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i tried showing my classmates how to scank and just let go. and tried introducing them to some different music.
it kinda sucks here in bc.
the punk scene is supposed to be awesome here and ive been here for 7 months and still haven't seen a single punk .
and raves died .....
hittin the beach, like whoa!
Leave replies if you'll be in san diego or at comic con
we'll xchange numbers and meet up
peace out nukkas
the more the merrier :]
My band, Fruit Punch, will be on tour with Queer Control Records (a record label for queer indie/punk bands) from Portland, OR to San Francisco, CA May 30- June 6. If any of these dates are near you PLEASE come out and see us and support queer music! We've never played the west coast before and probably won't get to again for quite some time.
I'm sorry for how large this flier is, I have no idea to resize it.
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More info available at www.queercontrol.com, click the link for "shows".
Hope to see you there!
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There was an explosive argument in the dining hall yesterday because someone called a band "pop punk" and at least one other person considered it "punk." Now, musicology aside, oughtn't we consider any well-known band as "pop?" After all, "pop" means "popular." Or should we restrict the use of "pop" to a the corporate, the preppy, the sellouts, the vapid? And what about bands like the Buzzcocks, who are generally classified as "pop punk" but are not generally treated like recent bands which fall in that classification?
And, I want recommendations: I'm going back to a mohawk. What colour should I dye it?