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From The Garage #2 - Genre Jamz…

Wednesday, February 05, 2014

by Chris Palowitch

­James Rabbit – Loosen Up

Santa Cruz, CA. Doing something really different, and different in a good way. Pop/funk/horns?


Basebourne – Geoff

-          The Siren

South Florida punk. Awesome songwriting. Melodic punk.


Bread Club – The Punx I no

-          Odds//Ends

Jangly. Playing NUX fest in SLO.


Tough Stuff – Ceremony//College

-          Blankets

Santa Cruz punk. LISTEN PLEASE. Like to hang out, have fun. When that mentality ceases, so will they. That’s the point right?


iiii – Is That Really What You Want

Don’t get scared, jazz can be DIY too. Touring NorCal in early May/late June.


Great Barrier – Let It Sink In

Miami pop rock. Track when it was a solo project but now a full band ready to play shows soon.


The Taxidermists – Be 1

First band I’ve never heard of to send something in! Congrats! Based in Mass. Think they pull off the two piece guitar/drums really well. Like cold reeses peanut butter cups. Part of the DIY music collective Darkworld.


Leer - Perpetuity

Punk from San Jose…that’s all I know


Latebloomer – Rainy Day

-          Mind Over Matter

Busy with school at the moment, but have a moderate obsession for Mexican food and pokemon.


The Albert Square – Galesburg, IL

-          Sartorial Panache

Like a mildly-hot-salsa level of punk, don’t really know how else to describe it, but definitely something unique. New album coming out in summer.


Hemingway – So Predictable

-          Over the Phone

The two tracks are from a new LP called “Pretend to Care” which the rest will be released sometime this or next month. Doing another west coast tour at the end of March and hoping for US in the summer. Go Vikings.


Liotta – Go

Only recently heard them at the Talent Farm, but really great sounding pop punk.


Kill The Bats – Eugene, Eugene!

Tracks for the split with Just Friends released! PEW PEW!

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