Gauge was a post-hardcore band who existed from 1991 until 1994. They were very influential on the emerging Northwest suburban emo/punk scene during their lifespan. In 2010, the group announced they were reuniting. They played several local shows in 2010 and 2011 but have been largely inactive ever since. In 2010, filmmaker Matt Golin made a documentary about the band called Gauge:153.
- Scott "Gub" Conway - Vocals/Guitar
- Kevin J. Frank - Guitar/Vocals
- Neil Sandler - Bass
- Ryan Rapsys - Drums
- Demo CS (1991)
- Carving Belt/Midwest 7" (Shakefork Records, 1992) - Free show giveaway, 100 copies pressed, songs taken from the demo
- Blank 7" EP (Shakefork Records, 1992)
- Gauge/Grout Villa split 7" with Grout Villa (Permanent Satan, 1992)
- Soothe LP/CD (THD Records/Radius Records, 1993)
- Swing 7" (Underdog Records, 1993)
- Fire Tongue Burning Stomach CD/LP (Underdog Records, 1994) - CD includes the Swing single
- 43 10" EP (Actionboy Records, 1995)
- I CD (Tree Records, 2000) - First half of a proposed two-part discography, contains all material released by from their demo through the first LP
- II digital (Shakefork Records, 2010) - 2nd half of their discography, contains everything released after the first LP through their posthumous 10" EP and one unreleased track
- Mints 7"/digital EP (Shakefork Records, 2010) - 7" was a free giveaway at their 2010 reunion show in Chicago. The digital version has 2 extra songs.