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considers how nostalgia is an influence on current musicians in the garage rock scene and how it allows them to be a part of the mainstream.
Finding the values of "activism," "antagonism," and "community" in the music, Hicks argues that garage rock was a type of avant-garde artistic movement, specifically a variety of futurism.
I only heard two of their songs but the blackened garage rock and supplementary hoofer were quite the combination.
Don't miss their brand of scuzzy garage rock, honed via exhaustive stints on the live circuit supporting the likes of Oasis and Foo Fighters, as well as well-received appearances at Reading, Glastonbury, Leeds and T in the Park.
HAVING skirted the edge of the US indie scene, Texan trio White Denim have managed built a reputation for rowdy, eclectic garage rock.
Out Here lacks the orchestral instrumentation to back the paranoid lyrics about death that made Forever Changes the document of late-'60s LA that it was, but it works as a counterpoint--straightforward and more obviously tortured, Arthur Lee howling his voice to shreds over messy drums and garage rock riffs while trying to escape from the city that was as much a part of the band as he was.
THERE'S only one place to experience the full force of a garage rock band - in a garage.
Yo La Tengo, I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat Your Ass (Matador) Featuring a piece for chamber orchestra, a full-on garage rock stomper, and a funky piano ditty sung in falsetto, New Jersey's finest continue to push the parameter of indie rock.
Demimonde Slumber Party, the female-led trio that blends infectious pop-punk with '60s garage rock, will kick things off at 5 p.
On record they're kind of breathy and sophisticated, but live it all apparently takes on a far more garage rock guise.
Matt: One misconception about the album and "House of Jealous Lovers" is that we came in with these garage rock songs and then DFA brought in the electronic element.
The sound they synthesized from this radically polarized mix of reference points--which ranged from musique concrete to garage rock, auteur cinema to schlock horror (their name comes from a late-'60s Japanese B movie) and porn, Dadaist poetry to underground comix--is as "difficult" as one might expect yet also oddly consistent, at times almost tranquil.