So the 80s flatlined. In all honesty the 80s wasn't really my favorite decade to cover as it did have some great moments, but the music was nowhere near what the 70s and 60s produced. Because of that, I am done with decade playlists. So if you were really wanting a 90s list, might want put that next to a new album by The Postal Service. I have decided to try my hand at genre playlists and this weeks we are kicking things off with Punk. Now, when I say Punk I don't mean Pop Punk (don't argue with me on this one) which isn't Punk at all. I'm talking about the underground hardcore stuff of the 70s, 80s and early 90s. The stuff that was full of angst, anarchy and destruction. When Punk had a message like that of the 60s. When I think of "Teen Riot" I think of Punk and the scene, not some crappy ass album copilation put out by Razor and Tie full of 80s Teeny Bopper bands. I love this list so much, I could care less if it get's featured! OK enough of my ranting, here we go!
Internationally published, journalistic style concert/theatre/music industry photographer and music journalist. Currently shooting for Buzznet, Alternative Press, Townsquare Media(Diffuser.FM and Loudwire), New Noise Magazine, and Seattle Music Insider.
A Tribe Called Quest, Death From Above 1979, Foo Fighters, Led Zeppelin, Mastodon, Motorhead, Muse, Pearl Jam, Radiohead, Rancid, Slayer, Social Distortion, Stone Temple Pilots, The Beatles, The Decemberists, The Flaming Lips, Wu-Tang Clan
A Clockwork Orange, Boogie Nights, Dazed and Confused, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, High Fidelity, Pulp Fiction, Rushmore, The Big Lebowski, The Social Network, Trainspotting
Favorite TV Shows:
Daria, Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Portlandia, The Boondocks, The State
A Clockwork Orange, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Stranger