The Minutemen were a punk rock trio which formed in 1980 in San Pedro, California, United States. The band comprised guitarist/vocalist D Boon and his childhood friend, bassist/vocalist Mike Watt, along with a former high school classmate on drums, George Hurley. The group played funk influenced punk rock music in the early 1980s never finding (or even seeking) much mainstream success, but influencing many subsequent musicians. The group ended when Boon died in an automobile accident in Arizona in December 1985.
There are at least three artists with the name Subs. 1) An up-and-coming Belgian electro outfit; see The Subs 2) At the centre of the China’s burgeoning rock scene is Beijing, and at the centre of the capital city’s rock scene is another Subs, whose screaming garage-punk rock is the most sought after live experience in the country. Subs have risen quickly through the rock ranks based on their riotous live sets that are explosions of pure energy rare to the Middle Kingdom.
North Lincoln tells Southern Lovin': “We love to play, which is the real foundation of what North Lincoln eventually became to us. We’ve always been doing other bands at the same time and continue to come back to North Lincoln out of a real love of doing it. With the three of us together in a room writing, we know that there’s no real boundries or guidelines for what we need to do or sound like to be North Lincoln.
There seem to be at least 2 bands with the name Kasa 1) Krzysztof Kasowski "K.A.S.A." (born 25 december 1970) in Kielce, Poland. Singer and composer, leader of "Kielecka grupa muzyczna". Founder of "Kapela z Miasta Kielce". He started his carrier as K.A.S.A. in 1996 when he signed a contract with BMG. 2) A British screamo band formed in 2008.
They are doing a split with Markovsky from Dorchester, sometime this year on We Heart Records
The Dwarves are an American punk rock band, formed in Chicago, Illinois in the mid-1980s. They are currently based in San Francisco, California. They are known for their nuanced punk repertoire, and controversial lyrics. Since the hardcore punk and scum punk sounds of their early days, they have recently developed more of a pop-punk influence. Their shows have been notable for some aggressive fights on stage (with the audience and even a cop), and because "He Who Cannot Be Named" performs either in nothing but a jockstrap or totally nude, and makes no attempt to hide behind his guitar.
There are multiple artists named Pinwheel: 1) a band Ben Gibbard was in before Death Cab for Cutie
2) a band featuring Chris Collingwood and Adam Schlesinger from Fountains of Wayne.
3) a Minneapolis hard rock band formed in 2008 1) In the Ben Gibbard version, Ben shared lead vocal duties with Justin Kennedy, who now fronts L.A. popsters Army Navy. The band sounds more like Built to Spill than it does Death Cab.
The Lime Spiders are an Australian band which play a hybrid of garage and psychedelic rock. Lead Singer Mick Blood formed the band in the early '80s with guitarist Gerard Corben, bassist Tony Bambach and drummer Ricky Lawson. The Spiders released their monumental single 'Slave Girl', on the Citadel label, in 1983. In the years to follow, the Spiders issued one amazing single after another: 25th Hour, Out of Control, Weirdo Libido, My Favourite Room, and Volatile. Slave Girl would go on to be one of the best selling independent singles of the 1980s.
There are (at least) five bands with this name. 1) A fast metallic hardcore band from the Toronto area.
They released a split with Ochre, a split with Acrid, a live split with Chokehold, a live LP from 2004, and a Discography CD on No Idea, maybe some other stuff. Current members of Haymaker, Cursed, and The Swarm. 2) Left For Dead was a band initially made up of former Queen Anne's Revenge singer Eddie Gowan, former Trouble Tribe guitarist Adam Wacht...