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JULY 17TH: the whole fam is gonna be represented for our SUMMER SEASON ULTRA MEGA GROUP SHOW.
PLUS: Afterparty featuring JUICEBOXXX, straight outta the Thunderzone.
Sports have always been the best way to whip a population into nationalistic fervor, especially in soccer. It’s only natural that ‘hooligans’, rag-tag gangs of tough-guys who want to beat up the other team’s fans would emerge in the scene. Thanks to soccer and the internet, hooliganism has gone global. Now, elite squads of riot […]
An anecdote and spiritual interpretation of the death of Xochil Zack Fortune from a close friend and fellow Dream Brigade member, AKLO.
June 15th we got BBQ, live painting, tattoos and an art show – Superchief Sundays are back.
Contributing photographer Jennifer Osborne has been working in Europe on a photography project about cultural appropriation of Native Americans by Europeans. In wake of Pharrell Williams’ controversial “Indian Headress” on the cover of Elle Magazine, this degree of Native Dress-up seems extra offensive.
“Whether you like it or not, you better learn to love it, cuz it’s the best thing goin.”
Giovanni Marks, more widely recognized as the rapper Subtitle, has recently made his way back from Berlin’s Neukölln to his native town of Los Angeles. He’s transformed from an avant lyricist to a composer influenced by the sounds of indeterminant music.
Our friends over at Flux Factory have teamed up with the Long Island City community garden for a solar-powered light/art installation called Nightlight. What’s awesome about the show is that the garden will be open for exploration and feature events in June, so there will be something cool to do outside in the summer.
It’s about that time again, NYC, and Tricky Youth, Yung Cheez, and Reed Dunlea are bringing it to ya like we always do.
Ian Valdez was your normal punk kid at a show, until something magical happened.
There is nothing quite like the feeling you get when you discover that members of your favorite defunct bands have been palling around together and secretly playing music.
TALKING TO REED DUNLEA ABOUT “THIS IS JERSEY CITY NOT NEW BRUNSWICK”, A LIVE COMPILATION FROM DISTORT JERSEY CITY ON WFMU (+ DONATE TO KEEP WFMU GOING STRONG IN 2014)
Reed Dunlea is a chill dude who hosts the only real punk radio show in NYC, “Distort Jersey City”, on the largest free-form station in America, WFMU. Every year the station has a fundraising marathon to stay on the air, and different shows offer different swag for pledges. DJC offers a compilation of live sessions from the show, and this years, titled “THIS IS JERSEY CITY, NOT NEW BRUNSWICK”, is the sickest one yet, with live cuts from some of the best bands out there right now. I talked to Reed about the comp, what’s been going on at WFMU, and why you should donate.
More shit I’m listening to while I’m trying to ignore you, featuring L.O.T.I.O.N, GG Lohan, Pleasure Industry, KISS, Butthole Surfers and Sinatra.
GOOSEBUMPS “SCARED TO SEE A DOCTOR” RECORD RELEASE SHOW AT 538 JOHNSON (FULL SETS FROM GOOSEBUMPS, AJAX, MERCENARY, LIBYANS, AND LA MISMA)
Like an episode of Jerry Springer, but with more fireworks.
Following the news of Throwdown’s return at SXSW this year with a Texas vs. NYC event, it seems only appropriate to take a look back at the history of Friday Night Throwdown, and the coverage we’ve had of it here on Superchief over the years. For the uninitiated; Friday Night Throwdown wasn’t just NYC’s best underground boxing event, it was NYC’s best underground party.
“SORRY ABOUT THE BLOOD ON THE WALLS.” When New York’s legendary cult of rage, Missing Foundation, played in the WFMU studios in 1986, they didn’t destroy the place or set any fires, but you can bet that it was nothing short of complete and utter mayhem. Watch it in full, right here.
Listen to “Two-Faced” off the SoCal punks’ new LP, featuring cover art from Alex Heir and Heather Benjamin.