Home / Biography / Fitz of Depression

Fitz of Depression

Fitz of Major depression is several hardcore/punkers from Olympia, WA. The trio, comprising Mikey Dees, Craig Becker, and Justin Warren, bowed having a self-titled EP in 1989. Strangely enough, despite their fast, intense style the music group comes with an affinity for fresh wave addresses, having liberating guitar-drenched variations of Tommy Tutone’s “867-5309/Jenny”; Elvis Costello’s “Crimson Sneakers,” “Wonder Guy,” and “Thanks for visiting the Functioning Week”; and also Joe Jackson’s “I’m the person” throughout their profession. The group’s self-titled debut LP surfaced in 1993 on Meats Records. 1994 noticed the group switching to K Information and changing bassist Justin Warren with newcomer Brian Sparhawk for Let’s Provide It a Twist. Pigs Are People As well implemented that same year as the Golf swing album surfaced in 1996. In 1996, the group also added a not-so-silent edition of “Silent Evening” towards the Hardcore Vacation compilation (on Necessary Noise Information).

Check Also

Vile Cherubs

Affected by obscure ’60s psychedelic rock and roll bands like 50 Foot Hose as well …