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Selby Tigers go back to the rookie days of punk rock when glitter and razor blades were a common stage prop. Not that these Minneapolis natives are repeating the past mistakes of the New York Dolls or the Dead Boys, but rather focusing on the striped-down rock & roll that made their influences famous. Adding the pop sensibilities of the Buzzcocks and the dual male/female vocals between Nathan (slightly robotic) and Arzu D2 (raspy enough to resemble Muffs vocalist Kim Shattuck), Charm City doesn't exactly pack a rock & roll wallop. At the same time, it's great to hear that along with fellow Minnesotans the Dillinger Four, Hopeless Records aren't continually putting out the same album of melodic-Ramones-influenced-pop-punk-ska.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The band name that the St. Paul, MN, neo-punk quartet the Selby Tigers adopted is an amalgam; a nod to their hometown turf on Selby Avenue, a high-school team mascot, and the aegis of a rebel army. The wildly disparate influences acknowledged in their chosen title are reconciled in their music -- an angst-driven, sociopolitical stew of bratty teenage vocals, snarling guitars, and a thick-necked rhythm section. After a number of years playing in good bands (Lefty Lucy, Arm,) that, for one reason or...
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