Pulley is an American punk rock band from Simi Valley, California. Pulley plays fast and powerful music (Working Class Whore, Bad Reputation ...) or more slow-punk (Insects Destroy ...).
The band is in 1996 after the departure of Scott Radinsky from Ten Foot Pole, who wanted to recruit a full-time singer dedicated to music. Radinsky is a former Ten Foot Pole singer and baseball star: He played eleven years in MLB with the Chicago White Sox, the Cleveland Indians, the Los Angeles Dodgers and the St. Louis Cardinals, from 1990 to 1993, and from 1995 to 2001. Pulley's initial training includes Jordan Burns (Strung Out drummer), guitarist Jim Cherry (former Strung Out bassist), guitarist Mike Harder, and former Face to Face bassist Matt Riddle. Pulley's first album, Esteem Driven Engine, was released in 1996 on Epitaph Records. Riddle then joins full-time No Use for a Name and is replaced by Tyler Rebbe. Suites include 60 Cycle Hum (1997), @! * (1999), Together Against the First Time (2001), and Matters (2004). On July 30, 2008, Pulley announced a sequel to the EP Matters, entitled Time-Insensitive Material, published on March 24, 2009 on the band's own label, X-Members.
In December 2010, Pulley announced his studio debut in January 2011 to record a new album with producer Matt Hyde. this period, nothing is said on the label to which the album will be published, or if it will be self-published as was the EP Time-Insensitive Material>. On January 2, 2011, the group announced on Facebook, the start of registrations for January 14; however, on January 6, they announce simple rehearsals. On April 4, 2011, Pulley announces the release of the EP, The Long and the Short of It, June 28, 2011.
On September 28, 2016, the Cyber Tracks label, directed by El Hefe, announces his signature with Pulley>, and publishes his first album in 12 years, No Change in the Weather, November 18>. The release of the album marks the 20th anniversary of the group.