Miami's 20 Best Punk Bands of All Time
12. Kreamy 'lectric Santa
Supremely weird and buckling to no one, KLS ushered in the '90s for a generation of punkers who connected with their art/jazz/funk/space/punk racket. Fraught with personal tragedies and a revolving door of characters, KLS continue to this day in North Carolina releasing records and exploring the vast dimensions of sound with valves at the ready. You can help their violinist/vocalist/muse Priya Ray win a handicap accessible van by clicking here and voting for her.
11. The Stun Guns
Paul Lecours held the classic mystique of a malcontent: equal parts wizened college professor, distraught romantic poet and/or bank robber; there was always something fun and potentially criminal about the Stun Guns. With two 7"ers and an LP in which they take a dig at the Crumbs over who covered the Eat better made you wonder where the fantasy line was drawn with their enamoring of "wise guy" culture.
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