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Berkeley, San Francisco CA, United States

POP ETC is an American indie band from Berkeley, California. The band was formerly known as The Morning Benders.

As The Morning Benders the band released a number of EPs and two full-length albums: Talking Through Tin Cans (2008) and Big Echo (2010).

On March 25, 2012, the band posted on Facebook and Twitter that the band’s name would be changed to POP ETC. Their first album under the new name is the self-titled POP ETC (2012).

The band consists of Julian Harmon, Tim Or, Jonathan Chu and Christopher Chu.

Website: www.popetcetera.com

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  • Pokymonn

    Zankyou no Terror \\\\_//

    1 Aug 12:19pm Reply
  • freezZa

    пиздец пиздец пиздец, такую группу загубили....

    15 Jun 1:57am Reply
  • obedgloria

    yeah what happened to the morning benders? damn.. this is shit.

    26 Jan 6:55am Reply
  • jmnixon95

    uuuugggghhhhhh

    20 Jan 9:10am Reply
  • Eoipa

    Haters gonna hate. POP ETC is a beautiful album revolving around the themes of being honest with one's self, creative vision, and overall control of life. With the name change, Pop Etc realized that they couldn't be anyone but themselves. Also, embracing POP music as a genre is a powerful beautiful thing. For many artists, the main goal is to spread their music to as many people as people, and pop music is the most effective medium to achieve that collective - it's a beautiful thing. Funny thing is, tons of indie-artists are now recognizing this and the most successful ones of late, I'd argue, have integrated pop sentimentality into their sound - tame impala's lonerism, vampire weekend's mvotc and a whole bunch of others. Even if the music seems a little hard to digest, I'd recommend re-listening to it and embracing it for what it is. It's fun and some good shit. That's not to say that they can't improve, but that I look forward to what Pop Etc releases next.

    3 Jan 5:39pm Reply
  • fischerprice

    these guys fell off so hard

    16 Dec 2013 Reply
  • ilinsic

    rip big echo

    24 Oct 2013 Reply
  • docword21

    you niggas suck

    7 Oct 2013 Reply
  • mashymashy

    laaaaaaaaaaame

    9 Aug 2013 Reply
  • leisuresuite

    Hahahahahahaha this is so bad. And not because of the genre-change. God, I love rnb. But this is just bad. The vocals, the production, the lyrics, the melodies. The lack of inspiration here is astonishing.

    7 Aug 2013 Reply
  • CagedElephants

    Had no idea this was the morning benders.

    2 Jul 2013 Reply
  • jussslic

    Whyyyyy?

    24 Apr 2013 Reply
  • GWTP92

    Fuck'em all. be yourselves. u r great!

    21 Feb 2013 Reply
  • xrid

    perhaps they went for it under a new name, so they can go back as Morning Benders without having the name stained :D

    4 Jan 2013 Reply
  • headphased

    if it sounds amazing, then yeah, of course. experimenting with new sounds is generally cool, but not when it actually does end up sounding like One Direction.

    29 Dec 2012 Reply
  • conditionals

    New direction is interesting. What, you all want a band to have only One Direction?

    23 Dec 2012 Reply
  • davygrohl

    http://funnyasduck.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/funny-haters-gonna-hate-cat-pics.jpg

    13 Dec 2012 Reply
  • headphased

    i wouldn't have minded the name change so much if they didn't decide to become so awful as well.

    12 Dec 2012 Reply
  • wackingmonkey

    Yoyo and R.Y.B. will be summer 2013 anthems. You heard it here first. POP ETC!

    2 Dec 2012 Reply
  • bgod

    "Speak Up" I like! But their album was almost unlistenable...

    30 Nov 2012 Reply
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