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Oblivians

Scaring the united states people of Memphis making use of their make of sleazy raunch & move since their 1995 debut album, Soul Food, the Oblivians won’t mold in to the stereotype of three-piece ensembles sounding “wimpy” or “watered down.” Rather, the Oblivians pay out tribute towards the Ramones, the …

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The Pontiac Brothers

“Our singer was a drummer, our drummer was a bass participant, and collectively we’d all the get of the perpetual hangover,” had written Ward Dotson of his music group the Pontiac Brothers, even though that statement offers you an obvious picture from the band’s self-effacing attitude and fondness for beverage, …

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Midget Handjob

Ex-Circle Jerks vocalist Keith Morris assembled a assortment of L.A. indie vets beneath the name Midget Handjob to try out cacophonous punk-jazz behind his spoken term musings. The rest from the lineup presented Clawhammer people Chris Bagarozzi (acoustic guitar/bass) and Jon Wahl (sax/keyboards/bass), De Tox’s Tony Malone (acoustic guitar/bass), the …

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The Eyeliners

Albuquerque, NM-based pop-punk siblings the Eyeliners assembled vocalist/drummer Laura, guitarist Gel and bassist Lisa; developing in 1995 as Psychodrama, after issuing their debut one “Vivid” the sisters followed their brand-new name in middle-1996, getting at Sympathy for the Record Sector the following calendar year release a the seven-inch Broke My …

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Down by Law

Pursuing his departure from All following the group’s first two albums under that name, vocalist/guitarist Dave Smalley (also formerly of Dag Nasty) come up with Down FOR LEGAL REASONS in 1991 with ex-Clawhammer guitarist Chris Bagarozzi as well as the former Chemical People rhythm portion of Ed Urlik (bass) and …

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Claw Hammer

Purveying a music squarely located on the more brutal end from the hardcore punk rock and roll spectrum, Clawhammer had been formed in LA, California, USA, in the mid-80s, acquiring their name from a Captain Beefheart lyric. Amongst their first produces was a track-by-track cover record cassette of Devo’s Q: …

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