Silver Daggers

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Silver Daggers
Origin Los Angeles, California, USA
Genres Synthpunk, electropunk, noise rock, noise punk, noise pop
Years active 2003 - 2012
Labels Load Records
Arbor CDR
Not Not Fun
Zum
Kill Shaman Records
Associated acts Mika Miko, No Age, Tearist, The Strange Boys, Soddamn Inssein, Dead Banana Ladies, Aye Aye Captain, Frequency, Herr K, Yr. Dreams, Complete Sentences, Kirby 5 (Drown Pattern
Past members WKSM- Vocals, synthesizers, trumpets, guitars, drums, drum machines
Jackson Baugh- Vocals, guitars, bass, bass guitars, drums, synthesizers
Jenna E. Thornhill- Vocals, saxophones
Steve Kim- Vocals, bass, bass guitars, whistles, noise instruments
Marcus Savino- Vocals, drums, drum machines

Silver Daggers are an American synthpunk/noise rock band formed in 2003. Known for combining intense, atonal music with post-apocalyptic political ideas,[1][2] they form part of the circle of musicians in close affiliation with The Smell.[3]

Discography[edit]

  • "Shearing Pinx/Silver Daggers" - Split 7" - Arbor CDR (2007)
  • "New High & Ord" - LP/CD - Load Records (2007)
  • "Siked Psych: Not Not Fun Gold" - CD compilation - Not Not Fun (2006)
  • "Arbor" - CDR compilation - Arbor CDR (2006)
  • "Bored Fortress" - Split 7" w/ Death Sentence: Panda - Not Not Fun (2006)
  • "Zum Audio Volume 3" - CD Compilation - Zum (2006)
  • "Sea & Sea Music Factory" - CS compilation - Not Not Fun (2005)
  • "Silver Daggers" - 7" EP - Not Not Fun (2005)
  • "Art School, No Bleed" - Live CDR - Self Released (2005)
  • "Pasado de Verga" - CS - Not Not Fun (2005)
  • "Silver Daggers/Blue Silk Sutures" - Split 7" - Kill Shaman Records (2005)
  • "A Tradition of Destroying the L.A. Times Building" - Live CDR - Self Released (2004)

Line up[edit]

Associated Acts[edit]

Mika Miko, No Age, Tearist, The Strange Boys, Soddamn Inssein, Dead Banana Ladies, Aye Aye Captain, Frequency, Herr K, Yr. Dreams, Complete Sentences, Kirby 5 (Drown Pattern)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Silver Daggers". Phoenix New Times. May 10, 2007. 
  2. ^ "The Silver Daggers: New High and Ord". Baltimore City Paper. 9 May 2007. 
  3. ^ "Listed: Silver Daggers + The Shining Path". Dusted Magazine. 

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