Displaying items by tag: Punk

Wednesday, 11 November 2020 10:33

Sonny Green –Grenade

A few years ago, I had the pleasure of working with and interviewing Sonny Green, a smartly dressed wordsmith hailing from Southend, who is sharp with swagger, and a cheeky smile.

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Wednesday, 11 November 2020 10:01

Buzzcocks & Magazine - [Early Years Full Documentary]

What's On Special documentary about Buzzcocks, produced by Granada TV and broadcast on 27 July 1978.

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Thursday, 05 November 2020 11:26

Vanderocker The Good Punk EP Reviewed

The Good Punk, produced by Brandon Eggleston (The Dandy Warhols; Modest Mouse) is the latest EP from Vanderocker, the brainchild of Los Angeles resident Adrienne Vanderocker, who boasts a rich classical musical background that originates from her Dutch family who resided in ‘The Live Music Capital of the World’, Austin, Texas.

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Monday, 02 November 2020 11:16

Green Day – Dookie (Full Music Documentary)

This is the critical review of the album that set Green Day on the road to superstardom. For the first time Larry Livermore, the man who discovered Green Day and nurtured the band to the verge of its commercial breakthrough, speaks about life inside the world of Green Day, and his early experiences with the band when they were known as Sweet Children.

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Monday, 02 November 2020 10:37

Elvis Costello and The Attractions (1977 - 1986)

Declan Patrick MacManus was born in 1954 in London and his father, Ross MacManus was a musician and bandleader. Declan grew up in Twickenham and like his father had strong musical leanings. In 1971, he moved with his mother to Birkenhead, Cheshire, to finish his schooling. Aged 17, he formed a folk duo called Rusty, with Allan Mayes.

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This is the true story of the Ramones featuring founder member Tommy Ramone, long-suffering tour manager Monte A. Melnick, art director Arturo Vega and Hilly Kristal, founder, and owner of CBGBs

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Tuesday, 07 July 2020 18:26

NY77 The Coolest Year In Hell

Out of chaos came creation. From the South Bronx came hip hop. From the Lower East Side, the thrashing guitars of punk.

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Marc Bolan TV documentary.Dandy in the Underworld. 1997.

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Friday, 22 November 2019 15:22

How the Game of Roulette Could Become More Punk

When writing down which video games are best for punks, the casino game of roulette probably isn't going to be on there. The game may be enjoyed by popular musicians and it may have red and black two popular punk colours, but it's a game with rules and dealers who dress in suits. Punks will probably play music games such as Guitar Hero and Rock Band.

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Thursday, 21 March 2019 14:07

A Band Called Death

I am a bit late to the party with the new tv revolution in the form of Netflix and Amazon, so I have been playing catch up. Being a huge music fan, I immediately started working my way through the documentaries on James Brown,

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