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POLITICS
911 For Peace by Justin Sane, Performed by Anti-Flag
911 For Peace by Justin Sane, Performed by Anti-Flag
Politics: Anarchism
Politics: Anarchism
Anarchy isn't Chaos
Anarchy isn't Chaos
I learned from Calvin and Hobbs
I learned from Calvin and Hobbs
More Calvin & Hobbs
More Calvin & Hobbs
GENRES
GENRES
Old Skool Punk
Old Skool Punk
Ska
Ska
MOVEMENTS
MOVEMENTS
Police Brutality
Police Brutality
MUSIC
MUSIC
FLYERS
FLYERS
Zen and Art of the
Zen and Art of the
ZINES
ZINES
Music Videos
Music Videos
Social Meaning
Social Meaning
Social Meaning
Social Meaning
The Punk Stereotype
The Punk Stereotype
A Perpetually boring History of Punk Rock
A Perpetually boring History of Punk Rock
Unlike any other musical genre, Punk rock was started as a deliberate
Unlike any other musical genre, Punk rock was started as a deliberate
HAIRSTYLE: The Mohawk
HAIRSTYLE: The Mohawk
HairStyle of Punk ROck
HairStyle of Punk ROck
Fashion and Style of Punk Rock
Fashion and Style of Punk Rock
STYLE
STYLE
Interview with a Punk Rocker
Interview with a Punk Rocker
Punk's Really About
Punk's Really About
This Project Courtesy of
This Project Courtesy of
Thank you Very Much
Thank you Very Much

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POLITICS

Punk Rock Politics vary or deviate, but nearly ALL stress the ideas of ACTIVISM involvement in the government, it makes NO sense to whine about the government when you take no part in it. DIY or better known as Do It Yourself. Some kids start a band, others start a zine- Anti-Flag. DIY withholds the idea that we are capable of producing our own items without the use of systems, specialists, etc. DIY is how bands get started. UNITY all work together to a greater ends. Unity, as one stand together- Operation Ivy.

3 911 For Peace by Justin Sane, Performed by Anti-Flag

911 For Peace by Justin Sane, Performed by Anti-Flag

*Excerpts from "I Have a Dream" by Dr. Martin Luther King*

It's in the paper every day You see it in the headlines and you feel so sick

As another life leaves this world, This world so full of hate but short, Short on compassion, short on humanity. Asking myself in vain, shaken by the shock do we even have a chance?

Chorus I don't want to die I don't want to kill We are all human It's time to prove it

This is a plea for peace (world peace) To the oppressors of the world (and to) To the leaders of nations, Corporate profit takers, To the every day citizen Greed, envy, fear, hate- the competition has to stop! When you see someone down - now is the time to pick `em up Set our difference aside and never look back!

*Repeat Chorus*

Isn't everybody tired of the fighting? Killing? Dying? Hatred? Violence?

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Politics: Anarchism

create a society run and controlled by those who actually produce the wealth of the world. We believe that it is possible to live without government and to put in its place councils and assemblies where the "ordinary people" can decide what happens to this wealth. We believe in the equality of all and that maximum solidarity is needed between workers and other oppressed groups if we are to defeat those who live off our sweat. Anarchists are against chaos-Workers Solidarity Movement.

5 Anarchy isn't Chaos

Anarchy isn't Chaos

Directly Democratic - Egalitarian Society

"If it were proved to me that in making war, my ideal had a chance of being realized, I would still say "No" to war. For one does not create human society on mounds of corpses." --- Louis Lecoin, Anarchist.

A Strong People do not need a strong Government-Darren Kramer, Impact Press

Anarchism people voluntarily cooperate to meet everyone's needs Free agreements between groups to satisfy needs and aspirations without bosses or rulers no government, law, authority. without sacrificing individual liberties. Anarchists are opposed to chaos.

6 I learned from Calvin and Hobbs

I learned from Calvin and Hobbs

Everything I need to know about Life...

The Media

School

7 More Calvin & Hobbs

More Calvin & Hobbs

Its the Patriotic Duty of citizens to challenge illegal laws- Tom Crumpacker, Impact Zine

War

Environment

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GENRES

HARDCORE

MODERN PUNK

Dead Kennedys

Hardcore music is often defined by screaming vocals, fast in your face music not quite punk, not quite anything else but hardcore.

Vision of Disorder

BLOOD FOR BLOOD

Mod Punk abandoned the oldskool sound, to a newer, fresher sound for a brand new generation of punk rock kids.

Fat Mike, NOFX

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Old Skool Punk

EMO

Buddy Holly

The Get Up Kids

Includes the older stuff that started it all, has a lot more of a raw sound. In relation with Oi and Street Punk.

Emo stands for Emotional. The music is "emotionally-charged punk rock." A lot of times it is said to be a post-punk form of music. Lyrics tend to be poetic, even whiney at times.

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Ska

Pop-Punk

Miscellaneous

MXPX

First originated in the 50's in Jamaica categorized into three different "waves." Jamaica ? spread to the UK and the US. often times combined with punk (skunk) Drums, bass, rhythm guitar, and HORNS are the elements that make up Ska.

The Mighty, Mighty Boss Tones

There are many other styles of music that do not fit in the above categories.

Pop punk is basically punk rock but a lot slower and more similar to pop. Vocals are usually weaker and melodic.

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MOVEMENTS

Vegetarian

sexism

Anti-Racist Action (ARA) Network of regular people working together to decrease racism, sexism, homophobia, bigotry, anti-Semitism, and the unfairness often suffered by the disabled, youngest, oldest, and poorest of our people. - The ARA

SXE = No drugs, No Alcohol, No promiscuous sex

No Meat or fish, No Gelatin, diff. categories

Consume No Animal Products

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Police Brutality

Myth: Getting tough on crime reduces crime. Fact: States with the toughest law enforcement have the most crime

852 people have been killed by cops since 1990, 797 of those people were shot to death. Guns dont kill people. Cops kill people.

Actual Occurrence at Binghamton University. Kid was handing out voting material.

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MUSIC

Underground Shows

Venues

Place where shows are held

The scene

Kids who attend shows

Flyers

Propaganda, advertisement

Bands

Small tours, DIY

Record Labels

Indie, non-corporate

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FLYERS

MISFITS

I went to this! With My boyfriend!

15 Zen and Art of the

Zen and Art of the

Mosh Pit

Collection of artists who practice the art of slam dancing

Fallen Moshers

Might get trampled, causing others to trip and fall. Benefits everyone to aid them in getting up.

Punks created Slam dancing

They had in mind releasing aggression while enjoying the music.

Objective of slam dancing

To dance, make physical contact, and bounce off others without hurting anyone

Objective of the Mosh Pit

To create an atmosphere which fosters unrestricted self-expression and interaction with live music.

Mosh Pit

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ZINES

Underground sources of media information, ideas, and knowledge are spread. Can be in form of newspapers, pamphlets, leaflets, flyers, or whatever the imagination can construe.

Shortened from magazine Contain art work, opinions, articles, reviews, cartoons, etc. Are usually very entertaining.

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Music Videos

Song: AUTOMATIC This was our first video we ever did and pretty much is just equal parts of two shows. The first was a free show we put on in downtown Gainesville for the release of Losing Streak. The second was for a cable show outta Chicago called JBTV. Check out the guy in the Winnie the Pooh costume, and I think the only "train spanking" on video, weird.- LTJ

Punk bands create music videos for fun and to get their music out Little to no restrictions are placed on music videos. Some may be edited or altered for television viewing. MTV finds a majority of the most recent favorite punk bands videos and airs them. Some bands do not allow this.

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Social Meaning

It's about the MUSIC, not the Money.

Punk As a Label: You can listen to anything but dont label anything with spiked hair, punk, and dont label anything with a break down, hardcore, because its not. No matter how the mainstream sees it, it will always be more. It will always be something they can not touch because it lives in our hearts and not in our wallets. Ryan, Punks Before Profits

Dont let them buy you, they cant sell you your own style. Punk is about individuality, not buying a pyramid belt, pair of dickies, and chuck taylors to become punk. If that made you punk, then anyone and everyone could be punk

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Social Meaning

Mainly for the unheard

Express yourself

Create and develop as a person

Gender, Age, Race, Sexuality

DIY no specialists or systems

20 The Punk Stereotype

The Punk Stereotype

Loudly aggressive, disrespectful, and violent. Individual struggle for attention you only look/act like that because you need attention. Do not think before act, self-absorbed do not think of others before acting. like to break things, destroy Support and believe in chaos

No TRUE punks fit this stereotype.

Jock core

Punk ain't no religious cult, Punk means thinking for yourself. You ain't hardcore cause you spike your hair when a jock still lives inside your head! The Dead Kennedys

21 A Perpetually boring History of Punk Rock

A Perpetually boring History of Punk Rock

The New York Dolls (Mercury, 1973) Coated in lipstick and powder, looking like drag queens after a particularly hard night out

The Ramones Its Alive 1973. Part of The Velvet Underground and CBGBs bands.

The Sex Pistols, started in the UK. Some believe began the punk movement.

22 Unlike any other musical genre, Punk rock was started as a deliberate

Unlike any other musical genre, Punk rock was started as a deliberate

reaction to the mass commercialism of music. In the year 2000, it's common to see someone "being A punk," rather than seeing someone "be punk. In the late 60's and early 70's, the music industry rang eerily familiar in its method of promoting trends over music. The public was being spoon-fed music that corporations simply intended to make a profit from. The backlash to this came to be known internationally as Punk rock. In New York, around the early 1970's, young, virtually unknown artists like Patti Smith, the Velvet Underground, and the Dolls of New York, changed later to New York Dolls, brought about a new style of "alternative-bohemian entertainment, rooted in a "do-it-yourself" attitude. Short, frenetic songs, aggressive, sometimes confrontational stage presence, and angry messages against consumerism hit the stages at venues like New York's CBGB's, starting the movement that would be known as punk rock. Most importantly of all, punk's legacy lies in its introduction of self- employment and activism. It illustrated that anyone can do it themselves, without reliance on the commercial media or the luxury of having financial abundance. Against the backdrop of mass consumer conformity, the punk rock movement made a statement of individuality that was heard worldwide. By Charles Oh

23 HAIRSTYLE: The Mohawk

HAIRSTYLE: The Mohawk

The haircut synonymous with punk rock. It has had a long and varied history, moving from its origin as a ceremonial hairstyle for the Native American Iroquois tribe of Mohawk.

It also stands as a symbol of defiance against oppression and in support of the natives. (Native Americans or what some of you people call Indians.)

Originally, it represented an awareness and anger towards the existence of povety (and desire for change) by punk rockers.

Mohawk DOWN

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HairStyle of Punk ROck

: Part 2

LIBERTY SPIKES

Tom

A variation of the Mohawk was liberty spikes, a crown of spikes that ran from ear to ear across the forehead instead of front to back.

Street Spikes

The Unseen

Neal, The Last Hope

25 Fashion and Style of Punk Rock

Fashion and Style of Punk Rock

patches

Piercings

The Universal Punk Shoe.

Skate shoes

Dickies pants

Backpacks

Bondage Pants

Tattoos

NOTE: Many people who are in the scene do not display these fashions, these are just some of many fashions often portrayed by punk rockers.

skate-punk baggy shorts, wallet chains patches, band t-shirts, colorful hairdos, Pyramid-studded belts

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STYLE

More Punk Rock

Punk Rockers are notorious for their style. Many continue traditional styles seen in earlier days, others try to develop their own look, some choose not to make a spectacle of themselves with odd and crazy styles, and still others choose the simplicity of band t-shirts and pants.

Some choose to sport vintage looks, and many choose to shop at thrift stores (such as the Salvation Army), purchasing clothes at a reasonable price while not contributing to the profits of growing corporations.

27 Interview with a Punk Rocker

Interview with a Punk Rocker

Name: Tom Punk means: A community Favorite Bands: LTJ, Rancid, Earth Crisis Has his own band If you start your own band: Play music that everyone in band likes Got him into Punk: Message of unity Different moods: May feel Emo at one moment, then a little Hardcore Anything else?: Drink the booze you lose

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Punk's Really About

..Us

Truly, Punk Rock is and always has been about the punk rockers. It is a community made up of those who participate, there are no requirements, it is the freedom to express yourself through this median of music.

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This Project Courtesy of

..

Your Narrator, the creator, Kristina

Punktopia http://bgaze.tripod.com/punktopia/movements.html Anarchy info - http://flag.blackened.net/revolt/wsm.html Yesterdayland http://www.yesterdayland.com Anarchy Archives - http://dwardmac.pitzer.edu/Anarchist_Archives/kropotkin/britanniaanarchy.html Thomas Dewing interview, ideas, and inspiration. Mosh Pit - http://www.altx.com/interzones/gangsta/mosh.html History - http://mt.essortment.com/punkrockhistor_rapl.htm Anti-Racist Action http://www.ara.com CrimethInc http://www.crimethinc.com Impact Zine http://www.impactzine.com Anti-Flag http://www.anti-flag.com Ryan &Punks Before Profits- http://www.angelfire.com/punk2/punksbeforeprofits

30 Thank you Very Much

Thank you Very Much

Any questions, comments, words of wisdom?

Less Talk, More Rock! To truly get the full real experience of punk rock, youd have to pick up some albums and attend some real punk shows, not the kind where you pay $25+ for ONE ticket!

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