Monday Photo Blog: Return to Indonesia


September 26th, 2011 by

Of any country besides the US, Indonesia is probably the best represented here on MRR’s Monday Photo Blog. We get a steady stream of submissions from Indonesia photographers. Today’s came back in June from A. Okhi Irawan, a longtime MRR reader. Most of these photos are from the early ’00s “where the Indonesia’s despotic goverment change into reform age, and re-shape how punks movement during that age.”

Thanks for the photos  A. Okhi!

Aldhonny Themfuck of JERUJI (Bars, in English) at Laga Pub collective, from Bandung, Indonesia's 2003-2004 (photo by A. Okhi Irawan)

Don Kumbang (from Don Lego) and the kids at a collective/d.i.y gig held in Bandung, 2003-2004 (photo byA. Okhi Irawan)

 

Mario Butche, founding member of the Grinding Punk Corporation community during his gig with the legendary grinding-punk based band, The Cruel, 2003-2004 (photo by A. Okhi Irawan)

Ari Ernesto (founding member of Domestik Doktrin, Hark! And the crawling tar tar) at Uninus gigs in Indonesia, 2003-2004 (photo by A. Okhi Irawan)

RAMBO (from the Philladelphia) at Indonesia's Universitas Islam Nusantara, 2003-2004 (photo by A. Okhi Irawan)

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3 responses to “Monday Photo Blog: Return to Indonesia”

10 10 2011
Louise (22:45:33) :

Indonesia definitely is one-of-hell large scenes!

11 10 2011
Dave (12:17:55) :

In this subculture areas, “Bandung Underground” was the common terms to describes whats HC/Punk kids rebellions and formed the scenes. I’ve been travelled and witnessed through this one of hectic-masses-enthusiasts. Probably, you should check it out by yourself.

2 03 2012
James (20:59:34) :

Bandung underground is most active hardcore/punk scene in the world. Ranging from musicianship into community workers.

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