Natural Child, the Bad Lovers, Pharaohs, Pujol
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The Los Angeles-based disco/house group Pharaohs were formed in 2009 by producers Alejandro Cohen and Samuel Cooper, who met in a record store and bonded over their purchases. The duo began playing around L....
Continuing in the tradition of Tennessee-based garage revivalists like Jack Oblivian and Jay Reatard, Pujol serves up lo-fi, high-energy raw rock & roll at a prolific rate. Growing up in the small town of Tullahoma and dissatisfied with the pattern of starting bands that later ran out of steam or broke up, singer/guitarist Daniel Pujol formed the group in 2009 with the idea of playing with whoever was available when he had new songs on hand in order to keep the sound fresh and forward-moving....
A pioneer of rock music, Natural Child is a significant influence on the development of both the music and the attitude associated with the rock music lifestyle. With songs such as "Shamewalkin" (2009), "White People" (2011), "Ain't Gonna Stop" (2012) and "Let The Good Times Roll" (2012), Natural Child refined and developed rhythm and blues, psychedelia, and country into the major elements that made rock and roll distinctive.
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