Garage rock (and its successor Garage Rock revival) is a sub-genre of rock that originated in the early 1960's and comes from the perception that many performers of this genre of music were young and amateurish, and often rehearsed in a family garage. This connotation also evokes a suburban, middle-class setting. It is, of course, inaccurate to conclude that all garage bands met this demographic dynamic. Some bands were made up of middle-class teenagers from the suburbs, some were from rural or urban areas, while others were composed of professional musicians in their twenties.
A driving, swaggering indie rock anthem with punky guitars and frenetic drums. Great for picking up the energy in any medium. Also available in a variety of edits. Instrumental, Indie Rock, Garage Rock
Rugged and bluesy garage rock. Distorted bass, minimalist drumming, blues licks, and a slide guitar slithering overtop. Swaggering rock through classic analogue gear. Blue jeans, beer and whisky, trucks, or a park in Brooklyn - who knew a track could be at home in so many places? Instrumental, Indie Rock, Garage Rock
Swinging, riff-based garage rock. Distorted drums, big guitars, and deep bass propel the powerful groove. Good old-fashioned fat, messy, analogue sound. Great for car and truck commercials, clothing ads, bars, and anything requiring a rugged, tough, swaggering backbeat. Instrumental, Indie Rock, Garage Rock