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The Music Machine, "Talk Talk"

Talk Talk The Music Machine (Original Sound, 1966)

Talk Talk is one of the earliest examples of protopunk, music from the mid-1960s to the mid-1970s that influenced punk rock. 82 more words


Film Review: A Band Called Death

Man, this was a great picture.

“A Band Called Death” chronicles the lives of the Hackney brothers, sons of a preacher in Detroit, who went on to record some amazing music, essentially playing punk rock before punk rock was really even a thing. 206 more words


Film Review: Salad Days - A Decade Of Punk In Washington, DC (1980-90)

“Salad Days” is another documentary I found on Amazon Video. If you’re a fan of the DC hardcore punk scene from the early 80s, you should find this pretty interesting. 231 more words


Film Review: House of the Rising Punk

“House of the Rising Punk” is a German documentary about punk music, primarily in America but they do cover Sid Vicious and the Sex Pistols, albeit from an American point-of-view. 206 more words



Like most Suicide songs, Cheree is a lesson in mood.  It takes what could be a beautiful, pop-perfect keyboard line and perverts it with droning feedback and mechanical drum beats.   95 more words


Film Review: Blank Generation

I’ve been a fan of Richard Hell and the Voidoids my whole life. It wasn’t until recently, however, that I discovered that there was a film that serves as a companion piece to his album “Blank Generation”. 360 more words