Part of the 2016 UMass Amherst Libraries Special Collections and University Archives eleventh Annual Colloquium on Social Change entitled Documenting Punk. Featuring a panel of speakers including Lisa Darms, Ramdasha Bikceem, & Sara Marcus. The panelists discuss their experiences documenting and participating in the riot grrrl/punk scene in the 1990s. Discussion includes: efforts of the Fales Library at New York University to document the 1970s/1980s downtown New York art scene and the riot grrrl scene of the early 1990s. Moderated by Tanya Pearson & Jeremy Smith.
Music video for post-punk indie band from Central MA called If We Go At All.
Video by John Riley
Tags: As a Giant, If We Go At All, Post-punk, indie, rock, music video, John Riley
“All The Agony”
Chroma Squad is a tactical role-playing video game developed by Brazilian development team Behold Studios. The game is influenced by Super Sentai (Japanese superhero) TV shows, in particular by the American franchise, Power Rangers. The game’s development was funded via Kickstarter.
The game was released on April 30, 2015 for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. Digital distribution is available through Steam and GOG.
If you like the soundtrack, buy it on Bandcamp or Steam.
1. Power of Love, Chroma Squad! 0:00 – 1:15
2. All Play and No Work 1:16 – 3:42
3. Lights, Camera, Chromatize 3:45 – 7:00
4. Wait, what 7:01 – 8:15
5. My name is Cerebro 8:18 – 9:02
6. A little break from Saving the Planet 9:04 – 12:22
7. You there, to the Scene! 12:23 – 13:41
8. The Groove of Justice 13:42 – 17:05
9. The Perfect Plan 17:07 – 18:03
10. On to Plan B 18:06 – 21:12
11. That’s a Wrap 21:13 – 21:57
12. Hard Boiled 21:58 – 25:14
13. Amazing Entrance 25:17 – 25:55
14. Ain’t no Suit 25:56 – 28:56
15. Something Smells Fishy 28:58 – 32:22
16. Monster Jelly 32:23 – 33:04
17. Monster Jam 33:05 – 36:26
18. United we Stand 36:28 – 39:45
19. Here They Come 39:47 – 40:25
20. A Threat to Us All 40:27 – 43:38
21. Episode Delayed 43:39 – 43:55
22. This isn’t even my final form! 43:56 – 44:34
23. Friends in Danger 44:34 – 47:58
24. Destroy the City, Save the City 48:00 – 51:29
25. Apocalypse Cancelled 51:35 – 52:16
26. Bits and Pieces 52:19 – 52:28
27. Spoiled Kid from Outer Space 52:30 – 53:11
28. Dance to the Beating 53:12 – 56:32
29. The Voidbringer 56:35 – 57:08
30. Could This Be the End 57:10 – 1:00:32
31. Be Brave 1:00:34 – 1:02:05
[NOTE: I am not making any money off of ad revenue for this video. My Adsense account has been permanently suspended and I can’t be bothered to appeal it. Any advert is either the Original Creator’s (Behold Studios) doing or Youtube’s]
COVER OF THE CURE
BY THE CORONERS
The Coroners are a three piece band which formed in Holmfirth, UK in the Summer of 2010. As music genres go they are said to be a indie punk rock band. The band’s lead vocalist Robert Sharp also plays lead guitar, with Tom Craggs on bass and Daniel Battye on drums; both are the band’s backing vocals.
Musical influences The Cure, pinback, and Alkaline Trio; and it has also been said that they sound like Joy Division; fans of these bands might want to give The Coroners a listen.
Culture Club es una banda británica de new romantic/pop muy popular en los años ochenta, liderada por Boy George (vocalista), quien se destacaba por su estética glam y sexualmente ambigua; Roy Hay (guitarra), Mike Craig (bajo) y Jon Moss (batería). El sonido de la banda se caracteriza por combinar new wave y soul, con otros estilos como el reggae, calypso, salsa o country.
El grupo triunfó en los años ochenta con temas al mismo tiempo sensuales, alegres y creativos, siendo considerados un fenómeno de la música pop. En sus inicios, Boy George creó revuelo en sus apariciones por televisión, por sus maquillajes coloridos, ropa femenina y trenzas con las que se presentaba, mostrando un aspecto inequívocamente travestido. La banda destacó junto a otros grupos de new romantic como Duran Duran o Spandau Ballet.
Culture Club are an English band that were formed in 1981. The band comprised Boy George (lead vocals), Roy Hay (guitar and keyboards), Mikey Craig (bass guitar) and Jon Moss (drums and percussion). Their second album, Colour by Numbers, sold more than 10 million copies worldwide, and the band sold more than 150 million records overall. It has been certified triple platinum in the UK and quadruple platinum in the US. It appeared on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 100 Best Albums of the 1980s and is also included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
The band had several international hits with songs such as “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me”, “Time (Clock of the Heart)”, “Church of the Poison Mind”, “Karma Chameleon”, “Victims”, “It’s a Miracle”, “The War Song”, “Move Away”, and “I Just Wanna Be Loved”. Boy George’s androgynous style of dressing caught the attention of the public and the media. The group, supporters of the synth pop genre, made numerous forays into reggae and showed a strong propensity for the subgenre of ballads. They are considered one of the most representative and influential groups of the 1980s.
Ten of their singles reached the US Top 40, where they are associated with the Second British Invasion of British new wave groups that became popular in the US due to the cable music channel MTV. Culture Club’s music combines British new wave and American soul with Jamaican reggae and also other styles such as calypso, salsa or country.
In 1984, Culture Club won Brit Awards for Best British Group, Best British Single (“Karma Chameleon”), and the Grammy Award for Best New Artist. They were nominated the same year for the Grammy Award for Pop Vocal by Group or Duo but the English rock band The Police won the award. The band were also nominated for a Canadian Juno Award for International Album of the Year. In January 1985, Culture Club were nominated for an American Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Band/Duo/Group Video Artist, and in September 1985, they were nominated for two MTV Video Music Awards for Best Special Effects and Best Art Direction for their video “It’s a Miracle”.
In 1987, they received another nomination for an American Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Band/Duo/Group Video Artist In the UK they amassed twelve Top 40 hit singles between 1982–1999, including the number ones “Do You Really Want To Hurt Me” and “Karma Chameleon”, the latter being the biggest selling single of 1983, and topped the US Billboard Hot 100 in 1984. “Time (Clock of the Heart)” is included on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s list of 500 songs that shaped rock and roll.
Este video es de Culture Club
This video is for Culture Club
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