|Weekend: Making Punk Great Again Double-Show! TSOL (The Glass House, L.A.)|
|LA's Glass House, Pomona, hosts "Punks Against Trump" double show (OC Weekly).|
Red White and Blue
|Girls can scream, too. Just ask Alice Bag in The Decline of Western Civilization.|
|Punk's Not Dead (It isn't?)|
|We Were Going to Change World|
Early on the Circle Jerks was one of the greatest ensembles in the L.A. scene because they were fast, to the point, and very catchy. Morris had ethics, disgust with the government. and a sense of humor.
The Vandals took everyone for a loop with this catchy and sarcastic yarn about wanting to be a cowboy during the great Western phase of Los Angeles fashion sometime in the 80s. This is it over scenes from Suburbia, all about what hardcore punk was really like.
VOID was one of my personal favorites, berserk, pure power and disdain
Girls yell, too
Super Heroines, or Wendy O. Williams of the Plasmatics and Alice Bag of the Alice Bag Band and Lorna of the Germs, Julie form Sin 34, those runaway gals from Detox. Grrl power!
Then metal took punk and sold out
(Saturday Night Live) Maybe one day there'll be a reunion show.