By Stephan Pisko A dance beat stylized version of (Sid Vicious) minus the reforming ritual retribution why does mind always mix substance abuse with radicality? Why is there such a strong desire to reproduce past personal identity actions? This is so prevalent within the musical eras’ of bygone generations’ that psychologically introduced (fashions + fads) psycho-philosophy influencing gender and mentality infiltrating mainstream thought patterns’ for … Continue reading Punk Rock Within The Disco Domain
By Vernon Nickerson Chelsea Christer’s reality drama-documentary “Bleeding Audio” will be a hot ticket for fans of fan favorite punk rockers “The Matches” as soon as tickets are available. If, like most feature length films in the COVID era, it is streamed, that platform had best be prepared to be shredded. Officially, “Bleeding Audio” is the deep, wide and multilayered story of an Oakland California … Continue reading 2021 Slamdance Film Festival Review Of “Bleeding Audio”: It Is The Holy Grail Of Alternative Punk Band biography…And So Much More!
By : Alystar McKenneh-O’Neil Think you know LA? Director Angela Boatwright unearths a part of Los Angeles culture that most Los Angelinos have never seen because we fly by on the freeway overhead never realizing that just below us, the new generation of angry, hopeless, frustrated kids are desperately seeking acceptance and acknowledgment and finding it when they all come together in the hidden backyards … Continue reading 2016 Slamdance Film Review: “Los Punks, We Are All We Have”