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A refreshing throwback to the Twin Cities early punk scene that spawned the likes of Man Sized Action, Breaking Circus, Cows, and Rifle Sport, Street Hassle’s sound is straight-up adult urban angst, as fueled by singer James Ho’s poetic howlings and guitarist Tony Nelson’s slivery riffs. Formed in 1999 and just now hitting its stride, these guys are that rare live band that thrives on a mix of spontaneity, unpredictability, and raw expression that can provide heart-ripping catharsis and dreams of bloody mosh pits. Make no mistake: When they’re hitting on all cylinders, Street Hassle is as potent a rock band as this area has ever coughed up.
Jim sings & writes the words, Tony plays guitar & some other stuff, D.J. plays the bass, Buck plays guitar & sings backup, Mitch plays drums .