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  1. Hubble Bubble was a punk rock group from Belgium.

    Formed in 1973 by Alain Bureau and managed by Bernard Schol, the group released their…

  2. The Dancing Cigarettes, from Bloomington, Indiana, were a post-punk/new wave group that existed from 1979-1983. There were some lineup changes…

  3. The Scissor Girls were a noise-rock, experimental, no wave, punk trio from Chicago, Illinois. The idea to form the group was conceived during the…

  4. Primitive post punk from Somerset England. Releasing some d-i-y singles in the 79-82 era A&M were the type of band that was played on Peel in its…

  5. Von Lmo (pronounced Von Elmo by terrestrial lips) is dedicated to punk/metal rock from outer space. Born in the black light dimension, Von Lmo has…

  6. The Model Citizens were a short lived poppy new wave band from New York City. They released one EP, produced by John Cale circa 1978, before…

  7. Mofungo were a New York City based No Wave band who were active from 1979 to 1993, featuring Elliott Sharp, Robert Sietsema, A.C. Chubb, Willie…

  8. Pulsallama was an all female band based in New York City from 1980-1984. They were very much a part of of the thriving downtown/East Village scene…

  9. Throwing sparks like two gigantic rocks grinding against each other, Los Angeles' LAMPS seem intent on doing things their way. And on every count,…

  10. The Eat were a Punk band from Miami, Florida, and released the stellar "Communist Radio" 7" (b/w Catholic Love) by hurling all 500 copies at the…

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