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Lordz

Stemming through the hip-hop group the Lordz of Brooklyn, founders and brothers MC Kaves (Mike McLeer) and producer ADM (Adam McLeer) made a decision, after the discharge of Graffiti Roc, an record that had been drifting from straightforward rap, to target more in the late-’70s/early-’80s NY rock and roll scene …

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Static Thought

San Francisco’s East Bay continues to be an ideal hub for up-and-coming punk acts over time, as well as the street-indebted hardcore sounds of Static Idea are zero different. Heavily inspired by later-’70s serves like G.B.H. and U.K. Subs, furthermore to Dark Flag and something from the area’s leading clothes, …

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Mouthwash

The U.K. four-piece Mouthwash comprises frontman Ben McCarthy, guitarist Robert Tortelli, bassist Wealthy Fry, and drummer Chris Hugall that originally created like a trio in 1995 as the mates had been still wee teens. Incorporating their very own brandish hardcore punk, Mouthwash performed into influences such as for example Minor …

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Against All Authority

Against All Expert began the punk rock and roll battle in 1992, if they made a decision to form a D.We.Y. music group that would actually surpass their ideals. Comprised of vocalist/bassist Danny Lore, guitarist Joe Koontz, trombonist Allan Leavell, and drummer Jason Letterman, the music group started to record …

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The Used

The members from the Used needed to overcome poverty, homelessness, and drug abuse, not forgetting the straitlaced attitudes of the hometown of Orem, Utah, to create their screamo-tinged make of post-hardcore alive. However they persevered and gained a agreement with Reprise Information, liberating their self-titled debut recording in June 2002. …

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Mobtown

Produced in 1991, the Los Angeles-based nine-piece Mobtown customized in reviving the original ska sound from the past due 1950s. Assembling vocalist/trumpeter Amy Long, guitarist Wally Caro, Jr., bassist Jeff Govan, baritone saxophonist Chris Searight, tenor saxophonist Brian Wallace, trumpeter Robert Lagunas, trombonist Gary Haendiges, drummer Alex Vargas and percussionist …

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The Heart Attacks

Punk rockers the very center Attacks exploded from Atlanta, GA, in past due 2003 with buckets of snot-faced attitude, striking self-confidence, and an incendiary live display amid volatile tracks to back everything up. The audacious team — vocalist Run after Noles, lead guitarist Tuk, tempo guitarist Dave, bassist Paulie, and …

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Hush Hush Revolution

Based away from Mobile, AL, Hush Hush Revolution originally shaped as Criminal Course U.S.A., launching the 2002 record, Echos within the Roads, on GMM Information therefore. Though their name afterwards changed, the people transported over their brash punk audio unchanged. They boasted a Clash/Johnny Cash-inspired punk mix that resembled the …

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Time Again

Unconcerned that that they had zero songs written or perhaps a complete band come up with, Time Once again vocalist Daniel Dart and guitarist Elijah Reyes booked themselves some displays in the summertime of 2004 and started much promotional marketing campaign of stickers and flyers throughout LA. It wasn’t until …

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Spoiler NYC

Following the lack of a good friend, Alan Robert — co-founder and bassist of Brooklyn metal-hardcore clothing Life of Agony — started composing songs while from tour which were neither steel nor hard rock and roll, but more clearly influenced by punk functions like Social Distortion, Rancid, as well as …

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