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Pulley – Esteem Driven Engine (Full)
CBGB – Wake Up Your Memory Bank
Meet Punkitty The Punk Rock Kat!
Punkitty Ready For A Punk Rock Show! Continue reading Meet Punkitty The Punk Rock Kat!
Vehicles and oblivious pedestrians are a potential enemy. Texting and riding is treason. When you’re out you scan for new spots. It’s not some toy, it can be how you get around as much as an outlet. It leads to injury and adventure. You’ve learned some creative first aid. You may by about tech and trick and I may be speed in style, but we’re in it together. Security guards who don’t get it are a drag. Those who do are our enablers. You don’t “grow out of it” if you’re real. If you ever age out you’ll still smile … Continue reading Skate Life
Maty’s Corner #16 Pulley: The Esteem Driven Engine Still Matters
Maty’s Corner #16 Pulley: The Esteem Driven Engine Still Matters Pulley started up in 1994, right in the beginning thick of the Southern California skate punk revolution of music that shaped my life. This 5 piece hard hitting melodic punk unit is led by Scott Radinsky who was no stranger the punk scene by 94 having been in Scared Straight during its 10 year existence (83-93) being heavy hitters in the Nardcore Mystic Records scene. They then went on to become skate punk greats Ten Foot Pole. Radinsky was in charge of that unit for their first 2 releases then … Continue reading Maty’s Corner #16 Pulley: The Esteem Driven Engine Still Matters
Duane Peters Biography Update 2014
The Master Of Disaster Adds Another Chapter To His Skate Punk Book Of Horrors! I’m sorry to announce this about a friend and hero of mine, Skateboarding and punk rock legend Duane Peters has come under the gun again in what looks to be yet another tragic chapter in Duane’s life. Last Friday the 7th of February, Duane Peters committed career suicide, which now we hear, may end up with time spent in state prison for felony domestic violence. Technically he was charged with, “felony willful infliction of corporal injury.” This news has already affected the industry in some areas … Continue reading Duane Peters Biography Update 2014
Rich Monday With A Lengthy Backside Board Slide
Local legend Rich Monday throws down a high speed slide at Modesto banks! This is a street skating spot that Rich Monday discovered while construction crews were still building it. It has a 5 foot transition wall and a lip at the top worthy of a nice grind, or in this case a long slider. At age 40 Rich Monday shows the youngsters, that some things do get better with age. “Live To Skate, Or Die Trying!” Continue reading Rich Monday With A Lengthy Backside Board Slide
Maty’s Corner #7
Maty’s Corner #7 Good For You Greg Ginn & Mike Vallely New Band Together A new blast of punk fucking rock y’all oughtta know about is Good For You. This was put together by Greg Ginn of Black Flag and Mike Vallely of Mike V and the Rats/ Revolution Mother and all around bad ass skater. The album Life Is Too Short Not To Hold A Grudge is an 11 track blast from hard core past. The sound is reminiscent of My War era Black Flag. Greg’s lines scream of those old days and Mike’s voice is somewhere between Rollins … Continue reading Maty’s Corner #7
Maty’s Corner # 5
Maty’s Corner Issue #5 Henry had a T.V. party, D felt like a gringo and Milo went to college A Story of SST Records and the South Bay sound SST which stands for Solid State Transmitters was started by Greg Ginn in 1966 as a business that sold electronics equipment. It would not become a record label until 1978. 12 years to go from slanigin’ electronics to the label that would form an entire sound and scene. Now, we cannot quite tell the story of this label without proper focus on the big 3 bands of the South bay. Those … Continue reading Maty’s Corner # 5