MARCH 2011 NEWS

SIDE ONE DUMMY RECORDS NEWS – GET 6 FLOGGING MOLLY ALBUMS FOR $20! For a VERY LIMITED TIME we are offering a St. Patrick’s day sale on our entire catalog of Flogging Molly CD’s. You can get all 6 albums we have released (Swagger, Drunken Lullabies, Within A Mile Of Home, Whiskey On A Sunday, Float and Live at The Greek Theatre) for $20! We only have 200 of these packages available so order QUICK before they are all gone! You can order HERE.

JUICE MAGAZINE POP QUIZ WITH NO REDEEMING SOCIAL VALUE (NRSV)
Band Name: NO REDEEMING SOCIAL VALUE
Musician’s Name: MAJOR DAMAGE (VOCALS)
FILL IN THE BLANK
The easiest way to piss me off is…. drink the last beer in the fridge.
What I do to piss people off… vote.
If I had to choose another profession, I would be a … race car driver.
If I ruled the world for a day I would… throw a keg party, dude.
My Mom wanted me to become a… mortician/ funeral director
The worst band in history is… the Rolling Stones or Aerosmith – they both suck!
The best band of all time… the Kinks or the Ramones (it’s a tie)
Can you do a stupid human trick, if yes, what is it… i can drink enough whiskey to sink a battleship.
The nastiest thing I’ve ever seen on a tour bus is… the bathroom.
When alone, I pass time by… smoking weed.
When I party I try to have plenty of… weed.
The best band I’ve heard lately is… Das Racist.
In 15 years, I’ll be doing… smoking weed.
If I could hang with anyone in history for a day, it would be… Hank Williams Jr.

LEARN MORE ABOUT NO REDEEMING SOCIAL VALUE HERE – http://www.nrsv.com/

SHROUD EATER | BEER BACON & BLUNTS MINI TOUR – Debut full-length ‘ThunderNoise’ out now
MIAMI – Miami stoner metal rock trio, Shroud Eater, has revealed the dates for an upcoming mini tour with fellow South Florida act, Hollow Leg.  The “Beer Bacon and Blunts Mini Tour” is set to kick off in St. Augustine, FL on March 22nd, and will cut through the southern part of the country before wrapping up in New Orleans on March 26th. The dates for the five-day excursion are…
Tuesday, March 22 – Stay True Tattoo, St. Augustine
Wednesday, March 23 – Highland Inn Ballroom, Atlanta, GA
Thursday, March 24 – House Show – 1126 South 28th Avenue, Hattiesburg, MS
Friday, March 25 – Here Today, Gone Tomorrow Thrift, Baton Rouge, LA
Saturday, March 26 – Siberia, New Orleans, LA

Shroud Eater is touring in support of its doomanic debut full-length, ThunderNoise, which the band self-released in January.  Fans are encouraged to vote for Shroud Eater and ThunderNoise in the second round of the “Sludge Region” of HeavyPlanet.net’s head-to-head band competition.
The DIY effort is available for purchase in a multitude of formats.  The record is also streaming in its entirety at the same location. Shroud Eater is: Jeannie Saiz – guitar/vocals, Janette Valentine – bass, Felipe Torres – drums. www.shroudeaterrocks.com

SMOKE & ROLL : A THEO HAND PHOTO EXHIBIT – Saturday March 12, 2011 at The Join, 8771 W. Pico Blvd. Los Angeles, CA. Live performance by Natural Remedy.

TOO FAST TO LIVE, TOO YOUNG TO DIE! – TOO FAST TO LIVE, TOO YOUNG TO DIE– Selections from California Punk – February 25 – March 26, 2010. Opening Reception: Friday, Feb 25th 2011 / 7 – 11 p.m. Musical performance at 9pm
FEATURING WORK BY EDWARD COLVER, SHEPARD FAIREY, GLEN E. FRIEDMAN, JENNY LENS, DAVE MARKEY, RAYMOND PETTIBON, JORDAN SCHWARTZ, WINSTON SMITH. Original flyers, posters, set lists and more from Bryan Ray Turcotte (Fucked Up + Photocopied). Curated by Katherine B. Cone and Jon Cournoyer. TOO FAST TO LIVE, TOO YOUNG TO DIE is a selection of photography, art and ephemera from the California Punk & Hardcore scene with an emphasis on the explosive period of the late 70′s and early 80′s. This exhibition features creative pioneers who were present for the detonation of the Southern California scene and whose imagery helped capture and craft it’s angles, attitudes, music, fashion and sub-culture. Additionally, reflections of other punk scenes throughout California and contemporary collaborations will be presented that were inspired by one of the most potent and relevant periods of individual expression in California history. Edward Colver has been a Los Angeles-based photographer for over thirty years creating some of the most iconic images of the L.A. punk scene early in his career. Self-taught he had his first photograph published after just three months. A fixture of the early SoCal scene, its been said, “If you went to a show and Edward Colver wasn’t there shooting pictures, you were at the wrong show.” The retrospective exhibition and publication, “Blight at the End of the Funnel” was hosted by Cal State Fullerton in 2006 and the documentary “American Hardcore” featured many of his images.

Glen E. Friedman is based in New York City and is one of the most revered photographers of his generation, continually capturing rebellious individuals from the musical and youth sub-cultures. In 1982, he photographed, art directed and published the influential punk zine “My Rules”, one of the first comprehensive documents and commercially successful chronicles of the American hardcore punk scene. Continuing through the 1980s and 90′s, he captured classic punk and hip-hop images of Black Flag, Minor Threat, Public Enemy, Run DMC and more, many of which are considered the subject’s definitive portrait. Since 1997 his exhibition, “Fuck You All” has been consistently traveling both nationally and internationally, highlighting important works that span throughout his prolific career. His photographs are in the collections of institutions such as Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Smithsonian Institute and the Experience Music Project Museum. Shepard Fairey is based in Los Angeles and is the founder of the Obey Giant street art campaign. Obey Giant was largely modeled after the D.I.Y., by any means necessary, ethos of punk rock. Fairey heard the Alternative Tentacles comp “Let Them Eat Jellybeans” in 1984 and was energized by the music including California bands like Black Flag, The Dead Kennedys, Flipper, and the Circle Jerks.

Jenny Lens, MFA, a native Angeleno, immediately rose to prominence with her first photos of the Ramones first west coast tour, August 1976, ending with the Clash, England, July, 1980. She shot revered and iconic photos of X, Germs, Iggy Pop, Blondie, Patti Smith and many more. Her images are extensively seen in and grace the covers of many major punk books, CDs, DVDs, docs, TV. She is hailed as the most published West Coast photographer documenting the early punk scene of 1976-80. In addition, her popular online postings of historical recollections continue to provide accurate first-hand insights into an often under-documented scene, especially from a West Coast woman’s point of view. Her solo book, “Punk Pioneers, When Punk was Fun,” was published by Rizzoli/Universe. Dave Markey and Jordan Schwartz are the founders of the zine “We Got Power” which documented the Southern California punk scene in the early 1980′s. The subsequent photographs it produced uniquely captured this important period. Schwartz was also a producer for Lovedoll Films and served as press and booking agent for SST Records during this period. According to the 1985 Rolling Stone article he was one of the last people to sleep on the floor of the now-legendary record company, “If you work for SST Records you have to be prepared to sleep on the floor”. Markey’s work in film/video created some of the most important documents of it’s time and included collaborations with Sonic Youth, Raymond Pettibon, Nirvana, Mudhoney, The Ramones, Black Flag and many more. His films have been in festival screenings both national and internationally, including the United Kingdom screening tour entitled “Desperate Cinema” in 2005. A solo exhibition of his films was hosted by Seventeen Gallery in London in 2009. Most recently a selection were included in the Sonic Youth internationally traveling retrospective “Sensational Fix”. Raymond Pettibon is based in Venice, California and is a leading figure in the international artworld who sprang from the world of California punk and illustration and whose work is now in the permanent collections of galleries and museums throughout the world. His early artistic roots lie in music, specifically in the Los Angeles punk rock scene designing artwork for SST Records and bands such as Black Flag, The Minutemen, and Sonic Youth. He has had museum exhibitions at MOCA, SFMOMA, Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Whitney Museum of American Art, Centro de Arte Contemporaneo de Malaga, Spain and many more. He has been the recipient of numerous awards including the Bucksbaum Award in relation his installation at the 2004 Whitney Biennial. Winston Smith is a San Francisco-based artist whose roots lie in punk rock album cover design and collage imagery. His early work involves album art for the Dead Kennedys and has gone on to create over 50 record covers and has had numerous international exhibitions of his artwork over the last thirty years. Last Gasp has published a large selection of his work and he recently had a retrospective exhibition “Deep Dimension” in San Francisco, CA. subliminalprojects.com

REVOLUTIONS – THE ALBUM ARTWORK OF SHEPARD FAIREY – Exhibition dates: 3/12 – 4/23/11 at the Robert Berman Gallery C2. 2525 Michigan Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90404. Obey Giant Art x Subliminal Projects x Robert Berman Gallery are proud to present Revolutions, a project featuring the album cover art of Shepard Fairey. On exhibition from March 12th thru April 23rd at Robert Berman’s C2 gallery, will be over 80 pieces of punk, rock, new wave, jazz, and hip-hop inspired artwork based on the 12″ record cover format. To mark this occasion, two special limited edition album cover print box sets will be released for the exhibition. Please join us for the opening celebration on Saturday, March 12th, 2011, 8-11pm.

ROB MACHADO SEASIDE PRO JUNIOR – PRESENTED BY HURLEY AND REEF – THE ONLY ASP SANCTIONED PRO JUNIOR EVENT IN SAN DIEGO – Proceeds From Charity Golf Event and Surf Contest to Benefit The Rob Machado Foundation (RMF) and Cardiff SEA. SURFER is pleased to announce that the Rob Machado Seaside Pro Junior presented by Reef and Hurley is now the only ASP Pro Junior 4-star competition in San Diego. The event, which will commence at Seaside Reef on April 22-23, 2011, will also include a Super Hero’s themed charity golf tournament at The Crossing at Carlsbad on Monday, April 18, 2011.
“The Rob Machado Seaside Pro Junior presented by Hurley and Reef is the only Pro Junior event in San Diego and represents the third of eight events on the men’s ASP North America Pro Junior Series,” said ASP Regional Media Officer, Bobby Shadley. “The surfers competing on the regional series are looking to finish within the top four on the ASP North America Pro Junior Series ratings in order to earn a berth on to the ASP World Junior Tour for 2011.”
This event will also serve as the first of three stops on the Women’s ASP North America Pro Junior Series, where the overall North American winner qualifies for the ASP Women’s World Junior Tour. Proceeds from both the golf tournament and surf contest will go toward the Rob Machado Foundation (RMF) and it’s benefactor Cardiff SEA, a volunteer, non-profit organization representing parents, staff, and community members concerned with improving the education of children within the school district. The Rob Machado Seaside Pro Junior will be webcast live at www.robmachadoprojunior.com both days.

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