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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).

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  • Avatar for Zarlacc
    Miss the Benders. :( Another trash album from their 2nd act, Big Echo was so good. Le sigh.
  • Avatar for EMMADONNA483
    ♥♥♥♥♥♥
  • Avatar for AbuRudeboys
    damnit anna :(
  • Avatar for marisasophie
    Check out my blog post reviewing Big Echo! http://musicyoumayhavemissed.wordpress.com/2014/11/09/dont-let-the-name-change-fool-you/
  • Avatar for Pokymonn
    Zankyou no Terror \\\\_//
  • Avatar for freezZa
    пиздец пиздец пиздец, такую группу загубили....
  • Avatar for obedgloria
    yeah what happened to the morning benders? damn.. this is shit.
  • Avatar for jmnixon95
    uuuugggghhhhhh
  • Avatar for 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.
  • Avatar for fischerprice
    these guys fell off so hard

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