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Loving Thunder

Bass and drums. Limitless in influence and composition. Although song structure adheres to pop, sound collage and energy deconstruct predictability. The genre is rock. There is distortion, octave, delay, pitch shift, harmony, riffage, slow tempo, fast tempo, medium tempo, climax, experiment, love, happiness, haunting, reverb, echo, bass drum, silence, chorus, overload.

www.myspace.com/lovingthunder

Loving Thunder

Mountain High

The five men of Mtn. High are taking back the streets with their wickedly awesome double drumming; this sometimes turns to triple drumming, quad-guitars, multi-bass, vocals, keys...they got it all. These dudes dont give a fuck about anything. Wild, untamed savagery. Try and check 'em on the live tip, they dont care... but they will most definitely crush a slice of pizza if you offer.

myspace.com/themountainhigh

Mountain High

Coyote

Coyote is four dudes from Philly and Brooklyn, uniting for a common goal of subtly raging power. Their music is totally awesome, totally nasty, and unpredictably psychadelic. Contains members of mildly famous bands such as Man Man, Vaz, Bottom Of The Hudson, and Lewis & Clarke. Catch these dudes on their website.

www.coyotetheband.com

Coyote

GANG

GANG /gang/ n.
1.  A band of persons associating, esp. for criminal and/or antisocial purposes.
2. A set of tools, electronic components or circuits, oars, etc., arranged to work together or simultaneously.
3. A band of musicians interested in jams, fashion, and community.

GANG is Amanda Damron and Jaclyn McGraw, with The Big Kids (Nicole McGraw and Tim Sonnefeld). Amanda and Jaclyn provide the vocals, while the big kids administer the beats. Whether you are listening to their EP 'Guess What You'll Find...' or catching them live, take caution: you might find yourself trying out dangerous dance moves to a sound you've never heard before. 

GANG blends rock and roll, hip-hop, club, dance, punk, and intergalactic madness straight from Pluto in such a way that you might say to yourself "Hey! I think this is my new favorite band!"

GANG resides in South Philadelphia, but is on a mission to bring it to the entire Universe. 

GANG

Bad News Bats

All female doom-garage-punk-jams. Taking it curbside, and to a few street corners.

Bad News Bats

Phil Moore Browne

A five piece chunky, clunky, punky outfit out of Philly, PA. Bringing you poetic rants with high energy balls! "Taggin' our gospels in rock n' roll", we dastardly make music that will break your ankles and drive your knees into your chest. Chimurenga Phil Moore Browne! Uprise PMB.

philmoorebrowne.com

Phil Moore Browne

Kenneth Masters & Cramske

Created in spectacular around sound, and executed with razor sharp efficiency. Live from a room somehweher on the second floor these are the sleeping giants. Cramske turns the ghost of surf, soul, garage rock and be-bop music into splendid soundscapes. Kenneth Masters weaves words into living poetry about life, love, loss, sex, binge drinking, work, sleep, dreams, wishes, television, hope, hopelessness, and being 20 something and at the edge of boredom, and excitement. This is fresh. This is the new bang bang. This is the urban legend complex. See you at a stereo nearest you.

fresh2def.net

Kenneth Masters & Cramske

King God

KingGod, beautiful like the day you were conceived.

kinggod.net

King God

Dark Black

You be the judge as to whether or not these three powermongers are too smart or too dumb to sound like the current crop (crap?) of metal bands. Just bear in mind how pissed they got when that over-weight punk band drank their beer... just as pissed as when Vivian Cambell started shit talking Ronnie James or over the fact that Paul Dianno has facial piercings now and a backwards hat. Fuck some things current. Long live DarkBlack and their mythic history shrouded in magic mist and populated by three wizards eternally locked in the ultimate power struggle amidst vast armies of bugbears, lizardmen, and the occasional manticore.

myspace.com/darkblack

Dark Black

Pennsylvania Muzzle Loader

The Loaders are 4 men of various size and shape, who are currently redefining the genre of muzac known as "beer rock". These dudes... or should I say... "residudes", work hard, and play even harder. Fronted by two Mills bro's, one of which is also known throughout the rock circuit as a key member of the band Aspera, this power-duo meanders their way thru numerous tracks of pure riffage. Check yer ass into their s/t EP, as well as some lickage on the new "Drinking about Songs" compilation by Very Small Records. Boo-yeah!

pamuzzleloader.com

Pennsylvania Muzzle Loader

Bottom Of The Hudson

This man is a man of men and a man for all occasions. He conjures up only the finest musicians from all over the world to join him in a magical musical experience. Much like baklava, Bottom of the Hudson's music is layer after layer of buttery, flaky, crispy, oily goodness. Sink yer little rotten fucking teeth into some of this ear-hole filler.

bottomofthehudson.com

Bottom of the Hudson

Krash Is King Shit

krashiskingshit.com

Krash's King Shit

Excelsior

Since fall of '97, these dudes have had an unquenchable thirst for cheap, tasty beer. After a long, yet brief hiatus, this "quintet" has reinstated their rocktitudes and are doing their best to bring you the foremost in medi-r"oc"k-rity. Who knows who's really playing in this band these days, but they stick to their name and soar "ever upwards" toward the land of enchantment. Enjoy, if you will, a "Hot Shit Sandwich"... 22 songs, which include their first two records and 7 unreleased songs. For the bong tokers, try "Can We Get Some Satisfaction Up In This Piece" on for size. Da-blekum!

Excelsior

Amen Booze Rooster

Amen to the booze-roosters. This "trio", or "three piece", pumps out jams that make you wanna do an urban-freestyle-square dance while chugging brew after brew. But seriously, this is a serious band for non-serious peeps. Their tunes will stick in yer head much like a killer hit of acid... constantly flashing you back into a surreal world of psychedelic colors and aural fantasy. The Roosters feature dudes from former rock outfits - Shake Ray Turbine, Fracture, and Ink and Dagger. Get into their 2 song 7", and wait on yer front porch, with whisky in hand, for their full-length wax on. Ti-zot!

Amen Booze Rooster