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The Magnetic Tunnel Junctions
Getting our name from the most famous of spintronic sensors, we are a cover band made up of 50% MIT postdocs and 50% start-up programmers that came together in 2016 to have some fun. Singing in English, Spanish and Japanese, prepare to be rocked in many languages! (jcasc_87@mit.edu)
Sidney Pacific
We are an MIT graduate student band from the Sid-Pac grad residence.
(contact: kqiao@mit.edu)
The Executives
We are a 100% MIT student alternative and classic rock band, formed out of the executive board of the MIT Live Music Connection! We play everything from Cream and Jimi Hendrix to Red Hot Chili Peppers and John Mayer.

Contact Info: theexecutives@mit.edu
Java Jukebox
Boston based reggae band
https://www.facebook.com/javajukeboxmusic/

Contact info:
Alex Mijailovic, Guitar (3rd year MechE grad student)
amijailo@mit.edu

The WangStars
The WangStars are a group of MechE graduate students who enjoy playing a wide variety of music. The band originated from the Device Research Laboratory under Dr. Evelyn Wang and has been playing for over 2 years with various members. We enjoy playing both covers and originals, but no matter the song we will find a way to rock your face off!

Band Manager: Elise Strobach (strobach@mit.edu)
https://www.facebook.com/WangStars-1383664801964195/
JAAM
What began last summer as a regular Sunday jam session between three dudes (with initials that happened to spell JAM) eventually became a legitimate band once they added a Berklee student (and the initials henceforth became JAAM). JAAM, which includes Justin, Aakash, Adam, and Michael, plays a blend of alternative rock, metal, funk, and prog (with some classical influences) that is eclectic and fun.
Breaking Forms
Listening to Breaking Forms is to step into an energetic ethereal spacious rock duet's living room. It’s sometimes upbeat, sometimes dark and scary, but always liberating. Dawning from Chile, Breaking Forms is Nicole L’Huillier (Cóndor Jet) and Juan Necochea (ex-Picnic Kibun) who are currently residing in boston/east coast area, cooking up their upcoming LP (To be released in 2017 - looking for representation). This duo have taken it upon themselves to make autobiographical music based on the premise that what is created, shall be, but what needs to be broken, broken must be. Married by day, evil fighters by night. Breaking Forms is a combination of space aesthetics and boundless love.