A collection a largely unpublished photographic images pays tribute to the world of punk music and values in the nation's capital from the late 1970s, offering iconic portraits of Minor Threat, S.O.A., Teen Idles, Dead Kennedys, Black Flag, The Cramps, and other musical legends.
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Susie J. Horgan
met Henry Rollins and Ian MacKaye at her ice cream-scooping job at Häagen-Dazs in Georgetown, where she was worked during her first year studying photography. She began to photograph her D.C. friends who played in hardcore punk bands and hasn’t stopped taking pictures since. A prolific photographer of the social conscience, she has documented life in Cuba and Haiti and takes pictures regularly for Shake-a-Leg Miami. She continues to photograph her friends and their bands and is currently working on a series of portraits of authors. She lives in Miami with her husband and son. Henry Rollins
is a musician, writer, actor, and speaker. After playing in the bands S.O.A and Black Flag he formed the Rollins Band. He owns 2-13-61 Publications and has published several books of his own writing as well as the work of others. Ian MacKaye
co-founded Dischord Records and played in The Teen Idles, Embrace, Minor Threat and Fugazi, all seminal bands of the D.C. punk scene. He now performs with Amy Farina in their band the Evens.