Rewind | Just The Tip

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Just The Tip

by Rewind

Powerful rocking groove hop. An eclectic sound with genuine messages about the day to day grind. Including it's highs lows and everything in between. Rewind is a truly original sound meant to be plaid loud.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. How We Do
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2. Remote Control
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3. Go
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4. Lick the Dance Floor
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5. Your Girlfriend
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6. Caution Tape
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7. March
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8. Disco Bunny
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9. Life's Kinda Funny
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10. Mood Mellow
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Straight out of the evergreen sate, comes the “Rocking Groove Hop” sound of REWIND. In a state known mostly for rock, Punk, and a like. Rewind brings a little soul, changing drums, heavy bass, psychedelic guitar, and a lot of cleaver rhyme scheme.

With no touring under their belt just yet, Rewind has managed to put together a steady following with record breaking packed houses. Presently it’s about lots of new music, as well as putting new twists on a select few covers. The bands current focus is pumping out its new, self produced album “Just the Tip”. The music is hard to describe and yet satisfying to a vast audience. They rap but there not rappers. They rock but there not rockers. For being miles away from Motown city, when it’s time to lay down the groove they lay it down with punctuation. Rewind is just one hard working band with the epitome of performance art at there side.

For not touring the band has managed to fix themselves on some very interesting and diverse events. From Sir Mix A lot to the dub all-stars of long beach aka “Sublime” to Onyx and Summer Jam the ride has been more wild and full of moments too extensive to summarize in an article or paragraph. The tip or the ice burg has just been smashed, so the fun and excitement and all around chaos will continue to flow for the five piece of Washington State.

In the last ten years Rewind has had a lot of changes while keeping the same idea in tact. The drummers have changed, the vocalist have switched out and the bass playing has done a complete 180 from the early days. Part Chinese fire drill part split personality, these changes have kept the band and their fresh sound new and ever so exciting. A lot of music and life has influenced the band and the sound they play. From the doors to NWA to Rage against the Machine to a nice blend of southern California sounds. All the stops have been pulled and in ten years, pulled off very well.

Most Recently Rewind has been befriended by “The Raizin Radio Show” on the Funkey Monkey 104.9. The Shows producer “Dave ERA” grew up in Bremerton and has been a long time supporter of REWIND and its beloved home town. With regular Radio play the band has a renewed vigor and has renewed its most passionate goal witch is bigger and better performances in new and exiting venues.

Having a label take notice along with the reigns is the ultimate goal. And with the current line up and the energy that lies within any goal can be accomplished.

“Don’t think this is as good as its going to get because you haven’t seen a quarter of this yet and when you see it all you’ve got the whole plan and that’s the first day you came a real fan.” - EB3

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Ray Saavedra

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I'm 70yrs young. I love these guys, they are great, very talented
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Nasty Mike from Beantown!

Rewind
Funk-flipped,with a lil bit of soul twist! This band is the Sh*t!
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