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@JamnJavaDoorGal’s LOCAL SCENE: Twenty12 Tribe + Shokkher + Castle of Genre + The Walk-Ins

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Contrary to today's music charts, Rock music is not dead! In fact it's alive and well and can be heard loud and clear on the upcoming Twenty12 Tribe album. In a time where people have no faith in their government, their society, and are looking for something to believe in, Twenty12 Tribe brings a message of hope in their lyrical content. Twenty12 Tribe based out of Coltons Point, Maryland are
a five-piece with members spread-out through Northern Virginia and Sounthern Maryland. The band formed in the summer of 2011 when guitarists/song writers and married duo David Phelps and Debbie Barlow-Phelps left their former band SickCircle and got serious about taking their time in the song writing process. They wanted to put forth an effort to write a collection of great songs with a positive message. Twenty12 Tribe is Erik Odell - Vocals, Dave Phelps - Guitars/Vocals, Debbie Barlow-Phelps - Guitars, Henry (H) Lopez - Bass and Shawn Wathen - Drums.


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SHOKKHER
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CASTLE OF GENRE
Castle of Genre is an indie rock band based out of northern Virginia, consisting of 5 members. Despite their relatively young age, they bring a mature, well-crafted sound to the table that harkens back to a late 90's underground emo sound with walls of glistening tones, uninhibited by the usual overdriven tendencies of rock music. They may be young, but there's a spark of brilliance in their work that makes these kids worth paying close attention to.
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THE WALK-INS
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