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Earth to Nigel

Some rings keep it in the family members and everything turns out to discover the best because of this. Such may be the case with Australia’s enjoyable punk/pop underground clothing Globe to Nigel, created in the middle-’90s in the brand new South Wales city Berrigan. The whole lot started because …

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Effigies

The Effigies were a significant element of Chicago’s seminal post-hardcore punk picture, along with Big Dark, Naked Raygun, and Hit Under. Their legacy isn’t as heralded as the previous two, partly because they didn’t force a lot of limitations, either thematically or stylistically. But that evaluation shortchanges the Effigies as …

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Volt

Fusing garage area punk’s raw energy with aggressive digital is better than and synths, the Paris-based trio Volt (never to become confused using the German experimental metallic trio from the same name) features Lili Z., Jack port Volt, and FX. Jack port and Lili performed in the garage area rings …

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Pissed Jeans

Being a working-class foursome from Allentown, Pa, Pissed Skinny jeans vent their frustrations through a bludgeoning, midtempo grunge punk audio centered on sexual unhappiness and factory-town hopelessness, all doused in much layer of sarcasm and apathy. On the sweltering August evening in 2003, the Gatecrashers had been driving between LA …

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The Weasels

Best known because of their dark-humored 1978 one “Defeat Her Using a Rake,” the Weasels were an irreverent, sneering, in-your-face punk music group such as Dark Flag, the Group Jerks, and Deceased Boys. A very important factor that separated the Los Angeles-based Weasels (who must not be confused using a …

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The Pariahs

A longtime staple from the Toronto club picture, the Pariahs formed in the mid-’80s in Kingston, Ontario. After launching a self-titled indie cassette in 1989, the music group transferred to Toronto in 1990. After that, they’ve opened up and used bands like the Ramones, the Tragically Hip, and Therapy?. They’ve …

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Action Beat

An improvisational sound band from Britain, Actions Defeat tour heavily and produced their album debut in 2007. Inspired by early Sonic Youngsters and Glenn Branca in musical conditions and Dark Flag and Fugazi in ideological conditions, the music group was founded in 2004 in Bletchley, Britain, by Don Mclean and …

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The Teeth

Punkers one’s teeth formed sometime in 2002 around Ann Arbor, MI. Vocalist Dave Reminick and drummer Andrew Tholl fulfilled through Tholl’s sweetheart at that time. Posting similar passions in rock and roll and experimental music, from the stuffiness and rigidness of music college, Reminick and Tholl made a decision to …

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Vida

Vida was a short-lived, later ’90s punk “supergroup” — comprising such SST Information alumni seeing that guitarist/vocalist Dez Cadena (ex-Black Flag), drummer George Hurley (ex-Minutemen and fIREHOSE), guitarist Tom Troccoli (ex-Tom Troccoli’s Pup), and bassist Costs Bowman (the last mentioned Vida’s only member devoid of done period previously within a …

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The Computers

An integral part of Exeter, England’s punk picture, the Computers feature singer/guitarist Alex Kershaw, guitarist Sonny Crawford, bassist Nic Heron, and drummer Will Wright. Buying way to stick out, the music group fused hardcore punk with garage area rock and roll and blues. Immediately after developing, the music group captured …

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