What a find: the fashion book from 1977 “How to look punk” was written as an attempt of a guide on how to dress and use make up to look punk, found on Smith Journal. And here their suggestions on … Continue reading
The life plays it’s own music and that soundtrack has it’s own tune. Once passionate punks, these people talk about they past and where they are now in life. nice and very interesting life stories Never mind the bus pass: … Continue reading
“Ramones and the birth of Punk” – one of a kind exhibition in NY, The Queens Museum and the GRAMMY Museum in LA, celebrates the legacy of this iconic band. Everything is there – from fan memorabilia, handwritten lyrics, albums, … Continue reading
A short documentary on Punk and how it influenced and changed the people, rebellion and society: Don Letts, Judy Blame and Roger Burton tell us all about it.
Short documentary about the Chinese punk band “The Pumpkins” and their creative and existential struggles for Converse on Noisey. A very nice portrait:
Yes, if it looks like this! Gabba Hey Music School in Grenada, Spain is a little architectural gem made from reinforced concrete, completed in 2015. and made by CUAC Arquitectura. “Gabba, Gabba Hey”, the battle call of Ramones became the symbol … Continue reading
SNOW – PATROL 😀
The 15 Best Movies Related To The Punk Rock Movement 19 May 2015 by Larissa G. Pierry via tasteofcinema.com The year is 1977. CBGB. Ramones. Sex Pistols. Mohawks, ragged clothes, crazy hair colors, leather jacket and boots. DIY. Three-Chord songs. Teen … Continue reading
Theres a nice package about the time Punk in New York was still young and innocent 🙂 published by label Ork records including 4 Lps, a book full of photography work by David Godlis and 45s. Get it here. See all of the … Continue reading
Something awesome is coming up our way! This one is for music and documentary/movie lovers alike: “Danny says“, named after a ballad produced by Phil Spector and written by Joey Ramone, is a documentary shot by Brendan Toller, features the life … Continue reading
The wild child David Godlis roamed the 70s and took pictures of bands and musicians at the legendary CBGBs using the long exposure in available light refusing to use flash which was very popular among the photographers at the time. … Continue reading
“Yangon calling” ist the name of the crowdfounded documentary following the subculture of punks in Myanmar fighting the brutal military regime using secret cameras made by the maker Alexander Dluzak & Carsten Piefke! Super-interesting!