At least five bands have used this name: 1. Weekend is a punk/shoegaze/psychedelic band from San Francisco, CA. Their debut 10" was released on Mexican Summer records in December 2009 to favorable reviews. No Pain in Pop – “Stunning, doomed, darkness…” Fader Magazine – “…what happens if No Age traded in good vibes and instead got real angry from the depths of a muffled cavern. It’s about four minutes of build up, windy moans and plodding drums giving way to a balls to the wall freakout as the whole song collapses on itself.”
The New Tigers is a fuzzy pop group from Turku, Finland. The band consists of Valtteri Virtanen (of Goodnight Monsters), Appu Jasu (Anselmus), Kece (Love Summer Boys), and Janne Kauppinen (Kauppilan Puutarha]). The record label Soliti released their debut album on 21st September 2011. official site:
3 bands + 1 solo artist:
(in order of popularity, based on music charts on this page - last.fm rules)
1. Canadian electronic dream-pop from Toronto, YYZ Records - 1998-Present
2. French experimental, ambient, and brilliant - 1998-2004
3. Experimental, Post-Rock from Seattle, Washington - 1999-2001
4. MADRID : Gustavo Madrid
Los Angeles three-piece Gliss are indie jangle, out there psychedelia and late night shoe gaze melodies. They’ve supported The Raveonettes, Silversun Pickups, The Editors, BRMC, Smashing Pumpkins, Billy Corgan, We Are Scientists, Nicole Atkins & The Young Gods members:
Kick in your Heart EP
Blue Sky single
Rugby Road single
Love the Virgins Album (WEA)
Famed lithographer and record/cd artwork cover artist Bruce Licher's mellow psychedelic rock band Scenic is subtle but potent force from the Sonoran desert that inspired much of the music.
Gentle yet dangerous, Scenic create a vocals-free layered guitar soundscape that tantalizes without ever fully satisfying, thereby creating an unfinished story in the mind of the listener.
Young Prisms is a San Francisco psychedelic/garage/beach-pop band, influenced by the California coast, Charlton Heston, and late night spiritual pow wows. They recorded their self-titled EP in the living room of their apartment in the first half of 2009. On this first spaced-out EP, the band strands its listeners in the solitude of a beach fireworks display with nothing but lights for the tongue and acid for the ears--arresting, colors everywhere.
Winnie is an indie Japanese band formed in 2002. They released their first demo in the same year. In 2003 they released their first mini-album first class speed of light. While they continued to perform live they did not release their second mini-album The Darkest Eternal Lights until 2008. winnie's music is a more pop/rock inspired with all of it being sung in mostly understandable English. And mix the vocals between female member Iori and male member Okuji.