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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.

Recent Posts

Scott Beadle | April 16, 2010
Private School was often pegged as an “art school” band, but their musical repertoire was eclectic, and also featured harder punk tunes...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 15, 2010
After the Skulls split up in early 1978, Joey Shithead began forming a new band, auditioning drummers and bass players...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 15, 2010
The Subhumans were one of the most dynamic, talented and prolific bands of the Vancouver punk scene...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 15, 2010
In the beginning, it was the more tuneful and playful aspects of vintage punk rock that brought together Nick, Bill, Tony and Ian...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 14, 2010
Active Dog were formed in 1978 when members of the Monitors — Bill Scherk, John Armstrong and Gord Nicholl – moved from Surrey/White Rock to Vancouver and formed a partnership with East Vancouverites Ross Carpenter, Robert Bruce and Terry Bowes...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 14, 2010
Wasted Lives disintegrated in summer 1979, but not before they recorded the incendiary proto-hardcore tune Wirehead for the Vancouver Complication album...
Scott Beadle | April 09, 2010
After the Skulls moved to Toronto at the end of 1977, SnotRag almost single-handedly kept alive the illusion of a punk “scene” in Vancouver...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 09, 2010
Jim Cummins moved to Vancouver to be closer to the downtown arts scene and began visiting clubs like the Quadra and Windmill. At first, he documented the vibrant scene in photographs...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 02, 2010
The first all-female punk band in Vancouver, the Dishrags were also one of the very first punk bands in Vancouver, period...
Scott Beadle and Les Wiseman | April 02, 2010
Tim Ray was among the first wave of "new music" pioneers in Vancouver, releasing his first single Time Waves in 1977...