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There should be more crazy Derek Bailey-style skronk in the midst of wild punk breakdowns.
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October 22, 2010 Former Q And Not U drummer John Davis claims non-idiomatic guitarist Derek Bailey as an influence on the post-punk band's 2000 debut, No Kill No Beep Beep. We think there should be more crazy skronk in the midst of wild punk breakdowns.
August 24, 2005 In the late 1970s, teens in the nation's capital were building their own punk scene — and many of those bands recorded for an independent record label called Dischord. That pioneering label is still alive today, and just as vital to a new music scene.
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