briflux Listener

Age: 26

Location: United States


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Catch 22 Pro

Ska / Punk / Reggae

East Brunswick, NJ

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Pete Yorn

Rock / Acoustic

Lower Montville, NJ

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Jet Pro


Melbourne, Australia

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Rock / Pop Punk

Sydney, Australia

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Def leppard

Rock / Progressive


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Comments (9)

  • Quazz said:
    Well hello there cutie, you come here often? ;) Sep 18
  • Ashley! said:
    Hey whats up?! I'm Ashley and I'm really liking your artists- they are some of my favorites! I play guitar in this brand new Pop/Rock band from Richmond, Virginia called The Greater The Risk and I think you might dig our music too! Check us out @ purevolume.com/thegreatertherisk- we've got a free download on there! Let me know what you think :)--Ashley Aug 25
  • Solemn_wishes said:
    Props for the quote in your about section. Aug 21
  • swfdBC-3 said:
    Hey there my name is Ty and I was just wondering if you would check out my band, Muster Station. We play a lot of music like Dispatch but we also play funk and some reggae. We play covers but also have originals. You can find us here on purevolume or at our website at www.musterstation.webs.com. Thank you Ty and the rest of Muster Station Jun 05
  • Jackson said:
    Hi :) I recommend listening to this pop punk rock band Called "At Breakfast http://www.purevolume.com/atbreakfast Thanks, good luck! Jun 10
  • maggie said:
    omg cant belive i found you at last love you so very much May 30
  • hassy8484 said:
    hi!Thanks for the fan registration.I\'m very very glad!! Dec 18
  • SELF MADE SOUL said:
    Thanks again for checking us out, you rock! Nov 20
  • matTBG said:
    hey, i want to show you a new beatle band whose music is amazing http://www.purevolume.com/thepsychodelya Oct 16


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