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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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Go Betty Go

The spunky and aggressive pop-punk sounds of Go Betty Go first blasted away from a Glendale, CA, garage area in 2001. Sisters Nicolette and Aixa Vilar (business lead vocals and drums, respectively), guitarist Betty Cisneros, and bassist Michelle Rangel gigged hard around the region and started turning mind in both …

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The Smugglers

Vancouver, BC garage-punk combo the Smugglers was formed in 1988 simply by singer Offer Lawrence in tandem with guitarists David Carswell and Nick Thomas; bassist Adam Woodall, and drummer Paul Preminger finished the initial lineup, which released their debut one “Along” in the small Nardwuar label in 1990. Bassist Beez …

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Sullen

Sullen was a twin-guitar clothing from St. Louis led from the dueling devices and vocals of Justin Slazinik and Shanna Kiel. Close friends since senior high school, Slazinik and Kiel started playing reside in 1999, having a Vertebral Tap-like revolving door of drummers and bass players. Gigging in St. Louis …

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Bad Cop/Bad Cop

Shaped in 2011 by singer/songwriter Stacey Dee, Bad Cop/Bad Cop certainly are a Los Angeles-based, all-female punk strap with much, hook-laden sound. Alongside co-songwriter and vocalist/guitarist Jennie Cotterill, bassist/vocalist Rinh Re, and drummer Myra Gallarza, the music group places an focus on big melodies and three-part harmonies as evidenced on …

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River City Tanlines

Acquiring their cues from 1970s punk, Runaways-influenced hard rock and roll, and North Mississippi blues, the River City Tanlines produced in the ashes of several local rings in Memphis, Tennessee. Vocalist/guitarist Alicja Trout — a recognised songwriter with ties to such Memphis-based groupings as the Shed Sounds, Destruction Device, Black …

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The Dollyrots

What started mainly because a spare time activity for Fresh College of Florida college students (and years as a child friends) Kelly Ogden (bass/vocals) and Luis Cabezas (acoustic guitar) became a full-time profession when Ogden and Cabezas made a decision to help to make their music group, the Dollyrots, a …

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Kittie

Schoolgirls Mercedes Lander (drums) and Fallon Bowman (acoustic guitar) met in fitness center course and said, “Let’s play together!” And therefore, Kittie was created. A minimum of, that’s how tale has it, and it’s really not that not very true. Four teenage women with a like of rock, a wish …

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The Jolenes

Katy Sanford (vocals/electric guitar), Christina Wolfe (bass), and Chocolate Blystone (drums) create the bubbly pop audio from the Jolenes. Produced in 1999 after Sanford still left Man of the entire year, the Jolenes rocked around their indigenous Portland, OR, for several years before getting a cope with Last Possibility in …

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The Eyeliners

Albuquerque, NM-based pop-punk siblings the Eyeliners assembled vocalist/drummer Laura, guitarist Gel and bassist Lisa; developing in 1995 as Psychodrama, after issuing their debut one “Vivid” the sisters followed their brand-new name in middle-1996, getting at Sympathy for the Record Sector the following calendar year release a the seven-inch Broke My …

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