garagey

garagey

(ˈɡærɪdʒɪ)
adj
(of rock music) in a rough-and-ready style
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Back in the day, there were loads of genres of music - the Balearic sound, you had the Belgian new beats sound, American house stuff, garagey sounds, the Detroit techno sound - that is the fantastic thing abut this scene, it opened people's minds to so many different types of music.
Radio On's debut 7" Awesome/Awkward (on Futile Lords Records) has a garagey punk feel with an unescapable pop hook and mean guitar wrangling.
His music he's a multi-instrumentalist but plays a beefy guitar has a back-to-the-roots character to it and is garagey but with clear influences of soul, punk and blues.
But we're particularly looking forward to The Minutes - a garagey Dublin band with souped-up rockabilly riffs and souped-up rockabilly quiffs.
She said: 'The moves are all very up beat, as is the music, but it is not traditional gospel choir stuff, I prefer more R'n'B and garagey sounds, as long as they have an uplifting message.
It's a solid sampler of some great bands that range from garagey to more melodic to straight up punk.
For the first Soul Heaven party on April 25, the headline guest is Mobo-award nominated producer/DJ Wookie, who had a massive hit in 2000 with the garagey track Battle.
The man has single-handedly transformed the onetime girly, garagey nonsense of US house into a tough, pumping groove that devastates dancefloors the world over.
A lot of it comes from America - Mary Mary, Kirk Franklin, Nitropraise, which is garagey, and some compilations which follow a very funky dance garage beat.
The latter play some twisted and garagey Rock 'n' Roll with a biker and hot rod feel.
They seemed to have something to do with the developing roller derby shit going on in Seattle, and wound through a garagey set with the likes of Headcoats/ees and others covers.