FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Beth Lahickey is a veteran of the East Coast hardcore scene. Upon graduating from Sarah Lawrence College, she worked at Revelation Records
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Upon graduating from Sarah Lawrence College, she worked at Revelation Records. Previously she has published poetry in literary journals.
With All Ages, Beth Lahickey presents a comprehensive overview of an underground hardcore music scene. The book includes 29 interviews with people involved in the straight edge scene, some of whom are now in prominent bands. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Paperback, 223 pages.
I spoke with Henderson by phone about youth, gay marriage, the straight-edge scene today, and how many young people continue to wear Misfits jackets. The Millions: Can you start off by talking a little about the process of writing this book? How much time did it take you?
All Ages: Reflections on Straight Edge by Beth Lahickey, Revelation Books, 1998. ISBN 978-1-889703-00-8). Youth of Today interview, Smorgasbord fanzine, fall 1988/Winter 1989.
All Ages: Reflections on Straight Edge by Beth Lahickey, Revelation Books, 1998. Revelation Records page on We're Not In This Alone. Pressing info on Youth of Today records. php?title We%27re Not in This Alone&oldid 866405455".
All Ages: Reflections on Straight Edge (1997) was treatise on the second wave of Straight Edge by Beth Lahickey from Revelation Records. Primarily focuses on the Youth Crew, Straight Edge bands influenced by Minor Threat, including Youth of Today, Slapshot, Bold, Side by Side, Gorilla Biscuits, Judge, Inside Out, and Chain of Strength. Although the 90's also brought us legendary Straight Edge bands like Snapcase, Earth Crisis, Chokehold, Battery, Indecision, or Mouthpiece, those bands aren't represented here.
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With All Ages, Beth Lahickey presents a comp rehensive overview of an underground hardcore music scene. T he book includes 29 interviews with people involved in the s traight edge scene, some of whom are now in prominent bands.
Straight edge is not so much the topic, but a starting point. Where all these band members and "scenesters" have gone since then is what's really fascinating. So many people who seemingly stood for the same things have since explored virtually every direction in life you could dream up. This is our Banned in DC and then some because Beth didn't limit the scope of this book to jus tthe big 'names,' she interviewed those on the outside looking in - everyone from Ian MacKaye to Ray Cappo to Jordan Cooper to the girl who sold soda at the Anthrax. If you care one iota.
In São Paulo, the straight edge subculture was consolidated in the 1990s around a collective and its festival. written about the straight edge subculture-such as Robert Wood (2006), Beth Lahickey. 2007), Ross Haener (2004; 2009), and Gabriel Kuhn (2010)-argue that it emerged. in opposition to the live fast, die young nihilism of punk and the abuse of alcohol.