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Rehasher

Pumping out prompt and melodic guitar-driven punk, Rehasher had been given birth to sometime around 2002 in the depths of Gainesville, FL, simply as a far more formal reason for the bandmembers to hold out, drink, and perform music together. SIGNIFICANTLY LESS THAN Jake bassist Roger Manganelli distributed electric guitar …

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The Draft

When WARM WATER Music continued hiatus in-may 2005 because Chuck Ragan wished to pursue various other interests (the music group officially ended a season later), the rest of the people — bassist Jason Dark, drummer George Rebelo, and singer/guitarist Chris Wollard — weren’t quite prepared to simply sit about idly. …

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Bangers

After playing in bands within their local scene — and briefly as the beach-themed punk outfit Strike the Seaside — Bangers began proper when lead singer/guitarist Roo Pescod transferred back again to Cornwall and connected online backup with bassist Andrew Horne and drummer Hamish Adams. Ditching the seaside theme, the …

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A Wilhelm Scream

Post-hardcore quintet A Wilhelm Scream formed in New Bedford, MA, in the mid-’90s. Playing gritty punk rock and roll in the same vein as WARM WATER Music and Propagandhi, the group provides since toured from coast to coast with famous brands Rise Against, Pennywise, the Lawrence Hands, SIGNIFICANTLY LESS THAN …

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None More Black

Philadelphia emo heroes Child Dynamite were approaching off extensive touring and two popular albums when vocalist Jason Shevchuk made a decision to keep the music group and focus more fully on film college. Even with Child Dynamite done, nevertheless, he couldn’t get away a natural enthusiasm for music and quickly …

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Propagandhi

As you of Fat Wreck Chords’ initial rings, Propagandhi have always been heading against the grain of not only society, but actually their personal record label. Initiated by Chris Hannah and Jordy Samolesky, the music group of radicals from Winnipeg, Canada, met up in 1989 and finally played a display …

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Grabass Charlestons

To paraphrase the outdated jelly manufacturer’s slogan, using a name just like the Grabass Charlestons, it must be great…or, at the minimum, entertainingly silly. This goofy pop-punk trio from Gainesville, FL, is certainly just as cheerfully vulgar and unapologetically giggly as their name, supported with a good line in the …

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The Blackout Pact

The Blackout Pact formed in early summer 2003 in Denver, CO, after a lot of the members were kicked away from their former bands. Steeped within the impact of works like Small Dark brown Bicycle, the Lawrence Hands, Murder Town Devils, Leatherface, and specifically WARM WATER Music, the post-hardcore clothing …

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The Broadways

Following the 1996 breakup of Chicago ska-punk legends Slapstick, Brendan Kelly (bass, vocals) and Dan Hanaway (trumpet, guitar, vocals) met up with ex-Tricky Dick guitarist Chris McCaughan (guitar, vocals) and Rob DePaola (drums) to create the Broadways. Using the motivation of politically billed lyrics more than a history of pop-punk, …

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Armalite

In 2003, Atom Goren retired his guitar-and-synthesizer one-man punk band, Atom and His Bundle, after eight many years of recording and touring, partly in deference to the actual fact that he and his wife were quickly to be parents. Nevertheless, while Goren used a new profession like a schoolteacher, his …

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