The Benner brothers from Kirk And The Jerks are just as excited as you should be about their discography being released.
Christina Carlsen not only found a community when she discovered Copenhagen’s DIY punk scene, but she also developed a creative and critical eye through her punk rock photography.
Louie Perez III and Rob Milucky of The Vulturas were interviewed by Martin Wong and Todd Taylor via Skype on August 3, 2020, following an unrecorded attempt on July 19.
Although photography has regularly featured in old and new zines, we seem to be at a high water mark for photozine production. Dave Sine’s Tidbit was one of a handful of early photozines made to document punk’s unique show experience.
“Instead of doctoring my resume and making it sound better than it really was, I did everything I could to tell them exactly who I was. I sent them copies of the 2nd Hand and made reference to the non-selling fiction that I had written. ” -Todd Dills
None of The Linda Lindas are old enough to vote or even get a driver’s license, But that didn’t stop them from recording a get-out-the-vote song or making a video for it!
Repo-Man, Sid and Nancy, Straight to Hell, and more. Musician and actor Zander Schloss and director Alex Cox reunite to make a new music video for “Straight to Hell” in honor of their old friend Joe Strummer from The Clash.
By the late-’70s, Suzi Quatro had been on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, produced charting singles, played a role on the popular sitcom Happy Days, and had an offer to do a spinoff. It was a recipe for mainstream stardom. But Quatro fought to make her own way as an entertainer. She eschewed the path to becoming a household name, but she never went away and shows no signs of stopping anytime soon. Suzi Q, a new documentary about her life shows Quatro keeps her foot on the gas and the wheel aimed uphill.
Kat Talley-Jones never aspired to be a photographer. She simply ended up with a hand-me-down camera that ended up documenting seminal bands The Urinals and 100 Flowers. She is the lyricist of “Ack Ack Ack Ack.”
Click to hear the debut of his lovely, acoustic patient song, which is empathetic to the point of transparency and a heartbreakingly beautiful exploration of human frailty. And, yes, it is punk rock.