Reverend Horton Heat & Jello Biafra Rile Up a Sold Out Crowd At Seattle’s El Corazon, By Holly Homan

Reverend Horton Heat

Friday night and I’m back at Seattle’s El Corazon. This night it’s The Reverend Horton Heat and the legendary Jello Biafra headlining. Preceding are Huntington Beach punks Guttermouth. I arrived quite early, but about fifteen minutes before Spitting Cobras were to take the stage, hunger pangs began to overtake me, so . . . → Read More: Reverend Horton Heat & Jello Biafra Rile Up a Sold Out Crowd At Seattle’s El Corazon, By Holly Homan

Punk Rock vs. New Wave Economics and Politics – Holly Homan and Friends Respond to 1981 News Report on Seattle Punk Scene

In the news report above, two reporters try to explain the punk scene versus the new wave music scenes of Seattle in 1981. Although the report was pretty shallow, it also tried to discredit punk the way almost all the media did at the time. The reporters mentioned punk bands liked to use . . . → Read More: Punk Rock vs. New Wave Economics and Politics – Holly Homan and Friends Respond to 1981 News Report on Seattle Punk Scene

How I Spent MY SOUNDFEST VACATION – PART I – Koozbane, Dreadful Children, Retox, Reagan Youth, The Avengers and Jello Biafra – By Holly Homan

Koozbane

Friday night landed me at Club Neumos in Seattle’s illustrious Capitol Hill Neighborhood. This is about the third or fourth time I’ve been in this club and I swear it’s different every time. This time the layout was perfect. There’s a huge dance floor and a large loft with the bar and . . . → Read More: How I Spent MY SOUNDFEST VACATION – PART I – Koozbane, Dreadful Children, Retox, Reagan Youth, The Avengers and Jello Biafra – By Holly Homan