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Saturday, January 4, 2014

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Saturday, July 13, 2013

PunkrPrincess interview with Noless of United Defiance!

1.Tell us about Noless and what your current projects are!

Well, the name Noless was a tag name from when I was young and was a vandal hahahaha, I kept the name when I started promoting bands about 19 years 
ago, passing out flyers for the local bands and going to random shows just for the sake of seeing live music. I started to fall in love with the
idea of helping bands, booking shows and to this day never collecting for myself from the door, just working my ass off to make sure bands have 
places to play and good shows to play as well.
 I did not start playing in bands until I was 17. I played drums For a band called the Deficient and we did some cool things,
played some really cool spots and had some great times but being young, stupid and an affinity for drugs called for an end to that band.
 Other bands I have played for are: Own the world(OTW)(Kyle Hord, Robert Smith and Adrian piaz), The Need(DB, Rich Brown, Chris Garcia)
 and of course War of Aggression.(DB, Rich Brown, Mr.Face, Dave Radio) Most of my energy in the last 8 years has been put into United Defiance.
2. Why are you no longer with War of Aggression ?
War of Aggression was a side prject of United Defiance, when United Defiance went on hiatus we started to push WOA harder, we had some fun shows
But, all in all, my heart was not into playing drums anymore, I felt that I had reached my peak of drumming and was not getting any better 
so it was not that much fun for me. Don't get me wrong I loved playing in the band with those guys and I see them as family but overall 
I just was not into it anymore. But if they wanted to get together and play a couple shows I would be down.

3. When did United Defiance start?
United Defiance started in 2005,myself and Rich Brown started jamming and writing songs.I was originally on drums, 
Very soon after Rich made the suggestion for me to switch to guitar so I did, about 6 months later we were trying out a drummer....He was really not that good 
at drums but turned out he was an awesome bass player, that is When Dave Brown(DB) entered the picture. 
Next to join was drummer Joe Lujan, our first show was in mid 2006. We played some amazing shows for the next 4 years
then took a 2 year hiatus. I was not done with this band so I took some advice from some friends that said "do what YOU want to do"(DB),
"If you want it, do whatever you have to do and do it" (Ryan Banks-Civil War Rust)
we have refromed with two new members Robert Smith(OTW) on bass and Danny Tuggle on drums and we are bringing it more intense then ever.

4. United Defiance is going on tour soon and will be playing San Diego's Till 2 Club for my Birthday Bash what other shows 
are lined up for tour?
We are very excited to be coming to So. Cal. we will be playing August 16th at Til Two, the next night in La Habra at La Habra 300 and
then August 18th at Yosemite Lanes in Modesto, Ca.

5. Other then being on Whatever68 Radios comp #2 to be released 8/17 is United Defiance on any other comps or labels? 

We have been on a couple comps we were on the Nor-Cal Will Destroy You comp, and a couple comps from the UK, I forget the names of them.
as far as labels we are very much D.I.Y and we definitly do it ourselves, I am talking sitting a computer desk for all hours of the night
after working full time jobs, burning cd's, printing labels, going out to pass out flyers, booking shows, promoting us and our fellow bands

6. Who has been your influences in your musical adventures? 
My influences are all over the place, I listen to everthing from punk to metal all the way to opera.
I could sit here and name every huge punk band (bad religion, Nofx, Op Ivy, Etc....) that has influenced me
but who really moves me, who really makes me want to grab my guitar and play is D.I.Y bands, locals that see no compitition but that just
want to play for the sake of playing. I went though a phaze recently of not wanting to play at all anymore......
3 bands Changed that for me and I can't thank them enough so I want to thank Bum City Saints, Bloodshot and Dilated and Heroes at Gunpoint.
I also need to thank my Little brother Estebo estes, he has pushed me and done so much for me I felt I owed to him not to just hang it up.
I am also very fortunate to have a wife and kids that support me endlessly in my music. (my daughter thinks I am a rock star hahahahaha)
and if I am to her, that works for me. I am also pushed by my best friend DB who while under the influence has influenced me, my music and my life.
and last but not least Robert Smith, Rich Brown, Danny Tuggle, Todd Lewis, Johnathan Marshall, George Spooner, who have helped me keep 
my head up and just keep moving forward. All of this is what pushes and fuels my "musical adventures"
I try and take a little something from every situation and experience.

7. Any favorite bands you like to jam with?
I will play with anyone metal,punk,rock, acoustic it does not matter lets just get together drink some beer and play some music,

8. What venues you like the most?
I have not got to travel as much as I would like but the venues that I have gotten to play: Slim's in San Francisco, The Red hat in Concord Ca,
I will always have a weak spot for 924 Gilman st in Berkeley Ca, Whiskey Dick's in Lake Tahoe is an awesome spot as well. Every show is different,
some people like the ones I like and some bands say they will never play there. Everyone has different experiences.

9. Who are your favorite DIY bands? 

 Some of my favorite shows that I have been lucky to be apart of included: Rivals, Six Gun Saints, Heroes at gunpoint, Bloodshot and Dilated,
Bum city Saints, Damaura, JDB, The Barfly effect, Strung out, D.I, 7 seconds, Civil War Rust, Harrington Saints, Falcon A, Fukm, 
Pour Habit, 3 up Front, Agent Orange, Cheapskate, Kevin Seconds(solo), Brian Hanover(solo) I have gotten to share the stage with alot of bands but all
 of these bands have left an impact on me and made every show so much fun by just being awesome people and amazing bands.

10. Question from Punkrock Woodstock.... What do you think your music brings to people listening? 

One of the best compliments we ever received was "You guys reminded me of why I started listening to Punk"
I am not trying to do anything different then what has been done for the last 30 years, it is awesome that
the stories in my songs have something someone else can relate to. With United Defiance we want to remind people of why we used to beg for 
rides to go to shows, why we go out and pass out flyers by hand, why we support all of our fellow bands touring around and spending their hard earned 
money to bring you a bad ass show and that there is no competition between bands and support is still out there. "United We Sing"

11. Tell the readers where they can find you and hear all your work( please include links) 

you can find my solo stuff, United Defiance and even War of Aggression free for download, as well as some other pages I work for


Thank you for having me, now go out to a show and support local music.

United Defiance

Friday, July 12, 2013


THEIR LAST SHOW is on the 27th at Rock n Blues biker fest.


Members: Woodstock / Vocals+Sexy Guitar / Rich / Drums / Stu / Bass+backing Grunts // Moose / Elk Guitar
Sounds Like: The Ramones, Motörhead, Anti-Nowhere League, The Pogues
Label: Poo on a Stick - Destruction Days
Manager: P.O.D


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Sunday, March 4, 2012

Dead Aces-Troy NY

Dead Aces
Current location: Troy NY
Reviewed by: Lisa/PunkrPrincess

Dead Aces is John Lee bass/Vox, Scotty Punk Rock Guitars/Vox, Ryan Downey/Drums
They have all be playing together since 2001, Dead Aces started in 2007 out of necessity their scene was stagnant and the bands that did play seemed disinterested in what they were doing the guys in the band were also bored with what they were doing at the time.
They had a bit more to say and knew how they could say it better and bringing back a reality and positive but a mischievous type effect to their scene was always on their minds!
Their three favorite bands to jam out with are The New Red Scare, Slaughter House Chorus & Neutron Rats they enjoy these bands as they push them when they perform.
Their favorite local venue to play is Valentines!
Dead Aces have had many influences some are The Ramones, Motorhead, The Clash, Hudson Falcons, The Forgotten, F-Minus, Toxic Narcotic, Lower Class Brats, Johnny Cash, The Queers, Chuck Berry, Little Richard, Link Wray, The Business, Sick of it All, H2o, Agnostic Front, Black flag, Blanks 77, Caustic Christ, Mighty Mighty Bosstones,
 early Dropkick Murphy's, The Damned and US. Bombs plus many more.
They plan to continue doing what they have been branching out more and more, writing more songs that include more of their influences. They try to write each song differently as it gets boring for them to play the same song every night they also enjoy that that they are not stuck in one style, and are happy that they continue to meet new people and play new venues.
Dead Aces first songs they ever wrote together are reflections of their actual life experiences there are a few embellishments here and there however all true!
Another Day this song ROCKS and is about making it through a bad day as there is always another day ahead!

Contact info: https://www.facebook.com/DeadAces
John Lee email

Dogz on Parole Houston, Texas

Dogz on Parole
Houston, Texas

Dogz on Parole are: Rocker Jones - Lead Vocals / Guitar, Juice - Lead Guitar / Background Vocals, Tifferz - Bass / Background Vocals, Mister Insane - Drums

Dogz on Parole started in 2008 when Rocker had ran into Tifferz they had met a few years back in the studio where they have their rehearsal room they were trying to get a bird out of the building this was before Tifferz was doing anything professional with the Roller Derby he had told her he thought the stars on her helmet were cool asked if she was still playing bass and told her he needed a bass player for a project he was trying to get together gave her his number, however it took Tifferz 3 days to call him she thought he was hitting on her.
Tifferz went to the empty rehearsal room that only had a guitar and amp Rocker played a riff she followed along, and it worked perfect! Rocker and Juice had worked together doing valet parking at a venue. After a few years and different member changes the drummer who was in the band at the time was suddenly hit by a train in downtown Houston while the band was hanging out he was killed instantly, the train passed and there standing on the corner was Mister Insane they thought he looked like a drummer so they asked him to join the band, although it was later revealed that Mister Insane posted an ad on Craigslist after being absent from the music biz for over 20 years.
Their favorite local venue is Rudyards British however they appreciate any venue that doesn't treat bands like shit and pays.
They really enjoy jamming with Penny Arcade, Zipperneck & The Freakouts, however they believe in helping other bands out and that also draws them closer to certain bands that like to do the same. They say Do onto other as you would like done unto you and are tired of it all being treated like they are all each other’s competition.
2012 will be the year of they Dogz. They will be playing shows extensively to promoting their debut CD Confinement.
You can purchase the CD at Dogz on Parole Store also can be found at MP3s tomorrow at Amazon, Zune, Emusic, Napster, GreatIndieMusic, Last.fm, MySpace Music, 24-7, Simfy, Rumblefish, Rhapsody, Nokia, Tradebit, MediaNet CDs are only $10

They say since Technology has caught up and put the power in the hands of the bands they are able to finance and distribute their own CD, merchandise and do everything on their own. Mister Insane believes that record labels are dying off and that allows them to keep the money they make and put back into the band to be able to entertain the fans even more instead of having to give 90% of sales to a record label!
Dogz on Parole have many influences all over and in music genres and many of them they say wouldn’t normally fit into the music that comes out when they get together, seems to them it’s some sort of secret recipe or secret sauce it all blends together and creates something that normally wouldn’t be without diversity.
These influences are Sex Pistols, Ramones, Hanoi Rocks, Michael Monroe, Pretty Boy Floyd, Peppermint Creeps.

These songs ROCK!
L.A - Is about California and the over taxation, corrupt government, outrageous prices and some of the fake people that live there.
Lonely - It's a love song silly! NOT!
Fallen - Sometimes you think you are going to get away with something, but sometimes you're only fooling yourself. The end is based on
The 1970's film Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry which ends with a high-speed car chase and crash into a train just went they think they outran the police and got away with all the money. Video can be seen here; Link
Harder - Is about the corrupt system / government and how things are only getting harder to make a living. The more we make the more it's taken away and spent on shit.
Stay strong! Things are always looking up from the bottom of the hole you fell in!

Current Record Label: MonkeyDog Music

Year of the Dogz Tour confirmed dates
12/31 - San Antonio @ NightRocker Live! Punk Art & Music Fest 2011
02/11 - Austin Punx Picnic ATX 2012 @ The Music Ranch
03/03 - Houston - CD Release Party @ Rudyard's British Pub
03/08 - Austin @ Headhunter's
04/07 - San Antonio @ Bond's 007 Rock Bar
07/07 - Pasadena @ Pasadena Convention Center / South Side Roller Derby
06/16 - Crosby, Tx @ Cecil's Backyard Waterpark
Dogz on Parole Contact info
Twitter: @DogzOnParole

Friday, March 2, 2012

Vividly Dim New York, New York By Lisa/PunkrPrincess

Vividly Dim
New York, New York
By Lisa/PunkrPrincess

Vividly Dim is: Chasidy Ryan–Vox ,Jonni Stevens–Guitar,Don Roman–Bass & Jayde–Drums

Vividly Dim started in 2007 as an acoustic act, in 2008 Don and Jayde joined the band, they had all played together in a previous band called “Pariyah” they are really good friends and understand each other musically.
The Band is planning their first summer tour they will be heading to Jersey and Philly.
They have also joined UMC Punk Invasion tour some of the cities scheduled are: NYC, Pittsburgh and Chicago. They also plan to hit the West Coast as they have several fans there!
They prefer to play the smaller venues as the crowds participate more, their favorite local venue by far is the “Trash Bar” they also enjoy playing at  “Goodbye Blue Monday”
They have played with bands such as Antonio Longo (Formerly of Taking Back Sunday)
Shiragirl, and Awake At Last.
For now they are just taking one day at a time continuing to work hard and create and they have several things in the works.
Vividly Dim can be heard on PoDunk’s regular rotation and on our soon to be released
PoDunk Radio Punk Rock Vol.1 Comp. The songs they have added to the comp are “See Punk Run” which will be on their upcoming album “Wasteland Paradise.” It’s fun and pure blitz. The fans can’t get enough of it!

Contact Info:
        Vividly Dim Music
     EPK: http://vividlydimmusic.wordpress.com/

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Rex 84 Princeton, KY

Rex 84
 Princeton, KY
Reviewed by: Lisa/PunkrPrincess

Rex 84 started in early 2011 with Stevie having the concept, name and songs.
He started jamming with the previous members Carl Martin on bass and J.P Marcum on vocals, both currently in “Subdued Animosity” Stevie on guitar and drums they then made Rex 84’s first CD “Declaration of Intent” under Overlook Recordings.
They have re-shuffled the band and currently Chris Perkins has taken over as drummer and Stevie is singing and playing guitar.
Rex 84 has been influences by metal, punk, hardcore punk, solid rock, any and all bad asses that taught them to think and be true to themselves
The Band enjoys jamming out with Purchase Orphan Choir, Shark Week, Teenage Rehab, and of course Coffin Flag!
The like to play venues in Paducah, KY. They have shown them more love than most cities locally.
Rex 84 currently has a few songs on PoDunk Radio regular rotation and our DJ’s are playing them often on their shows. Stevie writes most of the songs as well as being the musical source in the band, the songs tend to deal with alienation, violence, and the dark matters of life. They also have a song on PoDunk Radio Punk Rock Vol.1 Comp the song “States of Fear” is about the way people in power throughout history use fear to control the masses.
Rex 84 is open to any type of tours and currently lining up shows.

You can visit Rex 84 at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rex-84/115897368482857
Contact info: rex84music@yahoo.com or 270-601-0115

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Andy Warstar Current Location: Talent, Oregon Reviewed by: Lisa/PunkrPrincess

Andy Warstar
Current Location: Talent, Oregon
Reviewed by: Lisa/PunkrPrincess

Andy has been playing music most his life starting as a kid banging pots and pans in his mom’s kitchen.
He played percussion in grade school band class, the drums in middle school when was in the eighth grade his mom bought him an electric guitar he hadn’t taken lessons and played a lot of grunge during this time.
In1990 Andy started writing and playing his own punk songs after taking band class at Canby Union High School. He started his first Punk Band a year later “1991” he had another band in 1992 six years later “1998” he brought us The Warstars, he started his solo career in 2006 and officially launched Andy Warstar in 2007 when he was on tour in Australia.
Andy is currently working on his own however he is always looking for new Warstars to jam with, he has been looking for new members all around by advertising on Craig’s list and browsing Gumtree he would like to regroup Warstars and take to the level of
Nirvana “Nevermind” or Sex Pistols “Nevermind The Bullocks” he says if it turns out to be “The Bob Dylan of our generation” that is fine too!
Andy just released a double album for 2012 the first half was recorded in four days over a two week period, the recording took place at his ex bass player’s house where he has a studio set up they had a falling out on the last day of recording, he thought the songs sounded really good and the sound quality was amazing the songs “Queen of Extreme II” and “The Occupation” blew his mind.
Andy used most of those recordings for the first half of the album.
The second half of the album is complied from first, second and fourth days of recording there are a few new songs on disc two and the alternative takes him back to his old standards, there are also a couple songs on disc two that were spliced together from a couple different takes those songs are
“House Of the Rising Sun” & “For My Brother”
 The song “For My Brother” is about people ignoring the Plight of others especially the homeless as there have been times he had nowhere to go and was turned away by some of his best friends, usually when Andy has no money to give he likes to give good advise.

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Dogz on Parole will see ya'll on Saturday 5:40PM on The Ranch Stage!
http://Facebook.com/DogzOnParole or http://DogzOnParole.com/

Now accepting pre-orders of the debut CD http://DogzOnParole.com/store/ $10 w/ 12 tracks!

02/11 - Austin - Punx Picnic ATX 2012 @ The Music Ranch
03/03 - Houston - CD Release Party @ Rudyard's British Pub
03/08 - Austin @ Headhunter's
04/07 - San Antonio @ Bond's 007 Rock Bar
07/07 - Pasadena @ Pasadena Convention Center / South Side Roller Derby
06/16 - Crosby, Tx @ Cecil's Backyard Waterpark

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

PoDunk Radio: The Last Years - San Deigo Punk

PoDunk Radio: The Last Years - San Deigo Punk: The Last years San Diego CA The Band started in 2010 with Steve Baeza-Guitar,backing Vox John Thompson-Lead Singer Vict...

PoDunk Radio: The Last Years - San Deigo Punk

PoDunk Radio: The Last Years - San Deigo Punk: The Last years San Diego CA The Band started in 2010 with Steve Baeza-Guitar,backing Vox John Thompson-Lead Singer Vict...