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NXNE Festival in Toronto June 20, 2014 Drop Dead Pin-Ups We hit the stage at 10:00 pm
Canadian Music Week May 6 - 10, 2014 www.cmw.net We hit the stage at 9:00 pm followed by more great bands and music. See you Square. www.dropdeadpinups.com
We're playing the Music City North: Queen St. Festival (March 20-23), in Toronto. We play Thursday March 20 at 11:20 pm at the Hideout in Toronto.
Bio: When did rock n roll become so sanitary? That is a question that painfully lingers on the lips of modern rock music listeners. In a response to this safe nature of the music scene today, the boys in the Drop Dead Pin-Ups bring an aggressive kick to the face. Fusing the urgent vibrancy found in pu...See Full Bio
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“Their album, Electric Nights, puts a spin on classic rockabilly by giving it a bit of life with thrashing guitars and grungy vocals. Using simple melodies and catchy hooks, DDP has made it incredibly easy to get every one of their songs stuck in your head. And regardless of the fact that the lyrics are a little difficult to understand, the album has an appeal to it reminiscent of the Ramones in that tunes are so memorable on their own (and you’ll probably be too busy shaking it to sing along anyway). What these guys give us is that gritty, unadulterated rock that got lost somewhere between glam and pop and reintroduces us to that old-fashioned rock n roll. They give us back that feeling of recklessness and invincibility that comes with being young and carefree. They remind us of the time when our biggest worry was making it home before the street lights came on. But what they really give us is an escape from the methodical world and a chance to dance our stress away (the way the kid”