The Lackloves were formed in 1996 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin by Mike Jarvis of early-90's power-pop band The Blow Pops, who enjoyed international success with the release of the classic pop albums "Charmed, I'm Sure" and "American Beauties", both released on Get Hip Records.
Lenola was an indie-rock noise-pop group formed in New Jersey in 1994, originally envisioned as a four-track project by lead man Jay Laughlin, but with the addition of guitarist David Grubb and drummer Sean Byrne, eventually became a standard band.
Long shadows and primordial distortion compete for attention within that retro mold—somewhere between the Animals and ? and the Mysterians—but there are sturdy enough songs at the core to make it more than just an exercise in style. This kind of band sounds best steeped in beer and sweat, so be sure to crowd as close to the stage as humanly possible.
Low Flying Owls had quite the hiatus but we’re back. After touring behind our first official release, Elixir Vitae, and supporting noteworthy luminaries The Fall, Clinic, and Blonde Redhead, we disbanded in the latter part of 2005. Seven years forward, we have a new album on the musical horizon.
"One of the more prominent bands on the so-called Psychedelphia scene (best known for producing Bardo Pond and the Lilys), Aspera -- initially dubbed Aspera Ad Astra -- evolved from a noisy space rock group into a dreamier, more electronic outfit.
Denise James is an artist from from Detroit, Michigan who plays jangle pop/indie pop music. Petula Clark and other mid-60s pop idols are key influences. She's had three album releases as of November 2010. The first, her 2001 self-titled album, was followed by 2004's 'It's Not Enough to Love' and then 2006's 'Promises'.
The Gurus are a power pop influenced psychedelic rock band from Barcelona, Spain. Made up of musicians Josep Pons, Emili Ramirez, and Serio Bartel, the group has released four albums through Rainbow Quartz records since they formed in 1996.
1) Indie pop group heavily influenced by The Byrds and The Hollies based in Sweden. Swedish natives Pontus Berggrensson (drums), Lasse Hindberg (guitar/vocals), and Göran Frennesson (bass) formed the Rhinos in spring of 2000.