Memphis' vocalist and guitarist Matthew Melton moved to San Francisco and
formed Snake Flower 2, whose Renegade Daydream (Southpaw, 2009)
delivered a catchy hybrid of garage-rock and stoner-rock, best demonstrated in
Flight Of The Navigator.
He then launched the Bare Wires, a project in the simplest
power-pop tradition, documented on
Artificial Clouds (Southpaw, 2009),
Seeking Love (Castle Face, 2010), containing the single
Young Love Keep Your Cool (2010),
Cheap Perfume (Southpaw, 2011), containing the single
Don't Ever Change.
The Bare Wires' drummer Heather Fedewa formed the girl-group Wax Idols,
that released No Future (Hozac, 2011), 2nd Place (Castle Face, 2012) and Discipline And Desire (Slumberland, 2013), and then
Blasted Canyons with Adam Finken and Matt Jones that debuted with
Blasted Canyons (Castle Face, 2012), that contains both the
agonizing panzer blues-metal The Artist Formerly Known As Satan and the
naive garage rave-up Blood On The Wall.
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