Are you alive to the jive of ‘75?
Join Kim Salmon this week as he takes us on a very personal journey through the primal rock which changed his life in the early days of Perth punk scene.
Kim was 18 when punk hit and it knocked him for six. “It was far away from the sunbleached, cheese cloth wearing white middle class blues playing hippy-dom which Perth had to offer.”
Punk was Kim’s quest. Hear his thoughts on everything from the raw garage and “deranged vocals” of The Cramps, to the theatrical sexuality of Hunks & His Punks & Patti’s punk poetry. Gold nuggets too, from The Ramones, The Stooges and The New York Dolls.