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ALL OVER THIS TOWN

hardcore. morrissey. bullshit.
all live photos by alloverthistown unless otherwise credited.
Sep 29 '14

OFFICIAL TIHC 2014 VIDEO #21: TURMOIL

http://hate5six.com/player.php?album=3060825
http://hate5six.com/player.php?album=3060825
http://hate5six.com/player.php?album=3060825

Mixed and Mastered by Pat Henry and Len Carmichael in Ewing, NJ (http://on.fb.me/Ne4R7W)
Photo by angelaxowens.com

(Source: hate5sixofficial)

Sep 28 '14
hate5sixofficial:

Here’s my honest opinion on the Joyce Manor drama. Shows SHOULD be safe for people and a band has a right to stop if they feel people in the audience are acting inappropriately. They do not have to keep playing. The degree of that safety should be a topic of discussion as things like stagediving have been an integral part of punk/hardcore since its inception (not to imply JM falls into those categories, but rather a historical observation). 
What I take particular issue with is when a band claiming to maintain a “safe space” at shows feels justified in handling a stage diver by grabbing them from the crowd and forcibly dragging them on stage, and continuing to touch them on stage without their consent (attempting to take a swing at them) and finally condescending to them from behind a mic in front of the entire audience. That is no better than the “entitled” behavior they are trying to abolish.
This shirt is satirical and is meant to illustrate the absurdity in how this situation has been handled, and is being used as a vehicle to raise money for Women Against Abuse in Philly.
If you hate the shirt, that’s fine.
If you think it’s a gimmick, I implore you to donate some money to a women’s shelter in your community.
If you think there should be a serious discussion about ableism and creating safe environments for people at shows, that’s awesome and I hope you’ll invite me to the conversation because it should happen. Touching someone without their consent and shaming them when they don’t have the agency to defend themselves in kind is not what that conversation looks like.

hate5sixofficial:

Here’s my honest opinion on the Joyce Manor drama. Shows SHOULD be safe for people and a band has a right to stop if they feel people in the audience are acting inappropriately. They do not have to keep playing. The degree of that safety should be a topic of discussion as things like stagediving have been an integral part of punk/hardcore since its inception (not to imply JM falls into those categories, but rather a historical observation). 

What I take particular issue with is when a band claiming to maintain a “safe space” at shows feels justified in handling a stage diver by grabbing them from the crowd and forcibly dragging them on stage, and continuing to touch them on stage without their consent (attempting to take a swing at them) and finally condescending to them from behind a mic in front of the entire audience. That is no better than the “entitled” behavior they are trying to abolish.

This shirt is satirical and is meant to illustrate the absurdity in how this situation has been handled, and is being used as a vehicle to raise money for Women Against Abuse in Philly.

If you hate the shirt, that’s fine.

If you think it’s a gimmick, I implore you to donate some money to a women’s shelter in your community.

If you think there should be a serious discussion about ableism and creating safe environments for people at shows, that’s awesome and I hope you’ll invite me to the conversation because it should happen. Touching someone without their consent and shaming them when they don’t have the agency to defend themselves in kind is not what that conversation looks like.

Sep 24 '14
Sep 10 '14
Aug 16 '14
Adamantium
showcase theatre, corona CA
"photo by: cat"

Adamantium

showcase theatre, corona CA

"photo by: cat"

Aug 16 '14
Sensefield
1994 
photo by Gabe Bowne

Sensefield

1994 

photo by Gabe Bowne

Aug 15 '14

comejoinfriends:

Eleven Thirty-Four @ The Huntington Beach Library
Huntington Beach, CA
1995

Jul 31 '14

hate5sixofficial:

Panic
August 9, 2013
The Electric Factory
Philadelphia, PA

Soundboard mix by Len Carmichael (on.fb.me/Ne4R7W)

Jul 19 '14
Unbroken
Showcase Theatre, Corona CA 1996
photo by Gabe Bowne

Unbroken

Showcase Theatre, Corona CA 1996

photo by Gabe Bowne

Jul 8 '14
Jul 7 '14
fucknopowerviolence:

Joe Denunzio, lead singer of Infest, wishing you a happy Fourth of July!

fucknopowerviolence:

Joe Denunzio, lead singer of Infest, wishing you a happy Fourth of July!

Jun 13 '14
Snapcase
original zine layout 1996. photos from Los Angeles and Showcase Theatre, Corona CA

Snapcase

original zine layout 1996. photos from Los Angeles and Showcase Theatre, Corona CA

Jun 12 '14

1995

Jun 12 '14
ad for Eyelid “days infected” ep

ad for Eyelid “days infected” ep

Jun 12 '14
unfunzine:

4x6 b&w photo print scanned & printed on super thin blue print paper. These images look really old & worn. Los Crudos from Damaged City, Enough Said & Fury from this past weekend. These are 24x36. Free as always.

unfunzine:

4x6 b&w photo print scanned & printed on super thin blue print paper. These images look really old & worn. Los Crudos from Damaged City, Enough Said & Fury from this past weekend. These are 24x36. Free as always.