Don’t miss this opportunity to see the Mutants at the Bottom of the Hill this Saturday April 30th at 9:00 PM! The Mutants will be co- headlining with Roy Looney and the Phantom Movers and joined by Apogee Sound Club for an incredible evening. Check out a clip by Lil Mike from the Mutants show 9/26/2016 at SF Punk Renaissance!
Get out of the rain and check out the opening for VOID CALIFORNIA 1975-1989 tonight from 6:30-8:30 at the California College of Art . Featuring artists from Ruby Ray, Joe Rees, to Matt Heckert and many more, this curated exhibit explores punk inflected media.
From the press release
“Void California surveys punk-inflected media that emerged from California subcultures in the late 1970s and 1980s. Encompassing zines, photography, collage, video montage, documentary film, and sound collage, the exhibition presents its artists and musicians as subcultural anthropologists, documenting a world at the brink of disaster.
Publications and artists included in the exhibition are Melody Sumner Carnahan, Randy Hussong, Cameron Jamie, Negativland, NOMAG (Los Angeles), Raymond Pettibon, Ruby Ray, Search & Destroy (SanFrancisco), Greta Snider, Matt Heckert, Survival Research Laboratories, Joe Rees/Target Video77, Vile (San Francisco), and We Got Power (Los Angeles).”
For additional info, check out the links below. Stop by and check out this outstanding exhibi!
Photo by Mark Hanford
The Mutants are always without parallel and Saturday at the Verdi Club was no different as they took the stage joined by Connie Champagne and Mia D’Bruzzi of Frightwig. Thank you to the Mutants for your support!
And THANK YOU to lilmike for capturing the video!
Joined by Sue! Photo by Mark Hanford
Fritz, Brendan and Peter Photo by Mark Hanford
Swirling guitar sounds filled 111 Minna as instrumental demi -gods, the Toiling Midgets, reformed and took the stage during SF Punk Renaissance. During their two year hiatus, many wondered if the Midgets would ever play again. This stunning performance on 9/25 reinforced their legendary status as they kicked off their return tour.
Thank you again for joining us in celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Punk
Eric Goodfield captured “No Paul No” in the featured video.
Photo by Mark Hanfield
Photo by Mark Hanford
Photo by Mark Hanford who captured so many exceptional performances with equally exceptional photos.
A brilliant performance captured by Eric Goodfield on 9/25 at 111 Minna during SF Punk Renaissance: The Wild, Beautiful, and Eclectic Side of Punk. Always an honor, a profound thank you
SOMA Winston Tong w Lx Rudis and Moucci, Richard Driskell, and Donovan Drummond
111 Minna Winston Tong w Lx Rudis and Moucci joined by Richard Driskell and Donovan Drummond All photos by Mark Hanford
Legendary vocalist/artist Winston Tong w Lx Rudis, Donovan Drummond and Richard Driscoll perform In a Manner of Speaking at the 40th Anniversary of Punk Renaissance event in San Francisco, CA at 111 Minna on September 25th 2015.
Thank you Eric Goodfield for brilliantly capturing their performance