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All posts tagged "punk rock"
“Horror Rock”: Horror movie maven John Russo’s 1989 music video compilation featured the clown princes of L.A. punk, the Dickies
Horror Rock — now streaming over on our Night Flight Plus channel — was first produced as a VHS title in 1989 by the legendary horror movie maven John Russo (screenwriter, novelist and occasional actor and film...
- Posted February 2, 2017
“The Dicks from Texas”: The influential punk band who were hometown heroes to Austin’s misfits
“If you were a misfit, The Dicks’ music was for you.” Those words open up the documentary The Dicks From Texas, now featured on Night Flight Plus. While the Ramones were the kings of punk rock on...
- Posted December 16, 2016
“History Lesson Part 1: Punk Rock in Los Angeles in 1984″: We jam econo with D. Boon & the Minutemen
In the spring of 1984, teenage punk enthusiast Dave Travis began videotaping some of his favorite L.A. punk bands at their gigs, including the Meat Puppets (from Phoenix, Arizona, actually), the Minutemen, Twisted Roots and Redd Kross,...
- Posted September 1, 2016
“Dope, Guns & F*cking Up Your Video Deck, Vol. 1″: A compendium of Amphetamine Reptile’s early 90-era noise punk videos
We have the Dope, Guns & F*cking Up Your Video Deck, Vol. 1 featured under our Music Documentary category over on our Night Flight Plus channel, but it’s not really a traditional “documentary”: think of it more...
- Posted May 14, 2016
Under The Big Black Sun: Night Flight talks to Tom DeSavia about the late 70s L.A. punk scene
The recently-published Under The Big Black Sun: A Personal History of L.A. Punk (Da Capo Press) — written by longtime friends John Doe (co-founder of the seminal L.A. punk band, X) and Tom DeSavia (Head of Creative...
- Posted May 3, 2016
Goin’ Wild in the Streets: Remembering the Circle Jerks’ “Group Sex” photo shoot
For a few short years at the end of the 70s and the beginning of the 80s — from the fall of 1978 until the fall of 1981 — the Marina Del Rey Skatepark was the ground...
- Posted April 15, 2016
Filmmaker Bill Perrine gives Night Flight an exclusive look at “It’s Gonna Blow!!! San Diego’s Music Underground 1986-1996″
Bill Perrine is the director and producer of It’s Gonna Blow!!! San Diego’s Music Underground 1986-1996 a film about San Diego’s DIY music scene and its uneasy relationship with the mainstream. It features interviews and performances from...
- Posted April 7, 2016
“Snuff Rock”: Alberto Y Lost Trios Paranoias’ piss-take parody on the ultimate punk rock act of rebellion
In September 1977, an iconoclastic, absurdist Manchester-based UK outfit calling themselves Alberto Y Lost Trios Paranoias would release an EP called Snuff Rock, on the Stiff Records label, featuring songs about a rock singer named Norman Sleak...
- Posted March 15, 2016