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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 December of 1997.Their first release 'The Warmers' (recorded Feb 1996) saw limited success, but is still revered by many as a treasure of the genre. May 2004 Dischord released an EP entitled 'Wanted:More' featuring 6 previously unheard Warmers songs, which were recorded December 1996.

The Warmers were: Alec Mackaye (Vocals, Guitar), Juan Luis Carrera… read more

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  • i prefer wanted: more, too. ep's in general are 90% better than bands' full lengths, though, imo; it always seems like they have no filler compared to a full length by any given band....... anyway, the warmers are one of my all time favorite bands. i love the minimal skeletal sound they have with the one note riffs and whatnot. it is purposely awkward and deceptively "simple" yet a deeper inspection reveals a startling complexity to their music that isn't obvious right away, as the music is constantly pushing and pulling itself apart, as all the members play loose and outside of structures and melodies (especially the drummer -- isn't amy farina's mostly-hihat and -toms approach one of the finest drumming displays in music history?!). also love the creepy vibe to this. this reminds me of pod-era breeder covering fugazi. or even an early precursor to erase errata's first album, especially production wise and in the song structures. genius band.
  • The "Wanted: More" EP is amazing. I think i prefer it to the album.
  • unlike other post-hardcore I've heard, quite refreshing
  • one of the best drummers ever!
  • pretty damn great
  • me too
  • i love this band.
  • It's too bad Alec never got as much credit as his brother. He made some great music.
  • please listen to my garage spun awkward kasyou punk; http://www.lastfm.pl/music/pandaredski3
  • AHHHHHH SO GOOD i found them through the evens..

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