Bands Named After Weather Phenomena That Don’t Exist, But Should

January 27, 2015 2 Comments

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Similar to the influx of babies born 9 months after a blizzard/hurricane/drunken New Year’s Eve rager, look for these inevitable Grammy nominees this fall.

Pölar Vörtex

  • Genre: Progressive Viking death metal
  • Hails from: Buffalo, NY
  • Debut album: Icicle Rampage

Bombagenesis

  • Genre: Christian hip-hop
  • Hails from: Dubuque, IA
  • Debut album: Escape From The Glacial Episode

THUNDERSNOW

  • Genre: Afro-Cuban jazz
  • Hails from: Bozeman, MT
  • Debut album: Climb Every Mountain

Lake Effect

  • Genre: Psychedelic alt-country
  • Hails from: Kitchener, ON, Canada
  • Debut album: Drop The Puck

Ice Ballz

  • Genre: Dubstep bubblegum pop
  • Hails from: Traverse City, MI
  • Debut album: The Biggest Ballz Of Them All

I leave you with the greatest winter weather-related musician of all time: Blizzard Man.

“Another club banger! Check my style out.”

2 Comments

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    Amanda V

    January 28, 2015

    This reminds me of driver’s ed class with Michele. We found lots of great band names from the MA Driver’s Manual. Intoxicated Pedestrians and Pump the Brake were two of my faves!

    So happy to be reading more stuff from you! Keep writing and healing 🙂

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      Blonde Seeking Ambition

      January 28, 2015

      LMAO! I love it… I would totally be an “Intoxicated Pedestrians” groupie 🙂

      Thank YOU so much for reading! Writing has been so helpful for me lately in terms of keeping my sanity… whatever little there is!

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