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Title Fight (US)

Title Fight are an American punk rock band from Kingston, Pennsylvania, formed in 2003. The band is comprised of Jamie Rhoden (vocals, guitar), Shane Moran (lead guitar) and brothers Ned (vocals, bass) and Ben Russin (drums). Title Fight plays music in the vein of Jawbreaker, Kid Dynamite and Lifetime; taking influence from such melodic punk rock acts as Saves the Day, emo bands Knapsack and Seaweed, and, more recently, indie rock acts like Dinosaur Jr. and My Bloody Valentine.

They released a new 3-song 7" The Last Thing You Forget on June 23rd 2009, as well as a CD released on July 10th, compiling all of their releases to date: 2007's split CD with The Erection Kids and 2008's Kingston EP (available on iTunes), both release...

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Milk Teeth (UK)

There are at least 2 bands named Milk Teeth

1) A UK Alt/Indie band from Stroud, UK. Milk Teeth evoke memories of oversized plaid shirts, taking walkmans to school and pirate cassettes of Wayne’s World. Formed less than a year ago, 5000 miles from their spiritual home Seattle, Josh, Becky, Chris and Olly began making waves the instant “Smiling Politely” was released in August 2013. Their fuzzed up guitars, boy/girl vocals and tales of growing up perfectly balance teen angst with pop sensitivity.

2) A experimental/improv group from PA
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Drug Church (US)

Drug Church is an American five-piece hardcore punk / alternative rock band from Albany, United States that formed in 2011. They feature Patrick Kindlon of End of a Year/Self Defense Family on vocals, and also share members with Push-Pit, as well as Self Defense Family.

The band is currently signed to No Sleep Records.

Hardcore plays a much more prominent role in their music than Self Defense Family, with chugging guitar parts with a sound big enough to recall bands such as Quicksand. Kindlon's spits words in his aggressive and dramatic voice, with a bit of a snarl added. Lyrically, they stay as socially aware and satirical as Self Defense Family, just with that hardcore punk edge and bite emphasized.


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