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Split w/ The Tim Version by Dead Bars, released 26 August 2016 1. No Tattoos 2. Hangin' On The Telephone (The Nerves) NIR-361 West Coast Tour 2016 Split Russ from Tim Version asked us if we wanted to tour with them on the West Coast for Awesome Fest 10. Once Var heard the news, he asked us if we could get some songs together to do a split. The tour was in August. I wrote 'No Tattoos' that night and we recorded it the next week. Miraculously, No Idea Records got the records pressed in time and we received the records the day before tour
Album · 2014 · 4 Songs. Dead Bars & Sunshine State - Split - EP. 2014. Dead Bars & the Tim Version - Tour Split - EP. 2016.
4 tracks · 24 March 2014. Play album.
But Dead Bars are the exception. The two drummers, John Maiello and . Frederick (ex-Big Eyes), met in Seattle and John heroically stepped away from the kit to start a new band. Coincidentally, that’s also how 45,000 punk bands started between 1976 through today. Dead Bars are working on some records to be released via No Idea, including a split with Sunshine State (featuring Warren Oakes-you know, Against Me!’s old drummer, the one with the beard). Recommended for fans of bands like Dear Landlord and Iron Chic and other throaty punk bands who sing about not having any money and being romantically inept.
Dead Bars - Dream Gig. The Menzingers - After The Party. The Dopamines - Tales of Interest. Save Ends - A Book About Bad Luck. Diet Cig - Swear I’m Good At This. You can also read these briefs here. Friday, Oct. 24. Throughout her career, singer and t PJ Harvey has dabbled in just about every genre under the sun, from alternative to blues to lo-fi.
Having released their demo tape State Or Die back in July, the foursome is now gearing up for a split 7-inch alongside Seattle band Dead Bars. In anticipation, Sunshine State’s unveiled one of their two contributions, Lunchblood. On first listen, there’s several immediate parallels to Against Me!: the gritty feel of the guitars, singer Troy Pearlman’s haggard tones, the anthemic chorus, and a certain air of Springsteen-ian balladry.
A degustation of new chefs and restaurants blowing into the city from around Australia and across the globe, and the Sunshine State's advantage in growing superb produce, have changed that. In the magnificent surroundings of the former Queensland Savings Bank heritage building, Donna Chang blends Chinese influences and Aussie ingredients - crisp-skinned roast duck with Davidson's plum, more yum cha choices than you can shake a chopstick at, knock 'em dead desserts.
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