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The band Indian Summer was founded in 1993. Before coming to fame, the band got it’s start in Oakland. Generally, music journalists would define Indian Summer’s style within the genre/s of punk rock, and other rock music.

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Portraits Of Past

Portraits of Past was an American post-hardcore band from the San Francisco Bay Area that existed roughly from 1994–1995. The genre of music that they helped create is often described as "screamo," though that term was not used at the time the band was active.... [wikipedia]
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Moss Icon

Moss Icon is an American post-hardcore band formed in late 1986 in Annapolis, Maryland. Its original members are singer Jonathan Vance, guitarist Tonie Joy, bassist Monica DiGialleonardo, and drummer Mark Laurence. Alex Badertscher joined as second guitarist i... [wikipedia]
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I Hate Myself

I Hate Myself, stylized as "i hate myself", was an emo band formed by brothers Jon and Jim Marburger in Gainesville, Florida during 1996. They were active intermittently until 2005. I Hate Myself used elements of post-hardcore and indie rock in their songs.... [wikipedia]
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Rites Of Spring

Rites of Spring was an American post-hardcore band from Washington, D.C., in the mid-1980s, known for their energetic live performances. Along with Embrace, and Beefeater, they were one of the mainstay acts of the 1985 Revolution Summer movement which took pla... [wikipedia]
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Saetia (pronounced SAY-shuh) was a New York City-based screamo band. Their name originates from a misspelling of the Miles Davis track "Saeta", from his album Sketches of Spain. While relatively unknown during their existence, the band is now seen as one of t... [wikipedia]
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Cap’n Jazz

Cap'n Jazz was an American emo band formed in Chicago in 1989 by brothers Tim and Mike Kinsella, who were joined by Sam Zurick and Victor Villarreal. After a number of name changes and the addition of guitarist Davey von Bohlen, the band began to earn a cult f... [wikipedia]
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On The Might Of Princes

On The Might Of Princes were an American post-hardcore band from Long Island, New York, active during the late 1990s and early 2000s.... [wikipedia]
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Boys Life

Boys Life was an American indie rock band from Kansas City, Missouri, formed in 1993. The band was foundational in the emo genre, especially influencing Taking Back Sunday.Band members went on to form other bands such as Canyon and Lullaby for the Working Clas... [wikipedia]
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Jeromes Dream

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I Wrote Haikus About Cann

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Lync was a 1990s post-hardcore band from Olympia, Washington.... [wikipedia]
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Everyone Asked About You

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The Kodan Armada

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The Pine

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City Of Caterpillar

City of Caterpillar is an American post-hardcore band from Richmond, Virginia, formed in 2000. They released a split with Pg. 99, one studio album, and a full-length compilation of demos and live tracks. Their songs, some of which are over 8 minutes long, are ... [wikipedia]
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