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Sixty Nine Apple Recordings

The Nerve Scheme


     The band has been around in one form or another since the 90's, and with it's current incarnation they have managed to rise above the underground in which they have thrived.
   The band mixes up a unique blend of mid 80's era punk rock with a style all their own although but with a sort of pop punk familiarity. One minute you could listening to an alcohol fueled hardcore song, and the next singing along to songs that will be stuck in your head all week.

The Nerve Scheme have toured with and supported such acts as "The Independents", "The Queers", "Agent Orange", NOFX" , "Reverand Horton Heat", Teenage Bottlerocket and many, many more.

Keep an ear out for their track "Not Sorry" and Lovey Dovey currently in rotation on both college and mainstream F.M stations.

The bands current self titled demo release is now out of print, having sold through the first pressing, with no plans to repress.

The band has a 5 song 7" and cd release scheduled for February,  available via mailorder in Jan,  and  will be shortly followed by a second 7" E.P release, and finally will be releasing their full length label debut later on in summer 2010 on their record labels new imprint label "Sixty Nine Apple Recordings." The vinyl only audiophile sub label of Jailhouse.

    Having already embarked on several tours of the east coast and Midwest, the band is gathering a large fan base across the region and is spreading unique blend of catchy pop punk, three chord anthems and body odor.
   You can pre-order their new 7" on the merch page, and get yours one month before the street date!



Shove: 180 gram audiophile vinyl release

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