Episode 395:
Awesome Siblings Week on Turned Out A Punk continues! Today on the show, arguably one of the most important & extreme artists to emerge from punk, the great KEMBRA PFAHLER! Listen in as Damian sits down with one of his artistic heroes to talk about her incredible journey from Southern California surfer kid to New York City art icon. The Voluptuous Horror Of Karen Black, No Wave, Joe Coleman, the influence of Adam & Jawbreaker, The Screamers, her mom’s reaction to “Sewing Circle”, the importance of surfing & tons more: THIS IS NOT TO BE MISSED! PHOTO BY: Jean Toir

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Also Touched On:
sharing process
no hierarchy of influence 
Jawbreaker is the world’s greatest band
Blake’s gift of a book
Rodney’s: the good, the bad, the ugly
The impact of growing up on the beach
The Mad
Fred Pfahler: one of the godfathers of California surfing

Surfing as the roots of youth culture
Yesterbating: revisiting old work
NY Loft Parties
The Pyramid Club
parental support 
No Wave
Lydia Lunch
Uncle Joe Coleman
The Steel Tips

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