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The HR (Bad Brains) Backflip Flip-book 



The Washington D.C. punk band Bad Brains were known for their explosive live performances, including lead singer HR’s perfectly-timed backflips. The images in this flip-book are frames from the Super-8 film Wet Streets at Night (1980), filmed on October 2nd, 1980 at D.C.’s legendary 9:30 Club
. Brought to you by Punk the Capital, Building a Sound Movement (in Washington DC).

- available through the Punk the Capital online store
- also available for purchase through Dischord Records
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Limited run pre-release Punk the Capital t-shirt













Available in:  SM,M,L,XL

- available only through the Punk the Capital online store
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The Make-Up; IN FILM / ON VIDEO 
DVD re-issue by Punk the Capital, NTSC, Region 1  

Washington DC's highly influential group The Make-Up, reunited in 2016 for a series of concerts. The videos and 16mm film short subjects (by Punk the Capital co-director James June Schneider) in this DVD immortalize the Make-Up's congregational shows and sound that transformed the US rock underground of the 1990s.













- digital version available via VIMEO
- DVD available through the Punk the Capital online store
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Panico, The Band That Met the Sound Beneath 
DVD or Blu Ray, NTSC, Region 1 (currently available only in Blu-Ray)
In Spanish with French and English Subtitles
Directed by James June Schneider

In February, 2010, the renowned Chilean band Panico traveled through the desert of northern Chile to record an album in the Atacama desert. After two decades of punk / post-punk rock, these offspring of political exiles are themselves rocked by not only the strange sounds and voices of the north but by a major earthquake. The film has been hailed as the first ecological-music documentary.














- digital version available via VIMEO
- DVD available through the Punk the Capital online store

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Original limited edition (50) silkscreen poster for Punk the Capital, Building a Sound Movement (the film)
16X20, silkscreen





















These posters were designed by Paul Bishow and Sam Lavine, screen printed by Bishow with the help of Soul & Ink. They were produced during the editing of the documentary Punk the Capital; Building a Sound Movement - picturing DC Punk pioneers Kim Kane, HR, and Ian MacKaye - representing the first three main phases of D.C. Punk featured in the documentary.
- DVD available through the Punk the Capital online store
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Punk the Capital Surprise Cassette of Unreleased D.C. Punk
(RELEASE DATE: 2019)

Audio cassette will include previously unreleased DC Punk tracks from the late 1970's early 1980's!












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