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The Wrong Side of Reno: Three Decades of Punk and Hardcore in the Biggest Little City By Jeanne Jo, Mac Schopen
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The Wrong Side of Reno: Three Decades of Punk and Hardcore in the Biggest Little City is an anthology of vinyl records that have been pressed throughout Northern Nevada’s long and intimate... More > history with underground music. With contributions from Henry Rollins, Ian Mackaye, Levi Watson, Mike Ward, Bessie Oakley, Jensen Ward, Spencer Benavides, Leah Ruby, Joe Ferguson, Ryan Stark, Jim Williams, Chris Costalupes, Scaught Bates, Lauren Garaventa, and Bob Conrad.< Less
The Wrong Side of Reno: Three Decades of Punk and Hardcore in the Biggest Little City By Jeanne Jo, Mac Schopen
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The Wrong Side of Reno: Three Decades of Punk and Hardcore in the Biggest Little City is an anthology of vinyl records that have been pressed throughout Northern Nevada’s long and intimate... More > history with underground music. With contributions from Henry Rollins, Ian Mackaye, Levi Watson, Mike Ward, Bessie Oakley, Jensen Ward, Spencer Benavides, Leah Ruby, Joe Ferguson, Ryan Stark, Jim Williams, Chris Costalupes, Scaught Bates, Lauren Garaventa, and Bob Conrad.< Less
Punk in Drublic By Lauren Boyko
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This book is a collection of photographs illustrating the punk, ska and hardcore scenes within Toronto.
Punk in Drublic By Lauren Boyko
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This book is a collection of photographs illustrating the punk, ska and hardcore scenes within Toronto.
From Staple Guns to Thumbtacks: Flyer art from the 1982-1995 New Orleans Punk & Hardcore Scene By Pat Roig
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This book Encapsulates most of the Punk Rock/Hardcore shows in and around New Orleans, from 1982-1995. It includes stories from people that were/are in the New Orleans music scene and shows original... More > artwork from the period. The flyers represented the only way we could get the word out about the shows. Back then almost no media would advertise.This was the only way we knew how.< Less
From Staple Guns to Thumbtacks: Flyer art from the 1982-1995 New Orleans Punk & Hardcore Scene By Pat Roig
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This book Encapsulates most of the Punk Rock/Hardcore shows in and around New Orleans, from 1982-1995. It includes stories from people that were/are in the New Orleans music scene and shows original... More > artwork from the period. The flyers represented the only way we could get the word out about the shows. Back then almost no media would advertise.This was the only way we knew how.< Less
This Could Be Everywhere: An Analysis of Radical Politics in American Hardcore Punk: 1980-1986 By Luke Henderson
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"It was not always pretty, it didn't always work out the way it was planned, but the principles and beliefs upon which 1980s hardcore punk was developed, coupled with the unique structure and... More > organization of the movement, allowed this music-based culture to actively and openly reject fundamental tenets of the social, political, and economic orders of the United States. That is to say, the creation of radical music, the development, of a musical scene that adhered to a strict do-it-yourself ethic, and the lived expression of anti-capitalist political beliefs, situated hardcore punk rock as a particularly subversive experiment between 1980 and 1986." - This Could Be Everywhere< Less
This Could Be Everywhere: An Analysis of Radical Politics in American Hardcore Punk: 1980-1986 By Luke Henderson
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*Note: This is an ebook* "It was not always pretty, it didn't always work out the way it was planned, but the principles and beliefs upon which 1980s hardcore punk was developed, coupled with... More > the unique structure and organization of the movement, allowed this music-based culture to actively and openly reject fundamental tenets of the social, political, and economic orders of the United States. That is to say, the creation of radical music, the development, of a musical scene that adhered to a strict do-it-yourself ethic, and the lived expression of anti-capitalist political beliefs, situated hardcore punk rock as a particularly subversive experiment between 1980 and 1986." - This Could Be Everywhere< Less
Confessions Of A Chicago Punk Bystander By Marie Kanger-Born
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A gritty insight into the city, clubs and lifestyle of the early Chicago Punk scene of the late 1970s and ’80s. This narrative follows the author's introduction to punk rock via the notorious... More > Chicago night clubs -- O'Banion's and OZ. The hedonism of the lifestyle and her harrowing exploits stand in stunning contrast to her accidental role as the primary caregiver for her mother, who was disabled by Multiple Sclerosis. Story recounts the rise of the teenage hardcore scene over the bar based punk scene, to the later decline that began with the emergence of a skinhead jock era, along with the author's personal evolution as a photographer and zine producer. In 2006, she discovered a thriving underground scene in the Pilsen/La Villita neighborhoods. Today she is happy to declare that punk is not dead, and neither is she. Includes the author's photographs of the 1980s and 2006 bands, the crowds, her BS Detector fanzine, and other memorabilia. A visual delight that truly paints a picture of the era!< Less
All Downhill From Here: Scene Point Blank By Matt Andrews, Loren Green
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The collected music writing of ten years covering punk, hardcore and metal. After ten years covering independent music, webzine Scene Point Blank commemorates its first decade by publishing this, its... More > first collection of music writing. Made up of interviews with figures ranging from the legendary (Ian Mackaye, Henry Rollins) through to the new blood (Frank Turner, Polar Bear Club) and everyone in between, it also features a collection of the most memorable album reviews in the zine's history (including PJ Harvey, Jimmy Cliff, Public Enemy and Sufjan Stevens). A lot of music is made in a decade: Scene Point Blank highlights what you need to hear – now.< Less