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The Broadways

Following the 1996 breakup of Chicago ska-punk legends Slapstick, Brendan Kelly (bass, vocals) and Dan Hanaway (trumpet, guitar, vocals) met up with ex-Tricky Dick guitarist Chris McCaughan (guitar, vocals) and Rob DePaola (drums) to create the Broadways. Using the motivation of politically billed lyrics more than a history of pop-punk, …

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Day at the Fair

NJ indie rockers Trip to the Good burst onto the picture in 2004 making use of their blistering five-track EP Prelude. That they had previously released the record No Lighting Over Weldon in 2002, which brought these to the eye of Springman Information, the label that after that released these …

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Ashtray Babyhead

Shaped in the past due ’90s, alternative pop/rock and roll quartet Ashtray Babyhead performs radio-friendly punk-pop tunes across the same lines as Weezer as well as the Get-Up Children. By using maker Barry Poynter (the Journeys of Aircraft, Zao, the Juliana Theory), they documented the punk-pop fueled O-Rama, written by …

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The Boils

Following a slew of EPs and compilation track which were released since their 1996 formation, the Boils have already been major contributors in bringing the imported UK street punk sound with their native Philadelphia. Affected by famous brands Blitz, the business enterprise, the Anti-Heros and Stiff Small Fingers, The Comes …

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The Bouncing Souls

The Jumping Souls began in 1987 using the intention of playing loud fast three-chord party music around their indigenous NJ; besides, it offered them something to accomplish while these were in senior high school. Upon graduation and after many years of desperate for a label release a their records, close …

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Stole Your Woman

California pop-punkers Stole YOUR LOVER emerged from Newbury Recreation area to appeal to Takeover Information, which ultimately signed the people and released In Your Package in March 2003. An area on the three-way split alongside Don’t Appear Down and Over It made an appearance a year later on, and gigs …

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The Briefs

Looking such as a new wave music group sharply dressed up in skinny ties, bleached locks, and plastic shades, retro-punks the Briefs blasted onto the Seattle music picture within the latter 1 / 2 of 1999. The charmingly snotty quartet got sonic cues from past due-’70s United kingdom punk and …

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Tokyo Rose

An emo-influenced pop-punk music group from NJ, Tokyo Rose was shaped in 2001, while singer and guitarist Ryan Dominguez and bassist Chris Poulsen were both learners at Rutgers School. Though both had been playing with various other bands, both shared very similar musical passions and made a decision to start …

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Suburban Legends

Even though many ska bands (specifically those riding in on the 3rd wave) take pride in a rowdy and entertaining live show, few can in fact boast properly choreographed dance quantities to check entire sets. Suburban Legends not merely do that with design, but their shtick resulted in extended stints …

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The Brainbombs

Austrian punk-pop quartet the Brainbombs were shaped in Vienna within the springtime of 1997 by singers/guitarists Gabriel Gruber and Paul Neubauer, bassist Mathias Gruber, and drummer Herbert Pfeifer. The group’s debut EP, Dem O!!!, adopted later that yr.

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