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Servo

Servo

Servo


There is more than one artist named Servo: 1) A pop-punk band from the UK. 2) An electronic punk project from New Zealand. 3) A rock 'n roll pop-core group from France. 1) Servo, UK. Brought on together while under the inspiration of Leatherface, Snuff, Hüsker Dü, and Sugar, Servo serviced the U.K. with their own brand of female fronted, loose pop-punk. Consisting of singer/guitarist Carolyn, drummer Jamie, bassist Steve, and other guitarist Andy Read more on Last.fm
There is more than one artist named Servo: 1) A pop-punk band from the UK. 2) An electronic punk project from New Zealand. 3) A rock 'n roll pop-core group from France. 1) Servo, UK. Brought on together while under the inspiration of Leatherface, Snuff, Hüsker Dü, and Sugar, Servo serviced the U.K. with their own brand of female fronted, loose pop-punk. Consisting of singer/guitarist Carolyn, drummer Jamie, bassist Steve, and other guitarist Andy, Crackle Records immediately fell in love with the band after hearing their first six-song demo entitled Blueprint. The label re-released the demo on a 7" format in July of 1998 before putting out their first full-length, Everything's Difficult, in 1999. 2) Servo, New Zealand.

Servo is the solo project of Alec Withers (Big Blue Blanket, Tempo 38) which is basically your modern day MC act minus the DJ and the sponsored ‘Bling’. MC service deals in 80’s style drum beats, synth-bass with rap delivered punk rock style vocals. Along with these wandering labels Servo has also been dubbed ‘The Hardcore of Hip Hop’ or ‘Scum Hop’ which is actually bullshit. – www.hityourheadmusic.tk Discography: Ron Giorgi Park (Album, 2005 Hit Your Head Music) Lock, Stock & Barrel (Single, 2005 Hit Your Head Music) Servo: Alec Withers (Servo) - Vocals, Programming Khan Ratima (K1) - Guest MC Greg McColl (The GiSM) - Guitar 3) Servo, France Derived from the 90’s Hardcore scene, the trio has evolved crazy over her four albums, playing divisions and stereotypes, drawing from the source energy Rock n ‘Roll that feeds all its original hyper -active stage performances.

But engaged in a playful way, SERVO has invented a language familiar to many, a kind of slang electric impertinent verbal abuse in the country of the noise. A refreshing freedom of expression that propels them beyond Rock supersonic their vicious and subversive Pop Punk-Hardcore or inherited the beginning. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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