A night of nostalgia: Black Flag at Brick and Mortar

Photo by Erin Dage A large half circle encompassed the majority of the floor of Brick and Mortar as Violence Creeps’ Amber Feigel stood in the center of the room, yowling fiercely into her microphone. The audience, less than under-attended, had somehow taken haven as far away from the stage as Feigel crept across the room making use of the space and the apprehensive crowd around her. The unquestionably influential Black Flag would later grace the stage, alongside Brooklyn’s Cinema Cinema. However, it felt very “unpunk” watching Feigel perform to a half empty room as a teenager bought a $15 t-shirts at [...]

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