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  • Tekumbe

    (25 listeners)

  • The Antler Thief

    (5 listeners)

    oklahoma city, oklahoma

    The Antler Thief formed in early 2009 as a collaboration between the members of four other bands, drawn together by their common love for indie rock. The band creates music with a unique southern indie rock flare.

  • The Boom Bang

    (847 listeners)

    garage rock, garage, the boom bang, under 2000 listeners

    The Boom Bang are a suburban Oklahoma band that would be right at home living in Ty Segall or John Dwyer's bathroom closet. “These guys play absolutely head splitting, heavy guitar driven garage-punk songs with an extremely staggering sound...may actually make you cringe – kind of like when somebody scratches their nails against a chalk board – but not in a bad way.

  • The Chloes

    (48 listeners)

    rock, pop, alternative, female fronted

    The Chloes started as a jam session of four talented girls who've been playing solo for years. The songwriting flowed and they experienced a warm reception at clubs in Dallas, Ft Worth, Austin, San Antonio, Norman and OKC. Receiving a slot in the coveted Norman Music Festival, they rocked the audience with their fresh accessible rock sounds and clever, irreverent lyrics.

  • The Damn Quails

    (1,965 listeners)

    alt-country, country, folk, americana

    The Damn Quails are a musical group that thrive on the spontaneity of live performance and the ethereal connection between players that happens on stage. Their performances are a living, ever-changing experience that captivates crowds of all ages from all walks of life.

  • The Dead Armadillos

    (3 listeners)

    oklahoma

  • The Del Toros

    (77 listeners)

    punk, indie rock, riot grrrl, oklahoma

  • The Electric Rag Band

    (13 listeners)

    oklahoma, tulsa

    The Electric Rag Band is a guitar driven rock band that is built on a foundation of many varieties of American music of the last Century. Blues, Ragtime, Rockabilly, Hillbilly, Punk and everything in between.

  • The Fabulous St. Knicholas Cage

    (188 listeners)

    surf rock, oklahoma, tulsa

  • The Gentle Art of Floating

    (5 listeners)

    oklahoma city, oklahoma

  • The Giving Tree

    (22 listeners)

    favorites, genius, my brother, seen live

    The Giving Tree is a band that started in 2001 and broke up in 2003. Now, without the vocals from Elijah Smith and with the vocals of Kimba, they call themselves The Messenger.

  • The Gunship

    (381 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, rock, oklahoma, norman

    David McDaniel: Guitar, Lead Vocals Wes Holmes: Drums

  • The Hex

    (1,228 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, indie, indie rock, oklahoma

    Hailing from the small Norwegian mining town of Narvik, far north of the Arctic Circle, The Hex bring an uncompromising punk attitude and a huge dose of Northern Norwegian grit to their music - filling it with energetic outbursts and melodic explosions.

  • The Kamals

    (89 listeners)

    blues rock, rock, hard rock, heavy blues

    THE KAMALS ~ OKLAHOMA CITY HEAVY BLUES ROCK The Kamals are a five piece Heavy Blues band from the Heart of America, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

  • the lily guild

    (1 listener)

    oklahoma, norman

  • The Moai Broadcast

    (68 listeners)

    beyondwithin, psychedelic, electronic, downtempo

    The Moai Broadcast formed in the fall of 2008 by drummer/producer Nic Bernson and keyboardist Jordan Holt with the idea of achieving the highest level of expression through its most simplistic forms. Holt’s previous band, Tech Tonic, served as a catalyst to form a band with friend Bernson, who has worked with a wide range of artists through his recording studio, The Cheese Factory.

  • The Nghiems

    (54 listeners)

    oklahoma, norman

  • The Non

    (1,851 listeners)

    post-rock, instrumental, experimental, progressive rock

    Wil Norton, Tom Bishop, Mack Hawkins and Zach Zeller make up the band named The Non. Formed in 2006, the band has released two albums: their first album Paper City, and a second named Tadaima, after a Japanese saying meaning "I'm home". The band hails from Edmond, Oklahoma.

  • The Oh Johnny! Girls

    (17 listeners)

    oklahoma

    http://www.myspace.com/theohjohnnygirls

  • The Olivia Tremor Control

    (180,410 listeners)

    elephant 6, psychedelic, indie, experimental

    The Olivia Tremor Control was an Athens, Georgia, USA psychedelic rock band in the mid- to late 1990s which, along with The Apples in Stereo and Neutral Milk Hotel, was one of the three original Elephant 6 projects. The band was founded by the remnants of the group Synthetic Flying Machine (Jeff Mangum, Bill Doss, and Will Cullen Hart) in 1994 and disbanded in early 2000.

  • The Panda Resistance

    (227 listeners)

    oklahoma, tulsa

  • The Pizza Thieves

    (35 listeners)

    oklahoma, norman, surf, folk

    Garage/Surf/Punk/Folk duo from Norman, OK.

  • The Possum Posse

    (760 listeners)

    alt-country, outlaw country, nsfw show, honky-tonk

    The Possum Posse is an Austin, TX sardonic honky-tonk/bluegrass band. They consistently win over audiences by playing memorable originals as well as mashed-up versions of urban cult-classics and girlie-pop favorites. With 4 out of 5 members hailing from the plains of West Texas, the Posse's sound is distinctively homespun, while the band's Austin influence give it an edgy, irreverent sound.

  • The Pretty Black Chains

    (370 listeners)

    oklahoma, seen live twice, rock, oklahoma city

    Originally rising from the ashes of established local bands, and with a hefty buzz and press already generated before their first show, The Pretty Black Chains made their live debut in February 2009. The foundational period of the band was marked by a mixture of bands such as The Strokes, Mondo Diao, Arctic Monkeys, The Cribs, and a bit of early Beatles and The Who.

  • The Purple Church

    (53 listeners)

    pig fuck, juvenile delinquency, terror psych, under 2000 listeners

    Oklahoma City is known for a handful of things – good steak, natural gas, college football, domestic terrorism etc. But what a lot of people don’t realize, is that the greatest commodity Oklahoma City has to offer the world is a healthy cache of existentially bored twenty somethings.

  • The Righs

    (1,089 listeners)

    folk, punk, celtic, irish

    Late January 2010 will see the release of the second album from Oklahoma’s premiere Celtic-American Folk-Punk band, The Righs (pronounced “rigz”). The album, entitled “Roses,” is a sweeping blend of musical influences that spans eighteen songs and seventy minutes.

  • The Rockettops

    (164 listeners)

    indie rock, oklahoma city, oklahoma, under 2000 listeners

  • The Samurai Conquistadors

    (43 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, six-piece, department of eagles, norman

  • The Sklar Brothers

    (6,455 listeners)

    comedy, stand-up, kickasstic, indie

    Randy and Jason Sklar are set of identical twin comedians who often set one another up for punchlines in a quirky and sometimes rapid-fire manner. Host of the podcasts Sklarboro Country on the Earwolf network

  • The Venditos

    (10 listeners)

    oklahoma city, oklahoma, under 2000 listeners

    Psychedelic punk rock raw dripping off your brow goodness. Some say Hum some say Primus with a twist of grunge and a blend of the 90's.

  • The Weekend Hustler

    (37 listeners)

    texas, underground hip hop, dallas, texas hip hop

  • The Wurly Birds

    (170 listeners)

    oklahoma, local oklahoma, oklahoma city, seen live

  • Tim Miser

    (615 listeners)

    oklahoma, alt-country, folk, acoustic

    In and around the Oklahoma music scene, those in the know have been wondering what Tim Miser has been up to lately. After an impressive solo debut in 2003 with Into Final Corners (Flat Earth), Miser seemed to disappear into obscurity – no new recordings, no shows, no website.

  • Tony Romanello

    (48 listeners)

    oklahoma, tulsa, singer-songwriter, under 2000 listeners

    Tony Romanello is a rock artist from Tulsa, Oklahoma. His former band, The Tony Romanello Band, was on multiple occasion named the Band of the Year by Urban Tulsa magazine.

  • Traindodge

    (3,267 listeners)

    indie rock, rock, alternative, oklahoma

    http://www.myspace.com/traindodge Maximum Rock, Minimum Fuss. "Why this band continue to cruise underneath most people’s radars is completely beyond us." -Alternative Press, Issue 227, June 2007:

  • Wink Burcham

    (94 listeners)

    oklahoma, tulsa

    Singer/songwriter, Wink Burcham, has been playing the Tulsa music scene for over five years, and is an integral part of the “New Tulsa Sound.” He has developed a very loyal following in Tulsa and Northwest Arkansas. Performing a style that easily slips between old-fashioned country, grass-roots folk, and Motown inspired blues, it's easy to understand his appeal.

  • Woods

    (228,933 listeners)

    folk, lo-fi, freak folk, psychedelic

    Woods is a psych folk rock band based out of Brooklyn, New York which formed in 2005. Members include Jeremy Earl, Jarvis Taveniere, Kevin Morby, and G. Lucas Crane.

  • Yung O

    (1,190 listeners)

    under 2000 listeners, hip hop, lyrics, oklahoma city

    "The Southside of Oklahoma City is notorious for its underground market of rap hustlers. In a time where only those with business savvy and outstanding determination supercede the stigma of just another rapper, Yung O is making strides to bring B.A.D. Muzik Entertainment and himself into the hip hop limelight throughout the whole "South" and beyond.

  • Zombie Vs. Shark

    (38 listeners)

    oklahoma, garage punk, norman, oklahoma rock

    Zombie vs. Shark formed in the fall 2007 in Norman, Oklahoma when Ron Haas and Matt Bokovoy met at Bill and Dee's Bar on Main Street. Both are longtime veterans of the punk underground, Ron in Austin, Texas, and Matt in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.