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The T4 Project

The historical view is that punk rock was invented to save lots of the spirit of rock & roll in the bloated more than the mid-’70s, the worst which was embodied for the reason that symbol from the prog rock era, the idea album. The T4 Task debuted 30 years …

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Zebrahead

The Orange Region, CA-based punk-rap outfit Zebrahead was formed in 1996 by vocalist/guitarist Justin Mauriello, guitarist Greg Bergdorf, bassist Ben Osmundson, and drummer Ed Udhus. Influenced by serves including Fugazi as well as the Descendents, the group discovered themselves uninspired by the neighborhood development toward ska-punk and rather began incorporating …

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Houston Calls

New Jersey’s Houston Phone calls officially appeared in the pop-punk picture in August 2005 using their full-length debut, A Assortment of Brief Stories. Made up of ex-Face Initial associates vocalist/guitarist Tom “Chitty” Keiger, bassist Jarrett Seltzer, and keyboardist/vocalist Okie Okamoto, the group also included guitarist Kenny Ryan (ex-Hidden in Ordinary …

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Artificial Joy Club

Heavy problems aside, Artificial Pleasure Club sounds huge, solid and melodic — and intellectually available in both their music and lyrics. Their Interscope debut Melt works out music both blunt and poignant, music that’s emotive. Brought in from Ottawa, Canada, Sal, guitarist Leslie Howe, bassist Tim Dupont, guitarist Michael Goyette …

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These Animal Men

The British band These Animal Males were quickly tossed in to the “new wave of new wave” revolution, a music scene created mainly from the U.K. press to greatly help publicize several youthful pop-punk revivalists in Britain circa 1994. Created in 1993 in Brighton, Britain, These Animal Males wasted virtually …

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30 Amp Fuse

Using their musical that is referred to as “crunch pop,” 30 Amp Fuse has offered their hometown of Knoxville, Tennessee with a higher speed of aggressive power-pop. Debuting in 1995 using their 1st full-length FIND YOURSELF, the line-up of Mike Smithers (vocals/ acoustic guitar), Jason Ratliff (drums) and Joshua Bentley …

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The Stryder

Punk rock-band the Stryder includes Peter Toh (electric guitar), Scottie Redix (drums), Nick Wendell (bass), and John Johansen (vocals). Developing up jointly in the same Longer Island, NY, community, the four have been playing in a variety of bands given that they had been very youthful. Toh and Redix originally …

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Osker

LA punk trio Osker was led by singer/guitarist Devon Williams, still a higher school sophomore during the band’s 1998 development; with bassist Dave Benitez, Williams quickly documented a four-track demonstration which produced its way towards the offices of indie label Epitaph, which funded another demo program before extending an archive …

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The Muffs

Fusing big guitar riffs, pop hooks, accelerated tempos, and an attitude that sways between sweet and snarky, the Muffs certainly are a pop-punk group from LA led by guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Kim Shattuck. The Muffs’ tale starts in the past due ’80s, when Kim Shattuck and Melanie Vammen had …

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One Man Army

Found out by Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong within an East Bay golf club, San Francisco’s One Man Army gets the distinction of experiencing the first discharge on Adeline Reports, Armstrong’s label. Begun by Jack port Dalrymple (electric guitar/vocals), Brandon Pollack (drums), and Adam Kotter (bass), the music group is …

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