John Dwyer (musician)
|Born||October 3, 1974|
|Origin||Providence, Rhode Island, United States|
|Genres||Garage rock, psychedelic rock, noise rock, punk rock, alternative rock, art punk, post-punk, experimental|
|Occupation(s)||Musician, songwriter, producer|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, bass guitar, drums, keyboards, flute|
|Labels||Castle Face Records, In The Red Records, Load Records, Narnack Records|
|Associated acts||Thee Oh Sees, Coachwhips, The Hospitals, Pink and Brown, Damaged Bug, The Netmen|
John Dwyer (born October 3, 1974) is an American musician and visual artist currently based in Los Angeles, California, formerly based in San Francisco, California, and originally from Providence, Rhode Island.
He has been in and fronted several underground American bands since 1997. He currently fronts and plays guitar for Thee Oh Sees, which originally started as a way for him to release his solo home recordings but has since evolved into a full band. He is also known for his membership in the bands Coachwhips and Pink and Brown, among others.
In 2003, John Dwyer founded Castle Face Records with Brian Lee Hughes, and Matt Jones.
- Pink and Brown (1997–2003)
- The Netmen (with Brian Gibson of Lightning Bolt)
- Dig That Body Up, It's Alive
- Revenge SF (aka Revenge)
- Sword and Sandals
- Coachwhips (2001–2005)
- The Hospitals
- Zeigenbock Kopf
- The Drums (from San Francisco, not to be confused with the Drums from Brooklyn)
- Thee Oh Sees (formerly The Ohsees, OCS, Orange County Sound, Orinoka Crash Suite)
- Damaged Bug