The Most Beautiful Losers
Loud and sweaty. Quiet and hoarse.
“Excellent music that makes me feel that there is still hope out there for songs written right, a little whiskey left, and dreams broken down. I would love to join this band.”- – Brendan Casey, DJ at WQKE College Radio New York
Bob On Blonde
Bob Hershberger has established himself as a local recluse who occasionally plays in local venues around Central-Florida as the frontman of the two-piece Bob On Blonde with drummer Waylon Thornton (of local Mumpsy fame).
“The musicianship was a textbook example of “American Rock N Roll”" – Bao Le Huu, Orlando City Beat
Tropical Pop now featuring Bryan Beardsley and Sven Arvid Tadhg.
“Falling somewhere on the punk side of pop, the Equines come across like an early NYC punk band with a heavy dose of Southern hospitality. Think Blondie mixed with Crowsdell. Using the traditional rock set up (guitar, bass and drums) they add a xylophone and mandolin player to the mix for a full and unique sound all held together by vocalist/guitarist Erin Murphy.” – Kickbright Zine
Zowie resurfaced on the Sarasota scene playing open mics at the Box Social and quickly met Crow and Eric and formed The Freejacks.
“The best thing about The Freejacks is their untainted, totally humble frontman getting to play one part Lou Reed, one part David Bowie, all the while flaunting a backing band set to Dinosaur Jr. It’s crazy, I know, but sometimes bands just have such awesome beginnings, one can’t help but get excited. They get that raw, haunting garage sound like The Growlers or The Black Lips, keeping with pop sensibilities not unlike Siouxsie & the Banshees.” -G.F.
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