• The RIPE

    BioNewsDiscographyOn tourBio The Ripe sprang forth from its roots in power-pop, folk, garage, and psychedelia while still being nurtured by contemporary sounds and influences. Born in 2007, the Austin, Texas quartet consists of Jake Garcia (formerly of The Ugly Beats) on guitar and vocals, Gian Ortiz (also of Amplified Heat’s fame) on bass and vocals, and [...] Continue Reading

    BioNewsDiscographyOn tourBio Rainy Day Saints were born out of frustration, heartache, love and power chords. Setting controls for the heart of the sun is multi instrumentalist Dave Swanson.  He and his cohorts parade along the rock and roll route oblivious to the fact that the scenery along the way has most definitely changed. In other [...] Continue Reading

    BioNewsDiscographyOn tourPhotos / VideosPressBio Pow Wows came onto the Toronto underground scene in the summer of 2010. Early gigs set the tone for their reputation as authentic garage and punk rock players, with performances alongside such underground heroes as the Zoobombs and No Bunny. Being loyal children of 1980s technology, the group recorded some impromptu [...] Continue Reading

    BioNewsDiscographyOn tourBio The Nervebreakers are a mid 70s-early 80s Texas punk band considered by many to be the first of their kind in the Southwest.  Opening the first Dallas shows for the Ramones, Sex Pistols, and The Clash. Releasing an EP and 2 singles on Wild Child Records in the late 70s including “My Girlfriend is a Rock", [...] Continue Reading

    BioNewsDiscographyOn tourPhotos / VideosPressBio Delivering tough but hook-laden pop/rock with lyrics that merge the witty and the cynical, the Pittsburgh-based band the Breakup Society pick up where leader Ed Masley's former band, the Frampton Brothers left off...literally. The Breakup Society's story began when vocalist, rhythm guitarist, and songwriter Masley, lead guitarist Sean Lally, and bassist [...] Continue Reading
  • Paul Collins Beat PAUL COLLINS BEAT

    BioNewsOn tourBio Rock icon and cult favorite Paul Collins got his start with Peter Case and Jack Lee in 1974. Their band The Nerves toured with The Ramones and recorded a song called “Hanging On The Telephone.” The song would later become a hit when covered by Deborah Harry and Blondie on the Parallel Lines [...] Continue Reading