Rock and Roll

Penguins

A post-pseudo psychedelic band from Wellington, New Zealand, formed in 2008 by school chums Aaron Cope (Lead guitar), Geoff Doyle (Bass Guitar) and Matt de Wit (Rhythm guitar). Penguins are an experimental, guitar based, rock band influenced by a variety of bands ranging from The Mars Volta, Arctic Monkeys and Neutral Milk Hotel. With an innovative post-psychedelic sound, Penguins often verge on Syd Barret-era Pink Floyd, yet they maintain the striking solidity of Nick O'Malley's Bass lines. Many have also compared their vocals and lyrics to that of Jeff Mangum.

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The Money go round

The Money Go Round is a psychedelic rock band from Sydney, Australia. Their main influences are the Arctic Monkeys and The White Stripes. Their lineup is as follows: Jonathan Vassallo - vocals
Rohan Wilcox - guitar/vocals
Evan Wilcox - guitar/vocals
Marco Ramires - bass
Nicholas Bucholtz - drums The Money Go Round made their debut with 'Silicon Girl' and in late 2012 released their song 'YAYAYA'.

Rose Tattoo

Rose Tattoo is an Australian blues/hard rock band, led by Angry Anderson and slide guitarist Peter Wells. Among their best known songs are "We Can't Be Beaten", "Scarred for Life" and "Bad Boy for Love" (co-written by Ian Rilen.) Their first four albums were produced by Harry Vanda and George Young who also worked with AC/DC. Along with AC/DC and The Angels, Rose Tattoo helped establish an Australian rock sound in the 1970s that was copied around the world.

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Sin City

SIN CITY, the name stands since 15 years for high voltage AC/DC styled rock 'n' roll in germany. Like there idols from down under, the five guys from Zweibrücken (germany) know how to rock a small club or every big event! Since over 350 gigs in the last years the boys know what SIN CITY stands for: HIGH VOLTAGE LIVE ROCK SHOW
The big point in SIN CITY is singer Porty Portner, with his great rock voice. "You hear him sing and you know his voice is unique!" is only one thing we heard about all the years.

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Bridgemary Kiss

WHY I LIKE BRIDGEMARY KISS…
by Jake Stone (Rolling Stone, The Brag, SMH Metro)
“I don’t care what people call us; I just want to be good” says impish UK ex-pat singer/guitarist Brett Ramson. “I want people to sing along to it, and relate.” Bridgemary Kiss from Sydney’s Northern Beaches teams propulsive punk energy with classic Britpop, and an infectious sense of swagger and fun. Despite being barely out of school, they’re still the most promising rock band I’ve seen in a long while.

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Royal Blood

There are at least two bands named Royal Blood: 1) Royal Blood is a rock and roll band from Boston, MA. Their music ranges from noisy, spastic psychedelia to country-fried cowpunk, and probably would've fit in really well on a college radio station circa <a title="Royal Blood &ndash; 1992" href="http://www.last.fm/music/Royal+Blood/_/1992" class="bbcode_track">1992</a>. The band consists of <a href="http://www.last.fm/music/Brock+Ginther" class="bbcode_artist">Brock Ginther</a>, Michael Brierley, and Erik Magnus, who are all music nerds from Emerson College. 2) Royal Blood is a hardcore band from Calgary, Alberta and area. Ex- members of Figure Four.