Hashish are an Argentinean power trio that reside in Buenos Aires. Since the year 2000 they have been performing their art, a fuzz chord joint, and sticky pop melodies, generating their own so-called genre known as PPC (Power Punk Caucasian or Simetric Punk). Hashish songs are performed in different languages. Mostly Spanish, Armenian and English. They are travelers/explorers by nature. Their main goal is to present an honest energy of universal, multi-cultural and original chaotic musical proposal everywhere in the world. Dr. Uchee - Guitars Vocals Mr. Levon - Drums Vocals Hermes-T - Bass Vocals HaShiSh on the Daily Sunday, Cali Hashish Punk, a trio of do-it-yourself musicians Liana Aghajanian 5/2/07 With their unique sound, energetic personalities and international appeal, Hashish Punk, hailing from Argentina, are trying to earn their place in the music industry. Performing in English, Spanish and Armenian, Juan Abajian, Levon Hassassian and Ernesto Vaneskeheian have been crunching out pop- and punk-rock inspired melodies since 2000. Their self-titled debut, which took them three years to release, has gained attention and attracted many fans on their MySpace music page, prompting the band to sell their albums on the Web site. Hashish Punk's appeal does not end at the Argentinean border. They mix their Argentinean upbringing with their Armenian roots and influences like Green Day and the Ramones. 'My Hashish,' in which they sing, 'Yes eem Hayasdaneen, amen eench seeretzee/Yerp beedee veratarnam Mayr Hayrenik,' translates to 'I have loved everything about my Armenia. When will I return to the motherland?' Hashish Punk's sound takes a lot of getting used to, though this is not necessarily their downfall. With the highly potent and infectious sound and their use of such instruments as the accordion on tracks like 'Iabbarah,' this power trio's freshman effort will make you want to dance like no one is watching, even if you don't necessarily understand the lyrics.