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River City High

River City Great formed from the ashes of Fun Size and Inquisition in early 1999. Structured away from Richmond, VA, the lineup of vocalist/bassist Adam Menefee, guitarists Tag Avery and Bob Anderson, and drummer Jay McMillan acquired a like for old-school rock and roll & move. Their added contact of …

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Hot Water Music

The Gainesville, Florida-based post-hardcore quartet WARM WATER Music were formed in 1994 by bassist Jason Dark, drummer George Rebelo, and singer/guitarists Chuck Ragan and Chris Wollard. Debuting in 1995 using the 7″ “Consuming the Filler,” they quickly returned using the EP Drive for Gold coin, rounding out the entire year …

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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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Ann Beretta

Not really a person but a four-piece punk music group from Richmond, VA, Ann Beretta contains guitarists/vocalists Rob Huddleston and Leer Baker, bassist Chris Rupp, and drummer Russ Jones. Featuring associates from the defunct regional action Inquisition, the group produced in 1996 and was intensely influenced by famous brands the …

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Foundation

Richmond, VA-based vocalist/songwriter Rob Huddleston, known for his use the punk music group Ann Beretta, also showcases his skills with slowed-down folk-influenced materials. Alongside help from close friends and studio music artists, he created Base, displaying that punks can perform more than simply play fast three-chord ditties. Base is really …

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Strike Anywhere

Hit Anywhere emerged in 1999 from Richmond, VA. Vocalist Thomas Barnett (ex-Inquisition), guitarists Matt Smith and Matt Sherwood, bassist Garth Petrie (ex-Count Me Out), and drummer Eric Kane required a staunchly politics and activism-minded method of hardcore and punk traditionalism, sketching comparisons both in sound and eyesight to such stalwart …

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