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  • Punk Paean
  • Punk Paean

    A filmmaker talks about digging up the past and putting the present into perspective.
      Instead, Spokane’s punk rock/alternative — whatever you want to call them — community that popped up in the 1980s made their own reunion two years ago. They called it “The Rapture,” and a group of them decided to make a film about the reunion. That movie turned into the highly anticipated film, SpokAnarchy!,.
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  • SLAP HAPPY
  • SLAP HAPPY

    The Koffin Kats are part punk, part rock and part cartoon.
      the like. But that small glimpse of psychobilly hooked him for the long haul. From there it was a matter of acquiring the defining tool of the sound: an upright bass. But being an aspiring bassist wasn’t exactly easy — or financially practical. So Victor worked a crap job until he could finally secure enough funds to buy his first upright.
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  • Too Stubborn to Die
  • Too Stubborn to Die

    Nine years is plenty of time to kill a band. But not Deadones.
      But despite the odds (and the name), the Deadones are far from dead. Over their nine years, they’ve played hundreds of shows and become an ever-present institution in the Spokane music scene. And the best part is, during the past nine years, they’ve also become really effing good.
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  • This Addiction - Alkaline Trio
  • This Addiction - Alkaline Trio

    Pretty good, if it weren't for Dan Andriano's voice.
      That said, the tunes that Dan Andriano fronts are dreadful. They just don’t sound like Alkaline Trio. In fact, they are almost sickeningly cheery — like what would happen if Coldplay suddenly wrote some punk songs. “Draculina” should’ve been great, but comes off as a forced attempt to make a “dark” song.
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