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California punk trio the Last Gang already are making a mark on the punk scene with their infectious hooks. Today sees the release of their new video for the super-catchy track “Sing For Your Supper,” along with the announcement of their debut album Keep Them Counting.
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The Distillers confirm they’re back, with vocalist and guitarist Brody Dalle announcing they’ll play Atlanta’s Shaky Knees Music Festival in May.
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Misfits Dec. 30th at LA's Forum

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We last left you with an update that Glenn Danzig had put his old house—yes the house infamous for having a pile of bricks in the front yard that brought down the property value of the neighborhood in Los Angeles—up for sale after being vacant for a number of years.
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After a powerful intro courtesy of opening acts Garbage and Sky Ferreira, Blondie took the stage at the Hollywood Bowl on July 9 to deliver a jam-packed set of hits old and new.
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"Are you with the pussies or the punks?" Everyone's taking a side over the recent Dickies controversy.
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#SUPPORTLIVINGARTISTS advocate to liberate artists from financial friction & lubricate your creative channel
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When David Bowie died last year, it was the first time I’d felt the death of someone I’d never actually met. He was the face of a movement that I didn’t belong to, but that had opened the door for so many subcultures that I do consider myself a part...
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In early 1977 The WEIRDOS mighty sound and singular style were the big-bang igniting the L.A. punk rock scene. In a 1977 interview for SLASH magazine they proclaimed "we're not punks, we're weird
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Punk Rockers added a new photo.
May 9, 2017
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