Thursday, October 28, 2004
Here's a tidbit for those in D.C. today from a washingtonpost.com chat:
Just wanted to let the faithful know there's a really great punk film playing tonight at the Goethe Institute -- a Northern Irish film called 'Shellshock Rock.' I went last night and it's definitely worth the trip: Stiff Little Fingers, the Undertones, etc. all doing their thing. The filmmaker John Davis is there to answer questions after the screening, which was cool. Thanks for posting.
David: Thanks for the heads up, should be very worth checking out. It might serve as nice little tribute to the legendary John Peel, too, as 'Teenage Kicks' by The Undertones was known to be his favorite song, and SLF's 'Suspect Device' and 'Alternative Ulster' both ranked very high on his yearly Festive Fifty when they were first released.