When singer/songwriter J. Keenan and bassist Mark Moran formed The Go Set in 2003, it seemed only natural to combine the elements of the music they had grown up on. Having both been brought up on everything from traditional celtic and folk music, to early seventies punk rock, and with a voice for political perspective and social conscience, The Go Set embarked on a unique musical journey. Combining the folk elements of the bagpipes, accordion, and mandolin, with distorted punk guitars and a rock n roll ethos, The Go Set created a sound and direction all its own.
Australian Folk/Rock band from Newcastle, NSW.
New EP "Insufficient Funds" & full-length "On Against Want" out now on Poison City Records.
AUTHENTIC RAW FOLK FROM THE MEDWAY DELTA, UK The Loins are Chris Broderick on vocals, Chris (Arfur) Allen on guitar and Rob Shepherd on banjo, mandolin & acordian, with John Forrester on occasional stand-up bass. Chris Broderick & Chris (Arfur) Allen started The Loins as a raw, stripped down acoustic duo in 1990. The Loins' song writing is steeped in the British & European traditions of Punk, Folk, Music Hall, Character, Chorus, Cabaret, Melodrama & Buffoonery.
Cobra Skulls are a punk rock band from Reno, Nevada who are signed to Red Scare Industries. History
Cobra Skulls were formed in 2005 by Devin Peralta (bass, vocals), Charlie Parker (guitar) and Chad Cleaveland (drums). They released an EP titled Draw Muhammad in 2006. The EP caught the attention of Red Scare Industries who signed the band and released their debut album "Sitting Army" in 2007.
Attila the Stockbroker's Barnstormer is the band formed by Sussex poet and songwriter Attila the Stockbroker in 1994, as an additional project alongside Attila's continuing solo career as a performance poet and musician, which began in 1980 and is his main activity to this day. The band have done about 400 gigs since then, mainly in the UK, Germany, Holland, Austria and Switzerland, and released 3 albums: 'The Siege of Shoreham' (1996) 'Just One Life' (2000) and 'Zero Tolerance' (2004) Loads of tracks have also featured on compilation albums...
Real McKenzies is a Celtic punk band founded in Vancouver, Canada in 1992, described as "a guitar-and-bagpipe wailing Celtic punk rock-and-roll". They have set themselves apart from other punk bands by including bagpipes in all of their studio albums and at most of their concerts, much like the similar bands Dropkick Murphys and Flatfoot 56. Their current piper, Matt MacNasty, has been with the band since its release of "Loch'd and Loaded" in 2001.
Dropkick Murphys are a celtic punk band formed in Quincy, Massachusetts, United States in 1996. First playing together in the basement of a friend's barbershop, the band has made a name for itself for their relentless touring, as well as their annual St. Patrick's Day weekend shows in Boston. The subjects of their songs often deal with the working class environment in which they grew up. The band put out a series of EPs and were signed by Rancid frontman Tim Armstrong's label Hellcat Records. In 1998, they released their first full length album, Do or Die.
South-East London man who left his college punk bands behind to go solo with his guitar.
Cordelia's Dad is a band from Northampton, Massachusetts that combines folk and punk rock influences and was instrumental in the creation of the genre later to be dubbed "No Depression". The band formed in 1987 and was active until 1998, when the members relocated to different parts of the country. After releasing an album of older material in 2002 the band has reunited in 2007 for their twentieth anniversary.
"Marseille Figs produce a sordid amalgam of inebriated bubblegum, hi-tone honky tonk, tin pan alley, free jazz and punk. Melodic, chaotic, and sometimes ha-ha funny, their repertoire includes flophouse ballads, big booming piledrivers and lost soul singalongs." Marseille Figs are: