Punk rock

At Battle of the Ad Bands, even punk rocker Julius Caesar got his 15 minutes

“This is the best gig we’ve ever played!” It’s also the first concert we’ve ever played!’ The Arctic Monkeys saw no need to include a long saxophone solo in “Do I Wanna Know?”, their 2013 slow-burning rocker with a killer chorus. Chances are no one has ever listened to this …

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Punk rock’s Latin roots explored in new podcast

Ceci Bastida was born and raised in Tijuana, Mexico, in the shadow of the US border. She saw the border fence become a wall and observed the militarization of the area. In the 90s, Bastida played keyboards and sang with the punk rock band Tijuana No! on immigration, travel, the …

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‘The Munsters’ on Netflix – Movie Review: Zombie’s Chipper’s punk-rock techno version is hilarious

The Munsters is a 1960s sitcom reboot feature film. It is written and directed by Rob Zombieand he stars Sheri Moon Zombie, Jeff Daniel Phillips and Daniel Roebuck. Trailer of The Munsters (2022) It’s inevitable…. contagious laughter comes into play with that fabulous comedy film. The Munsters (2022) Premise Lily …

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Henry Thoreau and the punk rock aesthetic

Henry David Thoreau played many roles as an American writer and philosopher – environmentalist, abolitionist, progressive, libertarian and punk rock poet. Although the punk label is less known, if not recognized, it is equally valid and worth discussing. Thoreau’s punk, the transcendental punk whose lineage runs through American history, is …

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Punk Rock Social by Blue Note to celebrate the diversity of the punk community

OKLAHOMA CITY (Free Press) — It’s nothing new for a musical genre to be carved up into sub-genres and sub-sub-genres, becoming more and more niche and exclusive throughout, but it’s hard to think of a more compartmentalized style than punk. The umbrella term “punk rock” covers a vast ground these …

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Distorted Illusions YA Novel Reinvents Its Punk Rock Origin

A new YA graphic novel from Kami Garcia and Isaac Goodhart will give DC’s John Constantine a revamped origin story with a punk rock twist. John Constantine gets an all-new origin story with a punk rock twist in an upcoming young adult graphic novel titled Constantine: distorted illusions. Constantine: distorted …

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Punk rock duo Public Figures make music to amplify the imagination

Van Hillard grew up dreaming of aliens. His childhood in Caddo Parish, Louisiana was spent staring at the night sky — what he calls “imaginative fodder.” Decades later, the self-proclaimed “cryptid-head” is making music for “the amplified imagination” with DC-based punk rock band Public Figures. His second album, “Where to …

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Punk rock band PUP welcomed by devoted Sylvee fans The Badger Herald

As a seasoned viewer, I like to notice the relationship between a band and its fans. But in my experience, I’ve never seen anything so natural and fun as the friendship between PUP and their fans at their September 8 concert at Sylvee. The hardcore punk rock band has a …

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6 Great Punk Rock Horror Movies

Of a devastating character piece Sid and Nancy to a revealing documentary The Decline of Western Civilization, the rebellious world of punk rock has invaded cinema for decades. After a notable peak in the mid-1980s, the subculture has woven itself into several film genres over the decades. A punk genre …

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Pulley guitarist Trey Clinesmith is a punk rock cameraman

Of all the veteran punk rock bands claiming to have the most unique jobs outside of the industry, there’s a good chance Pulley will end up in first place. Not only is vocalist Scott Radinsky a former MLB pitcher, but guitarist Trey Clinesmith also actively works as a cameraman for …

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Chelsea Curve Delivers Dizzying Punk Rock Catharsis “All Things”

Sometimes you are the last at the party. There’s really no good reason why it took me so long to turn my attention to Chelsea Curve’s March album, “All the Things.” It’s been on my agenda for ages, and a lot of people whose opinions I respect have raved about …

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Canadian punk legend Talli Osborne chosen as face of new Punk Rock Museum in Las Vegas

In the punk rock scene around the world, Hamilton resident Talli Osborne is a legend. And she adds to that legendary status now that she begins her new job as the official spokesperson for the Punk Rock Museum in Las Vegas. The Punk Rock Museum is the creation of NOFX …

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REVIEW: Punk rock is dead, hyperpop gave it the CPR

Punk rock is dead. I accepted it and moved on, adapting to a new, equally radical and anarchist music scene: hyperpop. This musical genre has created quite a stir over the past five years, mainly due to its inherent weirdness and experimental sound. However, this is not the only parallel …

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Dead Pets Unleashed is a chaotic punk rock drama that gives me quarter-life crisis flashbacks

A slice-of-life game about a demon punk rock band having a quarter-life crisis? Dead Pets Unleashed looks exactly like my cup of tea, or more like a bubbly concoction of Red Bull, battery acid, and pop candy. After launching a Kickstarter campaign, developers Triple Topping released a Dead Pets Unleashed …

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Punk rock in Rico | Culture & Leisure

Rico might not seem like the most likely place to host a free punk rock show, but that’s exactly what will happen on Wednesday night, when Warsaw Poland Bros. and Telluride’s Punk Sux will perform at 9 p.m. at the Enterprise Bar & Grill. A group of “slave ska” from …

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An overload of punk, rock, jazz and Noel Gallagher Live!

GOO, In Goo we trust We should trust Goo to move loudly on the well-trodden path of punk rock. What the band adds to the noise, firstly, is twisting the dialectic towards rock and roll and secondly, lyrics that have more to do with falling in love than throwing a …

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Iggy Pop will play the first punk rock festival in the Dominican Republic in 2023

Iggy Pop will perform at the first Destination Chaos punk rock festival, from January 28 to February 2, 2023, at the Senator Puerto Plata Resort and Spa on the north coast of the Dominican Republic. Pop is set to headline the festival, created by The Experience Resorts and Upstart Entertainment, …

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Flogging Molly releases new album ‘Anthem’ on September 9th – Their first in five years (Listen here)

Flogging Molly releases new album ‘Anthem’ on September 9th – Their first in five years (Listen here) Facebook Twitter E-mail Reddit Since its creation, Flogging Molly were dogged by the term “Celtic Punk Rock” (for better or worse), a term that doesn’t begin to describe the Irish stew of influences …

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Punk rock flea market draws fans to Akron

AKRON, Ohio — Akron held a punk rock flea market at Lock 3 on Saturday. There were more than 60 different unique vendors, food trucks, drinks and live punk rock bands. What do you want to know Akron held a punk rock flea market in Lock 3 on Saturday There …

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Akron’s First Punk Rock Flea Market To Be Held August 13 At Lock 3

AKRON, Ohio — Akron’s Punk Rock Flea Market will debut this Saturday, August 13 from noon to 6 p.m. at Lock 3 in downtown Akron. Admission is free to the market, which features more than 60 alternative artists, vendors, artisans, and independent small businesses from Akron and surrounding communities. The …

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WMG Breakout Punk Rock Band The Linda Lindas Signs Global Publishing Deal With Warner Chappell Music

Warner Chappell Music (WCM) has signed a worldwide administration deal with female punk rock band The Linda Lindas. The group rose to prominence in May 2021 with their powerful viral hit “Racist, Sexist Boy”, which racked up millions of views on YouTube and won Best Punk Record at this year’s …

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Punk rock star found dead, son charged with second degree murder

Gord Lewis, the founding guitarist of popular Canadian punk band Teenage Head, was found dead this weekend in his Ontario apartment, according to The Hamilton Spectator. Local police announced on Monday that Jonathan Lewis, the musician’s son, has been charged with second degree murder in what is being investigated as …

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This Footage Of The Beastie Boys Teens Performing Punk Rock On Public TV Is Just Too Cute

In 1984, after achieving some local success with their irreverent hip-hop debut single Cooked pussyreleased the previous year, New York teenagers Mike Diamond, Adam Horowitz and Adam Yauch decided that playing the role of arrogant, obnoxious and delinquent hip-hop kids would serve their future interests better than playing hardcore all …

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Avail, one of Richmond’s most legendary punk rock bands, will perform at Brown’s Island | Music

Richmond punk rock band Avail will play Brown’s Island this Saturday after a pair of sold-out local gigs three years ago. The concert, Over the James, named after the band’s seminal 1998 album, will include performances by Quicksand, Cave In, Ceremony, Screaming Females and Terminal Bliss. “There’s no better place …

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OPINION: Punk rock has lost all meaning

My favorite Dead Kennedys song is “Chickenshit Conformist”. The song’s opening line, sung by icon Jello Biafra, has become more and more relevant over the years: “Punk ain’t dead, it just deserves to die / when it becomes another cartoon expired. There hasn’t been a band since the 1980s that …

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Punk rock luminaries unplugged Wednesday at Valhalla

Wednesday’s Valhalla Boathouse show is positively Loud as Folk. Punk rock luminaries Vic Ruggiero, Lauren Napier and Kepi Ghoulie will perform with host Spike McGuire, an event that was postponed a year ago due to nearby wildfires. “I thought we missed our only chance to get those three stars, but …

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Punk Rock Saves Lives Fest 2022 – Pre-Party (EastFax Tap – Denver, CO)

Before the actual festival started, EastFax Tap (in the beautiful East Colfax Corridor) hosted a pre-party. Full disclosure, The Masked Moron, Anarcopunk had to bounce back a bit early to prepare for the actual festival, so no photos of Reno Divorce or Dylan Walshe. This is also where we will …

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Give You Nothing Join the People Of Punk Rock Records List

Santa Cruz melodic punk veterans Give You Nothing have signed to People Of Punk Rock Records and will be releasing a new album titled “Songs For The Broken” in October. The first single “The Hardest Part” will be released on August 18. With a sound that will remind you why …

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‘Nightclubbing: The Birth of Punk Rock in New York’: Vital Punk Nostalgia

Punk-rock nostalgia has an oxymoron quality. Ah, the good old warm and cozy days… of filming yourself in the CBGB bathroom as the Dead Boys devastated Western civilization on stage! Sid Vicious, we barely knew you! Yet the nostalgia for punk, as contradictory as it may seem, has only grown …

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The legendary TONY HAWK joins the Punk Rock supergroup on a new pair of singles!

Everyone knows that skateboarding and punk rock go together, like ramps and scraped knees or mohawks and denim jackets. Legendary professional skateboarder Tony Hawk clearly understands this, as evidenced by the stellar punk rock bands that appear on his hit series of video games, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, now in …

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Goderich BIA hosts a Friday night punk rock show

By Bob Montgomery July 14, 2022 4:19 p.m. Downtown Goderich BIA is hosting a youth punk rock concert tomorrow night. Down Town BIA manager David Mackechnie says they will have two bands, Moffat Avenue and Full Throttle, two London area punk bands. He says the idea for a punk gig …

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Punk In Drublic Fest: A beer and punk rock event is coming to Abbotsford

Punk is alive and well in the Fraser Valley. Coming to Abbotsford on September 4, the Punk in Drublic festival is a one-day event that brings together punk bands and craft beer – a pairing that sounds like a more grown-up version of ’80s punk. Presented by Brew Ha Ha …

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Celebrating the life of punk rock icon Mark Astronaut

Published: 12:33 13 July 2022 Welwyn Garden City musician Mark Astronaut – who died on July 7 – was, although he never achieved mainstream acclaim, an icon of the punk rock scene whose career spanned more than 40 years. Born Mark Wilkins, he formed The Astronauts in 1977, although they …

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Crescent Ballroom hosts punk rock event for reproductive rights

When Echo Breen learned of the U.S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that established the constitutional right to abortion, she knew she had to find a way to put what she felt into action. “My heart was hurting. My stomach was hurting. I felt …

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‘The Birth of Punk Rock in NYC’ hits theaters this summer (see trailer)

NYC’s quirky punk scene gets the documentary treatment. Directed by Danny Garcia, Nightclub: the birth of punk rock in New York tells the story of the mythical club Max’s Kansas City, where, alongside CBGB, New York punk was born. Nightclub features rare performance footage of Iggy and the Stooges, New …

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Bad Cop/Bad Cop’s Jennie Cotterill Is Punk Rock’s Best Pastry Chef

Like many other musicians, Bad Cop/Bad Cop’s Jennie Cotterill was hit pretty hard when live music came to a halt due to COVID-19. She and her bandmates had just embarked on a European tour, were just months away from releasing their third album, The pathon Fat Wreck Chords, and were …

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‘Make Music New York Day’ brings the punk rock sounds of summer to the Lower East Side block party

On “Make Music New York Day,” the first day of summer Tuesday, there were a variety of music venue choices in the city: accordions playing Terry Riley’s “In C” in Battery Park , a blues jam in Brooklyn, an orchestra on Liberty Island, electronic music in an East Village Garden …

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Jeff Rosenstock and Defy Wrestling Launch Punk Rock Pay-Per-View for Seattle Venue Fundraiser

Earlier this month, Jeff Rosenstock performed a wrestling-themed show with Seattle-based promotion Defy Wrestling at the Vera Project’s all-ages venue and arts space. The Seattle venue has now announced a $10 pay-per-view stream from the show to benefit “the development and preservation of craft spaces for all ages in Seattle …

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The best punk rock soundtracks in movies

Long live punk rock! There’s a line in Hulu’s series Gun on the Sex Pistols (which is based on the memoir of guitarist Steve Jones Lonely Boy: Tales of a Sex Gun) where Johnny Rotten thinks, “Actually, we’re not into music, we’re into chaos.” And what is punk rock if …

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Legendary Royal Albert punk room rocker tries unfamiliar genre without mosh at jazz festival

The stage at the Royal Albert is the last place you would expect to find a grand piano. The famed punk-rock palace in the Exchange District hosted concerts by a green Day Green and Dave Grohl with his band Scream, long before he became a household name with Nirvana and …

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A new phase of a long career on the punk rock scene

Jesse Lynn-Dean on stage with his band, The Wasps, during their current tour. / ON JESSE LYNN-DEAN Original The Wasps singer took time out from his current tour to talk to SUR in English about his story and a new CD There are many musicians on the Costa del Sol …

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40 years of German punk rock band Toten Hosen

Düsseldorf, Ratinger Strasse 10, early 1980s: The Ratinger Hof pub has been attracting artists and musicians from the Düsseldorf scene for years. Artists like Joseph Beuys and Sigmar Polke were known to drop by from time to time. Punk bands rehearsed in the basement, while discussion groups, concerts, and theatrical …

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Things to Do: Second Annual Punk Rock Show and Skate Jam for Kid’s Hearts, Southside Skatepark, June 11, 2022

The music lineup for the second annual For Kids’ Hearts Punk Rock Show & Skate Jam is filled with notable bands, 10 in all, including big name bands like 30footFALL and The Suspects. But by name alone, there is perhaps no group better suited to the event, which benefits pediatric …

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How a punk rock god snuck into my romance novel

I was getting nervous. A major moment for any romance novel writer was upon me: I was about to introduce the love interest of one of my two heroines and I needed to give her a name. And that’s when I realized I had screwed up. As a general rule, …

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Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols admits he prefers Steely Dan to punk rock

As a famous fictional lawyer once said, “Either die a hero or live long enough to see yourself become the villain.” As far as punk fans go, that might now be the case for Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones, who has made his affection for jazz-rockers Steely Dan clear. Currently …

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Maisie Williams leaned into punk-rock style for her Pistol press tour

You may know Maisie Williams from game of thrones, but for her latest TV project, the actress ditched Arya Stark’s warrior capes in favor of a punk-rock wardrobe. Williams stars in FX’s six-episode limited series Gun, premiering today, which explores the rise and fall of the Sex Pistols, the English …

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“A Napoleon Dynamite-Punk Rock Love Story”

For Emily Skegsa theater kid born in New York, playing in dinner in america, in a story set in the suburbs of the American Midwest, proved to be a deeply personal journey. In our interview ahead of the film’s limited theatrical release, Skeggs recalls how the script was sent to …

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‘Pistol’ takes aim at the band behind the birth of British punk rock

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) – Danny Boyle has always taken a very unique approach to every project he’s done, whether it’s a movie like “Trainspotting” or the opening ceremonies of the Olympic Games in summer of 2012. He was always a rebel with a cause. It’s no wonder Boyle was compelled …

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Billie Joe Armstrong Says The Sex Pistols Proved Punk Rock Wasn’t Massive

Talking about the Sex Pistols ahead of the next round of FX GunBillie Joe Armstrong said the band proved that punk wasn’t mainstream. The Sex Pistols redefined what it meant to be a punk rock band, and Billie Joe Armstrong agrees. Before the premiere of the next series of FX …

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Meet the Beat-Hells – the punk rock Fab Four

//= do_shortcode(‘[in-content-square]’) ?> The Beat-Hells against the Beatles david owens If you like punk, rock and the Beatles, today is your lucky day. The Beat-Hells – the Fab Four but not as you’ve heard them before – launch into your unsuspecting ears with their self-titled debut album. Rolling off the …

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Legendary punk rock magazine Subnormal returns online

subnormal magazine cover Subnormal Magazine returns online at www.SubnormalMagazine.com We are not your safe space. – sub-normal magazine LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, May 20, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — About subnormal magazine Created in the early 90s by human rights activist, artist and poet Zadge and filmmaker and writer Bruce Edwin, subnormal …

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Music Reissues Weekly: 999 – A Punk Rock Anthology

In October, Bob Edmands of the same music weekly reflected on his second single, “Nasty Nasty.” “The lyrics and the riff go by at breakneck speed, so fast that everyone involved seems to have lost control. It should be awesome, in a wildly perverse way, but it isn’t. 999’s place …

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A punk rock mini-series as raw and powerful as the band that inspired it

There’s no shortage of mainstream media in Sex Pistols debauchery, like the 1986 biopic “Sid and Nancy” and the 2000 documentary “The Filth and the Fury,” but this is the first time the story really feels personal or relatable. By following Jones, one of the less exuberant members of the …

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Hartlepool Brewery’s new beer toasts the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and a classic punk rock tune

God Save The Queen, a four percent English pale ale, is named after the classic Sex Pistols single from 1977. While the record was deemed controversial 45 years ago, Hartlepool Crafty Monkey Brewing Company insists the new beer is “a patriotic touch” ahead of next month’s royal milestone. Register to …

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Anime Punk-Rock Collective OSAKA POPSTAR Shares Fred Armisen Music Video

Following the release this month of their new album EAR CANDY via Misfits Records in collaboration with Demented Punk, anime-meets-NY punk rock collective OSAKA POPSTAR are thrilled to reveal the animated video for their original rock and infectious single, “Lost & Found”. – available now! Written, produced and directed by …

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BMG launches “Punk Rock Girl”, its first musical in the United States

BMG is accelerating its development of new musicals in the United States, with its first production “Punk Rock Girl!”, and in Germany, following the success of its first musical, “Ku’damm 56”. “Punk-rock girl!” is BMG’s first developmental theatrical production in the United States, in partnership with New York-based theater company …

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999: A punk rock anthology 1977 – 2020 double CD

999 – A punk rock anthology 1977 – 2020 (Captain Oi!) 2 CDs Released May 13, 2022 Captain Oh! release a double CD of 999’s collected works spanning their output from 1977 to 2020. Nathan Brown celebrates the band as a high point of first-wave punk that refused to die. …

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How London Punk Rock Changed the World (and Saved My Life)

As a teenager in a dying seaside town on the east coast of Scotland, punk rock was like a bat signal of a more exciting world. The center of this world was London, a city where even boredom was romantic. Somewhere between London’s Burning in 1977 and London Calling in …

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Punk rock is alive and well with Amyl and the Sniffers in San Francisco | Music in SF®

Well, it looks like punk rock isn’t dead after all, which was proven last night when Amyl and the Sniffers took the stage in San Francisco. With the swagger and guts of Wendy O Williams and Iggy Pop, the Australian-born band sold out two nights at the Great American Music …

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Meet the band that still carries the flag of punk rock!

PUNK rock stalwarts Stiff Little Fingers return to Warrington to continue flying the flag of a chaotic yet hugely influential era in music. Led by Jake Burns since 1977, the band will take to the roof at Parr Hall on Friday July 15. Stiff Little Fingers formed in Belfast and …

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Hayley Williams: “I’ve always had a punk-rock guilt”

IIf anyone knows how emo music crosses generations, it’s Hayley Williams. The musician has been at the forefront of angsty music since 2004, when she was 15 and playing with her band Paramore, and more recently as a solo artist. Last weekend, she joined Gen-Z scion Billie Eilish at the …

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Reno Punk Rock Flea Market Returns

There is nothing old and dusty about this flea market. The Reno Punk Rock Flea Market returns this weekend after a pandemic hiatus last year. It’s not your go-to market for floral tea sets and vintage fedoras, but more likely for Ramones records and shelves made from caskets. “Be whoever …

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Bowling For Soup’s Jaret Reddick: Punk rock, perseverance…

Going from punk to country was a surprisingly natural transition. “It was almost like a throwback,” says Jaret. “All the Bowling For Soup songs that I write in general all start on acoustic guitar. So when you first hear them when I’m playing around with them, they all sound country …

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Chris Bailey, who gave punk rock to Australia, dies at 65

Nevertheless, they thrived. Their single ‘This Perfect Day’ reached No. 34 on the UK charts and their first two albums, ‘(I’m) Stranded’ (1977) and ‘Eternally Yours’ (1978), are considered punk classics. The second album included “Know Your Product,” an anti-consumer, anti-punk song that had fans raving. But like punk itself, …

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The alt-rock/punk-rock festival returns to Washington Co.

WASHINGTON, PA – The eighth annual Four Chord Music Festival spans two days this summer, featuring All Time Low, Jimmy Eat World, Bad Religion and other punk and alt-rock bands at Wild Things Park in County Washington. The September 9-10 festival features other national artists like Descendents, Pennywise, The Story …

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Wellington band Voodoo Bloo combine ‘nightmarish chemistry’ with punk rock punch

Wellington band Voodoo Bloo have grown from the singular vision of frontman Rory McDonald’s home recordings to a quartet full of energy and versatility. “I thought I could be a Bowie-like figure and become hit after hit, but now that we have this collaboration together, I can’t really imagine it …

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Vermont LGBTQ+ female punk rock cover band Blink-182

Many music fans who have attended a punk show know what it’s like to get knocked down by a bunch of gruff, beefy dudes. A Vermont band creates a different kind of punk performance environment. PINK-802 is a self-proclaimed “super gay” Blink-182 cover band, blazing a trail for LGBTQ+ and …

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Punk rock girl group The Linda Lindas return to LA Public Library for Tiny Desk (Home) concert

Punk rock girl group The Linda Lindas, who went viral last year for their performance at the Cypress Park branch of the Los Angeles Public Library, showcased their debut album as they returned to the library for a performance for the series NPR’s Tiny Desk (home) concert hall. The Linda …

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Local college professor collaborates with Ukrainian punk rock bands to raise money for refugees

Local college professor collaborates with Ukrainian punk rock bands to raise money for refugees Neumann University professor Yanis Chakars and seven Ukrainian punk rock bands have already raised thousands of dollars with their benefit album. ASTON, Pa. – A local professor has teamed up with Ukrainian punk rock musicians to …

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SCENE SETTER: Canadian punk rock royalty are coming to Queens this week

Dayglo Abortions will perform in Barrie on April 14; Founder Murray ‘The Cretin’ Acton Talks Vinyl Delays, Sarcasm, Satire and Old Times It’s been a long time and live music is waking people up from their pandemic slumber. And next Thursday, two pillars of the Canadian punk rock community will …

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Folk, punk rock, blues, jazz on tap at The Buttonwood Tree in April

Their repertoires range from folk and punk rock to blues and jazz. Charlie Diamond, the Giosa Brothers, Kris Allen and Noah Baerman will perform at 605 Main St. starting next weekend. Diamond, who will appear April 16 from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m., plays a “unique” blend of folk revival …

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10 Punk Rock Bands That Never Sold Out

The idea of ​​selling yourself is something that we kind of have to accept in the music world. You can’t expect to see your favorite artists live off goodwill for the rest of their lives, so it only makes sense that some of them decide to take the gamble and …

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Punk rock teacher releases benefit album for Ukraine

By Stephen Bell Click here for updates on this story 03/31/2022 (Neumann University) – Aston, PA – Janis Chakars, a communications professor at Neumann University who played in punk rock bands for 30 years, is doing what he does best to raise money for Ukraine. On March 23, he released …

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Roughtail Brewing provides refuge for marginalized OKC punk rock

OKLAHOMA CITY (Free Press) — Punks are getting a rough ride in OKC. With all the different musical styles in the city and state, from our increasingly visible and praised indie rock bands, to enduring hard rock and metal scenes, to immortal country and folk communities, Oklahoma is known for …

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Women of Color in the Punk Rock Scene – Coog Radio – University of Houston Radio

I think about how punk rock influenced my tastes and personality growing up (thanks to Hot Topic eyeliner and chokers in 8th grade). There’s no question why so many teenagers are getting into this genre when punk is known for its rebellious attitude of “resisting the system”. Throughout high school, …

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New San Diego punk-rock supergroup Plosivs exorcise demons in debut

Every weekday, singer and multi-instrumentalist Rob Crow of Pinback saw John Reis of Rocket from the Crypt and Hot Snakes while the two dads dropped their kids off at school in the San Diego area. The two musicians were saying hello to each other, but it wasn’t until the school …

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