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No Age

LA experimental lo-fi drum-and-guitar duo Zero Age group are Dean Spunt and Randy Randall, ex-members of hardcore music group Wives. Through assorted indie brands, No Age group released limited works of vinyl-only EPs before collecting a lot of those songs for the singles collection Weirdo Rippers, released by U.K. label …

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Peppermints

The Peppermints’ official history is just a little spotty, jumbled amid chaotic websites, weird live gigs, their abrasive something-punk sound, and fluctuating membership. Nonetheless it was known the fact that group began within the hinterlands of NORTH PARK around 1997, and by 2000 had been playing out and issuing singles. …

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The Nightingales

After a group of low-key UK school bands, Robert Lloyd (b. 1959, Cannock, Staffordshire, Britain) produced the Prefects – among the first punk rings – who toured using the Clash. They split in 1979 and Lloyd put together the Nightingales utilizing the greatest of the music artists who had approved …

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The Membranes

Post-punk noise retailers the Membranes had been probably one of the most effective and polarizing English bands from the ’80s and ’90s. Their music was intentionally abrasive and forceful, filled with jagged shards of acoustic guitar, deep slabs of bass, and crashing drums having a soupçon of digital noise laid …

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100 Flowers

Originally formed in the later ’70s simply because an intentionally silly punk band called the Urinals, 100 Flowers organized a couple of years afterwards (about vocalist John Talley-Jones and vocalist/guitarist Kjehl Johansen) using a sound even more rooted in angular post-punk. Located in West LA, the band documented a self-titled …

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Tom Vek

London’s eclectic one-man music group Tom Vek combines electronic music with indie rock and roll, punk with dance, and affects like new influx and garage area (and in addition made the majority of his early recordings in his parents’ garage area, too). Nevertheless, as a teenager in the middle-’90s, Vek …

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Sex Pistols

The Sex Pistols might have only been collectively for just two years in the past due ’70s, however they changed the facial skin of popular music. Through their uncooked, nihilistic singles and violent shows, the music group revolutionized the thought of what rock and roll & roll could possibly be. …

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Red Eyed Legends

Crimson Eyed Legends shaped from the relocation of Chris Thomson (Circus Lupus, Monorchid, Skull Kontrol) to Chicago. Thomson quickly installed with Steve Denekas (Countdown, Entertainment), Jason Dummeldinger (Cinco de Gatos, Silverbacks), and Paul Higgins (Bad Three) to create Crimson Eyed Legends. Over time within the practice space, Crimson Eyed Legends …

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The Red Krayola

Among the longest-lived underground rock and roll groups (otherwise the longest-lived), the Crimson Krayola lasted with the delivery pangs of psychedelia at night loss of life throes of post-punk. The main one constant within their ever-shifting lineup continues to be principal vocalist/songwriter/visionary Mayo Thompson, that has appeared as worried about …

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Mayo Thompson

Thompson is primarily referred to as the first choice (in support of constant member) from the Crimson Krayola, the long-running underground music group that initially made their tag over the ’60s psychedelic picture and continued to be noted players within the post-punk period. In 1970, he released a little-known record …

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