Holocaust Pixels

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From Thomas Pynchon's novel Vineland (1990).

And the band, Holocaust Pixels, found a groove, or attractor, that would've been good for the entire trans-night crossing and beyond, even if Billy Barf and the Vomitones hadn't shown up later to sit in, bringing with them Alexei, who turned out to be a Russian Johnny B. Goode, able even unamplified to outwail both bands at once.

See also Eddie Enrico and his Hong Kong Hotshots