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03/23/2008 09:15:30 PM · #26
Mike Dunn and the Kings of New England

Amazing.
03/23/2008 09:37:42 PM · #27
Great Boston Band; Six Day Slide
//www.sixdayslide.com/flash/

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03/23/2008 09:48:27 PM · #28
The Twenty % Tippers

//tippersmusic.com

unauthorized site:

//blackyak.com/tippers

Message edited by author 2008-03-23 21:49:28.
04/03/2008 06:54:50 AM · #29
Local band with english lyrics.

Abbie Gale

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04/03/2008 08:26:39 AM · #30
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The Shuffle Demons .

A really fun jazz group I saw perform once in a university pub and never forgot them.

Many years later I went out for drinks with some co-workers. The lead Shuffle Demon was at the same place and happened to be a friend of my friend. We all ended up partying all night. I think we ended up in a balcony at some wierd concert hall. It's all a blur.
04/03/2008 08:44:21 AM · #31
Immune

Nobody in the world sounds like these guys. Haunting, kind of dystopian and just brilliant.

If you're going to listen to one band from this thread, make it these guys. It won't be what you expected.Immune

04/03/2008 08:49:26 AM · #32
Bonobo don't know if he is well known but here in Canada no one knows about him.
04/03/2008 08:53:42 AM · #33
Blue Hawaiians a local band from Flint, MI. They rock!
04/03/2008 09:04:37 AM · #34
Japhy Ryder
//www.japhyryder.com

Message edited by author 2008-04-03 09:05:00.
04/03/2008 09:19:38 AM · #35
I dunno about band... but...

Otofuke...

A street musician I met in Japan...

Pretty good.
08/13/2008 01:46:10 PM · #36
Luke Mulholland

Saith

Breanna Lynn


Clayton Senne


08/13/2008 01:48:12 PM · #37
-itis

They are sick ass good! Really stoopid too! I love them!

ETA: WooHoo they are in town this week! Well I know where I am going this weekend!

Message edited by author 2008-08-13 13:52:46.
08/13/2008 01:51:43 PM · #38
Laura Shay (also on myspace)
08/13/2008 01:54:26 PM · #39
The Sticky Ballsack Avengers
08/13/2008 02:13:23 PM · #40
House of Heroes
08/27/2008 05:00:13 PM · #41
Heavy Young Heathens
08/27/2008 05:08:12 PM · #42
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baeblemusic.com (the company i work for) has some great videos of unknown bands. they let you stream full concerts of the bands for free. some recommendations are the kills, the whip, blonde redhead, the new pornographers, these new putitans, voxtrot, lykke li, and (for the hardcore) health. i may be a bit biased, but i think there's some great stuff.

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08/27/2008 05:22:18 PM · #43
Nine Horses
09/08/2008 07:15:45 PM · #44
This is the first EP studio recording of this band.


Number One Dad


Metroland Magazine listed "Number One Dad" as the best high school band in the capital region. In fact, they won the money they used to buy the studio time in a Battle of the Bands contest.

Full Disclosure: Ok, I'm a bit biased. My son is in the band, plays alto sax on all the songs and is the one you hear singing on "Follow Me" and "The Ballad of the Chairy Tree" (yes, Chairy, not Cherry, that's the song).

If you like the songs, you are free to download them.
10/21/2008 02:23:50 AM · #45
Have a look at our site and music...would love to hear some feedback!

The Remedy Band is an Atlanta, GA based band that specializes in entertaining audiences with southern rock, soulful blues and a healthy mix of everyday classic rock. We ARE Atlanta, Georgia's premiere southern rock band!

You can see our site and videos/music here:

www.rockinwithremedy.com

Thanks!
10/21/2008 02:34:38 AM · #46
Byanka
Spleen
Verka Serduchka
Chi-Li

Well, this is mainstream, but you don't know it.
Many obscure little bands and groups of all sorts that I don't have links for. Once you know the language a bit it is a goldmine. But that's my taste. :)
10/21/2008 02:49:47 AM · #47
Originally posted by KarenNfld:

Great Big Sea


YESSSSSSS!

The Arrogant Worms

Totally hilarious. Listen to "Canada is Really Big".

(They're here next weekend so hopefully I'll get to go :D )

youtube of "kill the dog next door"

Message edited by author 2008-10-21 02:56:14.
10/21/2008 04:07:24 AM · #48
Dave and the Dynamos, Tony and the Initials 2 great bands
10/21/2008 04:16:07 AM · #49
Pure Prairie League yes.. still around after all these years

//www.pureprairieleague.com/
10/21/2008 03:00:31 PM · #50
Gene Lipps

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