Photos and Words by Adrian Gandara
Poster by Katy Avery
A bunch of punks got together Saturday for a house show at the Audubon Society, raising $150 for Out Youth, a local safe place for youth of all sexual orientations and gender identities to be themselves.
Punk was more than three chords. It was synths and synthpop. A travelling mandolin and U.K. accordionist. Drum machines. A string section. A Los Angeles rapper.
And then the crowd dumped beer on Hans Gruber and the Die Hards and everyone moshed to Harry Belafonte’s “Jump In the Line.” Check out the photos below.