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Recently, a very good friend of the AZPunk.com family, and all-around awesome dude, Danny NSK of North Side Kings tragically lost his house and all of his possessions to an accidental house fire. Miraculously, no people or pets were harmed in the fire, but their lives were complletely devastated. But with his horrible loss, brings and opportunity for you to finally do something selfless for once in your life. If Danny ever entertained you in any sort of way, whether you've thrashed out to a live NSK show, whether you've shared a kindly laugh while he was checking your ID at the door, . . .
Once upon a time, AZPunk.com had a vast resource page, where users could submit links to local recording studios, music stores, and other businesses or organizations that could assist a local punk in finding the right kind of info for stuff they really need to get their hands on. Well, we haven't gotten around to getting that resource section back up on the new site yes, but we still have plenty of local and national resources that could possibly help you out at one point or another. Below, you can browse through our current list of resources that we've been both gathering since the relaunch, as well as some old classics that managed to find their way over from the old site. Let it be known that this list is nowhere near complete, as we're still looking for local links to add. If you have a resource that could . . .
Valley of the Scum is a local zine based in East Mesa. We provide coverage of the local Rock'n'Roll music scene here. Punk, Garage, Rockabilly, Psychobilly, Rock'n'Roll, anything you want. If you're a local band, that can't get coverage from The New Times or any of the other non-existent music press ... holler at us! We don't care how cool you look, how many 'roadies' you have, or who did you hair. We want to Rock'n'Roll. Bop and shout. Plain and simple. Move us and we'll move you. In the pants. Mesa! Tempe! Phoenix! Scottsdale! Glendale! Peoria! Even Apache Junction! If you're in the local Metro-Phoenix area, . . .
Many American ska bands, both past and present, have been majorly influenced by punk. In fact, the music of some of the "ska" bands that have been more widely accepted has been considerably more punk than ska (think Less Than Jake, Mighty Mighty Bosstones, etc.). Historically, Arizona has had one of the better ska scenes in the country, believe it or not. In the mid to late 90s, ska bands could be seen at venues almost every night of the week. One of the more popular weekly ska events being Moonstomp Wednesday's at Boston's in Tempe. This was the epitome of ska's thriving metro-phoenix scene in Arizona during the late 90s. While the popularity of the music has waned over the years, and the size of the local ska scene has diminished, . . .
The latest Fall Dates for Rhythm Dragons Billy 3.0 Tour (Part 2) that starts October 1st.
Anarchy 520 Radio Show 9pm @ See Details • All Ages • Free Show! with 1. -the Clash – Know Your Rights, 2. The Slits- Not Anyone’s Little Girl, 3. Death- Politicians In My Eyes, 4. The Hives- Supply And Demand, 5. Rachid Taha- Rock El Casbah, 6. The Vaccines- Teenage Icon, 7. Iggy And The Stooges- I Got A Right, 8. Fishbone- Fight The Youth, 9. Pat
Latest album "Billy 3.0"by Rhythm Dragons plus all the past catalog of original songs by Phoenix,Arizona's own Rockabilly trio "the RHYTHM DRAGONS" - check it out at : https://www.itunes.apple.com/us/album/billy-3.0/id814571587
Check out the Latest album "Billy 3.0"by Rhythm Dragons plus all the past catalog of original songs by Phoenix,Arizona's own Rockabilly trio "the RHYTHM DRAGONS" - check it out at : https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/billy-3.0/id814571587
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