Experimental artwork by Geoffrey Lillemon

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By Autumn Whitehurst in New Art on Wednesday 6 November 2013

Geoffrey Lillemon is interested in changing our perceptions. Pushing at the boundaries of digital art, his work explores the potential of the interactive playground that is the internet. Though much of his genius is born out of personal endeavors, his unrestricted vision has brought him to the attention of clients such as Bernhard Willhem and […]

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New music video from Alterna-Punk band Future Of The Left

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By Brad Lamers in New Music on Tuesday 12 February 2013

I was lucky enough to catch the Alterna-Punk band Future Of The Left on tour in St. Louis this winter while I was home for the holidays. I have been a fan of Andy ‘Falco’ Falkous for years, going back to his previous band Mclusky. He is a force of nature. This show featured a […]

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My First Hardscore Song by 8 year-old Juliet

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By Gerry Mak in New Music on Monday 23 January 2012

Despite my love of heavy metal and punk, I never really got down with hardcore, basically because I’m allergic to overt machismo. If all hardcore was made by 8 year-old girls, I might have a different opinion about the genre.

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Punk Head design by Geyik Adam

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By Husein sonmez in New Design on Friday 22 July 2011

Punk Head is a punk hat, nothing more, nothing less. This somewhat bizarre design by Geyik Adam fits every punk head. Including ours. Hooray.

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Punk collective Di Nigunim’s Fascist Degradation

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By Katherine Sweetman in New Music on Friday 19 November 2010

Di Nigunim is an anarcho-klezmer punk collective from San Diego. Politically and musically radical, Di Nigunim plays an intense brand of punk rock inspired by traditional Jewish music and employing an expansive rotating roster of musicians who rip shit up on accordion, piano, sax, trumpet, and drums.

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Shaka Ponk’s Hell’o

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By Casper Johansson in Video on Friday 19 March 2010

Paris-based Shaka Ponk’s sound blends electro, rock, punk, and dance with a stunning live show that combines advanced digital animation and an unsurpassed display of energy from the band members.

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The Almighty Defenders’ Bow Down and Die

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By Lost At E Minor in New Music on Wednesday 8 July 2009

This morning, Stereogum premiered the first slab of lo-fi gutter gospel from Vice Records super group The Almighty Defenders, a meeting of might between Atlanta garage goblins The Black Lips, Berlin-based soul punker King Khan, and Mr. BBQ himself, Mark Sultan. Conceived during the Lips’ Berlin exile (after their VBS documented ejection from India), the […]

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Will Sergeant, Echo and the Bunnymen

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By Amy Freeborn in New Music on Thursday 2 July 2009

Echo and the Bunnymen were spawned in the creative and fertile hub of Liverpool’s late-70s punk scene, borne from oft-discussed ambitions eventually called out. The three original members, who ‘didn’t really know what they were doing’, chose to perform — sink or swim — in support of Teardrop Explodes, and became cult icons; post-punk pioneers.

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By Gerry Mak in New Music on Wednesday 27 August 2008

Stretchheads were a great, spazzy punk band from Erskine just outside of Glasgow. They were a group of merry pranksters for the nuclear age, crunching out frantic, sproingy squall with a demented sense of humor, predating the Boredoms and transcending the spikes-and-leather punk scene that had begun to wear out its welcome in the UK […]

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