josh Block, James Petralli, Lucas Anderson) and Peach Train (Steve Terebecki) played a show together at Beerland in Austin, Texas. After the show Steve was asked to play bass for Parque Touch and the band became four, playing under the pseudonyms Byshop Massive (Lucas), Bop English (James), Nicholas Mallard (Josh), and Terry Beckins (Steve); however, in February 2006...
The Gravedigger V started as The Shamen by singer Leighton Koizumi, 16, and 15 yr old bassist Chris Gast, and included ace guitarist Ted Friedman, 16, punk-rock drummer, Matt, (last name and whereabouts unknown,) replaced by the spectacular drummer Dave Anderson. Rounding up this line-up of strange beings was enigmatic guitarist John Hanrattie. Informed at gig #1 that The Shamen was taken as a name, (by about a zillion bands worldwide), the group sat at Bob's Big Boy for hours coming up with a replacement name.
Raw garage punk from London, England.
Flow Dan (real name Mark Viera) is a 29 year-old MC from East London. He is one of the founding and longest serving members of the Roll Deep crew, after joining from garage collective Pay As You Go, and is also a part of the collective Cemetary Warriors. Flow Dan is a veteran MC from East London who started as a Jungle MC in the late nineties before starting Roll Deep with Wiley and has become one of the longest serving members.
The Hatters, formed in the autumn of '08, are a seminal 3 piece garage punk band from Brighton, UK. They are a band with a sound, politics and a punk ethos that sets them apart from the rest. They’re based in Brighton and have been gigging regularly in the south east of the UK. They have now begun to firmly establish themselves as a raw and energetic live act within the Brighton live music scene. www.myspace.com/thehattersmusic
Ashley Naylor is best known as the vocalist, guitarist, and main songwriter for the Australian mod/pop group Even who have recorded four albums and numerous EPs and singles since the mid-'90s. While Even encompass all of the best aspects of the heavier side of the mid-'60s British Invasion (think The Who, The Kinks, The Move, Rolling Stones c. 1964-66) and more recent purveyors of that sound such as The La's, Stone Roses, and Oasis; Naylor's solo debut is more sublime, bringing to styles of vintage Neil Young and the Rolling Stones when Keith Richards was hanging around with Gram Parsons.
sleazy ny style house from the 90's sounding
Waze & Odyssey rolled onto the scene in early 2012 with their debut release "Ah Baby (Here We Go Again)" EP on Petfood Recordings. Their sound could be described as MK meets Todd Terry meets the spirit of Tony Humphries at Zanzibar Club and it's a sound that has caused quite a stir with tastemakers across the board, with the likes of Lazaro Casanova, Friendly Fires, Bicep and Danny Daze all bigging them up.