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Green threat

Another Minor Threat record for the collection. I picked this up due to the low price and the assumption I didn’t own this pressing yet. I was pleased to find out my assumption was right. 55 more words


New Music of the Day : XIII - (Here's to) The Ghosts of the Past - Dot Dash (The Beautiful Music) reviewed by Dave Franklin

One of the things about running a new music review site is that you have no control over what you get sent. Double-edged sword? Maybe. But for every 10 Artic Monkeys wannabes who think that they can take over the world with a pair of skinny jeans and a working knowledge of A minor, for every 20 pop outfits with their complicated hairstyles and their forgettable tunes that they should have forgotten to write, a real gem turns up. 238 more words


Ian MacKaye: “If You Want To Rebel Against Society, Don’t Dull The Blade”

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So in some ways, the only way to get my music out, the only way I would feel comfortable doing it, is really by putting it out myself.

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Industry Talk

Post-Punk Pop band "Dot Dash" features Steve Hansgen from Minor Threat

Dot Dash is a “post-punk pop” band the formed in Washington, D.C. in mid-2010. They have released 3 LP’s on Canadian independent label The Beautiful Music… 363 more words

Indie Rock

Living On The Edge - A Short Guide to Straight Edge

As recent research suggests, young people are shunning drink and drugs in ever increasing numbers. One thing which could at least partially account for this new clean-living trend could be the rising popularity of the ‘straight edge’ culture and lifestyle. 461 more words

Who the Hell is that Guy?! (sigh...never mind)

Today, I was pondering this past Sunday’s shocking and exciting experience of meeting hardcore punk legend, Ian MacKaye. Not that there should be any heroes or legends associated with punk music, since all of that kinda goes against the idea of being “anti-establishment” in the first place, but I digress. 724 more words


25 Years Later: Schoolly D's "Am I Black Enough For You?" Reviewed

Schoolly D
Am I Black Enough For You?

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There’s a quality to artists within hip hop that represent a definite punk sensibility. And, I’m correct in my assertion, Schoolly D is definitely one of them. 594 more words

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