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  1. One-man band Louis Jones, hailing from Heckmondwike, West Yorkshire, recorded slightly skewed, reverb-heavy amalgamations of ‘60s doo wop, Brill…

  2. Fungi Girls are a trio from Cleburne, Texas. "The guys that comprise this power trio are all still barely over the legal driving age, but still not…

  3. Dead Ghosts are a four-piece garage rock and/or roll band from Vancouver, British Columbia. Rauchy lo-fi recording style, country-esque vibes,…

  4. Bare Wires was a psychedelic garage rock band from Oakland, CA that broke up in 2012 after imploding at SXSW and subsequently canceling the…

  5. Brilliant Colors' gritty indie pop sound, rooted in old-school New Zealand-based indie pop acts like the Chills and the Bats, grew out of lead singer…

  6. R. Cole Furlow fronts Dead Gaze, a skuzzy but very poppy lo-fi band out of Oxford, Mississippi. In 2010, after Dead Gaze's first cassette release,…

  7. Founded by Memphis blues-punk legend Greg Cartwright -- a former member of the Oblivians, the Compulsive Gamblers, and '68 Comeback -- Reigning…

  8. They play music so rich and saturated in reverb and bright, sun drenched psychedelia that it will make your headphones sweat like a cold soda can…

  9. San Francisco/Oakland’s The Mantles have been charting a unique path through the Bay Area’s storied garage/pop scene since 2007. The early…

  10. Indie pop act Big Troubles began working together in 2009, but their music speaks of their love for the sounds of the '80s and '90s, ranging from…

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