In a rare conversation with Anthony Bourdain, Harley Flanagan shares his incredible experiences in the limelight of the music and arts scene of the Lower East Side as a young kid. It was New York City in the 1970s.
Why Be Something You’re Not was a public access show run by punks in Detroit on cable TV. There were two known episodes filmed, the first featuring interviews and performances by the Necros, Negative Approach, and The Displaced, and the second with interviews and performances by the Crucifucks, Fate Unknown, and the Misfits.Negative Approach do a fucking great set with material from the EP and LP plus a few unreleased songs,
Nice piece by Henry on the impact that the Ramones had on his life and his friends life’s too. He takes us back to a time before punk rock and going to Arena Rock shows. Great little piece if you have a spare 20 minutes. Check it out
Check this amazing footage of the legendary Plasmatics live on German TV back in 1981
They rip through three songs from their 1980 debut record, New Hope for the Wretched—“Living Dead,” “Butcher Baby,” and their psychotic cover of Bobby Darin’s 1959 hit, “Dream Lover.”