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Matthew Call Pleasing the Crowd. Photo: Dan Levy Double Decker Am Jam 2012 Double Decker Am Jam 2012 From Florida to Philly, some of the best Ams on the right coast descended upon Double Decker Skatepark in Fayetteville, NC, for two days to compete for $5,000 in cash and prizes at the 2012 Am Jam. The heat index outside Read More
Jordan in the Punk Shack | photo - David Markey WE GOT P0WER Immortal are the words of Black Flag, if only in the inked bars or scars that grace your flesh. Along with Black Flag bands like the Circle Jerks, the Minutemen, Redd Kross, Youth Brigade, D.R.I. and Suicidal Tendencies cajoled chaotic individuality across Read More
FOSSJ #7 – FRENCH OLD SCHOOL SKATE JAM Brand new 'crete just opened up in France with this skateable art piece designed and constructed by Korean artist Koo Jeong-A. Called Vassiviere Skatepark it is the first phosphorescent bowl around. It's located smack dab in the middle of an open air Read More
O'Mahoney Mondays O’MAHONEY MONDAYS: T.A.Z. 1975 saw the first and best skate art from Jim Evans (aka T.A.Z). Evans' early work in the 1960's included comic strips for the L.A. Free Press. He also drew Slow Death Funnies and Tales From The Tube collaborating with Rick Griffin. This beauty is the Read More
JJ Rogers JJ ROGERS INTERVIEW BY ANDY ROY INTRODUCTION BY TODD PRINCE PHOTOS BY BRUCE RODELA   The first time I ever heard of J.J. Rogers was through Joe Lopes when we were hanging out in San Jose. Lopes would tell me stories about how fucking gnarly he was, Read More
FDR FDR: DAN TAG INTERVIEW WITH DAN TAG INTERVIEW BY JIM MURPHY INTRODUCTION BY JIM MURPHY PHOTOS BY PHIL JACKSON AND ZOLI   After Burnside took off, the skaters in Philadelphia knew it was their turn to step it up and start building some renegade concrete Read More
WAYNE KRAMER WAYNE KRAMER INTERVIEW BY JASON JESSEE INTRODUCTION BY DAN LEVY PHOTOGRAPHY BY LENI SINCLAIR   Kick out the jams and don’t be afraid to be a revolutionary. In the late ‘60s when free love and a free spirit was the norm, a band called MC5 came charging Read More
C.R. STECYK III C.R. STECYK III INTERVIEW BY DAN LEVY INTRODUCTION BY DAN LEVY PHOTOGRAPHY: WARREN BOLSTER AND C.R. STECYK III   If true validation is in the process of creating then Craig is constantly validated. The beginning and the end are arbitrary as his work is a reflection Read More
FRED SMITH FRED SMITH INTERVIEW BY STEVE OLSON INTRODUCTION BY STEVE OLSON PHOTOGRAPHY BY JIM NOONAN   Keep on, what it is that you dig. Do it cuz you dig it, and keep on... Fred Smith, that’s right, doing it... Whatever it is, and Freddie does. What Freddie Read More
Obnox aka Lamont Thomas POP QUIZ: OBNOX, I’M BLEEDING NOW LP OUT TODAY "… I decided I wanted to do a recording that was raw and blown out, done quickly for cheap. So we opened up the four track tape machine with a lot of scotch, whiskey, and reefer around, for one of the funnest sessions I’ve ever had." - Lamont “Bim” Read More
The Von Ehrics POP QUIZ: THE VON EHRICS TEXAS THRILLBILLIES THE VON EHRICS TO RAID BORDELLO BAR IN LOS ANGELES ON JUNE 17On Stage: 11:00 PM New Album Two Foot Stomp in Stores Now “Sounding like The Replacements in their prime, mixed with the old school cow-punk of The Gun Club, [Jason] Read More
No Redeeming Social Value POP QUIZ: NO REDEEMING SOCIAL VALUE 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, Read More
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