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

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

  3. Moss Icon was an Annapolis, Maryland punk rock band from 1986 to 1991. The original members were Jonathan Vance, Tonie Joy, Monica DiGialleonardo,…

  4. Fugazi is a post-hardcore band formed in Washington, DC. Fronted by ex-Minor Threat vocalist Ian MacKaye and ex-Rites of Spring vocalist Guy…

  5. Drive Like Jehu were an American post-hardcore band from San Diego, California founded in 1990 by Rick Froberg (guitar, vocals), John Reis…

  6. Brian Baker, formerly of Minor Threat, formed Dag Nasty with Colin Sears, Roger Marbury and Shawn Brown in 1985. Shawn's replacement on vocals…

  7. There is more than one artist with this name:

    1) Indian Summer is an electronic duo comprised of Gabe Gleeson and Chevy Long from Melbourne,…

  8. Cap'n Jazz were an emo band which formed in 1989 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. The band consisted of Tim Kinsella (vocals), Victor Villareal…

  9. Mission of Burma is an American post-punk band formed in Boston, Massachusetts in 1979. The band was formed by Roger Miller (guitar), Clint Conley…

  10. Jawbreaker was an American punk rock band from San Francisco, California, United States. The band has its root in Los Angeles, CA, where Blake…

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