A Small Victory were a 5 piece punk rock band from Buford, Georgia. Signed to Lobster Records they released their full length, "El Camino" and EP "The Pieces We Keep" and took part in the 2004 Vans Warped Tour before calling it quits in 2005. www.myspace.com/512261
After touring steadily for over six years, including support on US legs of Strung Out and Lagwagon tours, Staring Back today brings hard-fought experience along with their unique brand of energy and musicianship to the independent punk scene in which they've grown up.
You can't be what you've always dreamed of being until you can't imagine being anything else in this life. You get one shot and you had better take it. With caution to the wind and hearts exposed to the open air, Lux Courageous is the next step in the evolution of everything genuine about music.
Stars Hide Fire is a pop punk band from Washington DC which features ex-members of Breaking Pangaea. They are currently signed to I-Surrender Records, and have released one album, The Shortcut to Loss.
According to Jason Gleason, ActionReaction's spark and individuality relies not on any single member, but on their combined personality and styles: We're all very different people, but when it comes to the band, those differences are what makes ActionReaction special.
Formed in 2001 in Orange County (CA) by Chas, Chuck, Keith and John. Their debut release "Let's Start This Over" was released through fellow Orange County label, Criterion Records home of Big Blue Monkey (Story of the Year). Criterion helped to give Halfwayhome the running start they needed as the album was later picked up by Wynona Records.
Somewhere between the eyeliner-heavy posturing of the current "indie" sensation and the saccharine lyrics of the cheesiest alt-country band, lies Big City Dreams. No swagger from the Gainesville four, just jangly pop threaded with all the charm of a syndicated visit to Dawson's Creek.