Between Resistance & Community
The Long Island Do-It-Yourself Punk Scene

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Lisanne

Entertaining. I came out of Long Island in the early 80s and my first hardcore show was Minor Threat, SS Decontrol and Black Flag all at the same time at My Fathers Place in Roslyn. There were very few (hardcore) punks at this time on L.I and most of us left Long Island upon High School ...Read more

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Mare

10/10

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Cobina

Punk ain't dead.

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