Turned out a PUNK Episode 149 – Drew Carolan (Photographer)

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Thirty-Five years ago a young photographer set up a mobile studio on the Bowery & spent the next few years documenting the young punks that made up the early CBGB’s hardcore scene. Last year, this photo project was released as a book called Matinee & now that photographer, Drew Carolan, is on Turned Out A Punk! Join Damian as he and Drew chat about finding punk before the term was coined in mid 70’s Long Island. Also, how it led him to Matt Dillion, Harley, Mark Ryan & documenting hardcore shows to making videos for the Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Living Color.

Also Discussed:

Growing Up In Long Island

Going To Hot Dog Beach For The Laughing Dogs

The Shirts In All Their Glory

Seeing Patti Smith In All Her Spitting Glory

Getting Into The MC5 & The Stooges

NYC Record Stores

The Fugs

GFR At MSG

Seeing The Ramones For The First Time

Getting Into Photography

Enter Harley: Seeing The Stimulators For The First Time In 1979

Stumbling On To The CBGB’s New Scene

Setting Up A Mobile Studio On The Bowery

“Some Of Them Thought I Was A Cop”

Meeting Tony Dust

Mike Judge: “I Ain’t Going Over There. That Guy’s A Cop.”

Seeing Agnostic Front & Being Blown Away

Jerry’s Kids & FUs

Crucifix

MDC

“It’s Crack Yo”: The Rise Of Drugs

The End Of The Project

The Changing Of The Scene

Meeting Cooch

Making Music Videos

& MUCH MUCH MORE….

BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS
Thirty-Five years ago a young photographer set up a mobile studio on the Bowery & spent the next few years documenting the young punks that made up the early CBGB’s hardcore scene. Last year, this photo project was released as a book called Matinee & now that photographer, Drew Carolan, is on Turned Out A Punk! Join Damian as he and Drew chat about finding punk before the term was coined in mid 70’s Long Island. Also, how it led him to Matt Dillion, Harley, Mark Ryan & documenting hardcore shows to making videos for the Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Living Color.

Also Discussed:

Growing Up In Long Island

Going To Hot Dog Beach For The Laughing Dogs

The Shirts In All Their Glory

Seeing Patti Smith In All Her Spitting Glory

Getting Into The MC5 & The Stooges

NYC Record Stores

The Fugs

GFR At MSG

Seeing The Ramones For The First Time

Getting Into Photography

Enter Harley: Seeing The Stimulators For The First Time In 1979

Stumbling On To The CBGB’s New Scene

Setting Up A Mobile Studio On The Bowery

“Some Of Them Thought I Was A Cop”

Meeting Tony Dust

Mike Judge: “I Ain’t Going Over There. That Guy’s A Cop.”

Seeing Agnostic Front & Being Blown Away

Jerry’s Kids & FUs

Crucifix

MDC

“It’s Crack Yo”: The Rise Of Drugs

The End Of The Project

The Changing Of The Scene

Meeting Cooch

Making Music Videos

& MUCH MUCH MORE….

BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS