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King Louie: Chinese Crawfish (Album) 2004

King Louie: One Man Band

Chinese Crawdad

Goner Records (Memphis)


One-man stomp from Mr. Bankston, the man from N’orleans, recorded by Jay Yuenger.  Another set of noteworthy 21st century garage.

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Tight Bro's: Lend You a Hand (Album) 2001

Tight Bro’s

Lend You a Hand

Kill Rock Stars


Proving that Girl Town ain’t just a bunch of nurd glasses and torn panties, this Olympia outfit puts ’70s hard rock through the punk-rock wringer, backs the Dodge van into the garage, the power-booster punched, the jams from the Supertuner blasting through a pair of speakers they stole from the drive-in, the Alice Cooper Group, AC/DC and even Led Zeppelin at their most basic, this band sporting their influences like patches on a jean jacket.   48 more words

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The Little Killers (Album) 2003

The Little Killers

The Little Killers

Crypt Records


NYC garage stomp, the guy doing the lead vocals, the first of two sets, the sound coming from the South but with that East-Coast R&B swagger, taking cues from the best years of rock and roll: 1954 – 1963. 46 more words

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A Vivid, Edgy New Loopmusic Album and a Chelsea Release Show by Innovative Violist Jessica Meyer

Violist Jessica Meyer has an intriguingly vivid new solo electroacoustic album, Sounds of Being, streaming at Bandcamp. It’s her first collection of original compositions. 325 more words