File size: 991 mb
[From the dvd site]
In the late 80s and early 90s a vibrant underground music scene emerged in Little Rock. Unlike other towns, Little Rock's scene was composed almost entirely of kids. 14-18 year-olds were booking their own shows, starting record labels, opening record stores and playing with large national acts. In the process they would build a tight-knit, flourishing underground community that existed completely outside of the High School norm and was all their own. The film focuses on the roots of the Little Rock scene, how it changed the lives of those involved, the enormous DIY ethos that has shaped the scene for the past 20 years and how the scene continues to thrive as its pioneers hit their mid-30s.
I found this film in the public library close to a year after it's expected release in theaters. Interviews include Ian McKay, Henry Rollins and other founders of what is the American punk scene. I encourage people to get this film in its full version from Mattson
for their libraries as well. The package has three cds and booklet. The second and third cds are of the bands.
The torrent is given each spring in April/May to provide new inspiration for DIY music scene in summer.
Please help to reseed and support your local bands. And your support of OBT donations is appreciated.
Notes written April 21st, 2011
Apr 21, 2011, 21:43:10
Number of files
23d , 12h 53m 22s ago