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Gentlemen Rogues

Austin, TX, USA (Active)

Austin TX-based Gentlemen Rogues celebrate aggressive guitar pop, with punk-inflected energy, polished, precise songwriting, and hooks as sharp and sleek as the Rickenbackers they bang them out on. This is a four-piece for Now People, drawing inspiration from UK visionaries like The Who, The Jam, and Teenage Fanclub, while steadfastly blasting their own course through an American indie rock canon shaped by Ted Leo & the Pharmacists, Jawbreaker, and Superchunk. Collectively, Danny Dunlap (vocals, guitar), John Christoffel (guitar), David Hawkins (bass), and Josh Power (drums) crank out catchy, amplified treble kickers, mixing powder keg intensity, classic melodies, and brash theatrics into a 200-proof distillation of brazen rock ‘n’ roll.

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Giggly Boys

Brooklyn, NY, USA (Active)

Just some boys out to make some noise. Doin' it for forever.

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Glass Hits

Denver, CO, USA (Inactive)

More than the sum of it's collective parts, Glass Hits was a culmination of shared vision and punk-rock pedigree. Adding a new taste to an old process, they managed to channel their collective time in assorted bands (including Vaux, Subpoena the Past, and Warsaw Surrenders) while further exploring the ideas and sounds of the 90's underground scene on which they cut their teeth.

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Great American House Fire

Denver, CO, USA (Occasionally Active)

A female fronted Indie pop / Post-hardcore / Punk/ EMOtive rock band. Queer/Trans Positive. Musically diverse at it's core, GAHF feels just as at home at a punk rock house show as they do at a dive bar with honkytonk bands, or at their favorite local music halls with any number of indie rock brethren. That is not to say they don't have a musical identity, they just don't tend to identify with a genre, but they do pull influence from musically important cities like Seattle, Omaha, DC, Chicago, San Fransisco and Detroit without forgetting how much they owe to their own scene in Denver.

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Half Hearts, The (The Half Hearts)

Denver, CO, USA (Inactive)

Power-pop-punk from longtime Denver, CO fixture Jason Heller (Crestfallen, The Blue Ontario, Red Cloud, The Fire Drills, 25 Rifles, Weathered Statues) and new friend Karen Walton. Guitar, drums, singing… and absolutely zero fuss.

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Hangman's Hymnal

Denver, CO, USA (Active)

Smoke, Brimstone, Whiskey, Fire, Blood, Sulfur, and Evil. Like a fun hootenanny should be. “Small News Travels Fast In A Bad Town” is the first long player from the Denver, CO musical troupe.

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Heaty Beat

Columbus, OH, USA (Active)

Heaty Beat officially joined the talent roster in 2020. Tastemakers are already hip to the Ohio sensation. Best Rapper Alive?! Possibly. Best 4am-Beat Making-Nerd Culture-YouTube-Rapper Alive?! Definitely! She's done two remix tunes with labelmate Charlie Continental as well as two original digital singles. Make sure you check out her video work too! Heaty Beat moonlights as the SLN intern and she's real good at it!

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Hooper

Denver, CO, USA (Active)

Tragicomedy in 2-3 minute bursts. Hooper continues to fiddle with the combinations of racket and melodies, power and hooks. Hooper is a power-trio that likes some pop in their punkish rock 'n' roll. If it were the 90's, they might even be called "College Rock". Let's just say the guitar rips, the bass thumps, the drums bang and you can whoa-oh the day away during repeated listens.

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James, Scooter (Scooter James)

Golden, CO, USA (Active)

Not only is Scooter James Golden, CO’s favorite son, Denver, CO also claims him and for good reason. Scooter would form the legendary Pinhead Circus in 1992 and for the following 10 years, Pinhead Circus helped put Denver on the map in the growing world of punk rock. They were the band from down the street and the guys at your party- regular people that did incredible things when making noise together. 4 albums (3 with the pioneering BYO Records out of LA) and numerous EP’s showcased a timeless band that spread the idea that anyone could start a band for all the right reasons- friendship, community, self-expression and joy. After Pinhead Circus, Scooter helmed Love Me Destroyer. LMD was a fine band in it’s own right, but it was his next project, Tin Horn Prayer, that found Scooter in the element that fit him best as he became a little older and a lot wiser. Tin Horn Prayer was like an outlaw Americana band with punk roots. Snarly and tough, yet tuneful and honest. This is where Scooter reshaped his voice and his relationship with music that set him up to now be a solo artist after. Scooter solo is snarly, tough, tuneful and honest like Tin Horn Prayer but with a much more hopeful disposition. Scooter has known triumph and tragedy on a variety of levels, but he now sounds fully at peace and happy with what he’s doing. It just so happens that he’s still doing great things and sharing them with all of us, from right down the street, like the first time we met him. (Deek Chooglin)

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Knew, The (The Knew)

Denver, CO, USA (Occasionally Active)

TK is made up of front row show-goers who picked up some instruments and think you should do the same. They are an inclusive band and believe in the strength of PMA. TK is against all forms of shitty scenes (music or otherwise) and attest to the power of being humble and vulnerable. They book and manage themselves.

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Lawson, Steven Lee (Steven Lee Lawson)

Salida, CO, USA (Active)

Steven wears his heart on his sleeve and keeps his soul in a bottle of ink. His mind is a quill at the ready. As a longtime writer and performer while a major part of Oblio Duo and its various offshoots throughout the 00’s (Oblio Duo + The Archers, Oblio’s Arrow), Steven has always understood the craft of songwriting. His instrumental talents are as varied as the genres he’s been able to express himself in. He’s just as likely to remind you of Harry Nilsson as he is Joe Strummer, both in sound and ethos. Steven admittedly aspires to be a less-successful version of John Lurie, with a dog army in the middle of nowhere. That should give the reader more insight into the ramblin’ troubadour that comprises the makeup of Mr. Lawson. When you listen to the songs on Steven’s self-titled debut solo outing, there’s no hiding the fact that life can be hard and that Steven has done some hard living. The constant reminder in between the beautiful interplay of pain and joy is that rarely does one find satisfaction or strength of character in an easy life. Luckily for us, Steven is strong enough to know that, endure it successfully and set it to music.

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Lawsuit Models

Denver, CO (Active)

What exactly is the future of pop punk? Is there one? Lawsuit Models don't know the answer to that question, and they don't pretend to know. All this Denver-based four-piece knows is they love it enough to play it unabashedly, unironically, and unceasingly.

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Lightning Cult

Santa Fe, NM (Active)

Lightning Cult is a project created by Mike Marchant, a self-taught songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose work received consistent critical acclaim during a productive period that began in 2007 and ended after a cancer diagnosis in 2012 while based in Denver, CO. During his musical hiatus, Marchant recovered from cancer treatments and relocated to Santa Fe, NM. By 2018 he was ready to jump back into music and he enlisted a like-minded collaborator, Luke Bern Carr. Carr began as a hired producer and performer but quickly became a full project member. His role in arranging and performing Marchant’s compositions has increased significantly over the last year and a half. They are working on their first proper album together, due out later in 2021.

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Lost Walks

Denver, CO, USA (Active)

Lost Walks is a group of artists with specialized training in musical composition, choreography, journalism, music and dance performance, education, curriculum writing, presenting, facilitation and management. Because of this range of expertise, Lost Walks possesses many ways to implement and present their productions, including several elements that allow them to offer educational programing and workshops outside of their already multifaceted show. The overall concept of the band is music, movement, collaboration and conservation (especially as it relates to the wolf population in Colorado).

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Low Forms

Duluth, MN (Active)

Low Forms Crew AKA Zenith City Rockers know how to do it. So they do it.

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Mail Order Children

Boulder, CO, USA (Inactive)

MOC was an 8-piece ska-punk band playing at the height of the "Third Wave Ska" explosion from 1996-1998. Based in Boulder, CO they opened for prominent bands such as Mephiskapheles, Less Than Jake and The Toasters, recorded tracks at The Blasting Room and amazingly survived a US tour in a converted 1970's school bus.

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Mako1972

Denver, CO, USA (Inactive)

From 2013 to 2016, Mako1972 played rock music. Sometimes loud. Sometimes not.

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Manxx, The (The Manxx)

Denver, CO, USA (Inactive)

Sara Belle led this three-piece trash-popster garage band from Denver that sang songs about love and partying!!

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Marx, Jiffy (Jiffy Marx)

Vancouver, BC, Canada (Active)

Born in the winter of 1976 along side the Ramones’ first album and the Damned’s 'New Rose', Jiffy Marx has toured all over North America and Europe with a kitchen sink of bands such as Black Rice, Blood Meridian, Hard Drugs, Jiffy Marker and most recently Canadian new wave revivalists Autogramm. On hiatus from touring and while chipping away at Autogramm’s sophomore album, Marx took a weekend to visit his pals from Seattle’s Bread & Butter. Over the course of 36 hours they managed to drink a shit load of beer, eat a ton of peanut butter pretzels, and track Jiffy’s first solo 45rpm single. “She’s My Witch” b/w “Warning Sign” sounds like classic 70s more punk than Big Star and more pop than Buzzcocks.

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Modern Goon

Denver, CO, USA (Active)

Aaron, Dave, Bob and Jose's post punk band. They have songs. You can listen to them.

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NIGHT BATTLES

Raleigh, NC, USA (Active)

NIGHT BATTLES was formed in 2016 by Chris Skelly (formerly of 90’s post-hardcore band Dahlia Seed) and Charlie King, who bonded over a shared love for the primal minimalism of the Spacemen 3, The Gun Club and the early 80’s hardcore punk scene where they spent their formative years in NY and DC respectively. This synthesis became the structure of the early NIGHT BATTLES sound which eventually evolved to include a heavy dose of post-punk and psych, giving NIGHT BATTLES their now familiar swirling, reverb drenched sound. Despite their decidedly dark sonic influences, "Year of No Days" retains a strong sense of melody and hook that belies the sometimes weighty and somber themes explored within.

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Nuevo Leon

Englewood, CO, USA (Active)

Nuevo Leon is a place where Trevor McMorris sticks “other” songs. Over the years he’s written tunes for/with Bailer, Big Timber and Hooper, but he’s always needed another place to put the things that haven’t quite fit within the guidelines of a current project. As a multi-instrumentalist, the Nuevo Leon handle has become synonymous with the whimsy of a studio rat, a band geek, and a folk strummer who’s a lifelong devotee of punk rock. McMorris has Brian Wilson’s fascination with texture and arrangement, tempered by a Neil Young or Robert Pollard sense of loose creative abandon. Nuevo Leon is where the non-classifiable of McMorris’ creative output culminates into a worthy endeavor all its own.

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Pink Hawks

Denver, CO, USA (Active)

Pink Hawks is an all-original future-traditional Xicanxbeat orchestra who blend Hip-Hop, Afrobeat and Afrolatin sounds to dance to. Led by Yuzo Nieto, the (up to) twelve-piece world orchestra has evolved from an entirely free-form performance art group to the more focused psychedelic Afrobeat ensemble they are today.

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Pitch & Bark

Santa Fe, NM, USA (Inactive)

Pitch & Bark was formed in 2010 by musician/composer Luke Bern Carr upon landing in New Mexico and performed musical interpretations of Frank Lloyd Wright's unfinished sketches.

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pxlman

Denver, CO/Los Angeles, CA, USA (Inactive)

pxlman was an electropoprock outfit out of Denver, CO that eventually relocated to LA. The lone constant was front man and songwriter Randy M. Washington, who had over a decade of writing electronic music and most notably, fronting the German electropop band Total Ghost.

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