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The Bennies

Originally formed in ’09 2009 beneath the name Madonna, Melbourne natives Anty Horgan (vocals, keyboards), Craig Selak (bass), David Beaumont (drums), and Julien Rozenbergs (guitar) opted to improve their name a couple of years afterwards in 2011 towards the Bennies. Currently a company fixture from the Australian punk underground and …

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Punchline

Founding their themes with an effervescent punk-pop formula, merging catchy rhythms and sharp melodies, and disclosing influences from rings like Green Day and Weezer, Punchline provide forwards distinctive tunes on the choice rock scene. Set up in Pittsburgh, Pa, in July of 1997, Punchline started using the lineup of Paul …

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Potshot

Potshot were a six-piece spitfire ska-punk take action from Tokyo, whose lyrics were blasted out in barely intelligible British and whose brassy ska horns were from another world. Their audio was exclusive, but with commonalities to rings like Screeching Weasel, Procedure Ivy, and Poor Manners. Potshot’s big pop audio was …

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Horny Toad

Horny Toad is usually a Southern Californian, sixth-generation punk music group that fuses funk-metal and ska affects with their hardcore. Horny Toad includes previous Suicidal Tendencies bassist Louichi, Moises and Child Cavalier. Horny Toad released its debut recording, Thirteen, in nov 1996.

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Catch 22

NJ ska-punk combo Capture 22 were shaped in the fall months of 1996 by singer/guitarist Tomas Kalnoky, trumpeter Kevin Gunther, and drummer Chris Greer. Recruiting bassist Pat Calpin, trombonist Jamie Egan, and saxophonist Ryan Eldred, the group spent another 2 yrs touring relentlessly, offering out all 2,000 copies of its …

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Bowling for Soup

Cheeky punk-pop outfit Bowling for Soup were shaped in 1994 in Wichita Falls, Tx, featuring lead vocalist/guitarist Jaret Reddick, guitarist/vocalist Chris Burney, bassist Erik Chandler, and drummer Gary Wiseman. Nevertheless, they didn’t rise beyond regional prominence until 1997, whenever a weighty touring plan helped broaden their group of fans and …

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Slow Gherkin

Making use of their third-wave influence of hyper-active ska-punk that famous brands The Mighty Mighty Bosstones and Operation Ivy first debuted, Slow Gherkin wished to bring their very own playful design of this genre with their native Santa Cruz, California. But like the majority of ska-punk rings who’s over packed …

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Seven Storey

Later on called Seven Storey Hill, this Az threesome — comprising vocalist/guitarist Lance Lammers, bassist Dave Norwood, and drummer Chad Kinney — focuses on a smart make of hurtling post-punk dissonance, melody, aggression, and feelings. Like a great many other rings lumped in to the regrettable emocore ghetto, Seven Storey …

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Frenzal Rhomb

The irreverent Australian punk unit Frenzal Rhomb formed in 1993; their lineup contains vocalist Jason Whalley, guitarist Lindsay McDougal (an upgraded for unique guitarist Benjamin Costello), bassist Lex Feltham, and drummer Gordy Foreman (the 3rd inside a succession including Karl and Nat). After touring because the support take action while …

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