Myracle Brah
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Myracle Brah

Baltimore, Maryland, United States

Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Band Alternative Rock


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"Myracle Brah aren't just the pop academics"

Andy Bopp, Myracle Brah's singer/guitarist/songwriter, grins so widely at least 100 pearly-whites twinkle back at you. But hell, he's got a reason to smile. Myracle Brah, once a studio-only side-project, have finally taken to the road to unveil their gilded, power-pop wares to the world at large.

Myracle Brah aren't just the pop academics their accomplished second LP, "PlateSpinner" might suggest. While they conjure up the spirit of bands like The Raspberries, the joyous abandon with which they tear in to the likes of "Eleven" and "Drowning" suggests that while their heads may be in the '60's, their hearts are firmly in the here and now. Yeah. Andy's grinning. But then, so are you. - NME

"Fourth Release"

Andy Bopp returns with the fourth Myracle Brah release that builds on the foundation of John Lennon chops circa 1964-1967 and his Beatlesque offspring viz. T.Rex, Badfinger, Raspberries, Big Star etc. Which makes for one enthralling power pop ride! -

"Myracle Brah"

The latest album from this Baltimore band led by Love Nut frontman Andy Bopp is a first-class effort that combines jangly power-pop songs with a raw garage-rock sound. -


Super Automatic - 2001
Isn't It A Crime - Single
Platespinner - Full Length 1999
I'd Rather Be - Single
The Myracle Brah - Full Length
Life On Panet Eartsnop - Full Length 2001
Message '78 - Single
Bleeder - Full Length
Song 37 - Single
Treblemaker - Full Length 2002
When She Comes Around - Single 2004



Myracle Brah is the brainchild of Andy Bopp – front-man and songwriter for Interscope Records’ Lovenut. With the mega merger of Seagram’s, Polygram, and Universal, Andy dove into the Myracle Brah project full-time. Myracle Brah is now the primary vehicle for Andy’s expressive brand of guitar pop.
Hailing from Baltimore, MD, Myracle Brah churns out pristine pop with plenty of jangly psychedelic references. Critics have compared the band to a broad spectrum of 60’s artists: from the Byrds and the Beatles to Badfinger and the 70’s Raspberries. The blistering melodic jangle of subsequent releases has been compared to such acts as Teenage Fanclub, T-Rex, and David Bowie.