Little did bands like the Seeds, the Standells and the Troggs realize that when they pioneered their overmodulated primitive rock in the '60s that they were laying the groundwork for a half-century of primitive rock. They didn't look for feedback; they generated it.
Today we enjoy the likes of Ty Segall, the Crocodiles, the Dirtbombs, the Libertines and even Jack White because of the garage rock legacy.
Brace yourself and listen for some great garage (alongside the usual new music from Colorado Public Radio) this Memorial Day holiday as we present OpenAir's Garage Weekend.
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