A punk rock band the Floppy-Pinkies in Tokyo Japan.
A new project of the three member of Red Bacteria Vacuum. since the bass player Kassan just had a baby boy. They just started this baseless band end of August and have been doing several gigs in Tokyo. They are already a band in the news and have got lots of gig offers. Red Bacterial Vacuum was formed in Osaka in 1998. They released their 2nd album Roller Coster from BENTEN USA in 2005 and went on the label’s west coast tour with TsuShiMaMire. In November 2007 they toured USA again including Japan Girls Nite at Bowery Ballroom in New York. They were invited Viz Pictures J-pop center building “NewPeople” grand opening party in Japan town SF in August. RBV found their own label GUZGUZ records"in Oct. 2009 and release 3rd album “ Dolly Dolly, make a epoch”. They performed at SXSW 2010 and Japan Nite US tour. They were invited to The Big Day Out Music Festival in Australia and New Zealand in January 2011. The line up included Iggy and the Stooges Tool, M.I.A. Primal Scream etc. Then they opened A Perfect Circle (Tool’s Maynard Keenan ’s band) North America/Canada tour summer tour in 2011. A new guitar player, 325 joined the band in January 2013 and relesased 4th album"Hey!Peeps”. They have a new bass player, Yagoroumaru and went on Japan Nite US tour 2014 (Hoston,Austin(SXSW),NY,Columbus,Chicago,Athens,Las Vegas,San Diego,SF)and released 1st Album"Nice to eat you!!!“. and going to Taiwan tour in November. In Oct. 2015 they performed at ZANDARI FESTA in Korea.
Old school New York punk with a modern vibe. It’s not the 70s anymore in NYC – but the spirit of that era’s wild punk scene is alive, well and infused into the contemporary roar that’s blasting out of multi-generational Long Island based sensation Bad Mary. Building off the crackling success of their debut album Better Days – which garnered three first round Grammy ballot nods and whose “Forget About It” and “Don’t Know Where The Line Is” provided an edgy soundtrack to the 2014 NBA Finals – the foursome led by powerhouse vocalist Amanda Mac has a fresh bold task for their new EP: Killing Dinosaurs.
Almost 20 years in the making, THIS SIDE OF ANARCHY is the culmination of one man's journey through The Pinnacle of Punk Rock through the 80s, then through the 90s grungier sound and the softer sounds of the new millennium. Having diverse origins in rock, pop, blues, heavy metal, in various bands, Dennis moved on to PUNK ROCK and became a major force in Los Angeles' Underground bands SOCIETY GONE MADD!