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Punk culture--Washington (D.C.)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Daisy Rooks collection

 Collection 0452-SCPA-ROOKS
Abstract Daisy Rooks (b. September 11, 1975) is a scholar and an educator who was also a participant in the Washington, D.C. hardcore punk music and fanzine scene as a teenager and young adult in the 1990s. Rooks was involved in the production of numerous zines, most notably Not Even. Along with her sister and friends, she was also a part of the Chicks Up Front Posse, an informal group that fought against sexism in the hardcore punk scene. The Daisy Rooks collection...

Ian MacKaye digital collection of punk fanzines

 Collection 0415-SCPA
Abstract Ian MacKaye (b. 1962) is an American musician, record producer, and co-owner of Dischord Records. The Ian MacKaye digital collection of punk fanzines contains material from 1978 to 2020, and remains ongoing; the bulk of the material dates from 1986 to 2003, when MacKaye was a member of the punk band Fugazi. This collection contains digitized versions of print fanzines that MacKaye collected pertaining to punk music, culture, and communities both domestic and international. Many of the items...

Shawna Kenney collection on punk and alternative rock

 Collection 0449-SCPA-KENNEY
Abstract Shawna Kenney (b. 1969) is an author and instructor who was active as a concert promoter in the Washington, D.C. punk subculture of the late 1980s and early 1990s. She also co-edited and published the fanzine No Scene with Pam Gendell from 1986 through 1988, which features interviews with punk bands and reviews of concerts and recordings. Along with Gendell, Kenney promoted concerts at the Safari Club in Washington, D.C., helping to build a second wave of hardcore...