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  1. The Warmers were a Washington D.C. based Indie-rock band who were signed to Dischord Records. They were active from July of 1994 through…

  2. After two full U.S. tours, BLUETIP enlisted the production guidance of Ian MacKaye to recorded their debut album, "Dischord No.101" (released 06.96…

  3. Soulside (or "Soul Side") were a hardcore punk outfit from the greater Washington, D.C. area, formed in spring 1986 and disbanded in summer of…

  4. Hoover broke up after returning from a US tour, at a time when they were probably at the height of their popularity. They split leaving a number…

  5. Easily the most cynical of the D.C. Dischord bands, Smart Went Crazy combine the Psychedelic Furs-like ironic and honest portraits of their…

  6. Along with the political and musical evolution that was associated with "Revolution Summer", the mid-80s in the Washington, DC saw the development…

  7. The Nation Of Ulysses was a punk band from Washington, D.C. consisting of Ian Svenonius (Vocals/Trumpet), Steve Kroner (Lead Guitar), Tim Green…

  8. Hoover was an American post-hardcore band from Washington, DC. Hoover was formed in 1992, and went on to produce some of the more intense…

  9. A DC located band that existed from 1987-1990.

    They released two full length albums: 's/t' and 'Hell Yes I Cheated' as well as two 7" EPs: '"Down"…

  10. From the seedy back alleys of Jersey City explodes RYE COALITION, beloved saviors of rock n' roll! The boys are back with their long awaited…

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