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The Gories - 100% match to The Dirtbombs

Genres: Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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Comprising three Detroit, Michigan, USA natives - Mick Collins (18 December 1965), Dan Kroha (b. 30 May 1965; guitar) and Margaret Ann ‘Peg’ O’Neill (b. 29 July 1967; drums) - lo-fi garage rock group the Gories formed in 1986, taking their name from a mock band featured on the popular 60s era television series, Gidget. Despite having little experience playing Read more

The Detroit Cobras - 75% match to The Dirtbombs

Genres: Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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Best known for Motown Records and its car manufacturing companies, Detroit, Michigan, USA is also famous for pumping out a vast legion of garage rock outfits over the years. While the Detroit Cobras posses a certain familiarity to their garage rock godfathers, the band’s cover versions of old time rock ‘n’ roll and R&B songs sets them apart. The idea for the Read more

Reigning Sound - 70% match to The Dirtbombs

Genres: Pop / Rock
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New Bomb Turks - 40% match to The Dirtbombs

Genres: Documentaries Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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A loud but melodious US alternative punk band, New Bomb Turks’ manifesto was to rid their genre of its more dour concerns, re-establishing the sheer adrenaline rush and hedonism of the music. They met while studying at Ohio State University, where each of the members - Eric Davidson (vocals), Jim Weber (guitar), Matt Reber (bass) and Bill Randt (drums) - read English. They Read more

The Fuzztones - 36% match to The Dirtbombs

Genres: Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 1980s 1990s 2000s
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Obsessed with the psychedelic punk sound of the late 60s, the Fuzztones emerged from New York in the mid-80s. The group consisted of Rudi Protrudi (vocals, guitar, ex-Tina Peel and Devil Dogs), Deb O’Nair (organ, also ex-Tina Peel), Elan Portnoy (guitar), Michael Jay (bass) and Michael Phillips (drums, ex-Polyrock). They had formed during 1980 after the break-up of Tina Pe Read more

The Sonics - 36% match to The Dirtbombs

Genres: Pop / Rock R&B / Soul
Decades Active: 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s
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Black Lips - 35% match to The Dirtbombs

Genres: Pop / Rock Soundtracks Holiday & Seasonal
Decades Active: 2000s
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The Atlanta, Georgia-based garage rock revivalists the Black Lips established their reputation in the early 00s with a live act that bordered on the fringes of legality, and indeed led the band to being banned from several venues in their home state. Forming in 2000, the original line-up comprised Cole Alexander (vocals/guitar), Ben Eberbaugh (1980, USA, d. 1 December 2002, Read more

Nobunny - 34% match to The Dirtbombs

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The Greenhornes - 33% match to The Dirtbombs

Genres: Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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Active from the mid-90s, this US indie rock band was founded in Dearborn County, Ohio, by high school friends Craig Fox (vocals/guitar), Jack Lawrence (bass), Patrick Keeler (drums), Brian Olive (guitar), and Jared McKinney (keyboards). Originally known as Us And Them, the quintet changed its name to the Greenhornes in 1998 for debut single ‘The End Of The Night’. The Read more

Holly Golightly - 32% match to The Dirtbombs

Genres: Pop / Rock Blues Country & Bluegrass
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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England. Singer-songwriter and guitarist Holly Golightly (she insists it is her real name) has always been a fan of classic Britpop from the 60s British Invasion era, as evidenced by her work as a member of Billy Childish’s spin-off group Thee Headcoatees, and as a solo recording artist. While with Thee Headcoatees, Golightly was present for underground favourites such Read more

Andre Williams - 29% match to The Dirtbombs

Genres: R&B / Soul Blues
Decades Active: 1980s 1990s 2000s
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Zeffrey Williams, 1 November 1936, Bessemer, Alabama, but raised in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Williams has made his lasting mark in the R&B industry as a recording artist, songwriter, and producer of the first doo-wop vocal groups and then soul acts. He is noted for his sly streetwise songs in which he basically talks (with a rhythmic feel) the lyrics rather than sings the Read more

Radio Birdman - 29% match to The Dirtbombs

Genres: Pop / Rock World Music
Decades Active: 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s
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This highly rated Australian band was formed in Sydney, New South Wales, in 1974. Its Detroit/ MC5 guitar-based sound was propelled by two American medical students, Deniz Tek (Detroit, Michigan, USA; guitar) and Phillip ‘Pip’ Hoyle (guitar/keyboards), plus Rob Younger (vocals), Warwick Gilbert (guitar), Ron Keeley (drums), Carl Rourke (bass) and, joining later, Ch Read more

The BellRays - 28% match to The Dirtbombs

Genres: Pop / Rock
Decades Active: 1990s 2000s
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The Bellrays merge soulful female vocals with vibrant garage rock straight out of Detroit from the late 60s, uncannily similar at times to Blue Cheer. Originally formed during the early 90s and hailing from Riverside, California, USA, the Bellrays started off as more of a straight ahead R&B/blues outfit, featuring Lisa Kekaula on lead vocals. By the time guitarist Bob Vennu Read more

Jay Reatard - 27% match to The Dirtbombs

Genres: Pop / Rock
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MC5 - 27% match to The Dirtbombs

Genres: Pop / Rock Pop / Rock Music Videos & Concerts
Decades Active: 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s
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Formed in 1964 in Detroit, Michigan, USA, and originally known as the Motor City Five, the band was sundered the following year when its rhythm section of Pat Burrows (bass) and Bob Gaspar (drums) left in protest over a new song, ‘Back To Comm’. Michael Davis (bass) and Dennis Thompson (drums) joined founder members Rob Tyner (Robert Derminer, 12 December 1944, Det Read more


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