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Liars Inc.

Liars Inc. is really a quartet from LA, CA, that may best be referred to as having been blessed of compelling contradictions and road blocks. Lead vocalist Raile was raised in Hollywood where his mom worked being a stylist to superstars who frequently slept on her behalf living room flooring …

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Enemy You

Not preference the tendency toward punk that’s wimpy, tuneful, and bowing to lost like, San Francisco’s Foe You is aimed at the edgy, midtempo rockers mainly because punk begins to merge in to the mainstream. David Jones (business lead acoustic guitar and vocals) will a lot of the songwriting, developing …

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Filthy Thievin’ Bastards

The Filthy Thievin’ Bastards were originally a side project come up with by members from the Swingin’ Utters. Acquiring impact from folk-rock, in addition to Celtic drunkards the Pogues, Johnny Bonnel and Darius Koski (both of the Utters) composed an EP’s worthy of of music in 2000 and finally released …

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Joe Strummer

As frontman and primary songwriter from the Clash, Joe Strummer created a number of the fieriest, most essential punk rock and roll — and, indeed, rock and roll & move — ever. Strummer extended punk’s musical palette along with his fondness for reggae and early rock and roll & move, …

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Jackson Taylor

Jackson Taylor focuses on a good aged outlaw country audio with his music group, which ignites with plenty of punk energy to debate on any stage the group calls for and with plenty of Southern rock components and pure straightforward songwriting to always keep a lasting music impression. Taylor was …

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Left Alone

A hard-working punk music group from Wilmington, CA, Still left Only were formed by innovator Elvis Cortez (acoustic guitar/vocals) and played their first keg party in 1996. Merging his like of punk, ska, the Clash, Rancid, and Elvis Costello, Cortez was devoted towards the D.We.Con. attitude from the beginning and …

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The Dragons

Therefore Cal punk & rollers the Dragons were fronted by Mario Escovedo, the youngest sibling of music artists Alejandro and Javier Escovedo. Javier, of L.A. punk legends the Zeros ( and later on with Alejandro in the real Believers), bought his teenage child brother his 1st acoustic guitar on Sunset …

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Mercy Killers

Los Angeles-based punk trio Mercy Killers follow in the footsteps of affects just like the Damned, T.S.O.L., Era X, as well as the Clash. The group produced around vocalist/guitarist Craig Fairbaugh (ex-the Ignored), who acquired previously done period touring with rings just like the Transplants and Lars Fredericksen & the …

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Crowd

The Audience was a short element of the ‘beach punk’ scene of Huntington Seaside, California, USA, in the first 80s. Featuring Jim ‘Garbage’ Decker (vocals), Jay Decker (bass), Jim Kaa (electric guitar, vocals), Tracy Porterfield (vocals) and Barry ‘Cuda’ Miranda (drums), these were nearly completely divorced in the prevailing hardcore …

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The Headstones

The Western-tinged, hard-edged rock & roll of Headstones began in the later ’80s in Ontario, Canada, and includes vocalist Hugh Dillon, guitarist Trent Carr, bassist Tim Light, and drummer Dale Harrison. The music group agreed upon to MCA in 1993 and immediately after released Picture of Wellness, followed by Tooth …

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