Dryw Keltz 7 p.m., Nov. 15
Claude Coma & the IVs
Sound description: The band played mean and economical pop-punk behind Coma’s weirdness.
RIYL: Rick Elias, the Puppies, Four Eyes, C.J. Hutton, DFX2, the Penetrators, NE1, the Zeros, the Ravens
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Inception: Lakeside, 1979
Influences: Dead Kennedys, Black Flag, Fear, the Ramones, the Sex Pistols
Formed in 1979, Claude Coma & the IVs included Claude Christensen (vocals, guitar), John Gunderson (bass), Don Story (guitar), David Davenport (keys), and Terry Micalizio (drums). After releasing an LP called Art From Sin, and a 7-inch with "Junkman" b/w "All Day Suckers," they split in the early 1980s.
The band played mean and economical pop-punk behind Coma’s weirdness: “I’m sick of the bus/I can’t take it no more/Let’s kill these people/What are they good for?”
Gunderson, Micalizio, and Story later founded the Ravens.
- Art From Sin