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The Dissociates

The Dissociates

The Dissociates


Dissociates are a four piece Post-Punk / Pop-Hardcore band from London consisting of Dan (Guitars & Vocals), Ned (Guitars & Backing Vocals), Gabriel (Bass) and Julian (Drums). They take their influence from DC Hardcore bands like Fugazi and Bluetip, old UK heroes like The Clash and the Jam, and new upstarts like Future Of The Left & Pulled Apart By Horses - all with a healthy dose of their London upbringing Their EP 'Drown This Town' was released by Safety Second Music in early 2012 to some critical success - notably PunkNews. Read more on Last.fm
Dissociates are a four piece Post-Punk / Pop-Hardcore band from London consisting of Dan (Guitars & Vocals), Ned (Guitars & Backing Vocals), Gabriel (Bass) and Julian (Drums). They take their influence from DC Hardcore bands like Fugazi and Bluetip, old UK heroes like The Clash and the Jam, and new upstarts like Future Of The Left & Pulled Apart By Horses - all with a healthy dose of their London upbringing Their EP 'Drown This Town' was released by Safety Second Music in early 2012 to some critical success - notably PunkNews.org and Subba-Cultcha - and is available now to stream on Spotify, or download from Bandcamp or iTunes. Formed in Hackney, East London, they have toured the UK and Germany several times and played with the likes of Joe Lally (Fugazi), Blag (The Dwarves), Lars Friedrickson (Rancid), Crazy Arm, King Blues, The Kominas, Capdown plus many many more. http://www.facebook.com/Dissociates http://dissociates.wordpress.com/ http://thedissociates.bandcamp.com/ 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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