surf music

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surf music

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(Pop Music) a US West Coast style of pop music of the early 1960s, characterized by high harmony vocals and strong trebly guitar riffs
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029 2063 6464 MUSIC Spring King Surf pop rhythms and garage-rock from this Manchester four-piece.
As a result of the call VerDuS SURF Pop Up 2017, four new small SURF Pop Up projects will start.
2/1 SEA PINKS - SOFT DAYS From Belfast via California, a joyous (yet confusingly - quite deadpan) selection of jangly surf pop gems.
While the duo's DNA is surf pop and glorious harmonies, the EP's opener, Duke, opens up bigger possibilities.
SURF pop trio The Orielles reveal their desert island necessities.
Jaws Performing on the Saturday, the indie pop band - also described as dream pop, alternative rock and surf pop - are part of the Digbethbased B-Town scene.
There are plenty of enjoyable baroque moments, nods to 1960s surf pop, Elliott Smith and the more upbeat end of Belle And Sebastian's catalogue.
The essentials were the same, jittering wedges of off-kilter surf pop are all present and correct.
Don't hold out your hopes for Let's Go Surfing - it has been dropped from the set list, a decision made by the band, perhaps to steer away from the surf pop stereotype they have been placed under in the past.
Those parts in question being surf pop, psych rock, and charming folk, intertwined with the occasional excursion into exotic electronica.
Inspired equally by the New York Dolls, Iggy Pop, 60s surf pop and Phil Spector, adopting the common surname Ramone, Joey (Jeffrey Hyman), Dee Dee (Douglas Colvin), Johnny (John Cummings), and Tommy (Tom Erdelyi) came together in Queens in 1974.
Most students think of the Beach Boys as the "bubblegum" surf pop band of the 1960s and are not familiar with Wilson's legacy.