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John Reis

Because the early ’90s, John Reis continues to be among the busiest & most influential statistics for the NORTH PARK punk/indie rock picture being a founding person in the bands Rocket through the Crypt, Drive Like Jehu, and Hot Snakes, in addition to working the indie label Swami Records and …

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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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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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Check Engine

Bridging indie rock and roll attitude with prog rock and roll soundscapes, Indiana’s Examine Engine arrived together in early 2000 after many failed tries in other rings. Sweep the Calf Johnny’s Steve Sostak and Chris Daly have been jamming collectively because the early ’90s, but yearned for something even more …

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JR Ewing

Shaped in Oslo, Norway, in 1998, JR Ewing unleashes a complete strike of angular guitars and relentless riffs similar to Drive Like Jehu, the Hot Snakes, On the Drive-In, and Refused. Several months after developing, JR Ewing proceeded to go into X-Ray Studios and documented six tracks that led to …

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The Icarus Line

As today’s echo from the rock and roll & move terror which was inspired by Dark Flag as well as the Stooges, the Icarus Line offered a screaming wake-up contact towards the West Coast underground in the past due ’90s. Coming collectively following a demise of a small number of …

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Pretendo

Consisting of associates who’ve done period with Enon, Skeleton Essential, Mono Puff, the DaoSon For, Creedle, Lesser Pup, Rugburns, Rust, and Morricone Youth, the N.Con.C. trio Pretendo certainly are a minimal supergroup that spouts aloud and anxious rootsy indie rock and roll with all the current rawness of Objective of …

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The Marshes

The Northampton, MA-based alternative music group the Marshes is really a punk-revival supergroup featuring members of Straight down for legal reasons, Dag Nasty, Rumblepuppy, Grave Products and Alloy. The Marshes released their debut recording, Fledgling, in nov 1996; Pox on theTrax adopted a year later on and Recluse found its …

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The Blood Brothers

Rebellious and unpleasant, the Bloodstream Brothers defined their very own make of punk-soaked angst rock if they came together in 1997. Jordan Blilie (vocals), Johnny Whitney (vocals), Waxwing’s Cody Votolato (acoustic guitar), Morgan Henderson (bass), and Tag Gajadhar (drums) all hail from Seattle; they’ve distributed the stage with Fairly Ladies …

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Sounds Like Violence

From the tiny town of Ängelholm, Sweden, dynamic post-hardcore/emo outfit APPEARS LIKE Violence grabbed influence from early-’90s indie rock and roll, citing specific love for famous brands the Afghan Whigs, the Posies, and Kyuss. Rather than relocating completely to the larger metropolis of Stockholm to benefit from its broader possibilities, …

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