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.
Energetic, rowdy hard rock track with hot guitar riffs. Sound is grungy and a bit dirty. Instruments: electric guitar, bass, drums. This track is useful for wide range of audio / visual production: video, sport event, live performance, motion graphics, commercials, Instrumental, Indie Rock, Garage Rock
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