There are at least three bands called Trainwreck. One from Germany, one from the US and one from Australia: TRAINWRECK from Germany (Aachen, Bremen, Göttingen) is a DIY punk/hardcore/screamo band and consists of actual and former members of Eaves, Glasses, the 244GL and Engrave. They started rehearsing in October 2005. Since then they have released a couple of records, their latest LP in July 2009 and a new EP in June 2011. They've played five European, one UK, one Japan and two US tours in the last couple of years.
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The Uncomfortables are battered guitars and songs about love and Hell, the things that matter. Elements of Pixies, Tom Waits, Film Noir and Surf Rock come clattering together in an electrifying mixture. The Uncomfortables have played high profile gigs with Jamie T, We Are Scientists, Dartz, Aidan Smith and the Departure as well as festivals such as Kendal Calling and One Big Weekend. The Uncomfortables are a 5-piece high-energy, highly charismatic indie rock band from west Lancashire, England.
There are two artists with this name: 1) A native of Concord, MA, Campbell is an independent experimental music composer, multi-instrumentalist, performer, DJ, and all around weirdo. Campbell's tracks are usually produced on a laptop with a variety of sources, including guitars, synthesizers, odd ethnic instruments, and a plethora of obsolete technology. 2) Hailing from Charlotte, NC, Campbell brings unexplainable beauty to places where originality is scarce.
Jeremy John Ratter (born 8 June 1943, Northwood, Middlesex, England), better known under his pseudonym of Penny Rimbaud, is a drummer, writer, poet, former member of performance art groups EXIT and Ceres Confusion, and co-founder of the anarchist punk band Crass with Steve Ignorant in 1977. Rimbaud (so named as a tribute to poet Arthur Rimbaud, the 'Penny' being a pun on the phrase "arfer (half a) penny", referring to the long discontinued British Ha'penny coin) attended the South East Essex Technical College and School of Art in the early 1960s, where he exhibited a talent for tailoring.
There is more than one Lockjaw: 1) Lockjaw was formed in Portland, Oregon around 1980 by Del Murry (guitar), Tony Arcudi (vocals), Eric Couch (bass), and Rob Parker (drums)... the band played clubs like The Met, 13th Precinct, and the Satyricon in the early days. By 1984 drummer Rob Parker was replaced with Jeremy J., and guitarist Garrett Garitano was added to the lineup. By that time Lockjaw was labeled "Portland's most hated band."
Woollen Kits are a three piece outta Melbourne, Australia, each member sporting a nice haircut. Their music is simple and popular in style, with it's influence in The Modern Lovers, The Saints and The Cars.
Though Woollen Kits has existed since 2007, the current three piece format has existed since 2009.