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  • lew
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    Interesting. Not exactly out of my musical lane...

  • cellophane
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    Originally posted by lew View Post
    Social D is quite a bit of cowpunk and psychobilly.
    Funny that surf rock should be mentioned: I've been getting into that as of late. Starting with The Beach Boys and Dick Dale and seeing where I want to go from there.
    Dick Dale is amazing! I have a couple of The Ventures' albums that I throw on every so often as well. Good stuff to listen to while cleaning the house.

    Originally posted by BLachance75 View Post
    Have you heard Wau y los Arrrghs
    I have not- but they look fun!

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  • BLachance75
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    Originally posted by lew View Post
    Social D is quite a bit of cowpunk and psychobilly. I've been listening to Horton Heat on occasion for a couple decades now. Saw them at Riot Fest in 2012 and they were hugely entertaining.

    Funny that surf rock should be mentioned: I've been getting into that as of late. Starting with The Beach Boys and Dick Dale and seeing where I want to go from there. Lots of my favorite punk bands use elements of surf rock.
    Have you heard Wau y los Arrrghs

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  • lew
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    Social D is quite a bit of cowpunk and psychobilly. I've been listening to Horton Heat on occasion for a couple decades now. Saw them at Riot Fest in 2012 and they were hugely entertaining.

    Funny that surf rock should be mentioned: I've been getting into that as of late. Starting with The Beach Boys and Dick Dale and seeing where I want to go from there. Lots of my favorite punk bands use elements of surf rock.

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  • cellophane
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    Originally posted by Magoo View Post
    ...Hot rod rock, surf, and psycho/rockabilly are all lovers in the same bed if you ask me.
    ...Man or Astro Man.
    I totally agree. I saw Man or Astroman when they got together for their (or their label's?) 25th anniversary. Absolutely fantastic live show!! It had theremins, theremins on fire, and the encore consisted of a homemade tesla coil.

    I would also toss Igor and The Red Elvises into the mix; the are also super fun live!

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  • cellophane
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    I totally did not know that =(

  • BLachance75
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    Zombie Ghost Train and Creepshow are both worth checking out if you haven’t.

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  • BLachance75
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    That AFI cover is good. I added it into one of my playlists. I’m going to look up some more of their stuff.

  • Brokeass_baller
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    And lastly, The Frights. They're technically surfer punk or some crap, but I think you'll like them.

    https://youtu.be/pVjMrlv0Ug4
    https://youtu.be/24XFuv411k0
    Last edited by Brokeass_baller; 04-17-2021, 03:02 AM.

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  • Brokeass_baller
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    If you like Rockabilly, The Baseballs out of Berlin are great. They started as a pop cover band, but have moved on to recording originals. Their cover of Rihanna's "Umbrella" is one of my all-time favorite songs.
    https://youtu.be/URxzu8EFBVY
    Here the instrumental. Fantastic tune.
    ​​​​​​https://youtu.be/3-dYW780VoY

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  • Brokeass_baller
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    Yeeees. I'm into a bit of everything, but I'm mostly a punk. Psychobilly is my jam.

    Check out The Rocketz if you haven't heard of them. Here's an excellent cover of one of AFI's oldies.
    https://youtu.be/cqxmovqbs0w

    And here's another really good band that got skipped over by the music history writers:
    https://youtu.be/jRM_4HvNvCk

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  • Magoo
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    Can we lump modern surf into this? Hot rod rock, surf, and psycho/rockabilly are all lovers in the same bed if you ask me.

    If so, check out anything Daikaiju, or Man or Astro Man.

    Also, I'll dig up a vid later, but look up "Hey I Love You So" by Spellbound on YouTube. I love the guitar in that one.

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  • NONOBLITUS
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    Oh hell yea now we are talking. Sasquatch and the Sickabillies. Hands down my favorite and Dave is local to me somewhat. Whiskey Kill , The Hangmen are cool and let’s not forget the Misfits.

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  • BLachance75
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    Unfortunately you won’t be able to see them live. The lead singer committed suicide in 2013.

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  • cellophane
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    I always forget about The Horror Pops! Never seen them live but I like their stuff. King's of Nuthin' is new to me but they look like a riot live. I'll have to keep an eye out.

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