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The Offramps

Composed of Detroit music scene veterans Jeremy Porter, Jason Bowes, and Mike Popovich, the Offramps produced in 2002 and released their debut, Hate It IF YOU ARE Correct, in 2006. The music group created a hype in Michigan using a hook-laden rock and roll audio that brought jointly influences from …

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Even Worse

A WHOLE LOT WORSE were a fresh York Town punk music group whose ever-changing lineups were consistently anchored simply by founder and drummer Jack port Rabid. Denizens from the city’s pre-hardcore picture, Even Worse originally formed in Apr 1980 to be able to open up for fellow N.Con.C. punks the …

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Most Secret Method

Formed in the center of the 1990s — their first gig was on the semi-legendary Dark Cat Golf club in Washington, D.C. in 1996 — one of the most Secret Method symbolized area of the vanguard that was to represent the brand new direction which the D.C. picture was relocating …

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Oh-OK

The core of Oh-OK was bassist Lynda Stipe and vocalist Linda Hopper, a set of Athens, GA, natives who formed the band while within their teens. They just released a set of brief recordings while collectively, and only a ripple was experienced after and during these were around. However, their …

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Man Sized Action

Adding melodicism and rhythmic variety to the most common “loud fast tips” from the early-’80s Midwest crop, the Minneapolis-based Man Size Actions included Pat Woods, Brian Paulson, Kelly Linehan, and Tippy. The Cable and Objective of Burma-influenced group was the 1st putting your signature on to Bob Mould’s Reflex Information. …

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Rifle Sport

Among the rings that composed what’s considered the Twin Towns’ “third influx” of punk rock and roll, Rifle Sport were able to be among the longer-running Minneapolis/St. Paul rings, lasting in to the early ’90s, and its own members’ impact was experienced in prominent American underground rings a decade later …

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Uzi

Arrive guitarist/vocalist Thalia Zedek shaped this short-lived music group in Boston with drummer Danny Lee in the mid-’80s. These were later on became a member of by bassist Randy Barnwell, guitarist Bob Youthful, and tape professional Phil Milstein. Disbanded right before the discharge of their Homestead Recordings debut, Rest Asylum, …

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Schlong Weasel

Created in the Houston, TX area in or about 1988-1989, the initial incarnation of Schlong Weasel was composed of Ramon Medina, Kyle Phillips and John Cramer. Even more of a free-form psychedelic “event” when compared to a music group, the Weasel would find yourself existing in lots of places numerous …

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Rhythm Pigs

Rising from the dust particles of El Paso, TX, in 1983, the Rhythm Pigs surface through a complete crop of displays over the U.S. and European countries in the middle-’80s, which helped build on the local notoriety that that they had obtained for being among the just hardcore rings from …

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Tex & the Horseheads

Generally lumped in the same stylistic pen mainly because bands just like the Weapon Club, Tex & the Horseheads were a Los Angeles-based cowpunk band fronted from the proto-Courtney Love-esque singer Texacala Jones. Obtaining their begin amidst the burgeoning paisley picture of L.A. in the first ’80s, Tex & the …

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