The A.K.A.s

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The A.K.A.s
Origin Philadelphia, USA
Genres Dance-rock, indie rock
Years active 2003 – present
Labels Fueled by Ramen
Metropolis Records
Asian Man Records
Associated acts Melissa Cross
Jello Biafra
Brother's Keeper
Website www.theakas.com
Members Mike Ski
Josie Outlaw
Nick Carlisi
Chachi Darin
Michael Camino

The A.K.A.s, a.k.a. The A.K.A.s (Are Everywhere!) is a band that emerged from New York City and later relocated to Philadelphia, PA. They call their music "dancehall fight music"[1] They released their debut album "White Doves & Smoking Guns" on Fueled by Ramen's record label. The second album, "Everybody Make Some Noise!" was released March 18, 2008 on Metropolis Records.

Vocalist Mike Ski and keyboardist Josie Outlaw also make an appearance on Melissa Cross's instruction DVD, the Zen of Screaming.
The A.K.A.s also appear on Asian Man Records's Plea For Peace, Vol. 2 compilation CD with Confessions of a Dangerous mouth.

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Discography[edit]

Date of release Title Record label
September 9, 2003 White Doves & Smoking Guns[2] Fueled by Ramen
March 18, 2008 Everybody Make Some Noise! Metropolis Records
June 25, 2009 Animal Summer[3] Paper + Plastick

References[edit]

  1. ^ The A.K.A.s (Are Everywhere!)
  2. ^ Discography on The A.K.A.s official website
  3. ^ [1]

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