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Dance of Days: Two Decades of Punk in the Nation's Capital


Publisher:Soft Skull Press



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Our nation's capital's churning, politically-insurgent punk scene is studied for the first time, by D.C. activist Mark Andersen. D.C. spawned Straight-Edge Hardcore, the ascetic rejection of the world's addictions and dysfunction, as well as Emo-Punk, the tendency to rage with an emotive, howling melodicism. Andersen and Jenkins focuses on Ian MacKaye, Dischord Records, and Bad Brains as well as obscure but influential bands like No Trend and Overkill.

Possible Cross Promotional Opportunities with Dischord Records, who may release a musical accompaniment/compilation CD, and a special Music Media campaign.

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