What bands do you like?

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What bands do you like?

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  • Rebecca Lau

    I guess I like the classic “EpiFat” sound (Epitaph + Fat Wreck Chords). Some bands I like right now are Banner Pilot, Off With Their Heads, The Menzingers, Direct Hit, Masked Intruder, Iron Chic and other fast pop punk bands.

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  • Patrick Hatten

    Huge fan of NOFX and Inspection 12 (I actually just interviewed Pete Mosley for my podcast coming up). And right now, Lagwagon is looped.

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    Richard Masta

    OWTH stayed at my house once way back in 2008! I don’t really know them these days.

    I think I’m the dweeb on here. Saves the Day, Jets to Brazil. Paul Westerberg all up in here. I have to crank up Small Brown Bike or that other doomsday kinda stuff, now and then.

    All the fast poppy stuff is awesome, though. Big Ergs! fan as well.

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    Matt Phillips

    Strung Out still has some of my favorite punk lyrics. Check out their song “Rottin’ Apple,” “Velvet Alley” or “Calling.” Fun guitar harmonies and solos, along with FAST tempos and just a touch of metal. Lot’s of libertarian sounding lyrics too, although they seem pretty left a lot of the time.

     

    I’ll have to check out some of the newer bands that Rebecca was talking about. I’m from the era of Millencolin, No Use for a Name, Bad Religion, Rancid, Pennywise, Alkaline Trio, etc. You know, the Fat Wreck Chords heyday.

     

    It’s fun to relive this stuff. Time to listen to my Strung out Pandora station!

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    Artensa

    I like a lot of old punk bands. My favorites are Dead Kennedys, Operation Ivy, Descendents and Bad Brains.

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    Ron Walter

    I listen to a lot of Bikini Kill. Probably more than I should.

    I like a lot of newer stuff coming out of the New Brunswick scene right now: I’m an NJ ex-pat. A lot of guys off of the Don Giovanni label too. Screaming Females are awesome.

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      Richard Masta

      I love the early Don Giovanni samplers. haven’t followed it lately though.

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    D. Jacob Pogioli

    Rancid, Mustard Plug, Big D and the Kid’s Table, The Descendents. I do appreciate NOFX, too, but I think punk has better options out there. And at the risk of being lynched by ska and punk fans alike, I love streetlight manifesto

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    Anonymous

    I saw Off With Their Heads while they were supporting Frank Turner at The Music Hall of Williamsburg, it was an excellent show.

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    Anonymous

    Also an NJ guy:

    Bouncing Souls, Rancid, Frank Turner, The Smith Street Band, Streetlight Manifesto, Greenday…oye, lots of stuff!

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    Meg G.

    For punk, mostly Rancid, (old) AFI, Green Day, Operation Ivy, and the Dresden Dolls.

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      Patrick Hatten

      I really like Op Ivy. Good call.

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      Artensa

      I really love Operation Ivy as well.

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    Kyle Platt

    Crass

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      Patrick Hatten

      Big A, little A, bouncing B…

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    Richard Masta

    All this Op Ivy talk…

    I was obsessed with Op Ivy in high school, but I died when Jesse Michaels started Common Rider. Thief In A Sleeping Town 7″ owned my record player for months. Last Wave Rockers is a classic forever and ever in my house, and I hate ska. (if you’re in a ska band in Nh, you get beat up. go hang out in maine)

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      Rebecca Lau

      What happened when you heard Classics of Love?

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    Richard Masta

    haha, I was resurrected. Hearing Blackbirds vs. Crows on a sampler was even better.

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      Richard Masta

      oh, if you meant the band classics of love, I was way into the first ep, but the faster stuff was kinda silly to me at this stage.

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    Trent Black

    If These Trees Could Talk, they’re not punk and they only make instrumentals but they’re music is very pleasing to the ears.

    I’m also really into Meshuggah right now, which isn’t punk either but their music is monumental

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    Jp Cortez

    Rise Against thoooooooooo.

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      Patrick Hatten

      That’s right, son!

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    Cory MⒶssimino

    Green Day (pre-AI), The Clash, Dead Kennedys, Ramones, Sex Pistols, Joan Jett, Operation Ivy, Misfits, early Against Me, Black Flag, Anti-Flag, Crass, The Offspring, Social Distortion, Subhumans, Dead Boys, and others I can’t think of right now.

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    Todd Skelton

    Cramps

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      Christopher Putnam

      Seconded

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      Todd Baker

      Love the Cramps. (The band not the physical experience)

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    Steve Fortson

    I feel like I should know more about this to speak (and I’m never sure if something is close but not “punk”), but I’ll shoot:

    Rancid, The Briggs, Flogging Molly, Billy Talent, The Pests

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    Dan Rice

    NOFX, Descendents, Bad Brains, The Bronx, Bad Religion, Op ivy, FEAR, Vandals, Amerikan Made.

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    Tony Simo

    Days N Daze, Leftover Crack, Choking Victim, Travis James and the Acrimonious Assembly of Arsonists, Star Fucking Hipsters, I’d recommend checking any of these out if you don’t know of them yet.

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      Artensa

      Yo I know you from Tumblr 😀

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        Paddy Harrington

        Misfits, Bad Brains, Murphy’s Law, Circle Jerks, SS Decontrol, Faction, Agnostic Front, Youth Brigade, Angry Samoans, The Freeze, Stalag 13, The FU’s, Cro-Mags, Slapshot, T.S.O.L., S.F.A., The Demonics, G.B.H., Fear, Sheer Terror, Tree. I’d say these are my favorites because they got me into punk/hardcore. It also helps I saw them all. Got into Oi! from there, then into horrorpunk/psychobilly/rockabilly.

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    Jeff Siegel

    A few off the top of my head: Bad Brains, Minor Threat, Suicidal Tendencies, Refused, Big Black, Mr. Bungle, the Melvins, The Cramps, The Misfits, Faith No More, Cro-Mags, Fear, Dog Fashion Disco, Ministry, Clutch, Pollkadot Cadaver, Mindless Self Indulgence, and a ton of other bands I can’t think of right now.

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