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On Switch draws influence from The Clash, X, Social D, the Stooges, the Descendents and Nirvana to name a few. Check out the three songs and an interview with Trisity Choas.
13 Feb 2008
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The Morlocks, is a Los Angeles based garage punk rock band made up of Leighton Koizumi, Marky, Bobby Bones, Lenny Pops and Nic Jodoin. The Morlocks are getting ready for a 30 day European Tour. The Morlocks Webisodes chronicles the journey of these 5 bandmates. A new Episode is released weekly and if funding becomes available we may even go on tour with The Morlocks as they invade Europe. This webisode introduces the band through a series of interviews and performance video.
11 Apr 2007
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The Morlocks are set up and ready to play but there's one problem, Leighton is missing. The Morlocks, is a Los Angeles based garage punk rock band more... made up of Leighton Koizumi, Marky, Bobby Bones, Lenny Pops and Nic Jodoin. The Morlocks are getting ready for a 30 day European Tour. The Morlocks Webisodes chronicles the journey of these 5 bandmates. A new Episode is released weekly and if funding becomes available we may even go on tour with The Morlocks as they invade Europe. This webisode introduces the band through a series of interviews and performance video.
11 Apr 2007
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Marky and Nic pull out there guns and start shooting before discussing 'The Morlocks' European Tour dates. The Morlocks, is a Los Angeles based garage punk rock band more... made up of Leighton Koizumi, Marky, Bobby Bones, Lenny Pops and Nic Jodoin. The Morlocks are getting ready for a 30 day European Tour. The Morlocks Webisodes chronicles the journey of these 5 bandmates. A new Episode is released weekly and if funding becomes available we may even go on tour with The Morlocks as they invade Europe. This webisode introduces the band through a series of interviews and performance video.
11 Apr 2007
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Awesome garage punk rock band from Long Beach performs three songs live in the flashrock studio and an interview with TFG.
14 Oct 2007
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From Joplin Missouri, The Modern Primitives play some excellent rock’n lo-fi garage punk. *******www.myspace****/wearemodernboys
20 Jan 2008
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This is part two of a two part video of Davila 666 a Puerto Rican Garage Punk band playing at Off Broadway in St. Louis.
8 Aug 2009
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Inside The Distillery, the analog-only studio of garage/punk engineer Mike McHugh.
21 Apr 2011
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Watch it in HD (720p) ----- Leave a comment --------------------------------- IN ENGLISH --------------------------------- This is a list of what i think were the best albums released in 2012 in the garage-rock / garage-punk style. This is a list of only original albums! 7", EP's, singles, compilation albums and live albums were not included! If you think there are no great bands around here, turn off your TV and go outside! I know some people don't like my music taste, but i'm ok with that. Maybe this is a good way to discover your new favourite band. Support these artists! Buy their records and go to their shows! Feel free to comment! If you wanna know what i've been listening lately, check it out: www.last.fm/user/AFS73 Finnaly, i'd like to thank every users who uploaded videos to youtube! --------------------------------- EM PORTUGUÊS --------------------------------- Esta é uma lista dos albuns que eu considero terem sido os melhores que saíram em 2012 no mundo do garage-rock e garage-punk. É uma lista de apenas albuns de originais, isto é, EP's, singles, compilações e albuns ao vivo não foram incluídos! Existem inúmeras boas bandas por aí, descubram-nas! É uma lista que reflete o meu gosto musical, que compreendo não agrade a todos. Podem aproveitar este video para ficarem a conhecer aquelas que provavelmente irão ser as tuas bandas favoritas no futuro. Ajudem estes artistas! Comprem os seus discos e vão aos seus concertos! Comentem à vontade! Se quiserem ficar a saber o que ando a ouvir ultimamente, vejam aqui: *******www.lastfm****.br/user/AFS73 Gostaria de agradecer a todos os utilizadores que postaram videos no youtube, porque só desta forma consegui fazer o meu! --------------------------------- TRACK LIST --------------------------------- Bits Of Shit - Intro (from "Cut Sleeves") A Giant Dog - Cowboy (from "Fight") Audacity - Punk confusion (from "Mellow Cruisers") Bare Wires - Chasing time (from "Idle Dreams") Brat Farrar - You got me hanging around (from "Brat Farrar") Bits Of Shit - F (from "Cut Sleeves") Black Jaspers - Erased world (from "Scum Of The Moon") Cheap Time - Another time (from "Wallpaper Music") Crooked Bangs - Evil eye/le mauvais ceil (from "Crooked Bangs") Dikes of Holland - Rotten taste (from "Braindead USA") Gay Anniversary - Cop city (from "New In Class") Glockenwise - Bardamu girls (from "Building Waves") Glow Kit - Special Occasions (from "Glow Kit") Hellshovel - Summer's over (from "Hated By The Sun") Hives - Patrolling days (from "Lex Hives") Hussy - Undefined (from "Weed Seizure") Jeff The Brotherhood - Sixpack (from "Hypnotic Nights") Jeffrey Novak - Here comes snakeman (from "Baron In The Trees") K-Holes - Rats (from "Dismania") Le Prince Harry - Fancy for a cancer (from "It's Getting Worse") Mind Spiders - Wait for us (from "Meltdown") Nice Face - Equipped (from "Horizon Fires") Nü Sensae - Swin (from "Sundowning") OBN IIIs - Self-hate (From "OBN IIIs") OFF! - Wiped out (from "OFF!") Paint Fumes - Buried alive (from "Uck Life") Parkinsons - Girl from another world (from "Back To Life") Rippers - I Was Going Home (from "Better The Devil You Know") Slug Guts - Glory holes (from "Playin' in Time with the Deadbeat") Soupcans - Negative genes (from "Good Feelings") Spider Bags - Friday night (from "Shake My Head") Teenanger - Frights (from "Frights") Terry Malts - I do (from "Killing Time") Thee Oh Sees - Wax face (from "Putrifiers II") Tucán - Tocayo (from "Empatitis") Turbonegro - I got a knife (from "Sexual Harassment") Ty Segall - You're the doctor (from "Twins") Ty Segall Band - Tell me what's inside your heart (from "Slaughterhouse") Tyvek - Say yeah (from "On Triple Beams") White Wires - Down on my own (from "WWIII") Wild Evel And The Trashbones - Let's go right now (from "Tales From The Cave") Hex Dispensers - Hybrid Moments (from "Parallel EP")
24 Dec 2012
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New Garage Punk & Trash Blues Rock Band! "THE KILLS" song" Wait " "red meat heart" HOTEL(Gr/Co) VV(Vo/Gr) HP *******www.thekills.tv
27 Dec 2008
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2010. fender stratocaster electric guitar best Progressive rock, stoner rock, jam bands, krautrock, new age, punk rock, proto punk, garage punk, noise rock, acid rock, hard rock, gothic rock, heavy metal, dub reggae, trip hop, madchester, shoegazing, dream pop, zeuhl, symphonic rock, phleng phuea chiwit, ambient music Blues-rock, folk-rock, musique concrete, raga, garage rock, art rock the doors the beatles jefferson airplain cream The Velvet Underground Strawberry Alarm Clock Supertramp Hawkwind Blossom Toes The Blues Magoos The Electric Prunes The United States of America The Seeds Vanilla Fudge The Zombies Silver Apples The Incredible String Band Pearls Before Swine The Grateful Dead Can The Soft Machine The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band love Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band 13th Floor Elevators Yes Eloy King Crimson Porcupine Tree Genesis Chicago Dream Theater Pink Floyd Camel Tangerine Dream Gentle Giant Deep Purple Magma The Soft Machine Rush Jethro Tull Marillion The Tangent Van Der Graaf Generator Amesoeurs Kansas Frank Zappa IQ Gong Emerson Lake & Palmer Status Minor Steve Hackett The Flower Kings Premiata Forneria Marconi Transatlantic Trio Offensive Rick Wakeman Renaissance Pain of Salvation Riverside Archangel Hawkwind Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Uriah Heep Galahad
29 Jan 2010
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Video directed by me,psy your head and enjoy ! An Uknown Amazing Band Just Check Them. Genre:Progressive/Psychedelic Rock Album:39 Laps some infos: Monkey3 are a psychedelic rock band from Lausanne, Switzerland, that is similar in style to bands like Beaver, latter day Celestial Season, Pink Floyd and especially 35007. They rely on hypnotic riffs and repetitive nature of music. In live situation this is all enhanced by light shows and by projecting images and snippets from movies on to the stage or a backdrop. Official website: MonkeyThree**** MONKEY 3 BEST OF PSYCHEDELIC ROCK MUSIC Ignore These Tags: best Progressive rock, stoner rock, jam bands, krautrock, new age, punk rock, proto punk, garage punk, noise rock, acid rock, hard rock, gothic rock, heavy metal, dub reggae, trip hop, madchester, shoegazing, dream pop, zeuhl, symphonic rock, phleng phuea chiwit, ambient music Blues-rock, folk-rock, musique concrete, rāga, garage rock, art rock the doors the beatles jefferson airplain cream The Velvet Underground Strawberry Alarm Clock Supertramp Hawkwind Blossom Toes The Blues Magoos The Electric Prunes The United States of America The Seeds Vanilla Fudge The Zombies Silver Apples The Incredible String Band Pearls Before Swine The Grateful Dead Can The Soft Machine The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band love Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band 13th Floor Elevators Yes Eloy King Crimson Porcupine Tree Genesis Chicago Dream Theater Pink Floyd Camel Tangerine Dream Gentle Giant Deep Purple Magma The Soft Machine Rush Jethro Tull Marillion The Tangent Van Der Graaf Generator Amesoeurs Kansas Frank Zappa IQ Gong Emerson Lake & Palmer Status Minor Steve Hackett The Flower Kings Premiata Forneria Marconi Transatlantic Trio Offensive Rick Wakeman Renaissance Pain of Salvation Riverside Archangel Hawkwind Omar Rodriguez-Lopez Uriah Heep Galahad _______________________
29 Jan 2010
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Die komplette Beat Club-Folge mit diesem Auftritt jetzt im iTunes Store erhältlich! *******clk.tradedoubler****/click?p=23761&a=1842295&url=http%3A%2F%2Fitunes.apple****%2FWebObjects%2FMZStore.woa%2Fwa%2FviewTVSeason%3Fi%3D316347689%26id%3D315985984%26s%3D143443%26uo%3D4%26partnerId%3D2003 "Kick out the jams, mother..."! Der kontroverse Song der Detroiter Garagenrockband MC5 live im Beat Club am 25.03.1972! Zusammen mit Iggy & The Stooges schufen die Gitarristen Wayne Kramer und Fred "Sonic" Smith quasi den musikalischen Vorläufer von dem, was Ende der 70er Jahre als Punk berühmt wurde. Roher, wilder, ungeschliffener Sound, der musikalisch so gar nicht in die damalige Zeit passt, aber die Verunsicherung in der amerikanischen Gesellschaft am Ende der Hippieära (Altamont, Vietnam, Watergate) wiederspiegelt. Along with Iggy & The Stooges the Michigan based MC5 (= Motor City 5; Motor City = Detroit) was one of the first bands who started a prototype of what would later be called punk rock today also known as protopunk. Founded by the two friends and guitarists Wayne Kramer and Fred "Sonic" Smith, the band is best known for the controversial song "Kick Out The Jams" from their debut album. The whole album was recorded live with audience on December 31st at the Grande Ballroom in Detroit a novelty for a debut album, but MC5s label, Elektra Records, recognized that the band were at their best when playing live. And soon went into some trouble with the title track: Vocalist Rob Tyner started the song with the words "All right now, its time to Kick out the jams, motherfuckers!" before the opening riffs. For the single release and radio play the line was later re-recorded as "Kick out the jams, brothers and sisters". During the years the song was covered by various artists in different musical styles, from hard rock (Blue Öyster Cult), hardcore (Bad Brains) and stoner rock (Monster Magnet) to Swedish death metal (Entombed) and Japanese garage punk (Guitar Wolf).
26 Mar 2013
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"I Don't Need No Doctor" was a hit song by Ray Charles in 1966. Over the years, it has been covered by bands such as garage rock band The Chocolate Watch Band in 1969, Humble Pie in 1971, New Riders of the Purple Sage in 1972, metal band W.A.S.P. in 1986 and by the garage punk band The Nomads in 1989. Styx also covered this song. Humble Pie's version became an FM radio hit and peaked at #73 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. The jazz guitar player John Scofield recorded a version for his album That's What I Say: John Scofield Plays the Music of Ray Charles in 2005, featuring the blues guitarist John Mayer on additional guitar and vocals. Mayer covered the song again with his band during his tour in summer 2007. A recorded live version is also available on his CD/DVD release Where the Light Is.
17 Feb 2015
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