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  • 14:59, 5 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+346). . N The Stiff Dylans(New page: The Stiff Dylans are featured numerous times in the book series Confessions of Georgia Nicolson by Louise Rennison. The title man in the second book, On the Bright Side, I'm Now the Girlfr...)
  • 23:03, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+195). . N Melisma(New page: Played by Owen Armstrong on his radio show in the novel Just Listen by Sarah Dessen. Described as a multi-layered synth and orchestra type sound. Owen describes them as "textured and innov...)
  • 22:57, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+511). . N Takata(New page: Takata is a rock singer from Kim Harrison's Novels of the Hollows series. His songs include "Footprint of the Ghost," "The Long Breath," "Shattered Sigh," and "Red Ribbons," which introduc...)
  • 22:24, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+306). . N Nick Agate(New page: Nick Agate is a rock singer from Francesca Lia Block's short story "Girl Goddess No. 9" from the same-titled collection. He seems to be inspired by Nick Cave, and possibly Marilyn Manson....)
  • 22:19, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+252). . N Sons of Lee Marvin(New page: Sons of Lee Marvin are the hard rock band that headlines the tour The Hormones embark on in the novel Guitar Girl by Sarra Manning. They infamously have a bet amongst each other to sleep w...)
  • 22:05, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+142). . N Ruby X(New page: A Courtney Love-esque figure from Sarra Manning's novel Guitar Girl, who was a rock singer and a major inspiration for the book's protagonist.)
  • 20:19, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+153). . N Bikini Dust(New page: Bikini Dust is a big local band in Southport in Sarra Manning's novel Guitar Girl. The protagonist's band, The Hormones, are discovered opening for them.)
  • 20:12, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+176). . N Toxoplasma(New page: Band that makes a brief appearance onstage in Scott Westerfeld's novel The Last Days. Managed by Astor Michaels who signed them while trying to mine talent for the "New Sound.")
  • 20:07, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+103). . N Jenny Reef(New page: Teen pop star in the novel Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (2006). Songs include "Becalmed" and "Whatever.")
  • 19:27, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+122). . N Ebb Tide(New page: Ebb Tide is a techno group discussed by Owen Armstrong and Whitney Greene in the novel Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (2006).)
  • 19:22, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+212). . N Duckie(New page: Duckie is the new band of Molly Montgomery, protagonist of Sarra Manning's novel Guitar Girl, formed with her bassist friend Jane. Molly sings and plays guitar. They are signed to a very s...)
  • 19:20, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+188). . N Picking Scabs(New page: Picking Scabs is a band that played at GothFaire, the setting for Katie Maxwell's novel Got Fangs?. They are a German metal band capable of casting a glamour to make their audiences dance.)
  • 19:16, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+219). . N Gumbo(New page: Gumbo is a band that plays at the Sacred Yew in Poppy Z. Brite's novel Drawing Blood. They are self-defined as "swamp rock." The members include drummer/vocalist Terry Buckett, bassist R.J...)
  • 19:10, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+256). . N DJ Gulab Jammin'(New page: The DJ name of main character Karsh, love interest of Dimple Lala, the protagonist of Born Confused, a novel by Tanuja Desai Hidier. AKA DJ GJ. Known for his "hotpot" sound, he is a DJ in ...)
  • 19:07, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+217). . N Nervous System(New page: Pearl's former band in the novel The Last Days by Scott Westerfield. Pearl played guitar, her friend Minerva sang, and Minerva's ex Mark was also a member. They were all attending Julliard...)
  • 19:02, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+210). . N Prickle(New page: Played by Owen Armstrong on his radio show in the novel Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (2006. He played their track "Velveteen," off of their 2nd album, The Burning, which he claims is one of...)
  • 16:32, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+192). . N The Lamb Family(New page: The Lamb Family is an all-kid rock band from Francesca Lia Block's short story "Rave," from her collection Girl Goddess No. 9. The unnamed narrator of the story was the vocalist when he wa...) (current)
  • 16:29, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+124). . N Crying Orcs(New page: Crying Orcs is a metal band featured in the GothFaire, the setting for Katie Maxwell's novel Got Fangs?. They are Hungarian.)
  • 14:09, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+112). . N The Lipswitches(New page: Played by Owen Armstrong on his radio show in the novel Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (2006). A thrash metal band.)
  • 14:08, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+184). . N Aimee Decker(New page: Played by Owen Armstrong on his radio show in the novel Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (2006). He describes her as being accompanied by a glockenspiel, a stand-up bass, and some yodeling.)
  • 13:24, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+224). . N The Baby Bejesuses(New page: Played by Owen Armstrong on his radio show in the novel Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (2006). Described by him and protagonist Annabel as "techno with a lot of touch tones." Owen states that...)
  • 13:23, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+220). . N Nicholls Lake(New page: Discussed by Owen Armstrong and his sister Mallory in the novel Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (2006). They argue whether or not she is "punk," and one could speculate that Nicholls Lake is a...)
  • 13:23, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+167). . N Alamance(New page: Mentioned as a character is flipping through CDs in the protagonist's car in the novel Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (2006). They are described as an "alt-country" band.)
  • 13:22, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+158). . N Drake Peyton(New page: Mentioned as a character is flipping through CDs in the protagonist's car in the novel Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (2006). His genre is "fratboy hippie rock.")
  • 13:07, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+422). . N Misanthrope(New page: Misanthrope is a band or musician played by Owen Armstrong on his radio show in the novel Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (2006). He plays their song "Descartes Dream," which is described by p...)
  • 13:04, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+381). . N Lipo(New page: Lipo is a punk band played by Owen Armstrong on his radio show in the novel Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (2006). He plays their song "Jennifer," which is described by protagonist Annabel Gr...)
  • 13:01, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+148). . N Nuptial(New page: Nuptial is a band or musician mentioned by Owen Armstrong on his radio show in the novel Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (2006). They play techno music.)
  • 13:00, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+121). . N The Handywacks(New page: The Handywacks are the band on a label of a CD noticed by Annabel Greene in the novel Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (2006).)
  • 12:54, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+449). . N Bitsy Bonds(New page: Bitsy Bonds is a teen pop star mentioned repeatedly in the novel Just Listen by Sarah Dessen (2006). The character Mallory sings her song, "Pyramid," to protagonist Annabel: "Stack it up, ...)
  • 12:44, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+158). . N Sweet Pussy(New page: Sweet Pussy is the former band of Ellen Fierch, mother of Kaye Fierch, the protagonist of Tithe by Holly Black (2002). Other members are named as Liz and Sue.)
  • 12:42, 4 June 2014 (diff | hist) . . (+248). . N Stepping Razor(New page: Stepping Razor is the band of Kaye Fierch's mother, Ellen, in the novel Tithe by Holly Black (2002). Ellen's boyfriend, Lloyd, is also a member. Kaye is a bit of an unofficial roadie. Ell...)