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Independent rock band from Des Plaines, IL, USA whose style was sometimes referred to as "drunk emo". The band was formed in the early 1990s and broke up in the early 2000s. During that time they released 2 LPs and appeared on several split 7"s and compilation releases.
(ex Ambition Mission, Fourth Rotor, and (Lone) Wolf & Cub)
Chainsaws fighting in a dump truck. Melodic punk rock outfit based out of Chicago, IL.
Celebrating 30 years of friendship and 20 years of creating music, American Draft is [EMOTION] to release their first [ADJECTIVE] album in 10 years, The Rescue. The instrumental quartet from Chicago delivers a combination of [ADJECTIVE] rock, [DESCRIPTION] sounds and an [ADVERB] approach to songwriting. Yes they’re still a band, no you haven’t heard of them, until now. [VERB].
Tom Counihan and Dave Lysien were the dual songwriters in the Addison, IL band Not Rebecca, who were part of the seminal 90's Chicago punk scene alongside The Smoking Popes, The Bollweevils, Blue Meanies, Oblivion, No Empathy, Apocalypse Hoboken and more. After the band broke up in 1997, Lysien did a stint in the band Woolworthy before forming Textbook in 1998. Counihan went on to do time in the Smoking Popes and later launched a solo career as Tom Daily. The duo hadn't collaborated in over a decade until 2015 when they started working on new music together and formed The Addisons. The band is rounded out some old friends, Daisun Derrijk on drums (The Sonnets, ex-Jr. Loader, The Knobs) and Rick Uncapher on bass (Textbook, ex-Dan Vapid & the Cheats, Noise By Numbers). The Addisons plan to dip into the back catalogue for their live shows while also moving forward into new musical territory.