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Dillinger Four

St. Paul, MN-based punk group Dillinger Four had been produced in 1994 by guitarist Erik Funk and bassist Patrick Costello; the group’s primary line-up, also including guitarist Sloan and drummer Street Pedersen, held jointly long more than enough to record the debut 7″ Higher Aspirations: Tempered and Dismantled before Sloan …

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Cooter

Located in the suburbs of NY, melodic pop-punkers Chris Hughes (guitar), Phil Robinson (drums), Chris Johnson (guitar/vocals), and Rob Kucharek (bass) had been referred to as Cooter from 1996 before summer season of 2002, once the bandmembers rechristened themselves Autopilot Off. The Florida-based Fueled by Ramen Information released the band’s …

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Crease

Post-grunge hard rockers Crease shaped in Fort Lauderdale, FL, in 1994, their account including three-quarters of an area clothing dubbed Excessive. Vocalist Kelly Meister and brothers Eric (drums) and Fritz Dorigo (electric guitar) have been performing for quite some time, so when their bassist still left the band to obtain …

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Bodyjar

The Melbourne, Australia, group Bodyjar began existence around 1991 like a blistering rock foursome called Damnation. Users had been guitarists Cameron Baines and Ben Petterson, bassist Give Relf, and drummer Charles Zerafa. The music group finished several demos, and transformed its name to Helium because of its third. By 1994, …

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Bigwig

Since their begin in 1995, Bigwig have delivered an aggressive dose of sarcasm towards the East Coast shores of NJ. Consuming Rich Children on LSD and Propagandhi — without the anarcho-politics — users Tom Petta (vocals/acoustic guitar), John (bass), Josh (acoustic guitar), and Dan (drums) didn’t waste materials any time …

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Rehasher

Pumping out prompt and melodic guitar-driven punk, Rehasher had been given birth to sometime around 2002 in the depths of Gainesville, FL, simply as a far more formal reason for the bandmembers to hold out, drink, and perform music together. SIGNIFICANTLY LESS THAN Jake bassist Roger Manganelli distributed electric guitar …

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Hit the Switch

Located in Riverside, CA, Strike the Switch shaped in 2001 and released their initial EP that same year. Following album’s release, different member adjustments ensued; the band’s lineup ultimately solidified around vocalist/guitarist Matthew Hawks, bassist Ray Ramirez, drummer Scott Perry, and guitarist Joel Urias. Another EP and a summertime 2005 …

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Shiv

New Haven, CT’s Shiv was a punk trio influenced from the intense noise rings who called the Amphetamine Reptile label house. They released their debut, Flayed & Ashamed, in 1996.

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Much the Same

The fast and melodic punk rock and roll sounds of Chicago’s Quite similar recall that of several of their influences, specifically mid-’90s skatepunk acts like Lagwagon, Simply no Use for any Name, and NOFX. Developing in 1999 beneath the initial name of Don’t Appear Down, the people played countless displays …

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A Wilhelm Scream

Post-hardcore quintet A Wilhelm Scream formed in New Bedford, MA, in the mid-’90s. Playing gritty punk rock and roll in the same vein as WARM WATER Music and Propagandhi, the group provides since toured from coast to coast with famous brands Rise Against, Pennywise, the Lawrence Hands, SIGNIFICANTLY LESS THAN …

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