We Owe You Nothing: Punk Planet : the Collected Interviews

Daniel Sinker
Akashic Books, 2001 - 346 páginas
Cultural Writing. Includes interviews with Jello Biafra, Black Flag, Noam Chomsky, and Steve Albini, among others. PUNK PLANET is indespensible reading for anyone and everyone who is at all interested in vital music that has yet to be co-opted, commodified, or covered to death in the mainstream press. Passionate music writing for the right reasons -- Jim DeRogatis, Chicago Sun-Times/ author of Let it Blurt: The Life and Times of Lester Bangs. In principle, the idea doesn't seem that outrageous: Why not create a magazine about music and politics that doesn't have its hands tied behind its back from the start, freed from the shallowness and trend mandates of official media, the insularity and disciplinary bifurcations of academia, and the ideological blinkers that held back Maximum Rock n Roll? Simple, right? So try thinking of anyone but PUNK PLANET who's pulled it off -- Eric Weisbard, Village Voice.

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Chicken soup for the DIY soul, I found this book more inspiring and enlightening than I imagined it would be. I recommend it to anyone who isn't afraid to live their life according to their own ... Leer reseña completa

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Over the past six years, Daniel Sinker's Chicago-based Punk Planet has grown from being one of the better self-published fanzines dedicated to punk culture to a professional, income-generating ... Leer reseña completa

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