Being influenced by a range of bands such as The Libertines, Green Day and Led Zeppelin The Abstracts' music is inevitably an eclectic mix of jangly guitars, predominant bass lines and pulsating drum beats. The band's live shows are an energetic and dynamic mix of both original material and some well known covers, which never fails to please the audience. The Abstracts' first EP, Calling Out for Strangers, was released in January 2010 and the band is currently in the process of recording their second. Sheffield Music Scene - "This is an incredibly focused record and the quality of the music reflects this. If The Abstracts are to set 'Calling Out for Strangers' as a bar that they intend to top in the future, then bright things are definately ahead of them" 2.
The Abstracts are a Pakistani band. A few tracks by the Abstracts are featured on the Sublime Frequencies compilation Pakistan - Pop and Folk Instrumentals, 1966-1976. 3. The Abstracts were a popular New York band that played and recorded in the years 1964 through 1966.
They are best known for their classic song "Always Always." In 2011 Break-A-Way Records released a well-received album containing the complete studio work of The Abstracts entitled "Hey, Let's Go Now!" 4. Abstracts is a Progressive Metalcore / Post-hardcore / Djent band from Japan. 5. The Abstracts a 1960s surf rock band. Read more on Last.fm.
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