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Kurt Rambis

General Information

Kurt Rambis
Artist Name: Kurt Rambis
Genre(s): indie,punk
Contact:
Years Active: - Present

Band members:
(Bold indicates
current member.)
Tod Heaton -- vocals, guitar
Wesley Heaton -- bass
Thomas Lynch -- guitars
Skyler Rowe -- drums
Related Bands: (unavailable)

Bio

A band that's difficult to categorize. Kurt Rambis takes elements of punk, psychedelic, jam band, math rock, hardcore, and progressive and sort of mixes it all up into something new entirely. Featuring some interesting phrasings and structures, combined with a finger tapping guitar style and passionate wailing vocals from Tod Heaton, it's unlikely you'll have heard much before that sounds like these guys, but the sound will be familiar all the same. Big in the DIY circuit, you'll have brave up, leave the comfort of your bar stool, and hit a basement show in order to catch them, but it's well worth it.


Podcast Appearances:



Show #36
 (4/23/2009)
 
 

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