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    Wrong Track
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    Loud Noises for Terrible Times
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    Something I Can Do
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    Back Down
Resistors started in Brooklyn in 2012, when guitarist/vocalist Scott Wolff (Pumps, Bound and Buried, Moving Target) realized that he had a bunch of songs and no band, so he went into the studio to make a record on his own.
The result was a bit of a throwback to the 1990’s melodic punk scene he grew up in, and has been compared to Good Riddance, 88 Fingers Louie and Bad Religion, except without all of the success.
The band self-released Conditioned (2012) and Breaking Tradition (2013), and issued Drag on Aces and Eights Records in 2015. Resistors were also featured on the compilation for the documentary, A Fat Wreck, with their cover of the Good Riddance classic “Stand.”
To capitalize on the success of Drag, Resistors immediately returned to complete inactivity for about eighteen months. The band was essentially dead until election night in 2016, when they decided it was time to fire up the machine and try to make up some new songs, inspired by disbelief, anger and general resentment of the results.
Bummed out, Resistors released two EPs in early 2017, This Can't End Well, and Everything Is Cool, Dudes, and continue their attempt to rip it up.


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