Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection consists of ten photographs by Glen E. Friedman from 1976-1988. There are pictures of skaters Jay Adams, Tony Alva, and Paul Constantineau skating in California. There are also photographs of punk bands Black Flag, Bad Brains, and Minor Threat, which were taken during concerts, as well as portraits of pioneering hip hop acts LL Cool J, RUN-DMC, the Beastie Boys, and Public Enemy. Unrestricted access
Cornell University Libraries
Collection consists of 2 invoice books, 5 ledger books, and 82 file folders documenting backstage catering for performers ranging across many musical genres: rock 'n roll, punk, heavy metal, R&B, Jazz, and country. Files contain notes on food and dressing room requirements, a copy of the contract rider, miscellaneous receipts/invoices, and occasional notes or correspondence. Artists represented include Bon Jovi, David Bowie, Rick James, Joan Jett, Elton John, Judas Priest, the Kinks, Kool and the Gang, Madonna, Metallica, Motley Crue, Eddie Murphy, Tom Petty, Pink Floyd, the Police, the Pretenders, Queen, Lionel Ritchie, Rush, Talking Heads, James Taylor, Tina Turner, U2, Van Halen, and many others. Included here is a copy of Van Helen's contract rider regarding brown M and Ms. Other notable requests include The Kinks need for hot Italian take out, a weight training room for Tina Turner, exactly "66 towels" for Twister Sister, and a hairdresser skilled in permanents for "Weird" Al ... Read More
Cornell University Libraries
Flyers, posters, magazines, files, and 'zines relating to American punk and post-punk music and culture in the 1980s and 1990s assembled or created by Aaron Cometbus. The collection documents a broad cross-section of punk band performances and activities, particularly in the 1980s and 1990s, including his own activities as a writer and musician. The archive includes several issues of his influential zine Cometbus, along with manuscripts or paste-ups for them. Cometbus includes band interviews, personal observations, artwork, and reflections on punk subculture in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond
State Library of Queensland
This donation contains photo negatives, a magnetic reel-to-reel tape, handbills and other ephemera relating to performances of Brisbane punk bands in the years 1983 and 1984, particularly those booked at the Australian National Hotel (the Aussie Nash) for which Kitty van Vuuren was a promoter
University of South Florida - Special and Digital Collections
Zine is a shortened version of magazine or fanzine, with a focus on self-publishing and Do It Youself (D.I.Y.) aesthetics. Zines are anti-copyright and are not for profit.Special Collections at the University of South Florida is now functioning as a repository for the Tampa Zine Library, which was established in conjunction with the Tampa Zine Fest in 2012. This particular collection reflects a mixture of donations, personal acquisitions, and zines that were featured at Tampa Zine Fest.
Mills College - F.W. Olin Library
Kent Zimmerman -- (The Gavin report, Aug. 26, 1998) -- -- Ingrid Sischy -- (Interview, June 1996) -- -- Lisa Robinson -- (Spin, July 1996) -- -- Ben Edmonds -- (Mojo, Aug. 1996) -- -- Robert Yates -- (Q, Sept. 1996) -- -- Laurie Fitzpatrick -- (A & U, Nov. 1997) -- -- Fred Mills -- (Goldmine, Jan. 30, 1998)
Mills College - F.W. Olin Library
Maxime de la Falaise McKendry -- (Andy Warhol's Interview, Feb. 1976) -- -- Lisa Robinson -- (New Musical Express, Feb. 21, 1976) -- -- (Punk, Mar. 1976) -- -- (Punk, Feb. 1977) -- -- David Koepp -- (Punk Rock, Dec. 1977) -- -- Cindy Black -- (New Wave Rock, Nov. 1978) -- -- Michael Snyder -- (Berkeley Barb, May 26-June 1, 1978) -- -- Charles M. Young -- (Rolling Stone, July 27, 1978)-- -- Paul Rambali -- (New Musical Express, Sept. 16, 1978
New York University Libraries
Kathleen Hanna was an early instigator of the Riot Grrrl Movement, performing in bands such as Bikini Kill and Le Tigre. The Kathleen Hanna Papers consists of flyers, posters, zines and zine masters, notebooks, ephemera, magazines, photographs, media, newspaper clippings, theses and other academic writing, and legal and financial records. The collection documents Hanna's artistic production, participation in the Riot Grrrl movement, curatorial work, and musical career
New York University Libraries
Founded by Matt Wobensmith, Outpunk was both a zine, published from 1992-1997, and a queercore record label, releasing music from 1992-1998. This collection contains original masters for almost all of the Outpunk zines, as well as a wide variety of documentation about the bands represented by the Outpunk label, including posters, fliers, photographs, and audio recordings
Getty Research Institute
The 33 fliers and posters by Pettibon advertise performances by the Los Angeles punk rock band, Black Flag. In addition to showcasing Pettibon's irreverent graphic style, they also provide a view of Black Flag's activities at the time, such as their mostly Los Angeles area venues and the bands with whom they played, including: Adolescents, The Mutants, Misfits, Vandals, Circle Jerks, China White, The Minutemen, X, The Controllers, Social Unrest, UXA, Red Cross, Wasted Youth, Meat Puppets, Saccharine Trust, Social Distortion, D.O.A, Urinals and Husker Du


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