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Crime in Stereo

Levittown, NY, hardcore revivalists Criminal offense in Stereo system moved along quickly. After issuing a demonstration in 2001 (documented in a cellar in really hardcore design), Criminal offense in Stereo arrived an starting gig for Cro-Mags and do a divide 7″ with Wipe out Your Idols before issuing their initial …

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Chuck Ragan

Along with his emotional and gravel-coated bellow, vocalist/guitarist Chuck Ragan produced a name for himself as one-fourth from the much-loved Gainesville post-hardcore outfit WARM WATER Music before launching his initial solo album in 2007. Alongside close friends Chris Wollard, Jason Dark, and George Rebelo, Ragan shaped WARM WATER Music in …

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BoySetsFire

Intensifying hardcore band BoySetsFire was shaped in Delaware in 1994 by singer Nathan Grey, guitarists Josh Latshaw and Chad Istvan, bassist Darrell Hyde, and drummer Matt Krupanski. Self-releasing their debut one, “Consider,” in 1995, Boy Models Fire shortly resurfaced using a divide discharge with Jazz Man’s Needle, earning acclaim not …

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Inquisition

Explosive and politically conscious post-hardcore outfit Inquisition just lasted a couple of years, but the eager energy and sincerity of the music motivated many who discovered them throughout their short run, including acts like WARM WATER Music, Anti-Flag, the Suicide Machines, Dashboard Confessional, Ensign, and much more. Inquisition produced in …

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Born Against

Politically aware, often cynical, and powerfully musical, Born Against brought the passion and restless anger of American hardcore in to the nineties. First energetic in 1989-90 in NEW YORK, the band highlighted vocalist Sam McPheeters and guitarist Adam Nathanson, and a revolving ensemble of drummers and bassists. (Probably the most …

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Fallen from the Sky

Unlike their music group name, Fallen through the Sky actually came collectively inside a Boca Raton garage area during the springtime of 2002. The punk rock and roll outfit shaped around vocalist Ryan Loughney, drummer Giancarlo Aservi, bassist Marcus Kora, and guitarists Eric Jazvac and Ky Morland, having a sound …

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Small Brown Bike

We were young together in Marshall, MI, the members of Small Brown Bicycle have already been friends, bandmates, and minor bicycle mechanics nearly all their lives. When brothers Mike and Ben Reed (vocals/acoustic guitar and bass/vocals, respectively), Travis Dopp (acoustic guitar), and Dan Jaquint (drums) had been looking for music …

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Caves

Formed in ’09 2009 when guitarist/vocalist Lou Hanman — who got shifted from Liverpool to Bristol following departing her previous strap Flamingo 50 — fulfilled drummer Dave Brent at a punk display that he’d structured in her newly used town. Caves had been initially curved out by Brent’s flatmate on …

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Wolves like Us

With a combined mix of heaviness, melody, and atmosphere, Wolves Like Us have a post-hardcore sound that’s almost all their own. Hailing from Oslo, Norway, the music group — featuring users of Amulet and Infidels Forever — evokes the traditional sounds of WARM WATER Music and Planes Recognised incorrectly as …

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Heartsounds

Heartsounds combine the accuracy of their metallic origins using the melody and rate of punk rock and roll to provide their undertake the ‘80s and ‘90s rings they was raised hearing. Founding users and guitarist/performers Laura Nichol and Ben Murray created Heartsounds in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in ’09 2009 …

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