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Marching Orders

Marching Orders was conceived in 2002. A 3 track demo was recorded, but the original lineup disbanded before playing live. After a years hiatus, the band was resurrected with Al on vocals being joined by Chris on drums, Ben on guitar and Ander on bass. After six months of songwriting and practice, the addition of Phil on lead guitar further solidified the bands musical direction.
This line up released the independent six track ‘Last Drinks’ EP in 2005 and in 2006 contributed two songs to a split 7” with Canada’s Alternate Action on Longshot records.

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Guttersnipes

Guttersnipes are a four piece guitar band from Melbourne, Australia, who formed in 1989. History
Guttersnipes formed in Melbourne in 1989 and began writing music and playing shows at various inner city venues. The band wrote original songs that featured distorted and fast-paced melodies. Their sound initially showed some similarities to bands such as Squirrel Bait, Hüsker Dü and Dinosaur Jr., while containing tinges of Australian punk and garage influences.

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The Adicts

The Adicts are an English Punk rock band from Ipswich, Suffolk. They began life as the Afterbirth & The Pinz, in their hometown of Ipswich in late 1975. Popular in the 1980s, they were often in the indie charts at that time.
They soon changed their name to The Adicts and became known for their distinctive Clockwork Orange 'Droog' image, which, along with their urgent, uptempo music and light-hearted lyrics, helped set them very much apart from the rest of the genre. Temporary 1980s name changes to ADX and FUN ADICTS, for a children's TV appearance, also occurred.

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One Way System

One Way System first lit up the second wave punk revolution with their fresh faced, no nonsense sound in the early eighties, when Oi! and skinhead culture had all but rejected the original punk ethic. One Way System managed to bridge the gap. From the front cover of Sounds to the Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles, the System remained sharp and impressive, their natural aggression and un-faulting professionalism sealing their reputation as one of the most exciting bands on the international punk circuit.

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The Briggs

The Briggs are a punk rock band based out of Los Angeles, California. Fronted by brothers Joey and Jason LaRocca, this band draws from a variety of influences, but most noteably from the likes of UK artists such as The Clash, Cock Sparrer, Stiff Little Fingers, and Billy Bragg. The Briggs have spent the past few years on the heels of tours that have paired them up with more recognizable faces in their genre, including several outings with Irish-punk band Flogging Molly, punk rockers Street Dogs, and hardcore/melodic punk legends Bad Religion.

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The Templars

The Templars are an oi punk band formed in Long Island, New York in 1991. Comprised of black and white skinhead members, they have several influences, including Oi!, punk, glam rock, rock n roll and mod. The band's name comes from an ancient order of Christian Warrior Monks called the Knights Templar.

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Hard Skin

Parody Oi! band responsible for hits such as "Still Fighting Thatcher" and "Oi not Jobs." Fat Bob AKA Sean is actually an A&R man for Rough Trade and used to run the now defunct "Rugger Bugger" records label. Ben, the guitarist, drives bands around in a van for a living and was previously known for his role in bands "Thatcher on Acid" and "The Tone".

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Dreadful Children

Dreadful Children are a wonderful, upbeat Punk band from Seattle. They are influenced by bands such as the Toy Dolls and ABBA. They are sexy.

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