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There are several bands with this name. 1) Dubstep producer based in Los Angeles, CA. Adam Glassco (a.k.a. Flinch), has been in the studio lately cooking up a lot of hot and heavy bass music. Producing since 2000, Flinch got his start in the Drum and Bass scene. Experimenting with different sounds over the years, Flinch ended up co-founding an electro group called True Pseudo in 2007. Flinch currently produces dubstep and pretty much anything with a sick bassline and a fat beat. Most noteworthy are Flinch’s collaborations / remixes with 12th Planet of Jinder’s “Youth Blood” on NYC’s Trouble&Bass and Dave Nada's “Apocalypse Theme” which has been played by dubstep icons Skream and Plastician, Nu Electro bad boys Designer Drugs and French Tastemaker Busy P! True Pseudo’s indie banger “Freaking Me Out” also received BBC1 radio play from Kissy Sell Out. Currently Flinch has been DJing around the States and gaining some heavy weight recognition from LA to NYC. You can expect to hear more collaborations with 12th Planet including a remix for house legend DJ Sneek for SCION A/V, as well as some fresh and original Flinch releases this summer on Trouble&Bass, SMOG, Party Like Us and Play Me. 2) A young band from Finland, Tampere. First Single "Tuulet" published in 2005 and new album in 2006. The vocalist is Jonne Aaron's younger brother Ville Liimatainen. The band went through lineup changes in 2007 and their second album 'Irrallaan' came out April 9th 2008. 3) London based indie band from the mid nineties, featuring Grog (Georgina) Prebble who was later also in the bands Feline, Ultraviolet, and is currently playing with Die So Fluid. 4) A pop punk band from SE Ohio; 5) Electro duo from Germany. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.