Street Punk Gone Rock Star: Clit 45 show review

Street Punk Gone Rock Star: Clit 45 show review
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The show, as it has always been with the Lower Class Brats, was awesome. Besides the security guards sniffing around for disorderly skinheads that tried to start a brawl at the last LCB show (supposedly protecting a kid from being beat up by the large bassist of LCB), the concert held on the Sabbath was unusually large, and full of pissed, though content, punk-rockers. … read more

Erupting in the Right Direction: An Interview with the Explosion

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Initially, The Explosion was just another underground punk band in which I invested no time or attention. I then reviewed their CD and was impressed, saw them play with Social

Review: DANCE OF DAYS: TWO DECADES OF PUNK IN THE NATION’S CAPITAL

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DANCE OF DAYS: TWO DECADES OF PUNK IN THE NATION’S CAPITAL MARK ANDERSON AND MARK JENKINS Soft Skull Press Street: 08.01.03 Bringing you every single detail you’d want to know

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