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The band’s musical style is described as indie rock, with elements of post- punk, surf rock and janglepop. They cite influences such as David Bowie, Elvis Costello, Joy Division, Blur, Nirvana, Sonic Youth, Pixies, and Talking Heads.
The band started a cassette label called Gawk Records in 1991, in order to avoid financial pressure of signing to a record label and to foster a creative environment among musicians. They recorded demos and shared them online, eventually releasing their debut album, “A Brief History Of Everything”, independently in 1998.
In 2001, they signed with indie label Good Fight Music, where they remained until they left in 2006. Their next release was a split EP with fellow Massachusetts punk rockers Against Me!, titled “We’re Only Gonna Die Once”. This led to a deal with Fat Wreck Chords, where they released their final album, “This Is Our Punk Rock.”
McDonald later founded his own independent label, Hellcat Records, in 2012. He has stated that he wants Gawk Records to continue producing music, although it is unknown whether the label will still exist in some form.
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Discography Studio albums “Gawk” (2019)”Oulala” (2020)EPs”Shuffle” (2017)Singles”Acetone” (2017)Charting singles “Jam In The Van – Vundabar”(2018)Album appearances” Vundabar ” (2015)
– “Gawk” (2019)
– “Oulala” (2020)
– “Acetone” (2021)
– “Jam In The Van – vundabar” (2018)
– “Shuffle” (2017)”The Devil For The Fire” (2021)Other appearances”Time” (2022)
-“Shadowboxing” (2022)Credits and personnelPersonnel
– Kaye Palmedo – vocals, guitar, keyboards, programming, production