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The Stills

The Stills just bore scant similarities to Interpol, but like those suit-wearing New Yorkers, the Stills launched their career using a stately post-punk sound inspired by famous brands Echo & the Bunnymen and Pleasure Department. Having known each other since the age group of 12, the band’s founding users — …

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Pleasure Forever

The 3rd incarnation of singer/keyboardist Andrew Rothbard, guitarist Joshua Hughes, and drummer David Clifford’s collaboration, Pleasure Forever formed in 2000 once the trio changed their name from Slaves. Within the middle-’90s they performed within the arty punk music group VSS, releasing a small number of singles as well as the …

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Lift to Experience

Bass participant Josh “Carry” Browning and guitarist Josh “Buck” Pearson comprised the original lineup of Lift to see, plus a third friend who contributed his knowledge in the drums. They fulfilled in Denton, TX, not really far from the town of Dallas, while Browning was a scholar at an area …

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Les Savy Fav

Playing sharp but interesting post-hardcore with complex melodic lines, edgy guitar numbers, and a lot of eccentric wit (their name, for example, seems French, but doesn’t imply anything), Les Savy Fav had been shaped in 1995 by five friends going to the Rhode Island Classes of Style. Vocalist Tim Harrington, …

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Hotwire

Newbury Recreation area, CA’s Hotwire included guitarist/vocalist Rus Martin, guitarist Gabe Garcia, bassist Dan Hartman, and drummer Brian Borg. The four arrived collectively after playing in a variety of metallic, punk, and hardcore combos throughout senior high school. As Hotwire, the audio became riff-heavy metallic with vocals and dynamics affected …

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Unwound

Developing in 1991 in Olympia, Washington, Unwound created their tumultuous and sublimely noisy appear within the shadows from the exploding grunge movement. Annexed towards the much less mainstream stations of indie produces, low-budget touring, along with a circuit of cellar and underground displays, Unwound still were able to create a …

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Drive Like Jehu

Although they weren’t around for long, Drive Like Jehu had a significant effect on the evolution of hardcore punk into emo. Underappreciated throughout their lifetime in the first ’90s, the music group was occasionally overlooked close to post-hardcore kin like Fugazi and Quicksand; at that time, many critics also lacked …

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The Dismemberment Plan

Washington, D.C.-centered emo quartet the Dismemberment Plan — frontman Travis Morrison, guitarist Jason Caddell, bassist Eric Axelson, and drummer Joe Easley — debuted in 1994 using the solitary “Can We Be Adult?,” putting your signature on to DeSoto release a the full-length ! in nov 1995. The Dismemberment Strategy Is …

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Bear vs. Shark

Detroit-area indie rock and roll quintet Keep vs. Shark just produced officially in 2001, but guitarist John Gaviglio, vocalist Marc Paffi, bassist Mike Muldoon, second guitarist Derek Kiesgen, and drummer Brandon Moss acquired known one another since junior senior high school. Inspired by crushing highs and soul-searching lows of ’90s …

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Jumbo’s Killcrane

At their initial live appearance in 1998, a Lawrence, KS, tv program called Fusion arrived to film local band Jumbo’s Killcrane following a neighbor on the band’s practice space suggested them. Nothing continues to be regular for the group since, who could possibly be considered the rock and roll equivalent …

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