The Underground Railroad to Candyland is a new project headed by Todd C. of F.Y.P and Toys That Kill fame. Based in San Pedro, CA, The Underground Railroad to Candyland is a spazzy, happy, fun time for all involved. They've been to Japan.
Dirty DIY punk from Las Cruces, New Mexico since 2006. They have releases on Dirt Cult, Fast Crowd, Repulsion, Let's Pretend, Muy Autentico!, Small Pool, Silver Sprocket/Facepalm, Razorcake, and Dead Broke Records.
Mammary, begun in 2009, is the solo project of brunette balladeer Mallory Watje, whose irresistible siren songs have cause the shipwrecks of many wayward sailors on the rocky crags and cliffs of Isla Vista, CA.
With dirt clog laden, banged-up punk rock that makes me feel deja vu for the early days of Jawbreaker and Lookout bands galore, Punkin' Pie nets a delicious profit of literate musing, simple back-to-basics musical mischief, and boy/girl vocal pingponging.
Tinyfolk was the solo project of Russ W first in Bloomington, IN and then Chicago, IL from 2005 to 2011. Occasionally other people (Meghan L of iron like nylon, Jim L of Garden on a Trampoline) contributed as well.
One Reason is three people that play music (Lexie, Ginger, Greg) and one person that habitually cleans and draws (Richrd) that are for the most part based out of the tiny town of Cleveland, Mississippi.
There are at least four artists named Shakes. 1) American electronic/dubstep producer. He released his debut EP, "Moving On", on SPL's Hollow Point label.
http://soundcloud.com/the1nonlyshakes 2) Shakes is an indie folk artist from Boston, MA.