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PDWAB 10-14-2004 02:41 PM

Pop Punk Jukebox (Post your band here)
 
Ok guys, this thread is for posting your bands for feedback and stuff. Think of it as our own personal Audio Arena!

WHEN YOU POST YOUR BAND, post a link, name and a brief summary of what your style is, so we have something to expect.

I only want to see bands and brief comments, any spam will be deleted, if you want to know more about the person's band then take it the discussion thread or AIM, thanks!

PDWAB 10-14-2004 02:49 PM

/me starts off

This is my old band, Risk 26. We were like pop-punk with some heavier stuff. Our singer wasn't very good.

[url]http://www.purevolume.com/risk26[/url]

This is my solo stuff, the genres kind of range all over. The quality and the singing isn't too great, but maybe the songs are ok.

[url]http://www.soundclick.com/joelorsen[/url]

Untitled 10-14-2004 02:56 PM

Maia is a great song joel:thumb:

CommieCanada 10-14-2004 04:45 PM

well, i have to plug myself!

[url]www.purevolume.com/westbounddeparture/music[/url]

home recorded acoustic emo project.

jackass_o4 10-14-2004 09:07 PM

^ This is great.

PDWAB 10-14-2004 11:44 PM

That stuff still blows me away, Andy.

CommieCanada 10-15-2004 12:51 PM

[QUOTE=PDWAB]That stuff still blows me away, Andy.[/QUOTE]
:cool:

did you listen to "our first summer"? Richard just put it up recently. it is my personal favorite song :thumb:

to_hell_we_ride 10-16-2004 06:48 PM

ok to bring this bad boy back to life....

stupid consequences

i'm rhythm guitar and i can't spell rythym, but that's ok.

[url]http://www.geocities.com/insan3c10wnp0ss3/stupidconsequences.html[/url]

we're rock basically. we love our pop punk, black metal, screamo, whatever. we like it all and we use it all.....except black metal.

we don't have mp3's yet because we are poor. but we got a load of songs so if you're ever in the rochester, NY area, check us out.

useasdirected 10-17-2004 02:54 PM

five twelve year old's who dont nessicarly play "pop punk", but a alt/rock sound. rock out
[url]http://www.purevolume.com/useasdirected[/url]

squier3 10-17-2004 09:29 PM

:confused: 5 year olds?

Til September Returns 10-18-2004 10:54 AM

my bands name is Til September Returns
[URL=http://tsr32.tripod.com]Til September Returns[/URL]
we are in the process of recording, and we have been together for about a year...we play pop punk/ emoish stuff...we all have differnet kinda roots which makes it pretty interesting.. were on pure volume too, but with out songs
[URL=http://www.purevolume.com/tilseptemberreturns]purevolume[/URL]
sign the guestbook and stay posted for new music :thumb:

ColdFire 10-19-2004 02:14 PM

Suscribe. Delete if necessary.

PDWAB 10-19-2004 03:33 PM

Ric, you can subscribe to threads without posting in them, it's under "Thread Tools."

ColdFire 10-20-2004 03:23 PM

I didn't know that. Thanks.

apromisingyear 10-21-2004 02:24 PM

My Pop-punk/Indie/Emo Band - A Promising Year

We are a three piece band from Northern California (925 Baby hahaha)

We are currently recording our acoustic E.P. in time for christmas so boyfriends and girlfriends have something to "be alone together" with.

We are also working on our full band; full length record simultaniously (sp??). But that wont be out till about spring.

Go TO: [url]www.purevolume.com/apromisingyear/[/url] (On there we have one acoustic song which is entitled "Photographs In Black And White" & a track on there entitled "I Hope It's Not Too Late" Which is only the guitar and drums but vox will be added soon.

AND IF YOU LIKE US ENOUGH AND WANT TO BE NICE JOIN OUR YAHOO GROUP AT:
[url]http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/apromisingyear/[/url]

ITS FREE! :wave:

killboypowerhead 10-22-2004 09:07 PM

uh...here's my band. lol [URL=http://purevolume.com/theuprisingpa]here[/URL]

MJ79 10-23-2004 10:47 AM

'January, 26th 1976'
 
Ok guys,

Here is a link to the official website of my band called 'January, 26th 1976'.
The style is Pop/Rock, the band is French (they sing in English) and we started to play in France this summer after a 3 year 'training' period in a garage :cool: .
We have a set of 15 tunes. 4 of them ('to believe', 'no anger, no joy', 'up and down' and 'game is over') are downloadable at this address:

[url]http://www.26january1976.com/26january1976_2.htm[/url] (just clik on the orange square on the left 'album, Úcouter, tÚlÚcharger' to have access to the MP3s demos ;) )


I'm sorry, the website is in french :rolleyes: but any feedback and stuff about the band (and the music of course) will be more than appreciated (particularly about the lyrics and the accent of our French singer!!! :lol: )

This is important because we are looking for a venue in England to play live (even for free....), that's why I really would like to have English speakers' opinions :D :D

I Look forward to reading your comments on the band,

Tx to those of you who give me any feedback :thumb: :thumb:
Cheers, Mathias.

to_hell_we_ride 10-24-2004 10:22 AM

[QUOTE=Til September Returns]my bands name is Til September Returns
[URL=http://tsr32.tripod.com]Til September Returns[/URL]
we are in the process of recording, and we have been together for about a year...we play pop punk/ emoish stuff...we all have differnet kinda roots which makes it pretty interesting.. were on pure volume too, but with out songs
[URL=http://www.purevolume.com/tilseptemberreturns]purevolume[/URL]
sign the guestbook and stay posted for new music :thumb:[/QUOTE]

whats this new urge to have a month, day of the week, season, in a band title?

MJ79 10-24-2004 11:28 AM

:rolleyes: :rolleyes: to intrigue... :cool: :thumb:
So, has anyone listened to the tunes??? :rolleyes: :rolleyes: :wave:

Crusted 10-26-2004 01:15 PM

Koopa from Essex in the UK
 
[url]http://www.musicianforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=248673[/url]
What a wicked site, I posted a thread about Koopa and received three pages of compliments and abuse!!! The band now have a fan from the USA visiting their forum. As the thread is now closed I am posting again here.

Koopa are a pop/punk band with three members
Ollie (17) main songwriter, guitarist and singer
Joe (24) songwriter, singer, bass player, producer of recordings and most talkative
Stu (22) Drummer, muso (degree in music performance) and the bands mr reliable (and also Ollie's elder brother).

Can be heard at [url]http://www.purevolume.com/koopa[/url] (very latest recordings)
[url]http://www.koopatheband.com[/url] (other recordings and gigs and pics and stuff)
[url]http://kooparock.proboards32.com/index.cgi?board=general[/url] (forum)

Give it a go and let this thread know what u think :naughty:

ClayTheJ 10-26-2004 07:54 PM

I'm that fan from the USA! lol

ClayTheJ 10-26-2004 08:38 PM

Check Koopa out, they are nice

Crusted 10-27-2004 01:34 AM

Koopa - item 21 - links
 
[QUOTE=PDWAB]Ok guys, this thread is for posting your bands for feedback and stuff. Think of it as our own personal Audio Arena!

WHEN YOU POST YOUR BAND, post a link, name and a brief summary of what your style is, so we have something to expect.

I only want to see bands and brief comments, any spam will be deleted, if you want to know more about the person's band then take it the discussion thread or AIM, thanks![/QUOTE]

Hi Mr Mod.
The post I put up on this thread (item 21 - Koopa) seems to have trouble with the links. When I click on them they all prefix the link with [url]www.musicianforums[/url]...
Is my old Mac or have I done something wrong?
Or - best of all - can you sort this for me?
Best wishes
Crusted

s e p h 10-27-2004 06:51 AM

'#4' A New Recording - Top 10 Rock n Roll Song
 
Give er a listen if u will

[url]http://www.seph.ca[/url]

song is called 'number 4', named so by the ex gf it was written for.
Think you'll like it.

seph

nelson muntz 10-27-2004 09:51 AM

The Silverfish
 
This is Pop Rock Funk.

THE SILVERFISH

I played all the parts xcept a couple drum parts.

Likey-Likey? :thumb:

[url]http://thesilverfish.50megs.com/[/url]

PDWAB 10-27-2004 10:04 AM

[QUOTE=Crusted]Hi Mr Mod.
The post I put up on this thread (item 21 - Koopa) seems to have trouble with the links. When I click on them they all prefix the link with [url]www.musicianforums[/url]...
Is my old Mac or have I done something wrong?
Or - best of all - can you sort this for me?
Best wishes
Crusted[/QUOTE]


The links should work now, you need to put "http://" in front of them.

Kill_avril_4_me 10-27-2004 09:23 PM

Heres my band we're called softtone and we are all twelve. This is a recording done in a studio so it doesnt sound crap.

[url]http://www.realmusic.co.nz/bands/27[/url]

Andru-Lithium (uk) 10-28-2004 09:28 AM

We're Lithium, aged 16, - Punk/Rock from the northeast of England

[URL=http://www.purevolume.com/lithiumband]Check our sound out at[/URL]

GreendayIdiot 10-29-2004 09:25 AM

NIce bands guys!

chips88 10-29-2004 10:20 PM

this is my band that i have just joined

[url]http://www.hxcmp3.com/bands/17475/[/url]

we, (or i should say they, because notice,there is no bass in this song, because i wasnt with them when they recorded this) kinda have our own sound going. modest mouse-ish. no lyrics for the song at the moment, they just felt like putting something up. also notice how steve is a smartass at the beginning. you kinda have to turn the volume up to hear it. when we get better recordings, with bass and lyrics etc. ill post it up.enjoy :thumb:


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