Taking their own quirk of experimental, indie noise, San Francisco's Porch advantage their background angst of growing up while being taunted by the neighborhood bullies and took it out on their instruments. With each member being an alumni of other underground heroes (guitarist/ vocalist Todd Hutch was part of the original Primus, drummer David Ayer beat it for Samiam while bassist Chris Frey moved from Today Is The Day and his Mid-West contacts), Porch's impressive background lead them to some local press and a deal with Jello Biafra's label Alternative Tentacles Records. With a self-titled EP in 1993, Mammoth Records came through and put out their full-length the following year, appropriately titled "Porch." (Allmusic.com)
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