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Towncraft

Matson Films 2

Released on May 22, 2007


$31.25

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Towncraft is a DVD, 2-CD, 60 pg book box set. Little Rock, AR: 1986 A group of kids in a small, conservative Southern town discover punk rock music. Over the next two decades, they would create one of the youngest, most exciting and innovative scenes in the country. Like most small town scenes, Little Rock’s was never discovered. But, the Little Rock scenesters built a community of artists with methods, goals and ideals that were all their own. Towncraft – through film, words and music – is an anatomy of a scene: an intimate portrait of a small American town and how it is affected by its music scene. Towncraft examines how participating and producing in a local music scene can change your life. • BOOKLET: 60-page collection of photos and stories from Little Rock expatriates • SOUNDTRACK: 2-disc, 40-song soundtrack • DVD: Towncraft feature documentary (TRT 104 minutes)

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Jake from Rossford, OH 
Sep 17 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A rather good recollection about bored kids who put together a punk scene in pretty much the middle of nowhere. DIY to the max. This documentary stands out in that it's not a bunch of bitter old punks complaining about how punk/hardcore died in some arbitrary year (i.e. 1978/1986) but how they made something new and how rotational evolution affected their scene. If "American Hardcore: A Tribal History" is the advertisement for punk, "Towncraft" is the story. No "up tha punx/kill the pigs" stuff here, just ordinary people being honest.

The video, editing, and storytelling is great, if not downright excellent. The two disc audio has more or an "indie-core" (if that's even a genre) sound. The first cd has a few of the traditional hardcore tracks while the second is more slower, southern rock-ish.

All in all, 23 bucks for a dvd and two cds. Not bad. Looking for something a little different to wet your whistle too? Better. Like Econochrist? Even better. Like Soophie Nun Squad? You probably need a lobotomy!





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