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The Sound of Whiteness Under Siege: Punk Rock Viewed From the Right

Part One

Steve Sailer recently compared the Alt-Right to punk rock. It’s an apt analogy in more ways than one, and as someone whose adolescence was informed by that music, it’s one that I readily appreciated. 5,639 more words

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PAILHEAD - TRAIT (1988)

I first heard Pailhead on the classic skate flick Streets on Fire back when I was thirteen. I’m a little embarrassed to admit that I only found out this year it’s Ian Mackaye (of Minor Threat and Fugazi) singing on the tracks. 665 more words

Al Jourgensen

Friday Poem

I wrote this short poem years ago, and I wish it wasn’t relevant any more…

“Peace!” is my battlecry,
With love I taunt my enemies, 73 more words

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On Turning Forty: Memories of Them

I’ve written ad nauseum about my brother Stephen’s death. For the past five years or so, my thoughts more often than not move away from his schizophrenia, away from the rough years before and after his diagnosis, before the attempt and the completion of his voluntary death. 686 more words

On Turning Forty

Back at it! Boycott Cancer shirts!

Folks,

We at johnstabb were pretty bummed out over the month of June.   But it’s July and our guy showed up in the world on July 12, 1961 so we’re gonna rally. 40 more words

John Stabb

On June 30, 1993.

On June 30, 1993, “Dischord ” label released “In on the Kill Taker”, the third Fugazi studio album. It was recorded November–December 1992, at “Inner Ear Studios” in Arlington, Virginia, and was produced by Ted Niceley, Don Zientara and Fugazi. 87 more words

A Chat with Ian MacKaye

I recently had the opportunity to chat with Ian MacKaye, straight edge godfather and a prolific figure in the D.C. hardcore scene, about his skateboarding roots.  1,259 more words

Andrew Murrell