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The Bullys

Punk revival music group the Bullys were organized by guitarist and songwriter Johnny Heff of Rockaway, Queens, NY, in 1997. Additional members included vocalist Joey Lanz, guitarist Walt Stack, bassist Todd Feyh, drummer Gerry Tuohy, and tempo guitarist Danny Nez. The music group self-released its debut recording, Stomposition, in 1998 …

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My So-Called Band

A North Carolina-based punk revival outfit shaped in 1995 by bassist/vocalist Chris Peigler, guitarist Luke Warm, and drummer Patrick Korson, My So-Called Music group debuted about Yesha having a self-titled album in 1997. Soon after its launch, Korson remaining the music group to go South and was changed by Chris …

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Nothington

When Bay Region pop-punk outfit Tsunami Bomb found an in depth in 2005, drummer Gabe Lindeman and guitarist/vocalist Jay Northington were still left without a group, however, not without their wish to maintain performing music. It simply made feeling for the close friends to continue composing and practicing jointly, therefore …

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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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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 White Barons

The Light Barons certainly are a fiery punk and psychobilly outfit away from SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA fronted by the bigger than lifestyle and burlesque-inflected Eva von Slut, the former singer for the Insaints and Three Merry Widows. Offering Johnny One Eyesight on electric guitar, Nate von Wahnsinn on bass …

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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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The Bronx

The Bronx’s swaggering interpretation of hardcore punk found them an instant audience in LA, where guitarist Joby J. Ford, bassist Adam Tweedy, vocalist Matt Caughthran, and drummer Jorma Vik founded the music group in 2002. Known for a blistering live present, the quintet fascinated attention from main labels after just …

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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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Toilet Boys

NY City’s Bathroom Young boys originally formed in the past due ’90s like a backing music group for performer Miss Man. The crowd’s reaction to the one-time display was so beneficial that Man and close friends — guitarists Sean and Rocket, bassist Adam Vomit, and drummer Electric powered Eddie — …

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