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Atombombpocketknife

Chicago’s Atombombpocketknife (ABPK) can be made up of Che Arthur (acoustic guitar), Allison Hollihan (bass), Justin Sinkovich (vocals/acoustic guitar), and Matt Espy (drums). They are perfecting their lush indie rock and roll since the past due ’90s while producing a name for themselves around the Midwest. A self-titled 10″ was …

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Rapeman

A supergroup of kinds, Rapeman came jointly as a device in 1988 in Chicago, IL, comprising Steve Albini (ex-Big Dark) on guitar, David William Sims (ex-Scratch Acid) on bass, and Rey Washam (ex-Scratch Acid, Big Young boys) on drums. The name for the music group originated from a Japanese comic …

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Shellac

More likely to try out Reykjavik than Detroit, and much more likely to release music in flexi-discs in Dutch comic books than provide MP3s on the internet site, Shellac (or Shellac of THE UNITED STATES) operated completely beyond your typical machinations from the music sector — their press bed sheets …

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Brick Layer Cake

Even more artistically valid than most tasks that enable a drummer to stage into the limelight, Brick Layer Cake demonstrated that there have been two edges to Todd Trainer (Rifle Sport, Breaking Circus, Shellac). Forsaking his principal instrumental electric outlet, Trainer played electric guitar and sang as the prefers of …

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The 90 Day Men

The 90 Time Guys evolved into one of the most distinctive mathematics rock rings of the brand new millennium, checking the angular, dissonant complexity which was the genre’s stock-in-trade to add components of psychedelia, ’70s prog rock, and new wave. In early stages, their sound was even more regular — …

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Handsome

When five pieces in the splintered membership of hardcore’s most influential ’90s outfits came jointly, Handsome was formed as well as the songwriting, textural, and creative limits of a whole genre of rock music were expanded to some previously unimaginable degree. At its middle, Handsome was aimed by previous Helmet …

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Girls Against Boys

Girls Against Kids’ dual-bass assault and Scott McCloud’s wheezy sing-speak vocals (similar to the Fall’s Tag E. Smith) produce a lively, if sometimes loud, sound that could most likely annoy listeners if it weren’t for the D.C. band’s great Fugazi-influenced tracks. Girls Against Kids’ 1989 debut recording, Tropic of Scorpio, …

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Ultra Dolphins

Raised in Harrisonburg, VA, basements (although bandmembers originally hailed from various metropolitan areas in Virginia) and afterwards based away from Richmond, Ultra Dolphins became known in early stages because of their chaotic live display, which might or might not possess included pyrotechnics, nudity, and stir-frying at one stage or another. …

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Breaking Circus

After establishing himself as an integral member in the first Chicago punk scene, Steve Bjorklund (Hit Under, Terminal Seaside) formed Breaking Circus. Authorized to Homestead, Breaking Circus initial issued THE Longer Fuse, an eight-song stream of pounding dance beats and scabrous guitars. Around 1986, Bjorklund going north to Minneapolis, and …

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Mclusky

Mclusky, a ragged Welsh trio indebted to both punk and indie rock and roll, first arrived on the picture in 1998. Led by Andrew Falkous (vocals/electric guitar), the music group also originally included Matthew Harding (drums) and Jonathan Chapple (bass). Mclusky debuted on polish within the U.K. with 2000’s My …

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