Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires

Salad Days

Wendsday 22 a las 19:45 h

Música

ArteMultiplex Belgrano - Av. Cabildo 2829
Room: 1

Tickets sold out Functions

Today it’s hard to believe, but there was a time when, in order to record an album, you had to be part of a label. And poor those who wanted to make music that didn’t fit with the industry standards of the time. Long before the arrival of the internet and of computers as portable studios, those responsible for that situation to change were the hardcore punk groups from Washington D. C. in the 80s, portrayed in this documentary by Scott Crawford. Having played an active role in the scene since he was a kid, Crawford (who founded Metrozine, a magazine made of Xeroxed copies, when he was twelve) reconstructs the decade of recovery for independent rock through testimonies by Ian MacKaye, Henry Rollins, Dave Grohl and practically who was in the right place at the right time. From the “do it yourself” ideology to the different genres that preceded the explosion of alternative rock in the nineties, Salad Days works as the definitive capturing of a crucial moment in order to understand today’s music, both as an artistic discipline and a business. LG


English title: Salad Days: A Decade of Punk in Washington, DC (1980-90)
Year: 2014
Format: DM
Color: Color
Minutes: 102
Seconds: 0
Country:
Team:

D, G, DA: Scott Crawford  

F, E: Jim Saah  

S: Archie Moore, Clean Cuts  

M: Michael Hampton  

P: Scott Crawford, Jim Saah  

PE: Culhanimal Productions  

CP: New Rose Films


Contact:

DC Ventures. Jonathan Rivas
T +54 11 3187 2248 +1 301 257 1074
E jonathan.rivas@dcdbgroup.com - scrawford10@gmail.com
W dcdbgroup.com - saladdaysdc.com TW @saladdazed


Friday 17 - 21:50 h
El Cultural San Martín Room: 2
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Saturday 25 - 20:00 h
ArteMultiplex Belgrano Room: 1
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Scott Crawford Estados Unidos

He’s a music journalist, musician, and graphic designer During his teenage years in Washington DC, he started a fanzine called Metrozine, which documented what happened in the DC punk scene in the Eighties. He was editor-in-chief of Harp magazine for seven years and today currently writes for the website Blurt.



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