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Zac Damon has performed with
since 1995, when he toured as the lead singer and rhythm guitarist immediately following the release of the band's debut Lookout Records album. Damon has regularly participated in touring and recording with
, performing with the band extensively across the United States and Europe. Damon also wrote a pair of songs recorded by the band: "Dysfynctional," which appeared on the
/Teen Idols split EP "The Dysfunctional Shadowman," and "Trial and Error," which appeared on the album "Fade to Bright." Damon is also in the current lineup of
, which most recently performed at the Lookouting Festival at 924 Gilman in Berkeley, California on January 7, 2017.
In 2014 José Contreras released his debut solo album via
is an American punk rock band from Lafayette, Indiana formed by record producer Mass Giorgini in 1993.
In the Fall of 1998,
went on a hiatus in order to pursue other interests and other band projects.
Records is an independent record label founded in 1995 specializing largely in releases by Canadian rock bands.
Also, in 2003
recorded "Make it wreck", a song with the contribution of the vocalist of Anti-Flag, Geovanny Duran (the vocalist of El Guato, a ska/punk Costa Rican band), and two more important punk rockers. In the spring of 2004,
toured the U.K.
All Hail Discordia is an album by the Canadian indie rock band By Divine Right, released on
/Nettwerk in 1997.
In the summer of 2001,
regrouped and began work on the album Fade To Bright, for Honest Don's Records. Fade To Bright was released in the Summer 2003, supported by a US tour. In the Fall of 2003, legendary punk rock drummer Mike Felumlee (Smoking Popes, Alkaline Trio) replaced Dan on drums, and
hit the road with The Ataris, Hopesfall, and Planes Mistaken for Stars.
The band was formed in 1989 by high school friends Contreras, drummer Mark Goldstein, bass guitarist Liz Teear and guitarist Steve Berman. They issued a number of independent releases before signing to
Records for their 1997 album "All Hail Discordia". This recording was re-released by
/Nettwerk. Bass guitarist Brendan Canning and guitarist Leslie Feist joined the band for their 1999 release "Bless This Mess". Canning and Feist later left the band, and have both been involved with Broken Social Scene.
is the eponymously titled debut studio album by the American punk rock band
. It was released on October 9, 1995, through Lookout! Records. The song "Social" was also used during the opening credits of the Kevin Smith film "Mallrats" (1995), which starred Jason Lee, Jeremy London, Ben Affleck, Claire Forlani and Shannon Doherty. The song "Make It Up" features a guest appearance by Mike Dirnt of Green Day on bass and backing vocals.
Shenanigans is the debut extended play by the American punk rock band
. It was released on June 9, 1995 through Lookout! Records. "Shenanigans" features slightly different versions of the songs "Social" and "Frederick's Frost", which later appeared on the group's debut studio album, "
". The version of "Social" on "Shenanigans" was used in the opening credits of the Kevin Smith film "Mallrats" in 1995.
As a composer, Giorgini has written songs primarily for his band
, but in addition has lent writing assistance to several bands he has produced. His songwriting work also appears in the films Mallrats (Gramercy Pictures) and Bubble Boy (Disney).
The band got a break when pop punk icon Ben Weasel of Screeching Weasel became a fan and used his connections to recruit Mass Giorgini of
to record the Smoking Popes' first LP, "Get Fired".
Lookout became famous for releasing albums that featured a very distinctive pop punk sound including bands such as Screeching Weasel, The Mr T Experience, The Queers, Crimpshrine, Green Day, Sweet Baby,
, The Wanna-Bes and others.
originally consisted of Mass Giorgini (Bass, Vocals), Matt Hart (Vocals, Guitar), Flav Giorgini (Guitar), and Dan Lumley (Drums), growing out of previous West Lafayette, IN bands Rattail Grenadier and Teeth and the Man.
Giorgini has played bass guitar, alto and tenor saxophones, and sung backing vocals for a number of punk rock bands including Screeching Weasel, Common Rider,
, Rattail Grenadier, The Mopes, Torture the Artist,and Sweet Black And Blue.
Michaels eventually resurfaced with a project band, Big Rig, which released a four-song EP titled "Expansive Heart". In 1999 he formed Common Rider, which included bassist Mass Giorgini (producer and bassist for
) and drummer Dan Lumley (of
and Screeching Weasel, among others). Common Rider released a seven-inch EP and two studio albums and toured nationwide before disbanding in 2003. B-sides from its second album "This Is Unity Music" were used in a split EP with the Florida skacore band Against All Authority.
More of Our Stupid Noise was a Canadian compilation album, originally released on
Records. It was subsequently rereleased in 1998 on Nettwerk with the title More of Our Stupid Noise '98, with an altered track order and a few different songs.
Alkaline Trio released their fifth studio album on Vagrant Records, titled "Crimson", on May 24, 2005, which featured the single "Time to Waste." The single for this song also included bonus tracks produced by
and Common Rider bassist Mass Giorgini. The tracks "Mercy Me" and "Burn" have also been released as singles from the album.
Lunar Landing Confirmed is a split 7" vinyl single by Canadian alternative rock band Poledo and Canadian singer-songwriter Hayden. It was released in 1996 on
Records. "Two Words" was recorded live at The Gas Station in Toronto, 29 April 1996 by Dale Morningstar. "I Wake Up with Me" was recorded by Hayden, with cymbals and shakers performed by Yael Staav.
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