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The Vox Jaguars
||Santa Cruz, CA
Jordan Topf-Rhythm Guitar/Lead Vocals; Noah Bond-Lead Guitar/Vocals; Trevor Hope-Drums; Mason Rosenberg-Bass
About the ArtistThe Vox Jaguars are 4 powerful performers seeking to make a dent as the new rock and roll revolution. Coming from Santa Cruz, California with a sound like a tight fury of raw energy, this band of youthful individuals stray away from the laid back Santa Cruz vibe.
It all started in 2006 with packed shows in coffee shops and house parties, but after a year or so The Vox Jaguars became serious. Touring to southern California and up to portland playing shows for the people of the westcoast. Writing about love, the hardships of teenage existence, and having a good time the songs are relatable and easy to dance to. With unique vocals, slapping basslines, gorgeous guitar riffs, and swift drums that make you want to get up and shake the band writes songs full of lush imagry and heart.
In March of 2008 The Vox Jaguars recorded their self-titled EP with producer Ariel Reichtshaid (We Are Scientists, Cass McCombs, Plain White T's, and his band Foreign Born) to be released on Kansas City Label Anodyne Records (home to The Meat Puppets and The Bellrays) on February 10th, 2009. Since recording the EP the experience has rubbed off in their live shows. The Jaguars put on one of the newest and most riveting performances in the bay area and Santa Cruz. Having played alongside The Fiery Furnaces, Grand Ole Party, Big Brother & The Holding Company, Scissors For Lefty, Sleepy Sun, Mammatus, Giraffes? Giraffes!, The Botticellis, Voxhaul Broadcast, Indian Jewelry, and Jaguar Love. The Vox Jaguars play a unique form of garage/indie-rock.
2 guitars, bass, drums, 2 vocals,
January 2009 Alt. Rock
At the edge of bold begotten fame
by Having mastered a swagger beyond their years, the local teenaged quartet Vox Jaguars has indie labels swooning.Who says rock is dead in Santa Cruz? Certainly not the girl who chases after the...
Band to watch: the Vox Jaguars
by You would be hard pressed to find a more up-and-coming band than the fresh-faced youngsters in Santa Cruz's Vox Jaguars.Cutting their teeth beside SC mainstays like Man / Miracle and Sleepy Sun,...
Borrowing Mom's Jaguar
by Despite an 11pm curfew and Mom at every show to enforce it, indie dreamchild Jordy Topf has become a standard bearer for the Santa Cruz rock scene. And although Topf, along with the rest of the Vox...
by The Deli SF-Artist of the Month July 2008
Mention in No Age Interview Via Pitchfork
by >> Favorite New Band Randy: I just saw this band from Santa Cruz called Vox Jaguars. They're really good. The singing is really nasally but really urgent, and they're really young kids, like...