I don’t understand why I’m not sick of hearing this band on my radio. Actually, I do. It’s because I seldom listen to the radio, and because this band is not being played on my radio. Why? That I really don’t know.

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It’s truly a shame that J Minus, a fantastic alternative rock band from Washington, comprised of Dylan Fant, Trevor Wheetman, Chris Mongillo and Myer Harrell, has not blown up bigger. Their songs — a call-back to 90s rock from bands like Toad the Wet Sprocket, Gin Blossoms and the like — are all catchy and toe-tapping awesomeness wrapped in a melodic tortilla of guitars and vocals.

J Minus has four full-length albums available now:



Sun & Moon (2006) – With a whopping 28 tracks! Includes the popular tracks A Mile Away, After Midnight, and Contagious.





Mr. Robotron on the Byway (2009) – includes “Someone for Everyone”





Devil Music (2010) – includes “Congratulations, You Suck.”




Memories (2013)

And as you can see from this post, there’s no shortage of fun music videos available!

Other Links:

Official Site

J Minus on Facebook

J Minus on Tumblr

J Minus on YouTube

J Minus on MySpace

Support Them!

J Minus on iTunes

J Minus on Amazon

Or buy direct from their site!

About Author: Jeremy Kerns
Jeremy Kerns is the mastermind behind TIMID Studios, Mellow Migrations, HipstrStash and others. He writes, makes films, draws comics and searches the world for dead pixels to prove the simulation theory. You can also find his creations on Etsy at https://timidstudios.etsy.com and Redbubble at https://jeremykerns.redbubble.com