DC Hardcore Salad Days

Scott Crawford memorializes the golden era of D.C. hardcore in the documentary Salad Days
Posted: Monday, December 17, 2012, The Diamondback (University of Maryland Independent Student Newspaper

By Emily Thompson

“Washington is most popularly known for its politics, monuments and various cultural exhibits. But in the ’80s, it was also a hotbed of punk and hardcore that changed the face of underground music forever. The decade produced legendary acts such as Minor Threat, The Nation of Ulysses and Dag Nasty. But not much about the seminal time period has been documented…” [RESTOFSTORY]


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