Monday Photo Blog: Weekend Nachos!

  • Published February 1, 2010 By icki
  • Categories Photos
Weekend Nachos (photo by oldhcdude)
Weekend Nachos @ the Blvd, Boyle Heights, CA. 6 December 2009 (photo by oldhcdude)

Big news here in the MRR photo department. Needles & Pens in San Francisco is hosting a photo show of work from the blockbuster MRR Photo Issue! Details:

Needles & Pens presents
Maximum Rocknroll
Issue #321’s Release Party & Photo Show

Maximum Rocknroll #321 is a special photo issue featuring contributions from over 75 punk photographers from around the world. Among the list are: longtime MRR contributor Murray Bowles (If Life Is a Bowl of Cherries…), Helge Schreiber, (compiler of the last MRR photo issue, Welcome to Cruise Country, 1987), 924 Gilman St.’s house photographer Larry Wolfley, Brazilian photographers and editors of Fodido E Xerocado, Mateus Mondini and Daigo Oliva. Also, Karoline Collins, Chrissy Piper, and Patrick Baclet (publisher of the photobook, Out of Vogue). Plus, garage punk turkeys Mark “Icki” Murrmann & Chris “Canderson” Anderson. …and many, many more!!

N&P will be displaying photos featured in the issue and more. Photos on the walls! Photos in the mag! Lots and lots of photos!

Please join us for the opening: Friday, February 12, 2010 “¢ 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Needless & Pens
3253 16th Street / San Francisco, CA 94103

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The photo show will be a benefit for MRR, with money from prints sold going to help out the mag. We’ll also have postcard sets from photos in the show. Sure to be a blast. If you’re in town, drop by!

Wanna submit a photo for the MRR Photo Blog?

If you shoot shows and have photos you want to submit for the MRR Blog, send them to: Be sure to put “MRR Photo Blog” in the subject. Include your name, the band, where and when it was shot. Just send your best photos — edit tightly. Three to five photos is plenty. We will be exercising a little quality control here…not everything sent in will be posted. Please size your photos so they are 500 pixels (72 dpi) at the longest side.

There are a lot of awesome photographers out there shooting shows…and there are a lot of unseen archives of old shows. Show us what you’ve got!