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  1. Thought you might be interested in the following – “The Wrong Side of Reno: Three Decades of Punk and Hardcore Music in the Biggest Little City”

    WRONG SIDE OF THE TRACK – THE ART OF HARDCORE AND PUNK

    Reno, Nev. (Aug. 31, 2010) – For the first time, a comprehensive anthology of vinyl records pressed in Reno, Nevada during the city’s long and intimate history with underground music will be displayed in The Wrong Side of Reno: Three Decades of Punk and Hardcore Music in the Biggest Little City . On exhibition at the Nevada Museum of Art from October 2, 2010 through March 6, 2011, The Wrong Side of Reno celebrates the design, creativity and influence of the musical style recognized world-wide for its rapid tempo and raw sounds.

    Since its inception, rock and roll has been synonymous with rebellion. In the 1970s, an apex of rock’s rebellious nature was seen in the emergence of punk. However, punk rock’s fervor and vehemence was quickly diluted by the mainstream media. Hardcore Punk arose, primarily in North America, in the early 1980s as a response to commercialized versions of punk being played on the radio. Underground scenes sprouted in cities and towns across America – including Reno.

    Early pioneers of hardcore, the Reno punk band 7 Seconds released their first vinyl 7” record in 1982, establishing Reno as a creative voice in what would quickly become a global subculture. The community that they helped create still thrives in Reno today, sequestered in basements, home recording studios and independent record shops–proof that the spirited anger of Hardcore Punk is as resilient and vibrant as ever.

    Hardcore punks chose their moniker to connote an extreme – that they were the most hardcore version of punk – and they made music that was loud, angry, and fast. However, unlike prior iterations of rock and roll, Hardcore Punk rejected commercialism, eschewed high production value, and preached a do-it-yourself credo. Instead of seeking out deals with major music labels, hardcore bands started their own and distributed their records themselves. Safely off the media’s radar, the subculture of Hardcore spread quickly throughout the United States and found a home with bored and disenchanted small-town youth.

    Albums included in the show are 7 Seconds, The Crew, 1984; Zoinks, Bad Move Space Cadet, 1995; Iron Lung/Scurvy Bastards, circa 2005; Crush Story, a+electric, 2000; and The Atomiks, Super Honky, 1997.

    All of the albums on view in the exhibition are from the private collection of Mac Schopen. A book, edited by Schopen and artist and former Arabella front woman Jeanne Jo, will accompany the exhibition.

    The Wrong Side of Reno: 30 Years of Punk and Hardcore Music in the Biggest Little City will be on view in the Installation Gallery from October 2, 2010—March 6, 2011 at the Nevada Museum of Art, Donald W. Reynolds Center for the Visual Arts, E. L. Wiegand Gallery. Located at 160 West Liberty Street in downtown Reno, the Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday. Museum members FREE; $10 general admission; $8 students/seniors; $1 children 6 – 12; free for children five and under. For more information, please call 775.329.3333 or visit http://www.nevadaart.org.

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    The Nevada Museum of Art is a museum of ideas. The only accredited art museum in the state, it is a private, non-profit organization supported by the generosity of its membership as well as by sponsorships and grants. Through creative programming and scholarship, the Museum provides the opportunity for people to encounter, engage and enjoy a diversity of art experiences. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday, 10 am to 5 pm, late on Thursdays until 8 pm. The galleries, Museum Store and Café Musée are closed on Mondays, Tuesdays and national holidays. Admission is FREE for members, $10 General Admission, $8 Student / Senior, $1 children 6 to 12 years and free for children 5 and under. Museum Membership starts at just $25.


  2. Muy buenas!
    Me gustaria suscribirme al boletin de novedades así como realizar un pedído.ya me comentais.Un saludo!


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