GSD&M has compelled an emotional connection from fans for one of the most tenured and respected brands in sports history. Whether introducing a new breed of golfer or showcasing the fibers that make the game - the dedication, the obstacles, the competition, the humor, the elation and even the agony - the spots pull us in and keep us hooked.
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"…upbeat and edgy, all tightly strummed electric guitars and searing falsetto as the rhythm section does its best LCD Soundsystem. Rock and roll: It can still save your life.”
- MTV Buzzworthy
"No current poprocker can so uncannily reproduce the kind of music that was coming out of England during the 1960's...all I want to hear is the precociously scratchy, wasted, go for broke holler and croon of Nic Armstrong, he sounds like he wants to conquer love, conquer the world, or go for broke trying. - Ken Tucker, NPR
A founding member of the highly celebrated 90s indie rock bands Bedhead and The New Year, Bubba's songwriting and guitar playing style can be clearly heard as influences to bands such as Explosions In The Sky and The American Analog Set. His latest project, Overseas, is a collaboration with his brother Matt, as well as David Bazan of Pedro The Lion and Will Johnson of Centro-Matic.
John Dufilho writes songs. Lots of them. More than eight albums' worth since 2000 — five with his rock-inclined The Deathray Davies, two with his indie pop-focused I Love Math, a solo alt-rock album he released under his own name in 2006, and a star-studded collaboration titled John Singer Sergeant released in 2012, which features vocals from the likes of Ben Kweller and Death Cab For Cutie's Chris Walla — all on top of the handful of funk-infused songs he's contributed to the output of psych-pop collective The Apples in Stereo since coming on as that outfit's full-time drummer six years ago. Prolific to say the least.