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Album Review

The Warmers sport some semi-impressive indie and D.C.-hardcore pedigrees, mainly in the presence of Alec Mackaye (Ignition, Faith) and the more recognizable Ian Mackaye producing. These pedigrees are well lived up to on the band's self-titled LP, which strips down the sound of hardcore into a muscular minimalism that casts off the scene's frantic energy and bombast in favor of solid and appealing indie — many of the tracks on Warmers wind up reaching back to the punk and post-punk influences that lies behind both the indie and hardcore scenes, meaning the best sonic reference for the band would be something along the lines of Gang of Four. It's a solid and impressive sound, and this is a solid, impressive, and frequently amazing album.


Formed: July, 1994 in Washington DC

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s

The Warmers, a jagged and minimalist post-hardcore band from Washington, D.C., lasted over three years but only released one full-length album before splitting. The band – guitarist/vocalist Alec MacKaye, bassist/vocalist Juan Luis Carrera, drummer Amy Farina – already had established themselves as valued members of D.C.'s close-knit music scene prior to forming in 1994. MacKaye was in Faith, Ignition, and Untouchables, and helped build D.C.'s hardcore punk scene in the early ‘80s with his brother...
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