This section of my website is for the bands that I don't have enough material on (or interest in) to devote a whole section to. This will also be a kind of clearing house for interviews and stuff that I scan in and/or OCR for other websites (such as the excellent Kill From the Heart) as well as material I'm gathering for upcoming webpages.
Most of the interviews are plain text (the ones in bold are html). If someone else has htmled 'em up, I'll provide a link to the fancy version as well.
If you have anything you'd like to see added to this section of my website, email me and I'll see what I can do.
I don't necessarily like all the bands here (frex, Jello Biafra's voice ruins the Dead Kennedys, and MDC only held my interest for about thirty seconds...) or agree with them (Killing Joke and their millenial frenzies are as good an example as any), but I felt the material was interesting nonetheless...
2004/11/13: Added a Freeze setlist.
2003/08/25: Added a bunch of Naked Raygun interviews. Figger out which are new for yourself. Added Melvins and Nirvana interviews too.
- Adrenalin OD:
One of the early Dangerhouse bands, and a pretty good one at that.
A long forgotten midwestern band. Contemporaries (and neighbors) of Negative Approach and the Necros. Pete Zelewski, their guitarist, also did Real Threat fanzine with Dave Lozon. It looks like the Allied will get a release of some sort in the future. Keep your eyes peeled for more info.
If anyone has further Allied content (interviews, pictures, tapes) email me.
- Angelic Upstarts:
- Big Boys:
- Black Flag:
Did a good single, two great tracks on the Busted at Oz LP and a mediocre 12" EP before splitting.
- Dead Kennedys:
- Die Kreuzen:
- Flesh Columns:
- Heart Attack:
- Husker Du:
- Jerry's Kids:
- Killing Joke:
Industrial/post-punk dance music that DOESN'T suck.
- Man Sized Action:
I'd do a webpage on the Minutemen, but I wouldn't know where to start.
- Naked Raygun:
- Negative Approach:
- Newtown Neurotics:
I'd planned to do a webpage on them, but the official site has all the stuff I was going to include
- press release for Kickstarting a Backfiring Nation, front, back 
Awesome live band--I'd planned to do a webpage on them, but Andre never followed up to my interview questions.
- Sex Pistols:
- Strike Under:
Were a fantastic band who managed to release one 12" (pretty bland) and two live tracks (pretty fantastic).
- Young Lions:
The Young Lions are an obsession of mine. They released one LP that was half-godlike, half godawful, and no one seems to know jack shit about them. They were a Toronto "hardcore" band who listened to british punk like SLF, heavy metal like Motorhead and lots of reggae. While they were active they managed to release three demo tapes (reward offered for original copies!) and had one (mediocre) track on the "Something to Believe In" compilation LP. The band split in 84, then reformed and released the "Welcome to the Freakshow" LP. That's all I know about the band. Any one with demo tapes, flyers, photos or other interviews, email me!
- Youth Youth Youth: