SF Chronicle

Sep
27

There’s a punk music store in Southern California whose theme is “Where it’s 1982 every day.” Therein lies a central irony of this rebellious music: At this late date, to love the music is to be steeped in nostalgia. In fact, 1982 is a bit late for a peak punk era; the Clash was basically kaput by then, and there’s precious little other “punk” sound from that era still being listened to today. — it goes on from there…

** If you’d like to contact the writer of this article directly, and express your thoughts, his name is Steve Heilig, and you can reach him at his day job, at 415/561-0850 x270, or heilig@sfms.org.

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