1. NEVER FORGET.

    NEVER FORGET.

    3 weeks ago  /  0 notes

  2. Check Yr Math: UF250

    "In 2006, the New York City Police Department (NYPD) was involved in a half-million encoun- ters with pedestrians who were stopped because of suspected criminal involvement. Raw sta- tistics for these encounters suggest large racial disparities—89 percent of the stops involved nonwhites. Fifty-three percent of the stops involved black suspects, 29 percent Hispanic, 11 percent white, and 3 percent Asian, and race was unknown for the remaining 4 percent of the stops. Forty-five percent of black and Hispanic suspects were frisked, compared with 29 percent of white suspects; yet, when frisked, white suspects were 70 percent likelier than black suspects to have had a weapon on them."
    -Analysis of Racial Disparities in the New York City Police Department’s Stop, Question, and Frisk Policies


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  3. spaceritual:

Latex first show! Stoked to play with these bands. Flyer by meeee


This one’s a must-see. Clear your calendars!

    spaceritual:

    Latex first show! Stoked to play with these bands. Flyer by meeee

    This one’s a must-see. Clear your calendars!

    (via gettothegigphl)

    3 weeks ago  /  28 notes  /  Source: spaceritual

  4. This photo, by Alyssa Tanchjja, is maybe the best Paint It Black live shot ever, as our disgusting faces are mercifully omitted. It and many others from the Philadelphia DIY punk scene are currently on display at PhilaMOCA as part of a cool photo show called “Crowd Control”, also featuring the work of Stephen Dyer, Sharp Hall, James Borders and Yoni Kroll. Worth a visit if you can spare a few minutes. https://www.facebook.com/events/279947498828040/

    This photo, by Alyssa Tanchjja, is maybe the best Paint It Black live shot ever, as our disgusting faces are mercifully omitted. It and many others from the Philadelphia DIY punk scene are currently on display at PhilaMOCA as part of a cool photo show called “Crowd Control”, also featuring the work of Stephen Dyer, Sharp Hall, James Borders and Yoni Kroll. Worth a visit if you can spare a few minutes. https://www.facebook.com/events/279947498828040/

    1 month ago  /  15 notes

  5. Saturday Show

    Just a reminder that we’re playing in NYC on Saturday with Hop Along, Night Birds, and Bad Canoes.
    Brooklyn Night Bazaar
Saturday March 8th
 6pm It’s gonna be rad!

    Although the show is free, our friends from the @AliForneyCenter will be on hand to accept your donations of new t-shirts & socks & cash!
Please visit them at AliForneyCenter.org to learn more about how you can help homeless LGBTQ youth. Check yr privilege. See you in Saturday!

    1 month ago  /  4 notes

  6. Despite @NoiseyMusic’s talk of “headwalking,” at this Saturdays show in NYC, we’re generally unamused by macho ritual. Real punks can differentiate between energy and violence.

    1 month ago  /  18 notes

  7. Fashion is an interface. Genre is a pair of golden handcuffs. Punk is a methodology.

    1 month ago  /  11 notes

  8. Some anglophile shit

    The Smiths, Robert Smith, & Smithers-Jones have saves our lives more times than we’d care to mention.

    2 months ago  /  2 notes

  9. Collabs

    Who else (besides us) would fantasize about about a collaboration between Smokey Robinson circa-1965, and Dan Higgs circa-1994? The possibilities are endless.

    2 months ago  /  2 notes

  10. Celebrate

    This weekend, instead of celebrating football, an obvious metaphor for American imperialism (and it’s inherent futility), can we just all fucking agree to celebrate Dischord’s release of the S.O.A. demos?

    2 months ago  /  17 notes