Birthed in the garage rock revival of the 1980’s and weened in the punk and grunge scenes of the 1990’s, the Dwarves continue to entertain, shock and mystify audiences all over the world with groundbreaking records and chaotic live performances spanning four decades.

Coming to prominence as one of Sub/Pop’s first signings the Dwarves reputation for onstage madness earned the respect of grunge era crowds and the shock and awe of their peers.

Between 1983-1993 they played with many of the most popular bands of the era including the Cramps, Nirvana, Green Day, the Minutemen and the Offspring to name a few. 1990’s Blood Guts & Pussy LP with its no nonsense punk rock and disturbing cover art helped to awaken a nation anaesthetized by hair metal and flannel. The LP’s Thank Heaven For Little Girls (1991) and Sugarfix (1993) solidified the basic lineup of vocalist Blag Jesus, bassist Sgt. Saltpeter and drummer Vadge Moore.

Following the death of guitarist HeW hoCanNotBeNamed the Dwarves made singles for Recess and Man’s Ruin, then signed to Epitaph and proceeded to do for pop-punk what they had done for grunge and garage, making The Dwarves Are Young & Good Looking (1997) and The Dwarves Come Clean (2000) definitive LPs of the skateboard punk era.

By the turn of the century the Dwarves had toured Europe, Canada and the US extensively as well as Japan and Australia Appearances on television and radio and dozens of song placements in film and TV solidified their legendary status. In 2005 The Dwarves Must Die (Sympathy) was hailed as their most eclectic album vet with producer Eric Valentine and a cast