A certain groove
Male - 20 Years Old
This goes a little off topic, but it's kind of related at the same time so bare with me. A band name can sometimes give a new listener an idea of what the genre the band is in, so you'll get a metal band called "As Blood Runs Black" or whatever and a folk band called "Mumford and Sons", and a Rock band called "The Rolling Stones", and so on, so usually people judge a band on their band name, just as they would if a band had a silly sub genre tag on their back like "Midwest Indie Rock" or "Jazz Punk" or whatever. Sometimes these silly tags are brought on by the band themselves. i.e. The Used giving themselves the tag "Gross Pop" and HIM giving themselves the tag "Love Metal" and then there's the band that can't describe what they sound like to save their life. Genres give the listener an idea of what kind of music to expect, but when a band is labelled wrong or isn't what the listener expected, the listener is in for a surprise, so saying they sound like a mix That Band and This Band gives the listener a better idea of what to expect.
The more I re-read this, the less it makes sense - I hope you get what I'm trying to say though...