09.08.10 by Jeff

Polaroid / Giveaway Winner

Congratulations to Sarah Beck and her band, “Dazzlestorm”. You guys win our Polaroid 300 giveaway! Take a look at a few of the other awesome band photos down below! I kinda wish these bands existed.

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Sarah Beck / Dazzlestorm

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Fanelle Rodriguez / Electric Otters Eating Acoustic Clams

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Ulrika Kestere / Hepsija

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Sebastian Dierksmeier / Militia

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Rachel Winslow / The Smelly Roses

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Andrew Tamlyn / Yolk

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Leela Deretta / Soap and Sugarfactory the Unicorn

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Daniel Guerrero / Bat Legs

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Eduardo Rocha / The River Raid

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Ewan Jamieson / Milky Dog Wee

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Anna Mort / Indianna Tones













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • awesome. these need to exist. now.

  • thanks to the 100 or so other entrants – there will be more giveaways, stay tuned

  • I would love to go on a big worldtour together with Dazzlestorm, wauw.

  • OMG Dazzlestorm! Baltimore in the building once again. so many surprises on this site.

  • Janette

    Looking at all the photos, it makes sad that the Electric Otters Eating Acoustic Clams didn’t win, they are the best in my opinion :(

    • fiorella

      i agree. love the colors, the pose and the band name. they just look like fun to me.

  • Droolin

    milky dog wee…lmao, best band name ever!!!!!

  • Me and Sugarfactory the Unicorn go waay back.

  • KAE

    Love the “Electric Otters Eating Acoustic Clams” photo and their band name, So funny !

  • JaCha

    electric otters eating acoustic clams was a fucking good idea, and their name is awesome o/

  • Hilly

    I think electric otters eating acoustic clams had a very funny and pretty Idea !

  • Agrado.

  • Fanelle

    All these bands look awsome. Pretty cool to see mine here :)





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21.02.17 by Staff

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Simon Gerbaud

 

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