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CENSORSHIP NOW!!

CENSORSHIP NOW!!
IAN F. SVENONIUS
Akashic Books
Street: 10.09.15

Censorship Now!! is the latest book by Ian F. Svenonius—best known for his membership in the hardcore punk band, The Nation Of Ulysses, and is a collection of essays that range on topics of art censorship from “Censorship Now” to “The Rise and Fall of College Rock: Mow yuppies and NPR gentrified punk.” Initially these topics suggest that there are ideas that serve to provoke intelligent conversation and allow the exploration of the possibility of needed controversy. Unfortunately, despite this premise, I cannot help but find that the prose flounders like a fish on dry land and gets lost in the execution.

Dig the full book review published @ SLUG Magazine!!

Positive Force: More Than A Witness; 25 years Of Punk Politics In Action

Positive Force: More Than A Witness; 25 years Of Punk Politics In Action
Director: Robin Bell
MVD Visual
Street: 11.25.14

It’s always good to see what is preached in song lyrics, then practiced through example. Director Robin Bell takes the viewer through the extensive history of DC based punk-activist group Positive Force. Bell explores the origins during the Reagan era, the establishment of their communal headquarters, the beginnings of Riot Grrrl, the modern-day controversial affiliation with the mainstream and what it means to be an underground movement.

Check out the full review @ SLUG MAG!!