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Bands, Bands and More Bands 

by Mike Corrigan


Say hello to the men and women of the local music scene, the ones willing to invest the time and the effort to provide the rest of us poor slobs with entertainment that's fresh, alive and locally grown. Support them as you would any local small business. They're doing it out of love, after all. They're doing it for you.


The goal here is to create an impression of what's happening out there, who's happening out there, and where one might look to satisfy that urge for live local rock, blues, jazz or folk. This document is by no means complete or error-free (as I'm sure we'll discover as soon as we publish). Despite our best efforts, it's inevitable that we will leave someone out. It's nothing personal, really.


Thanks to all the local musicians who found time to yank our chain and once again special thanks go out to Spokanebands.com for providing us -- as well as the rest of the Inland Northwest -- with a terrific local scene resource. Check them out at www.spokanebands.com.


If you're a local musician or group and you're feeling left out, by all means do something about it. Introduce yourself. It's easy. All you have do is call (325-0634 ext. 234). Or e-mail ([email protected]). Or fax (444-4772).








Rock/Metal/Pop


10 Minutes Down


File under: A reggae, punk and pop cocktail


2 Headed Chang


File under: Metal inspired by fast cars, fast women


50fifty


File under: Alternative guitar rock


The Agreement


File under: Emo/core


Altercate


File under: Post-grunge rock


Ambeo


File under: Melodic hardcore


Anomoly


File under: Heavy rock


Antiskeptic


File under: Emo geek-rock


Apitomee


File under: Pop and rock with an alternative edge


As Ashes Fall


File under: Hardcore metal


Badfish


File under: Alt rock, reggae


Badride


File under: Pop punk


Benign


File under: Hard alternative metal


George Bruner & amp; The Burning Gods of Love


File under: Blues-tinged roots rock


Burns Like Hellfire


File under: Silos meet Danzig


Chinese Sky Candy


File under: Complex, melodic rock


Civilized Animal


File under: Ska/funk/reggae


Clintch


File under: Hard progressive rock


Coney island pilot


File under: Unintelligible screams, fast guitars


Crackerjack Tattoo


File under: Hard rock with a metal edge


The Creeps


File under: Elemental punk rock


The Crescendos


File under: Punk-infused Christian rock


Crushbone


File under: Melodic heavy metal


CTRL-Z


File under: Punk-surf-wave rock


Currently at the Moment


File under: Bass-driven alternative rock


dancing cadavers


File under: A U.S. version of U.K. rock with Morissey vocals


Deaconess Fatality


File under: Heavy metallic rock


The Dearly Departed


File under: Bluesy, drunken rock


Death Kills Time


File under: Punk/screamo


Dee Farmin Army


File under: Melodic, old-school punk rock 'n' roll


Derby


File under: Pop-punk


Detox


File under: Hardcore rock


Distress


File under: Hardcore


Divetribe


File under: Acoustic alt-rock


Domestic Symphony


File under: Alt-rock with a splash of symphony


Eightfold Path


File under: New, progressive rock


Eloi


File under: Christian pop/emo


Embers Lost


File under: Hard rock/screamo


Fall Away Facade


File under: Alternative, speed metal


The Federales


File under: Old-school punk with humor


Five Foot Thick


File under: Metal in the rap/core vein


Flyreal


File under: Hard alternative


for years blue


File under: Rock 'n' roll, emo


Girls with Moustaches


File under: Punk, nursing home blues


Gorilla & amp; Rabbit


File under: Cheap Trick in a mine field


Half Inch Head


File under: Trash culture-inspired hardcore


Hidden Intent


File under: Progressive heavy metal


Hijacked Royalty


File under: New wave pop power punk rock


Honest Abe


File under: Thrash punk


Horrible Disaster


File under: Unpretentious punk with tradition


Illusion 33


File under: Funk, reggae, Latin, jazz, punk, and metal


Immunity


File under: Alternative hard rock


Jupiter Effect


File under: Alternative jazz funk rock


The Khind


File under: Hardcore grind


Kite


File under: Alt-prog rock


Lost


File under: Weirdo deathmetal grindcore


Lucia's Gray Dot


File under: Emo/jazz/classical/goth


Lucid


File under: Riff-heavy rock


The Makers


File under: Primal garage rock filtered through the Kinks


Malfunction


File under: Melodic to screaming metal


Mang


File under: Hard rock candy


Manifest


File under: Nu-metal


Means To An End


File under: Emopunkcore


Mercylewis


File under: Progressive acoustic rock and punk


Mourning After


File under: Rock


Mulligan


File under: Song-oriented, mature pop


Municipal Source


File under: Gonzo punk rock


my buddy sean's Band


File under: Tool-wannabe metalheads


Nate Schierman Band


File under: Alternative rock


Normal


File under: Tribal hardcore


Optimus Prime


File under: Metal


The Panics


File under: Adult alt-rock, alt-country


Paradox


File under: Punk-pop-emo


Pathos


File under: Grinding metal with classical


peace without silence


File under: Punk-infused garage rock


Permagrin Zoo


File under: Rockadelic bluesfunk


Psyben Trip


File under: Metal, hip-hop


Raggs and Bush Doktor


File under: Authentic reggae


Rebecca's Tragedy


File under: Grunge-punk


Riverside


File under: Heavy melodic rock


Rivet


File under: Muzak for the metal masses


Ronnie James Trio


File under: Rock, metal, punk


Room Zero


File under: Heavy alt rock


Rott


File under: Metal


Rutah


File under: Death metal


Satan in Yellow


File under: Karaoke from hell


Scatterbox


File under: Old-school punk/thrash


Schema


File under: Hardcore metal


Seawolf


File under: Punk/alternative rock


Seven Cycles


File under: Melodic nu-metal


The Shirkers


File under: Punk. In diapers.


Shoebombers


File under: Asscore


Side project


File under: Delicate, piano-infused songs


Sittser


File under: Pop/rock


Six State Bender


File under: Countrified, metallicized punk rock


The Skinny


File under: Modern alt-pop and punk


Solis


File under: Progressive rock


Soma


File under: Alt-acoustic rock


Soundless Vow


File under: Melodic hardcore


Thalamos


File under: Experimental prog rock


Titan


File under: All-American death 'n' roll


Toby


File under: Ska with funk influences


Torn


File under: Arena rock


Trailer Park Girls


File under: Satirical boomer pop


united effect


File under: Punk vocals, metal guitars, emo lyrics


Vaudeville


File under: Soul rock


Vertigo Bliss


File under: Swirly, guitar-based alternative rock


Victory Lap


File Under: Power pop


V. Velella


File Under: Synth + guitar deep space instrumentals


Wadman


File under: Punk to surf to dork


War by the Day


File under: Hardcore


Warmer


File Under: Sounds like ice melting


Larren Wolford


File under: Emo/indie rock


The Working Spliffs


File under: Reggae and ska


World Exempt


File under: Fast punk, alternative





Others: A Hollywood Legend * Awesome Miami * Curiosity Shop * Dead Ones * Fishkill * Ground Zero * Kevin * Last Nerve * Overture * Purejoy * The Reign * Renew * Rise and Fall of the Camera Flash Kiss * Selfles * Skyfade * Solidify * Sonnet * Soulkore * Thorin * Vicious Cycle * Wide Eyed Wonder





Blues


Aaron Richner Band


File under: Electric blues a la Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Buddy Guy


Blue Tattoo


File under: Blues rock


Paul Brasch


File under: Acoustic delta blues


Bryan Warhall and King Bee


File under: Southern blues


Caf & eacute; Blue


File under: R & amp;B with a funky city sound


The Carcinogens


File under: Blues rock, delta blues


Carl Rey and the Blues Gators


File under: Swingin' jump-style blues


Case Closed


File under: Acoustic blues, folk, and jazz


Charlie Butts & amp; The Filtertips


File under: Rhythm and blues dance band


Pat Coast Band


File under: Electric blues


D.B. Cooper


File under: Electric blues


E.T.A.


File under: Blues, rock and alternative





Publication date: 02/05/04
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