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5606

Pop Punk
(San Jose, CA)
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These songs are for girls we've loved, and people we've lost. They're for friends we've made, and the good times along the way. Love us, hate us, these songs are for anyone too stubborn to give up on their dreams. We are the daydreamers and romantic believers. Win or fail, we'll do it with our heads held high, and with best friends by our side. This album is for everyone standing in our way...at least we'll give 'em hell.
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Better Promises

Acoustic/Alternative
(Campbell,CA)
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WE ARE BETTER PROMISES! AND YOU GOTTA DEAL WITH IT!
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Brussel Sprouts

Pop Punk/Punk
(San Jose, CA)
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South Bay punx!
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Communist Kayte

Punk
(San Jose, CA)
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Communist Kayte is a punk band from San Jose, CA who currently has no fucking idea what they are doing. They record in garages, yes multiple. They practice in an automotive repair shop. Ralph J. Gleason of Rolling Stone decries, "Unfortunately, Communist Kayte isn't going through a phase, they should consider lobotomy."
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Crossout

Punk/Alternative
(Monterey, CA)
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We've seen and experienced things that others can either imagine or understand. We share our emotions of such experiences through our music and want to share with the rest of the world. We also want to have PLENTY of fun while we do it too.
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Dan Dan The Dino

Alternative Punk Acoustic (San Jose, CA)
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If you like KOJI, Into it. Over it. or Max Bemis you will love DanDan The Dino
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Green State

Pop Punk
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Hit up rolo921@gmail.com to book us!(Indefinite Hiatus)
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Kill The Bats

Punk Rock
(San Jose, CA)
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Bummed and angry, but pretty happy guys."A mix of punk that [takes] from many aspects of the genre. At times the band [thrashes] with a full speed hardcore attack. At others, [they] [break] down into a warm, Weezer-ish intonation. The band [is] energetic, and deftly [melds] the different takes of the genre into a single portrait." -John Gentile, Punknews.NICEUH!
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Leer

Post Hardcore (San Jose, CA)
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Five guys from California
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Mariner

Pop Punk
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Bay Area Pop Punk formed in 2014
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Point Of View

Punk/Ska/Reggae
(San Jose,CA)
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Taking after the sounds of classic punk power trios, Point of View is an up-and-coming punk rock band out of San Jose, CA. With a punk base similar to old Green Day and NOFX, the group leans toward the Bay Area pop-punk sound and brings a hook-laden attitude to the genre.After meeting in middle school, bassist Michael Bragg, drummer/vocalist John Wallace and guitarist/vocalist Curtis Wallace began to write punk tunes and even recorded a full-length album in the 7th grade. Another release followed shortly after, but it wasn’t until after those outputs that the band began taking themselves seriously. The group independently released a full-length titled Sideshow Years in September 2011 that was later re-released by the band's current label, Hella Mad Records. The album was in the works for five years, with the band creating a DIY, makeshift home studio in a friend’s garage and tracking the entire record on its own. Scott Goodrich mixed and mastered the album.Considering the DIY nature of the recording of Sideshow Years, the record is surprisingly clean-sounding. While the rugged nature of the band’s sound is prevalent, opener “The On-Going Two Faced Dilemma” provides a crystal-clear bass line to carry the track, bringing back memories of Rise Against and Green Day’s early releases before Point of View kicks in some ska/reggae portions. Meanwhile, tracks like “The F.D.A. Steals Your Personality” show the band’s earnest youth, bringing comparisons of peers Emily’s Army. While horns and reggae influences are present throughout the whole album, the focus is certainly on the punk rock here, with those influences brought in only at times. Point Of View is now set to release a five-song EP titled Burner on March 29, 2012. Burner sees Point of View continuing its march in catchy old-school pop-punk, with tracks like "Home" providing sing-along parts for fans. The album will be made available via Hella Mad Records.
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Pounders

Rock/Pop Punk
(San Jose, CA)
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Bay Area Punk Rock!Check out our music video for "Chasing The Sun," filmed by Element 151: http://youtu.be/vVWvWGl5LqY?hd=1
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Stickup Kid

Pop Punk
(San Jose,CA)
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Future Fire out now on Adeline Records https://t.co/mppSiBTmxwBo McDowell- GuitarTony Geravesh- VocalsJonathan McMaster- BassCurtis Wallace- GuitarCameron MacBain- Drums
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Till I Fall

Alternative/Pop Rock
(San Jose, CA)
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Till i Fall is an Alternative/Pop-Rock band from San Jose, Ca. Having started in September of 2011, Till i Fall released their debut EP "Solutions, Not Answers" in the Spring of 2012 and followed the release with two tours across the West Cost during the Summer and Winter of the same year. In March of 2013 the band released their sophomore EP, "11 Years," which you can stream via Spotify or Soundcloud, as well as purchase through the bands web site or itunes.
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Up & Go

Alternative/Pop-Punk
(San Jose, CA)
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UP&GO originally started as Pop-Punk cover band called The Last Ten Years.As time passed and members parted ways, Chris and Esteban were left with a lot of free time and began to spend more of it writing original material. As time passed frustration began to mount. Songs were being written but left unfinished because of the lack of percussion and bass.Finally, after about three months of hibernation and several tryouts later. UP&GO found drummer Robbie Fureby.Robbie saw the need for Bass and insisted he brought his friend Dean. Robbie and Dean filled the void in the band and momentum started to push forward.At this point. . . Robbie and Dean were both learning the songs that have been created and it wasn't until a little over a month that Dean decided to pack his bags and head to Tennessee. Reasons I do not know. . Couch surfing?Anyways. . This left the band in a very difficult position. Shows were being booked but there was no bass.In the summer of 12' Eric Recher stepped in as a friend to provide some much needed assitance in the bass department. Eric was there while we recorded our demo in July and assisted in recording bass tracks and background vocals on the upcoming 'Taking Off EP'. Although Eric wasn't a full time member he still brought a sense of fullness to the band. Due to conflicting schedules and bigger priorities UP&GO were forced to find a full time member.This leaves us here . . . UP&GO is in the midst of finishing our debut CD. New full time bass player acquired thanks to David Alatoree . Music video for our first single to be recorded middle January. Expected EP release first quarter 2013. Thanks for Reading Cheers!

 

 

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