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Punk Rock Aerobics by Hilken Mancini

Punk Rock Aerobics by Hilken Mancini

Strap on your ankle sweatband, run that cassette adapter between your audio output and that boombox, and let's get sweating to something your mom's zoom instructor would never have the spine to do.
Artist Spotlight: Alex Paradox

Artist Spotlight: Alex Paradox

Setting out to capture with nostalgic appreciation the staying gold glory days of Roberta Bayley and David Godlis when they first lit the eyeballs of the world on fire via those inky pages of Punk Magazine, the new series from Austin's Alex Paradox, Punks, is a true to form reminder of how late seventies New...
Borzoi's "Big Pink"

Borzoi’s “Big Pink”

Bandcamp || Facebook || Instagram   In today’s bombardment of social media and endless clicking and scrolling, creativity often gets lost amidst the mass of noise, apparently missing its mark if it’s not promoted while it’s hot. Following up to last year’s Surrender The Farm EP, Austin’s punk trio Borzoi’s upcoming full length, A Prayer for...
"Air Supply" || ahem

“Air Supply” || ahem

Photo: Taylor Donskey   After a two year hiatus, Minneapolis trio ahem is back with an upcoming EP, Chutes and Ladders, due June 22nd on Forged Artifacts. An energetic five track record just in time to pair with the optimism of the coming summer, ahem draws forth an underground punk spirit with infectious power pop...
Mixtape Monday: Accident-Prone

Mixtape Monday: Accident-Prone

  The Dead Milkmen – Punk Rock Girl Sonic Youth – Dirty Boots Peter Murphy – Cuts You Up Joy Division – Disorder The Church – Reptile X – True Love Part 2 Gang of Four – Damaged Goods The Clash – The Guns of Brixton Buzzcocks – Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You...
Emotional Response Records' Typical Girls Vol 3 & 4: Couteau Latex's "Colere Vide"

Emotional Response Records’ Typical Girls Vol 3 & 4: Couteau Latex’s “Colere Vide”

  Confronted with the saturation of male-dominated voices in the punk and hardcore scene, Typical Girls aims to subvert that stereotype with fresh sounds that might otherwise go unheard of. A wink and nod to the Slits, Typical Girls celebrates all that is totally untypical and highlights a vast number of femme-sounds and experiences. A...
Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

Mixtape Monday: Tracks In Your Town

  Ali Wagner – Going Down Midnight Opera – Hounds at Sunset Très Oui – Séance Fishboy – Researching Writer Kyoto Lo-Fi – Godot Chief Perch – Jupiter Ellis Redon – Dreamers Michael Parallax – Get Destroyed  
Ex-Yu War Time ... A Day in the Life

Ex-Yu War Time … A Day in the Life

Photographer: Aleksandar “Alex The Great” Gligoric ( Instagram ) Stylist: Srdjan Sveljo Model: Marino “Neprilagodjeni” Milicevic                  
Burger Records SXSW Hangover Fest V

Burger Records SXSW Hangover Fest V

    We’re all aware how chaotic SXSW can be; with all the day and night parties, free tacos and beer, never enough coffee, and an endless amount of bands to revel in, the idea of a hangover party sounds mighty appealing. Come Sunday, March 19th, Burger Records is celebrating their fifth Hangover Fest at...
Sailor Poon's Yeast Pigeon 7" Release

Sailor Poon’s Yeast Pigeon 7″ Release

  For those of you looking to get into some trouble pre-weekend, Sailor Poon is bringing you a party to end all parties tomorrow night at The Museum of Human Achievement in Austin, TX. The all-girl punk/garage-rock posse are releasing their latest 7″, recorded by Travis Beall at Sweetheart Studios in Austin, TX. Featuring a...
Bands On Our Radar: Paper Spook

Bands On Our Radar: Paper Spook

  Just like kicking back with your old friend, Berlin-based duo Paper Spook like to indulge in cheap wine, fatty tofu burgers, and lots of terrible guilty pleasure TV shows. The band started playing together in 2015 and have already landed themselves a second EP entitled “Teenage Nightmare”, set to be released both digitally and...
SXSW Music: An Interview with Emily Nokes of Tacocat

SXSW Music: An Interview with Emily Nokes of Tacocat

  Upon listening to Tacocat, you can’t help but dance and groove along to their energetic power pop-punk tunes. Self described as “feminist sci-fi”, Tacocat’s quirky melodies and tongue in cheek feminist lyrics were a breath of fresh air last week at SXSW in Austin, Texas. Vocalist Emily Nokes took a moment to answer some...
Le Butcherettes Takeover!

Le Butcherettes Takeover!

  Teresa Suárez, better known as Teri Gender Bender and front-woman of Le Butcherettes, spent her former years growing up in Guadalajara, Mexico, where she witnessed the violent and misogynistic treatment of women first-hand. The balancing act of chaos and corruption tied together with the peacefully religious in her community allowed her to always consider...
Broken Guru's Bent Up Halo is Garage Psychedelia Meets Punk Attitude

Broken Guru’s Bent Up Halo is Garage Psychedelia Meets Punk Attitude

  Broken Guru’s sound can best be described as raw garage rock meets psychedelia with a wholehearted punk attitude in the mix. Life-long friends from New York, Rich Guerzon, Chrisy Fiero and Ray Fiero spurred the birth of Broken Guru back in the spring of 2013 and what resulted was a coherent honest mess of...
Death's N.E.W. Review

Death’s N.E.W. Review

  If you haven’t already heard of Death YOU HAVE TO CHECK THEM OUT.  These guys are living music dinosaurs that made one of the best punk albums I’ve ever heard like 40 years ago that went undiscovered until 2008.  You can almost imagine these three black guys rising from the music graveyard of forgotten...
A Touch of Glam

A Touch of Glam

Photographer : Winnie Baum Make-Up Artist : Lisa Pendl Alternative Model : Rosa Wagner Wardrobe : · Black Leather Dress and Bra by MIU MIU · Leather Boots by Nordstrom · Pants and Shorts by ZARA · Bracelets by MANGO · Waist belt by Coccinelle · Necklace by Echter     You can find more...
Chicago's Riot Fest

Chicago’s Riot Fest

Day 1: Once upon a time, Riot Fest Chicago turned into a swamp and alligators and babies covered in mud were found in mosh pits. Just kidding. If there was one word to describe this day it’d be miserable. The line up was sick as could be. But the mud – if I never see...
Get To Know Them: Naomi Punk

Get To Know Them: Naomi Punk

Naomi Punk’s music is simple but crazy, it’s both light and heavy on your ears, and it represents what the Seattle and Olympia areas are morphing into. As they prepare to release their second studio album Television Man, I had the chance to speak to them about their new work, their hometown, their art, and...
How to be a Rebel 101

How to be a Rebel 101

Do you still wear cargo shorts and think normcore is cool? Do like being basic and bland? Are you currently reading this article? If you answered yes to any of these, you are boring. You are the system’s bitch. You probably enjoy Special K for breakfast, which is not cool. So, to save you from your...
Happy Birthday, Vivienne Westwood!

Happy Birthday, Vivienne Westwood!

Happy Birthday to the one and only queen of punk, Dame Vivienne Westwood! You know how to drape a dress, that’s for damn sure, but you also inspire us to stack our plaid, rip every t-shirt we’ve ever owned, and never underestimate the power of a solid mohawk. This punk goddess has ripped through the...
One for the Locals: The Black and White Years

One for the Locals: The Black and White Years

Picture, if you will, the year is 2007. You and two of your friends from college have been playing in a band together for about one year, and you’ve secured a spot on the lineup at South by Southwest, amongst over 1,400 other acts. At the show, you open for a group of five bands,...
Mixtape Monday: Youth In Revolt

Mixtape Monday: Youth In Revolt

Mixtape Monday: Youth In Revolt from anonmagazine on 8tracks Radio. Fuck Bill O’Reilly – Island Raiders Operation –  Yuck Teenage Riot – Sonic Youth Fever Dreaming – No Age On The Run – Cerebral Ballzy Rebel Girl – Bikini Kill Freakin’ Out – Death Ms. Wrong – That Dog Lotta Lotta Ladies – Turbo Fruits Sex & Violence – The Exploited Plump – Hole...
Mixtape Monday: Bitch I'm Pootie Tang

Mixtape Monday: Bitch I’m Pootie Tang

Mixtape Monday: Bitch I’m Pootie Tang from anonmagazine on 8tracks Radio. VHS Sex – Com Truise Deadbolt – Skaters Lemonade – CocoRosie Velvet Morning – Weird Dreams Strange Tidings – Albert Hammond Jr. Nine Is God –  Wavves Wounded Hearts – Iceage Runner – Young Prisms Little Girl (Feat. Julian Casablancas) – Danger Mouse & Sparklehorse I Found The Ending – Dead Gaze Mud In...
SKATERS Presents: "Miss Teen Massachusetts"

SKATERS Presents: “Miss Teen Massachusetts”

  Remember SKATERS? Maybe this will refresh your memory (http://anonmagazine.com/indie-radar-skaters/). Well, THEY’RE BACK and are now offering us the chance to get on the interview train this week. Their single, “Miss Teen Massachusetts” won’t be educating you on world peace this year. Oh, no. SKATERS’ newest track off of their album Manhattan has Rolling Stone saying, “Hubbard...
One For The Metalheads: Fucking Invincible

One For The Metalheads: Fucking Invincible

Okay, prepare yourself. Fucking Invincible is about to fucking kill you. Hardcore punk meets power-violence meets your face being fucking annihilated in Fucking Invincible’s second EP, Downtown is Dead. Containing nine minutes of aggression and confusion and negativity, Fucking Invincible is fucking intense. Don’t be scared. Check it out.    
Mixtape Monday: Late Night Feels

Mixtape Monday: Late Night Feels

Mixtape Monday: Late Night Feels from anonmagazine on 8tracks Radio. Frozen Creek – Circa Survive We Are Life – Emarosa Waiting… – City and Colour Goodbye, Goodbye – Tegan and Sara Honey Bee – Seahaven Maybe Next May – Secrets Blood Bank – Bon Iver The Hardest Part Is Forgetting Those You Swore You Would Never Forget –...
Mixtape Monday: Pop Punk's Not Dead

Mixtape Monday: Pop Punk’s Not Dead

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Punk: Chaos to Couture

Punk: Chaos to Couture

As the opening date of the highly anticipated “Punk: Chaos to Couture” exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute approaches, the fashion world is in a frenzy over the slashes and safety pins of 70’s-era punk rockers. Unsurprisingly, this trend has yet to trickle down to my oh-so-fashionable hometown of College Station, Texas....
Not So Indie Radar: Jeff Rosenstock

Not So Indie Radar: Jeff Rosenstock

Raise your hand if you are familiar with Jeff Rosenstock. Wait, no… put your hands down, because I can’t see you, like, at all. Shit, this is awkward. Look, the point I’m trying to illustrate is that if I COULD see you, then it’s likely that many of you haven’t raised your hands, which is...
Indie Radar - SKATERS

Indie Radar – SKATERS

Quite possibly the greatest thing out of the New York scene since The Strokes, SKATERS capture an addictive, garage-pop sound that fuses elements of punk and indie dreaminess into a glorious combination of sounds. These sounds cannot simply be categorized into just one genre of music. I fell in love with this band during my...

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