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Nuke The Rainforest

conservative, anti-pc folk-punk

Nuke The Rainforest is GOING ELECTRIC with conservative, anti-pc punk rock and folk-punk. Laissez Faire, and beyond that Nuke The Rainforest really just wants everyone to smile and get along, so sit back, listen, and get enlightened!

The 'Skin A Cat' demo consists of straightforward, lo-fi conservative punk rock and hardcore punk. Taking after the Misfits a bit with songs about Sci-Fi, Horror, and Action flicks. Sounds kind of like the first Circle Jerks and TSOL records, or maybe some UK82 hardcore punk. And yes, there is a psychobilly/rockabilly influence there.

The 'Nuke' album is mellow, home-grown acoustic guitar and a voice attacking everything from stale feminazi bitchiness to so-called "fair trade" coffee creep smugness and mind-numbing campus "diversity" propaganda. A follow-up is in the works, as Nuke The Rainforest can't stop finding reasons to rip on the backward culture of contemporary America.

'Skin A Cat'

'Live Gig'



experimental jam punk

Yish is a experimental jam punk, an indie band, and so much more.

Story of the band:  Surf & Reggae phase ---> Jam & Improv phase ---> Pistols/Flag/Germs punk rock phase ---> Alt-Rock phase.

Yish is the musical interpretation of disjointed absurd experience.  Laugh at absurdity and revel in apathy.

'Defense D'Uriner'

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The Yellow Day Brigade (The YDB)

libertarian hardcore punk and thrash

The Yellow Day Brigade (a.k.a. “The YDB”, 2004-2007) seeks to set the "punks" straight with its brand of rationalhardcore, a genre and movement it essentially founded. A revival of that old-school combination of jackhammer beats and thrashy riffs recalling Bad Brains and Minor Threat presents a shock to the wussy emo-pop-punk and extra-heavy metalcore fans alike. As if a jolt of early eighties hardcore is not enough, The YDB's version also fuses mechanical beats and acid-bath guitar processing for an industrial edge heavily influenced by Big Black.


Paid in Pretzels (PiP)

british streetpunk vampire and vigilante songs

Paid in Pretzels (aka P.I.P.) is a band of British punks from Central Illinois. Members enjoy 80s garb, looting 19th-century presidential grave sites, and kidnapping 21st century virgins for fun and profit. Enemies include hobo vigilantes, social workers, and society.

Paid in Pretzels has songs placed in the award-winning film, The Transient. More information on The Transient is available at Strongly recommended! Paid in Pretzels is available for all your British punk needs!

'Hobo Violence'

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