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Even though most of the times, honestly, they are not of my liking, far far away from my taste, I never feel disappointed. Just like that one time that Glasgow Popfest had booked the then unknown Spook School, who I immediately fell in love with. San Francisco Popfest is happening in June for three days, on the 3rd, 4th and 5th of that month. I was a kid back then. Maybe they have something else where I can listen to their songs?

They have releases on the once upon a time good label K Records. Kind of folky, and slow tempo. Another band that plays the same show at Brick and Mortar is Emotional. They hail from San Francisco and also have a bunch of releases under their belt. I wonder what makes it pop but not indiepop.

My theory more mainstream influences. The last band on that Saturday show is Smoke Screens. And to my surprise when I hit on the play button some jangly and chirping guitars start sounding. This is a discovery. Proper indiepop that actually reminds me of so many CDR bands from Sweden circa These were released I assume just digitally on August I think I might have heard the name Burnt Palms before.

I have the idea that they are quite popular. It actually sounds good. The Seaside, California, band make fuzzy pop, straight to the point. They are 2 girls from Oakland, California. And Popfest keeps getting better. I check out their bandcamp and their song 37th Street starts playing.

These indigenous peoples of North America speak Southern Athabaskan languages, which are related linguistically to Athabaskan languages in Alaska and western Canada. Apacheria, their collective homelands, consists of high mountains, sheltered and watered valleys, deep canyons, deserts, and the southern Great Plains. The Apache tribes fought the invading Spanish and Mexican peoples for centuries. The first Apache raids on Sonora appear to have taken place during the late 17th century.

In 19th-century confrontations during the American- Indian war of ethnic cleansing, the U. Army found the Apache to be fierce warriors and skillful strategists. Apache groups are politically autonomous. The major groups speak several different languages and developed distinct and competitive cultures.

Apache people have moved throughout the United States and elsewhere, including urban centers. There were a few not very known bands in there, like The Lowthers or The Pilgrims which have been featured in the blog. It was released in on Windmill Records with no catalog number. Who ran Windmill Records by the way? It was just a few weeks ago that I reconnected with it thanks to Heinz. He had uploaded the song to Youtube and well, I started wondering what about this band, it looks and sounds very obscure.

I honestly have only heard this one song. The thing is that the always amazing Tamworth Music website has a lot of facts about this band and I will try to get you the basics. The Ferocious Apaches were: No last name for Bob the bassist. Rob Cross has written some memories of those days, from 86 to 87, about his time in the band. They recorded songs at Expresso Bongo studios.

Were these songs released on a tape? Sounds like they were having a good time. Checking clippings from the Tamworth Herald, I notice that the band played with The Rosehips, yes the fucking Rosehips! Wonder if Rocker or Pete remember them.

Emma Gibbs Loves Badges were also on the bill. And finally, Ferocious Apaches. The band were absolutely brilliant. The anarchic aura that shines from them clearly proves that these are people who, even though they were only eight or nine years old at the time, were there in So says a clipping from the Tamworth Herald. I wish I had been at one of their gigs. They seem to have been quite popular, at least in their town!

More gigs, now from we know they played with The Believers, Emma Gibbs again and Psychedelicatessen. What a name of this last band. Fetch Eddie also covered in the blog appear on 8th place. I wonder what happened to the members of the band after the demise of The Ferocious Apaches. But were they involved with other bands after? What are they doing now? There are so many questions left to be answered.

Do any of you remember them? Listen The Ferocious Apaches — Golden. Windmill Records was done by Neil and Chris. Neil was in Boquet: Wow, what a mistake then. I do know Bouquet… would be cool to interview Neil! Hi, not sure what has happened but that song is def Golden by Ferocious Apaches — perhaps a re-up as the kids say? Mark Hynds pointed me in your direction, thanks for the write up. Please support the label.

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Subsequent seasons have encountered the continuous denouncement of the program by Italian American and other community-based organizations. Subsequently, he had such a hard time getting a job that he ended up enlisting in the army. Ferro has since apologized to Polizzi stating, "I deeply regret what happened.

That was not the real Brad Ferro. After the clip of Polizzi's incident was aired after the first and second episodes, MTV decided to omit the footage from the December 17 episode calling it "extremely disturbing". Cast member Ronald "Ronnie" Ortiz-Magro was arrested after a fight occurred on September 4, , on the boardwalk in Seaside Heights, for aggravated assault for striking Stephen Izzo [ citation needed ] with a closed fist.

Ortiz-Magro was charged under the name "Ronnie Ortiz". It's us just defending ourselves or reacting to somebody else. On December 17, , Ortiz-Magro was indicted for one count of third-degree assault, which carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison. The charge against him was dismissed, provided he stays out of trouble for eighteen months and completes community service. Seth Forman, a dermatologist from Tampa, Florida, has criticized the show for "glamorizing" tanning: Some even own their own tanning bed I think young adults don't realize how much damage they are doing to their skin.

Forman also has stated that people need to wear sunscreen every day and avoid tanning beds. Marybeth Hicks, author of the parenting book Bringing Up Geeks , criticized Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi for stating she would change the world by installing tanning beds in every person's house during her appearance on The Jay Leno Show. Hicks has believed Polizzi could influence tweens into using tanning beds. Hicks also criticized MTV for glorifying behaviors that she claims are dangerous, such as drinking and casual sex , for the purpose of garnering higher ratings, and believed that parents are to possess knowledge of that the show has been promoting unsafe behavior.

The show plays upon the stereotype of the guido , prompting criticism from groups such as the National Italian American Foundation , [7] [30] UNICO National , [31] and the Order Sons of Italy in America [31] for using "ethnic slurs, violence and poor behavior to marginalize and stereotype Italian-Americans ".

They are blatantly as well as subliminally bashing Italian-Americans with every technique possible. The cast members are an embarrassment to themselves, their heritage and their families. On January 10, , Andre DiMino called for Jersey Shore to be canceled saying "enough is enough" and that the series isn't just an insult to Italian-Americans or Jersey Shore residents, but to everyone. We have consulted attorneys and are prepared to take legal action because we are so angry about the situation.

I cannot say too much right now about the actual legal steps we are going to take but we feel what MTV are doing with Jersey Shore is outrageous. The use of words like 'Guidos' and 'Guidettes' is racial stereotyping in the worst possible sense and they are portraying young Italian Americans in the worst possible light.

They would not try and get away with the same tactics if it was show full of young African American or Jewish kids so why is it acceptable to portray Italian Americans in this way?

There are a lot of young American Italians who serve in the community and the armed services who are ashamed of Jersey Shore and we need to stand-up for them.

Italian-American actress Alyssa Milano said she was "upset" after viewing the trailer on YouTube and would not watch the show. She subsequently appeared in a parody video from the comedy website Funny or Die undergoing a "Guidette" makeover, complete with fake tan, big-haired wig, low cut minidress, and photographically enhanced cleavage as a way of protesting how the show portrays Italian-American women.

Cupp believes Italian-Americans should not be mad at MTV but thankful for the company shining a spotlight on a small but real subset of the culture serving as a useful negative example for their children, stating, "Somebody needs to explain to me how it's MTV's fault that the subjects of its reality show behave like stereotypical idiots.

In fact, Jersey Shore is proof that some stereotypes, while not representative, are in some cases real. Senator Vitale further requested that the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development opened an investigation into employment and wage practices, as well as the tax status of the "Shore Store" where cast members worked. Jersey Shore is a reality series that follows eight young adults spending their summer at the beach.

The show continues MTV's history of documenting various subcultures, rites of passage of young people, and the ways they self-identify. The Italian-American cast takes pride in their ethnicity. In fact, it is a key driver of how they bond with each other and self-identify.

They refer to themselves as 'guidos' in a positive manner. It's pure entertainment, dramatic, engaging and comedic" [43] MTV has since refrained from using the terms "guido" and "guidette" in promo clips and on their web site after being confronted by UNICO National President Andre DiMino prior to the series debut. The Apache tribes fought the invading Spanish and Mexican peoples for centuries. The first Apache raids on Sonora appear to have taken place during the late 17th century.

In 19th-century confrontations during the American- Indian war of ethnic cleansing, the U. Army found the Apache to be fierce warriors and skillful strategists. Apache groups are politically autonomous.

The major groups speak several different languages and developed distinct and competitive cultures. Apache people have moved throughout the United States and elsewhere, including urban centers. There were a few not very known bands in there, like The Lowthers or The Pilgrims which have been featured in the blog.

It was released in on Windmill Records with no catalog number. Who ran Windmill Records by the way? It was just a few weeks ago that I reconnected with it thanks to Heinz.

He had uploaded the song to Youtube and well, I started wondering what about this band, it looks and sounds very obscure. I honestly have only heard this one song. The thing is that the always amazing Tamworth Music website has a lot of facts about this band and I will try to get you the basics.

The Ferocious Apaches were: No last name for Bob the bassist. Rob Cross has written some memories of those days, from 86 to 87, about his time in the band. They recorded songs at Expresso Bongo studios. Were these songs released on a tape? Sounds like they were having a good time. Checking clippings from the Tamworth Herald, I notice that the band played with The Rosehips, yes the fucking Rosehips! Wonder if Rocker or Pete remember them.

Emma Gibbs Loves Badges were also on the bill.

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