Jun 18, 2014
The soft art of D.C. Hardcore
But when Lucian Perkins, then a 26-year-old photo intern at The Washington Post, had his dinner at a bar, restaurant and performance venue called d.c. space interrupted by noise coming from upstairs, he couldn't ignore it.
Punk the Capital's James Schneider on the Doc's Rare Footage
It's a busy week for D.C. punk nostalgia. Tomorrow night at the Black Cat Backstage , Punk the Capital 's D.C.-based directors James Schneider and Paul Bishow will screen rare D.C. punk footage and clips from their work in progress to raise funds for the rest of the film's post-production work.
At CDS, photos of hardcore's early history
Lucian Perkins was just a 26-year-old Washington Post intern when he began chronicling the incipient D.C. hardcore scene in 1979.