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Sinclaire

Sinclaire

Sinclaire


[source : RadioMOI] Emerging from the shackles of the London, ON hardcore scene in December of 1997, the original lineup included core members Ian Murray (vocals, guitar), Ryan Ford (guitar), Gregg Wolfe (bass) and featured Justin Wolfe, of ACACIA on drums. Immediately tagged as the band that the girlfriends of hardcore boys could go to a show and listen to, Sinclaire quickly found a solid fan base amongst both sweet young girls and sensitive, sweater-vest wearing lads alike. Read more on Last.fm
[source : RadioMOI] Emerging from the shackles of the London, ON hardcore scene in December of 1997, the original lineup included core members Ian Murray (vocals, guitar), Ryan Ford (guitar), Gregg Wolfe (bass) and featured Justin Wolfe, of ACACIA on drums. Immediately tagged as the band that the girlfriends of hardcore boys could go to a show and listen to, Sinclaire quickly found a solid fan base amongst both sweet young girls and sensitive, sweater-vest wearing lads alike. With Justin Wolfe replaced, four months later, by Mike Maxymuik (The Swarm, Acrid), the current Sinclaire lineup and sound began to take shape. Growing up quickly on the Southern Ontario hardcore circuit, it often seemed as if Sinclaire were the odd band out on most bills they appeared on; looks, however, can be more than a little deceiving.

Equally at home in front of Hardcore and Backpack kids alike, the band bent to the task of perfecting their live show and writing some incredibly catchy, not to mention incredibly good, songs. Entering the studio in July of 1998, Sinclaire released their self titled EP on Toronto's Leptis Magna label in December, 1998. Having shared the stage with the likes of Chixdiggit, The Promise Ring, Jimmy Eat World, Joan of Arc, Burning Airlines, Gameface, By A Thread and Les Savy Fav... Sinclaire continues to cross genre boundaries without a thought about what they're doing.

Simply put, kids love Sinclaire. You will too. 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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