Turned Out A Punk
Turned Out A Punk
Dec 31, 2020
Otto Buj (Sold Out Fanzine, Filmmaker)
Play • 1 hr 19 min
Episode 301:
This week on the show Damian is joined by filmmaker & former Sold Out fanzine publisher, OTTO BUJ!!! Otto has just made a fantastic documentary about the formative days of Detroit hardcore & is here to talk all about the history of punk in Rock City. Listen in as the two talk: being too late for the glory days, the dividing line between hardcore & punk, why punk in Detroit was different & so much more! Not to be missed & DON’T MISS Otto’s new film: “Dope, Hookers and Pavement: The Real and Imagined History of Detroit Hardcore”! Available here NOW: detroithardcoremovie.com

Also Touched On:

A Detroit punk nerd-out

Finding hardcore from your older brothers

The 84-85 jumping off point

out growing the box: Laughing Hyenas, Husker Du and Fugazi

Punk versus Hardcore

The genius of Brannon

10 months that changed hardcore

Ian MacKay is not a huge Tremor Records collector

The Flesh Columns 

The Spys and the Dry Heaves 

The Windsor Connection

Band grow out their hair and start to solo

Being too late for the hardcore you were looking for


Youth of Today, Henry Rollins, Boom And The Legion Of Doom and a dead dear skull

Depression Records and the true weirdos of Detroit 



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