The photographs that Greene includes are powerful reminders of the violence that swept through Peru during the Shining Path war against the state and he does an excellent job of explaining how punk
artists used images from the popular media outlets to create their own statements to criticize consumer culture in the manner of Andy Warhol.
Everyone always associates punk
with London, but it happened here too and there are still loads of us around.
But at the same time, exploring German punk
cultures needs a firmer grounding in the specificities of the German context, beyond hyperbolic statements that suggest that some of the authors have bought too much of what punks
were selling ("The [DAF] albums' reference to National Socialism, to the aesthetics of Germanness,' and to the disquiet of West German youth were all intended to undermine the psychological barrier that had left West Germans not only unable to mourn, but unable to rejoice as well," 141).
Fan Keith Newman now presents a radio show on punk
and is helping lead a double decker bus tour of North East punk
landmarks and venues on bank holiday Monday to mark 40 years of punk
White Riot serves as a great primer to the subject of race and racism within punk
The history of punk
rock has become a popular topic for historians, musicologists, journalists, and other social observers.
With all the fuss about punk
in honor of the exhibit at the Met, why was the entire ceremony devoid of punk
, aside from the garb of spikes, studs and the like?
Peter Bowles with the Monkey boots and above Punks
Michael Horschig, the guitarist of Namenlos, described how the first Berlin punks
met in discos, restaurants and clubs in the south of the city, or in the infamous 'Planterwald' recreation area.
memory - "Being 14 at the local disco and Smash It Up by The Damned coming on and all the punks
in the village turning up and going totally mental.
GROWING UP in Calgary in the 1970s, members of a punk
rock band called the Hot Nasties, we were misfits.
Subs and the Adicts emerge as inspirational and even respectable defenders of the punk
When my mum came to pick me up from the Music Machine in Camden, North London, after a gig she always commented on how polite all the punks
were as they came out.
of all stripes have no interest in mainstream mediocrity or delivering bland copies of soulless pop hits that fade into elevators even before the last artificially generated beep has played.
For aging punks
and young music fans who are bleary-eyed from thrash, trance and rap-metal, KDLD's proto-punk
playlist, which goes back as far as the early '70s with T.