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Ammanford, Wales (2000-2005)

Jarcrew (active 2001-2005) was a post-hardcore electronica noise band from Ammanford, South Wales. Hopping from genre to genre in much the same way you would switch channels on a television, the band released a highly innovative and provocative body of work before unfortunately disbanding in 2005 due to their drummer, Rhodri Thomas, becoming a Jehovah's Witness just as the band were in the process of recording their second album (none of this material was ever released).

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  • Avatar for mattoy666
    Saw these guys in Exeter Cavern years ago and have never actually bought their music. I'm gonna get it though, cos I still remember them being fucking brilliant. Bit of a lame reason to disband!
  • Avatar for Conductorsmusic
    Jarcrew were something else, was listening to them today, we stock their album at Tangled Parrot Records, Carmarthen! Big Love x
  • Avatar for shaymatt
    Bought the album after seeing them support someone (Biffy?) years ago at the Fleece in Bristol. Listened to it twice in 7 years. Listened to it again last summer and realised what I'd missed out on...
  • Avatar for EavesTreasure
    Kelson leaves future of the left....come on REFORM BABY!!
  • Avatar for Ryudo
    Come back? ;_;
  • Avatar for jonaschrist
    The album is fantastic, didn't really expect this kind of sound (backtracking from FOTL)! Glad I bought it though, especially considering it was in the 3 for £10 pile in a cheap record store...
  • Avatar for Grizz
    yup a reform would be nice, can't believe how unappreciated they are. Ahead of their time
  • Avatar for SionedGoch
    Please reform Jarcrew, you are the best live band I've ever seen!
  • Avatar for shaaarpie
    The truth shall be revealed soon...
  • Avatar for jenna_loves_you
    I used to obsess over these around 2003/2004. Good live. I enjoyed Kelson's spazzy dancing.

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