Tag: Platoon 1107
August 27, 2018
April 11, 2017
Today is the release of Jimmy Sisco’s contribution to the 3 Song Acoustic EP series. As the singer/guitarist/songwriter for ABSOLVED and Platoon 1107, Jimmy has released some of the biggest, most aggressive music on Thumper Punk Records. For his 3 Song Acoustic EP, the music is delicate, balanced and soulful, with one track of 70s era folk and two readings of Old Testament scripture over ambient backgrounds. The first song “Son of the Wind” was written by country-western artist Jim Sisco, Sr.,… Continued →
January 2, 2017
Thumper Punk Records has announced their releases and new bands for first part of 2017. First up on January 26th is the first ep is a 3 ep series of acoustic songs is Sef Idle (False Idle) and his contribution that will please fans of Green Day “Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)”, Tony Sly, Joey Cape, and Brian Fallon. Next up with be the acoustic offering from Lupe Gtrz of The Lonely Revolts, and then finally an ep from Jimmy Sisco of Platoon 1107.… Continued →
November 8, 2016
Thumper Punk Records is pleased to announce the first three releases in the “3 Song Acoustic” series. The first releases are Sef Idle from False Idle (January 2017), Lupe Gtrz from The Lonely Revolts (February 2017), and Jimmy Sisco from Platoon 1107 (March 2017). Each release will be available as a digital download and on limited edition 7” vinyl. The “3 Song Acoustic” project features solo releases from artists and friends who have made contributions to the JCHC scene.… Continued →
September 16, 2013
Platoon 1107 (Jimmy Sisco of Absolved/Lights to Lights) has just posted a lyric video for the song “First to Fight” over on YouTube. The video is generating a ton of comments both positive and negative. It has been viewed almost 11,000 times since September 9th! Listen to the “Vet Punk” song below. Patriotic American Punk. Feel free to comment with your thoughts as well.… Continued →
August 20, 2013
Rough, raw, meaty punk.
October 31, 2012
The Patriotic Punk debut and solo project of Jimmy Sisco (Absolved, Of Puritans And Lepers, ex-Nomad) in honor of the men and women who serve in any capacity for the United States military.