Kinch

Anthemic, Cinematic, Corporate, Hipster, Indie, Pop, Rock, Upbeat, Build up, Whimsical, Dance, Electronic, Techno, Calm, Energetic, Adventure, Guitar, Action, Exciting, Garage, Mischievous, Rebellious, Piano, Youthful, Epic, Sentimental, Hopeful, Playful, Dramatic, Imaginative, Powerful, Inspirational, Motivational, Travel, Sexy

The Kinch sound has been described as an alt-rock pop style reminiscent of a few Brit bands, hearkening back to the sensibilities of 60s garage rock.
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Kinch -- the name Buck Mulligan calls Stephen Dedalus in James Joyce's Ulysses -- bears a murky etymological history. Mulligan calls Dedalus "Kinch, the knife-blade," ostensibly because of his wit and acuity. However, some critics link the word to "kinchin" or "child." In this context, perhaps Mulligan is commenting on his friend's naiveté. Whatever the case, Kinch -- the indie rock band from Phoenix, AZ -- would be pleased to associate themselves with either connotation. For the past few years, they've felt at home writing sharp, angular rock songs that burrow into the listener's ear and refuse to leave while at the same time penning songs full of warmth, maybe a little bit of naiveté, and -- dare we say? -- even a touch of earnestness. [from Kinchband.com]