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The Six Teens

The Six Teens were an American pop group from Los Angeles, California, United States. All members of the group were teenagers or younger at the time of their first record: the oldest, 17-year-old ed wells and the youngest, 12-year-old Trudy Willi ...

                                               

Slug (band)

Slug was a noise rock group that formed in Los Angeles in 1988 by DJs from Loyola Marymount University campus radio station KXLU. Originally formed as an experimental noise collage trio utilizing metal percussion, feedback and primitive sound loo ...

                                               

Snew

SNEW is an American hard rock band from Los Angeles, California. The quintet consists of founders Curtis Don Vito, Andy Lux, and Mark Ohrenberger, along with Lenny Spickle, and Kelly Magee. Formed in 2005, SNEW has released three albums and has s ...

                                               

Snow & Voices

Snow & Voices is a Los Angeles-based dream pop band that was formed by the duo of Lauri Kranz and Jebin Bruni. The groups first album, the eponymous snow and Voices, was released in 2005. Snow and Voices is the sophomore effort that body was made ...

                                               

Soul Sign

Soul Sign is a heavy metal group based out of Los Angeles featuring Bjorn Englen on bass, Mark Boals on vocals, Mike Cancino on drums, and Jan Mengeling on guitar. The band toured in the United States 1997-2001, 2010-2013 in Europe 2010 & 2013. T ...

                                               

SouthGang

SouthGang was a Los Angeles-based rock band composed of lead vocalist Jesse Harte, guitarist Butch Walker, bassist Jayce Fincher, and drummer Mitch "Slug" McLee, active in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The bands original name was Byte the Bulle ...

                                               

Spiders & Snakes (band)

Spiders & Snakes is a Los Angeles-based glam rock band fronted by ex-London co-founder Lizzie Grey until his death, and by former London drummer Tim Yasui. The band draws heavily from British glam rock of the 1970s and performs regularly on the S ...

                                               

St. John Green

St. John Green was an American psychedelic rock band who released one self-titled LP, produced by Kim Fowley and Michael Lloyd, in 1968. The album has been described as "by turns frightening, dark, funny and stupid as it reeks of bad trip freak o ...

                                               

Stimulator (band)

Stimulator is an alternative rock band based in Los Angeles, California. The band was founded in 2002 by singer/songwriter Susan Hyatt and guitarist Geoff Tyson. The band’s songs have been featured in the Walt Disney film Ella Enchanted, MTVs The ...

                                               

Supercool (band)

Supercool was a band featuring singer Lantz LAmour, guitarist Stacey Blades of the version of L.A. Guns featuring singer Phil Lewis, former Faster Pussycat and Liberators bassist Eric Stacy, and at different times drummers Vik Foxx and Dave Moren ...

                                               

Sweet Valley (music group)

Sweet Valley is an electronic music duo consisting of Wavves member Nathan Williams and his brother, Joel "Kynan" Williams. The band describes themselves as a blood pact between two brothers, Nathan & Kynan Williams, gone awesomely off the rails, ...

                                               

Tearist

Tearist is an American electronic and industrial band formed in 2009 by Yasmine Kittles and William Strangeland in Los Angeles, California.

                                               

The Zeros (American glam punk band)

The Zeros, originally known as The Double" O” Zeros, were a glam metal and glam punk band from Los Angeles, California. Characterized by their matching purple hair, the band was a prominent figure on the Hollywood club scene of the late 1980s – e ...

                                               

Thunderdikk

Thunderdikk is fronted by lead singer, Dikk Thunder. According to Dikk, the band was formed "so people can let loose, dance and get crazy. When I called the other guys and told them the band was called Thunderdikk and the songs were about girls, ...

                                               

Time-Lapse Consortium

Time-Lapse Consortium is an American band formed in 2003. Their sound is described as Psychedelic, jazz, and funk. The group consists of current Incubus members Mike Einziger on guitar, Jose Pasillas on drums, Ben Kenney on bass, Neal Evans of So ...

                                               

Tinhorn

Tinhorn, formed in 2005, is a Los Angeles based heavy metal group formed by guitarist Harrison Thomas and drummer Jonathan Thomas, sons of Canadian comedian Dave Thomas of SCTV fame. Within two years, the lineup was solidified by the joining of D ...

                                               

Top Jimmy & The Rhythm Pigs

Top Jimmy & The Rhythm Pigs were an American rock and R&amp,B band that emerged from the Los Angeles punk/roots music scene of the late 1970s and early to mid-1980s. Music writer Chris Morris dubbed them "L.A. punks house band." This scene also p ...

                                               

Transviolet

Transviolet is an alternative pop-rock band from the United States formed in 2015. It consists of lead vocalist Sarah McTaggart, with Judah McCarthy, Michael Panek, and Jon Garcia as musicians and writers. The band initially formed online before ...

                                               

Tribe of Gypsies

Tribe of Gypsies are a San Fernando Valley, California-based Latin rock group, best known for band leader/guitarist Roy Z who has produced, written for, and played with such well-known artists as Judas Priest, Rob Halford, and Bruce Dickinson who ...

                                               

Trotsky Icepick

Trotsky Icepick is an American indie rock band. Their active period was 1983 through 1994. During that time they released six albums, all on SST Records. Members included alumni from LA indie groups, The Last, Urinals, Middle Class and Leaving Tr ...

                                               

TRV$DJAM

TRV$DJAM was a collaboration project between Travis Barker of Blink-182 and Adam Goldstein, a.k.a. DJ AM. They performed their first show on June 25, 2008 at the Roxy and released a mix tape online in August 2008 titled Fix Your Face. In June 200 ...

                                               

Vanaprasta

Vanaprasta is an American indie rock quintet from Los Angeles, California, consisting of Steven Wilkin, Collin Desha, Taylor Brown, Cameron Dmytryk, and Ben Smiley.

                                               

Vintage Trouble

Vintage Trouble is an American rhythm & blues band. The band formed in Hollywood, California in 2010. They have released three albums, The Bomb Shelter Sessions, The Swing House Acoustic Sessions and 1 Hopeful Rd. Their sound has been described a ...

                                               

Vitamin String Quartet

Vitamin String Quartet is a musical group from Los Angeles, California, that is widely known for its series of tribute albums to rock and pop acts. The vitamin string Quartet, or VSQ, is not a string Quartet in the traditional sense. Rather, VSQ ...

                                               

VOM (punk rock band)

VOM was conceived in 1976 as a self-described beat combo featuring the renowned writer and critic Richard Meltzer on vocals, with Gregg Turner on second vocals and "Metal" Mike Saunders on drums. The band also featured Dave Guzman on "tuneless rh ...

                                               

Chris Walden Big Band

The Chris Walden Big Band is a Grammy-nominated 18-piece jazz big band based in Los Angeles, California, founded in 1999 by German composer and arranger Chris Walden. The band consists of Los Angeles-based studio musicians who suggested to Walden ...

                                               

Whispertown

Whispertown is an American indie project of Morgan Nagler from Los Angeles, California, formerly known as The Whispertown 2000. They have toured or performed with Bright Eyes, Rilo Kiley, Jenny Lewis, The Breeders, She & Him, Maria Taylor, M. War ...

                                               

Wild & Free (band)

Wild & Free is Los Angeles based duo composed of producers, vocalists, and multi-instrumentalists Drew Kramer and George Cochrane. They produce songs in the electronic dance music, disco, chillwave, and related genres. Their first single "Tropiqu ...

                                               

Wildcat! Wildcat!

Wildcat! Wildcat! was formed in 2012 by Jesse Taylor, Michael Wilson, and Jesse Carmichael, and in December of that year they opened for Alt-J on that bands Western U.S. tour dates. The group released several 45 rpm singles in 2012 and 2013, and ...

                                               

Wintergreen (band)

Wintergreen is an alternative rock band from Los Angeles, best known for their song "When I Wake Up" and its accompanying music video. They have released much of their music for free online.

                                               

Wires on Fire

Wires on Fire are a Los Angeles-based rock band, formed in 2004 by Jeff Lynn, Dash Hutton, Michael Shuman and Evan Weiss. The band has released titles such as Homewrecker EP, Wires on Fire/Mean Reds split and their self-titled LP, which sold part ...

                                               

Wives (band)

Wives was a hardcore punk/noise rock trio from Los Angeles, California, U.S. consisting of guitarist Randy Randall, bassist/vocalist Dean Spunt, and drummer Jeremy Villalobos. In the three years the band were together, they released a self-titled ...

                                               

Woven (band)

Woven combines electronica and rock elements, influenced by the likes of Bjork, Aphex Twin, Pink Floyd, Janes Addiction and Deftones, to create music ranging from guitar-driven drum and bass to syncopated, sparse IDM. In 2001, Woven released its ...

                                               

Wrangler Brutes

Wrangler Brutes were formed around vocalist Sam McPheeters ex-Born Against, Mens Recovery Project, drummer Brooks Headley, guitarist Andy Coronado and bassist Cundo Bermudez of Nazti Skinz and Fast Forward. The band sold over 1.000 copies of thei ...

                                               

Year Long Disaster

Year Long Disaster was an American hard rock band from Los Angeles, California. Formed in 2004, the band was composed of vocalist and guitarist Daniel Davies, bassist Rich Mullins and drummer Brad Hargreaves. Hargreaves was later replaced by Rob ...

                                               

Your Enemies Friends

Your Enemies Friends is a post-hardcore rock band that formed in late 2001 in Los Angeles, California. They have shared the stage with bands such as.And you will know us trail of dead, blonde redhead, the Icarus line, TV on the radio, the promise ...

                                               

Youth Gone Mad

Youth Gone Mad is a punk rock band founded in California in 1980 by Paul "ENA" Kostabi. Youth Gone Mad signed onto the Posh Boy Records roster, scored a minor radio hit with "Oki Dogs" in 1981, and played with bands such as Black Flag, Caustic Ca ...

                                               

Zaum (band)

Zaum was a music project band that included Tool drummer Danny Carey, along with Tool associates Chris Pitman, Vince DeFranco, and Marko Fox. The official tool newsletter of April 2000 had the following to say about the project: Zaum had some dem ...

                                               

Circle X

Circle X formed in Louisville, Kentucky in 1978 when art students Bruce Witsiepe and Tony Pinotti abandoned the punk band No Fun to join brothers Rik Letendre and Dave Letendre, who played in the I-Holes – both bands of which were considered the ...

                                               

Crain (band)

Crain was an indie band from the early 1990s Louisville, Kentucky. The band was similar to Slint and Rodan, as a part of the math rock and post-rock genres. Crane only two full-length albums and several 7" records. Their first record, that Steve ...

                                               

The Phantom Family Halo

The Phantom Family Halo is an American indie rock band from Louisville in Kentucky notable for music described as having a "post-metal state of ungodly loudness" while managing to achieve a "neat creepy B-movie horror feel." The six-member band, ...

                                               

Ultratone

Ultratone is a Louisville, Kentucky-based alternative rock band. Ultratone has been featured and reviewed in a number of Louisville-based and regional media outlets. Ultratone core members Joe Scheirich guitar and vocals, John choice on bass, and ...

                                               

Cooder Graw

Cooder Graw is a self-described "loud country" band from Amarillo and Lubbock, Texas. It is also the title of their second album. The group was formed in 1998. It is perhaps best known for the song "Llano estacado" that was featured on a series o ...

                                               

Alhambra Orchestra

The Alhambra Orchestra is an amateur orchestra based in Miami, Florida. For over 25 years, the orchestra has promoted classical music throughout Miami-Dade County by presenting residents with free concerts throughout the local area. It has also m ...

                                               

Baby Calendar

Baby Calendar is a three- piece indie pop band from Miami, Florida. In 2006, Baby Calendar was signed to Happy Birthday To Me Records based in Athens, Georgia and known for releasing mostly indie pop and twee-pop bands, working with bands such as ...

                                               

The Beat Club

Ony Rodriguez began his career in the late 1980s as a rhythm guitarist and producer with EMI recording group The Voice In Fashion. Even after attaining minor commercial success, Ony Rodriguez decided to pursue his personal interests and style of ...

                                               

Caught Inside (band)

Caught Inside was a four-member punk band originally from Miami, Florida. They played a lot at Cheers, a punk rock club in Miami, Florida. They were an active band from Winter 1994 until Winter of 2000. Most notably, they were signed to Drive-Thr ...

                                               

Endo (band)

Endo was a four-piece nu metal group from Miami, Florida. The band formed in 1995, released two major record label albums in 2001 and 2003, and worked on songs for a third before disbanding in 2007. In 2012, the band got back together with Gil, E ...

                                               

Ex Norwegian

Ex Norwegian originated in Miami Beach, FL in the summer of 2008 and officially launched at that years CMJ Festival in New York City, NY after the success of their debut single "Something Unreal." The band was created out of Roger Houdailles Fath ...

                                               

Fallz

Fallz was a 2000s Miami-based pop band. Their music was featured on MTV’s Power Girls reality series, Tekademics’ Mischief Invasion and Mischief Dynasty CD soundtracks, and Superverse’s Zoom Suit comic promotions. In addition, Fallz licensed musi ...

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