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The BLOODIED BUT UNBOWED website was launched to provide additional background information on the subjects and themes of the documentary film; and also to act as an ongoing historical archive. WEBISODES consist of footage that is exclusive to the website: extended interview clips, outtakes, and material shot specifically for the website.

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Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | May 04, 2010
The punk scene, from its inception, had ties to the gay disco scene, and this was as true for Vancouver as it was for the early days of punk in New York City and London...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 30, 2010
Brad & Randy’s bands — Sergeant Nick Penis, the Sick Ones, .45’s, Ground Zero, etc.
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 26, 2010
The “fuck band” was one of the more notable and enjoyable features of the early Vancouver punk scene...
Scott Beadle | April 24, 2010
The majority of records produced in the Vancouver punk/indie scene were D.I.Y. (do-it-yourself) productions. There were a couple local labels, however, that played a major role in the Vancouver music scene...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 22, 2010
The LP’s detractors complained about the dizzying mix of styles on the album, sequencing hardcore punk next to new wave pop and quirky art-rock experimentalism...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 22, 2010
The Modernettes were formed in the spring of 1979, based on the central partnership of John Armstrong, aka Buck Cherry, and Mary Armstrong, aka Mary-Jo Kopechne...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 20, 2010
In 1978/’79, viewers of cable access TV in Lower Mainland Vancouver were lucky to be able to watch two groundbreaking shows: Nite Dreems and Soundproof...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 19, 2010
Originally named the K-Tels, the Young Canadians were around barely two years — but they made a lasting impression on the Vancouver punk/indie scene...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 16, 2010
Rabid were in existence roughly from fall 1978 to fall 1979, not counting a handful of reunion or “farewell” shows that followed...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 16, 2010
UJ3RK5 was Vancouver's pre-eminent art-rock group whose members were well-known in the art community — many of whom would go on to bigger and better things in their respective fields...