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From 1979 to 1982, the sickest band in the world was Washington D.C’s BAD BRAINS. Without even trying, they helped to create hardcore as we know it; if you asked Minor Threat or S.O.A who was their biggest influence, hands down they would say BAD BRAINS. From day one, these

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Leave it to Don Letts to be a part of one of the best documentaries about skinheads, called The Story of Skinhead with Don Letts. What I love about this is that it takes the viewer back to the roots of this subculture before it was hijacked by the National Front.

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It’s Thursday, time for an injection of instant chaos into your life: a full set from VOID in 1983, performing in Philadelphia, courtesy of the homie KillThatCat. Watch the audience erupt!

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Symbols carry power in all cultures, and when they are appropriated by another group, their power can also be hi-jacked and twisted. Such is the case with the Swastika, a symbol of good luck and peace that was around for thousands of years before the Nazis decided to use it as their

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I could go on for days about what it was like to be a punk in the 80’s, but would be boring! Check out this rad documentary that explains it much better than I ever could (the interview with Chuck Dukowski makes this extra rad because he is so articulate). Just

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Last week, I saw a very powerful and inspirational documentary about pro skater Brian Anderson coming out.  This film will give you a glimpse into the fears he had before coming out, and how his friends all had his back, as they should! Press play below so you can see for yourself

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