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One Question Interviews: Chokecherry

Jon (Chokecherry)

SPB: How do you feel about the hyphenated genre terms that tend to be applied to your band?

Jon: Genre descriptions are fine because people obviously want to know what a band sounds like before they commit time or money to it. But especially in punk, all the sub-genres and sub-scenes can get a little cliquey and silly. We've always tried to book lots of mixed bill shows -- a pop-punk band with some noisy acoustic metal -- to shake things up a bit. Those are the funnest shows anyway. 

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Words by Loren on May 31, 2015, 12:26 a.m.

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