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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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Jamie T.

Along with his appealingly laid-back hip-hop vocal phrasing and an eclectic bedroom D.We.Con. musical palette, Jamie T. results in like the like child from the Roads’ Mike Skinner and Terribly Drawn Boy’s Damon Gough. His smart pop sense is normally his very own, however, and helps to keep the Southern …

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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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Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti

Known because of their rousing costumed live performances and stripped-down rock and roll sound, Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti (3 Lively Deceased Boys) have already been a mainstay over the Italian punk picture since their formation in 1994. Produced under the command of celebrated cartoonist Davide Toffolo, the music group is …

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Viza-Noir

Created in Chicago and raised on the town roads, the founding people of Viza-Noir (bassist Mike O’Connell, guitarist Dan MacAdam, and drummer Joe Kaplan) learned the essential facts of existence from post-punk idols want Cable, Wipers, MX-80, as well as the Former mate. The music group also incorporated components of …

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Street Dogs

Boston, Massachusetts is really a uniquely divided town, consisting not really of amorphously defined neighborhoods just like the types that define Manhattan, but little, semi-autonomous villages with brands like Allston, Dorchester, Roxbury, and Jamaica Ordinary. Likewise, Boston’s music picture has typically been similarly insular, with small communication between your punk, …

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Weddings, Parties, Anything

Making use of their name “lent” from a Clash song (“Revolution Rock”), and influences such as for example Woody Guthrie, Tex Morton, as well as the Rolling Stones, one gets the theory that it’s challenging to categorize the Australian band Weddings, Parties, Anything (W.P.A.). And it is not. One part …

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The Briggs

Following path of early punk rock and roll bands such as for example Cock Sparrer as well as the Clash, Los Angeles’ the Briggs contain brothers Joey and Jason LaRocca, drummer Chris X, and bassist Ryan Roberts (who changed original bassist Duck Matthews). Originally called I Drop, the group was …

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Vince Taylor

Vince Taylor will likely be remembered to be the model for David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust personality, his 1958 B-Side “COMPLETELY NEW Cadillac” (later on covered famously from the Clash), as well as for his erratic on-stage and off-stage behavior just as much for his actual music contributions to rock and …

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!!!

!!!, which may be pronounced by repeating any one-syllable percussive audio 3 x (e.g., “chk chk chk”), shaped in 1996 following the demise from the Yah Mos; while on tour, people of this post-hardcore work envisioned developing a music group focused toward danceable music, as soon as they returned with …

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