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The Now

Powered by Audioscrobbler™1) The Now were an excellent DIY punk band from Peterborough, England, and they released two now highly-sought after 7" records, the first self-released in 1977 and the second issued in 1979 on the esteemed Raw label.
members included Mike McGuire, Steve Rolls, Allen Adams, Giz Butt, Faz Farrow & Joe McColl
Mike McGuire & Steve Rolls formed Sudden Sway after The Now, Allen Adams joined Destructors,as did Steve Rolls and Giz Butt (who later joined The Prodigy). Joe McColl was later in The Name.

2) THE NOW UK are a three piece underground indie rock band from Harrow, NW London UK...

Serling records is their own label set up for future experimental releases. Their debut 7" vinyl single 'Guitars Kill Cowell/ Peyote Highway' is now available to buy at rough trade: http://www.roughtrade.com/site/shop_detail.lasso?search_type=sku&sku=293803

3) The Now was a screamo band from NJ/PA. The band had one sole release, which was a self-titled EP comprised of 6 songs spanning 11 minutes. It was originally released on Robotic Empire. It was released both as a CD EP (twice, the second having bonus material on the flipside of the disc), as well as a one-sided screen printed picture disc LP (out of 333). It was later repressed by Ohnono! as a one-sided LP.

The band was comprised of ex, and current members of Hot Cross, A Life Once Lost, Welcome The Plague Year, Neil Perry, Joshua Fit For Battle, etc. So, if you know those bands, you'll know what to expect from them.

Though they only had one release, they have somewhat of a cult following, even within the underground scene. Good luck trying to find their releases! Robotic Empire was going to repress the EP, but that is looking doubtful at the moment. Keep your fingers crossed!

You can download all of their material for free from http://roboticobscurities.blogspot.com/

4) Slovak punk rock band.

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