Twin Peaks


Chitown’s Twin Peaks bring a charmingly hook-driven style to modern rock music. Taking a unique approach, the band released monthly pairs of singles throughout the end of 2017, leading up to their 2018 album release entitled, “Sweet ’17 Singles”. Twin Peaks has a catchiness that is magnetic and is sure to get you grooving at a music festival near you. At the moment, they are finishing the year in Australia.

Twin Peaks play Ernie Ball Regular Slinky and Regular Bass Slinky.

Be sure to add your favorite song to your playlist and catch a Twin Peaks show near you.


Tiny Moving Parts


Tiny Moving Parts combines math rock with emotional indie, chiming in with tapping quick guitar licks, rhythmic breaks, quick cuts and dynamic builds. Tiny Moving Parts has been busy, touring and releasing a new record titled Swell in 2018. The new record is cleaner than their previous records but still packs the full punch and sharpness you would expect from the band. Check out the video for “Caution” above, off of Swell.

Tiny Moving Parts count on Ernie Ball Beefy Slinky, Skinny Top Heavy Bottom, and Cobalt Power Bass Slinky.

Add Tiny Moving Parts to your playlist below and catch a show near you.



Hailing from Oakvillle, Ontario Canada, Seaway are pop punkers who bring jams with a refreshing sense of humor. Beginning as high school friends, Seaway started touring and gaining momentum on the Vans Warped Tour. During their preceding, formative years, the band landed supporting slots for Knuckle Puck, Real Friends, and The Wonder Years. Seaway will be heading overseas to tour with State Champs for the end of the year. If you haven’t checked out their record Vacation, watch the video of, “Lula On The Beach” above.

Seaway pick it up with Ernie Ball Beefy Slinky, Skinny Top Heavy Bottom, and Power Bass Slinky.

Discover your new favorite Seaway song below and add it to your playlist.

Now, Now


Indie rock duo out of Minneapolis, Now, Now is comprised of Cacie Dalager and Bradley Hale. Blending pop hooks, electronica, and 90’s alt sounds, their newest record Saved was released in May of 2018. The band’s shabby chic aesthetic is beautifully mirrored by the duo’s sound – mixing drum pads and Dalager’s mild mannered simple vocal melodies, creating a complete sound. Watch the video for, “AZ” above, off Saved, and catch a Now, Now show near you, featuring select dates with Hippo Campus.

Now, Now creates their mood with Ernie Ball Beefy Slinky and Power Slinky.

Add your new favorite Now, Now song to your playlist below



The band that inspired Kurt Cobain to define the image of grunge. The Melvins haven’t stopped influencing the masses, while maintaining their honest and dedicated cult following. With Buzz Osbourne at the helm, the legendary underground band blends heavy riffage and grungy tones, while keeping their cynical sense of humor. Bass players, Buzz and Dale Crover joined The Butthole Surfers for a moment in 2014, before coming back to the studio with a cast of rotating bass players, including Krist Novaselic of Nirvana, for the release of the Melvins 2016 album, Basses Loaded.

After 30 years of music, Melvins released Pinkus Abortion Technician in 2018, which featured JD Pinkus and Steven McDonald of Red Kross, who both played on Bass Loaded and continue to represent independent music from the Pacific Northwest.

Melvins rip the gig with Ernie Ball Regular Slinky and Power Bass Slinky.

Add the Melvins legendary songs below.

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