Oxford Collapse was an indie rock band from Brooklyn, New York, United States which formed in 2002. The band consisted of Michael Pace (vocals, guitar), Adam Rizer (vocals, bass) and Dan Fetherston (drums). The band announced their split in June 2009
There are two bands called Aloha 1) American indie rock band currently signed to Polyvinyl Record Company. The four members of Aloha are scattered across the eastern half of the country, but spend most of their time making music together. Some Echoes is the second Aloha album since T.
2002-present Say Hi To Your Mom (presently Say Hi) is a Seattle-based, indie-pop/lo-fi rock group. Formed by Eric Elbogen in Brooklyn 2002, Say Hi's albums are mostly recorded at Elbogen's home, with him playing a majority of the instruments and providing vocals.
Thunderbirds are Now! are an electropunk band from Detroit, Michigan, United States in 2002. They consist of Ryan Allen (vocals, guitar), Scott Allen (keyboards), Julian Wettlin (bass) and Matt Rickle (drums). The Allen brothers are the only remaining members of the original lineup.
If you're familiar with Aqueduct you'll be happy to hear that David Terry's love of the pop hook has only gotten stronger with time. However, unlike I Sold Gold's huge, blown-out drum sounds and blip-pop synths, Or Give Me Death finds Terry broadening his tonal horizons to encompass mariachi horns, Gershwin-esque strings, looped and layered vocals, and grand piano.
Matt Pond PA (usually written with lowercase letters: matt pond PA) is an indie band formed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1998 by singer/songwriter Matt Pond, along with guitarist/bassist Josh Kramer, violinist Rosie McNamara-Jones, cellist Jim Hostetter, and drummer Sean Byrne (previously of Lenola and The Twin Atlas).
The Most Serene Republic is a Canadian indie rock band formed in Milton, Ontario, by band members Adrian Jewett, Ryan Lenssen, and Nick Greaves, who had all left school to pursue more artistic ventures. The band takes its name from the sobriquet of formerly independent Venice under the Doges, which was regarded as "The Most Serene Republic of Venice."
For the past ten years, indie rock troubadours Mock Orange have continued to produce some of the most original and intricate records the genre has to offer. The band first introduced us to their sound in 1998 with “Nines & Sixes.” The record immediately established Mock Orange on the national scene and received critical acclaim in the press along with a spot on the CMJ Top 60 college radio charts.
Rob Crow is an exceedingly prolific songwriter who has recorded under his own name, as well as in the bands Pinback, Heavy Vegetable, Thingy, Physics, Optiganally Yours, Goblin Cock, and The Ladies, among others.
The Anniversary was an indie rock band formed in 1997 in Lawrence, Kansas. The band released two full length albums: "Your Majesty and "Designing a Nervous Breakdown" as well as a number of splits. Originally a group of high school friends, Matthew Pryor of The Get Up Kids approached them about recording an album.