In a time before Spotify and Netflix, the entertainment industry was simple: CDs and Cassettes dominated your music library, Travis Barker was the coolest drummer on the planet, and Nintendo was the main gaming console keeping your thumbs sore and ruining relationships. When pirating movies meant recording over your parent’s wedding tape to get your hands on that sweet, commercial filled copy of Ninja Turtles 2. And the only time a Kardashian’s face appeared on TV was in the background of the OJ trial.
Most of the world moved past that point, to a new, more advanced system of entertainment. One of instant gratification, diverse style, and midi fueled music. Not these losers. This pop-punk five piece will take you on a trip down memory lane, while uniquely maintaining their own sound and style. It’s like they traveled back to where music went sideways, and said “Well, there’s your problem.”
So re-fuel your flux capacitor, buckle up your seat belts, and get ready to change the course of music as we know it.
Justin Holland | Vocals
Matt Clarke | Guitar
Ira Smith | Guitar
Aidan Morris | Bass
Sean Davey | Drums
NAME | 8-Bit Heroes
EMAIL | email@example.com
WEBSITE | http://www.facebook.com/8bhmusic
The Tragically Hip started its own music festival, Another Roadside Attraction, in 1993. The first event was held in Winnipeg and featured the Hip, Midnight Oil, Crash Vegas, Hothouse Flowers and Daniel Lanois.
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