Shiner was the first band to be released on the greatly important B.C. label Slow to Burn Records. Dave Brown who ran the label played in the band. This was B.C. emo in the early 90s and it was damn good. A lot more like the mid-west emo that would become huge a year or two later. Their 7″ “Slightly Polished” sold out quite fast, and it was repressed on cassette tape. To be honest, I don’t know anything else about the band but what I could find online. If anyone knows of any other material recorded they had or other releases, I would be thrilled to hear them!

Shiner – Slightly Polished

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  • You know who I’ve been looking for, Gym Class Joke. From Canada and an amazing pop punk band. Didn’t they go on to be in The Pettit Project?

  • thanks man! id love to do an interview for Slow to Burn!

  • ianvision

    It’s the same Dave. he used to live in Halifax…i’ll try to get in touch with him.