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 the short-lived Midwest sound renaissance to their personal audio, though their lyrics absence the unabashed self-consciousness and haughty pretensions that typify the intellectual rock and roll encounter. Since their development in 1998, the trio offers performed with such indie rock and roll luminaries because the Shipping and delivery Information and Kim and Kelly Offer; in the meantime, they’ve released two 7″ singles — 1998’s American Family members Flakes and 1999’s Missed Connection — that belie their old-school punk origins and focus on their ferocious, unrelenting chops. (Visualize a fusion of early Who and Fugazi, using a somewhat progressive edge, and you will get the theory.) In July of 2001, the music group released its first full-length discharge (the self-titled Viza-Noir) for the Windy City’s newest indie label, Flameshovel. The record doesn’t explore any brand-new, uncharted artistic surface, but it will provide enough of the rapid-fire sonic assault to make sure you probably the most discriminating hardcore viewers.