I can only stay serious for so long…
Blender Stick – maybe a Afro/video game music fusion band?
Peeler – just another alt band. Is it too early to go retro-grunge?
Chopping Block – Death Metal?
Boning Knife – Definitely Death Metal
Shaker – Blue Grass/Gospel fusion?
Peppermill – Country boy band? Line dancing band? “Lots of ‘yee-haws’ involved,” say the Caboose.
The Pantry – ’80s cover band?
Wet Stone – “Medieval dubstep” says the Caboose
Burner – Speed metal.
Töaster – Goth Metal
Spice Räck – A Goth Girl band, with – attributes.
I could do this all day – and nobody wants that. You got any ideas?
11 thoughts on “Kitchen Items That Make Good Band Names”
Those are awesome!
Knife magnet: emo
Mason Jar – solo acoustic guitar act
Junk Drawer (well, our junk drawer is in the kitchen.) – reggae metal
Dutch Oven and The Slow Cook Boys – paleo-country
Ice Maker — techno
Cannisters — Geeky alt.
Soup Spoons — Bluegrass
Cabbage Shredder — Metal. Slavic or Irish.
A friend was briefly in an ad-hoc acoustic folk ensemble called “The Range Hoods.”
That is awesome! Open to all kinds of interpretations. I’m seeing dudes in hoodies on horseback.
My favorite band name of the bands I was in: Cadillac Potatoes. My brother owned a old wooden produce box which, according the nature of such things, had an over-the-top logo of the grill of a ’50s Caddy and a bunch of potatoes in technicolor. It was awesome! So I insisted that this band we started become the Cadillac Potatoes by simply refusing to call it anything else until my bandmates knuckled under. Because – a sad truth – any band name arrived at by any democratic process is going to be lame.
Haha! Ever since the Serial podcast came out some years back (launching a zillion long-form true-crime-investigation podcasts), I have been waiting to see a musical act called Squealin’ J and the Trunk Pops. I’m convinced it exists, somewhere, and I just haven’t heard about it yet.
Technovorm (our coffeemaker) – Swedish punk
Bacon Press – metro rickabill
Pizza Pricker – I don’t want to know!
I need to hit the rack.
I was willing to believe rickabill was some new thing I hadn’t heard of. All you needed to do was keep quiet… 😉
Turkey Basters – claßic rock cover band of course.