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Classic Video – Casualties at NYC’s ABC No Rio Circa 1991

// December 13th, 2014 // No Comments » // Videos

Stumbled across this video in my “spare” time. 1991 Casualties.. wow!

What I would have given for some HD Video back then.. still.. it’s classic.

Slovakian Punk with Do What You Like

// November 25th, 2014 // No Comments » // Videos



Remember my trip to Bratislava, Slovakia this summer? Missed it? Read about it HERE.

Well our pals from Kto Chce ?o Chce (Do What You Like) are out with their very 1st music video – Hviezdy . I have no idea what that means but does it really matter? Do what you want… and what you want to do is watch this kick ass music video from our pals!

A Punk Teaser from Serbia

// November 21st, 2014 // No Comments » // Videos

Here is a small taste of our interview with Serbian punk band Kvazimodo. See more of the interview and get a bigger dose of the potent Serbian punk scene coming up when the episode re-airs. visit Raw Travel TV for tune in info.

Normandie Blue on the Mexican Radio

// November 2nd, 2014 // No Comments » // Videos

Our pal Alex Blue of Normandie Blue, plays an acoustic version of “Friendly Advice” live on Mexico City Radio.

This tune and others available on “It Is What It Is” from Punk Outlaw Records.

Coney Island Sideshow School Featuring Adam Realman

// October 27th, 2014 // No Comments » // Videos

Every wanted to swallow a sword? Eat Fire? Drive a nail up your nose (or someone elses)?

Who hasn’t?

Well now you can with Adam Realman (AKA the Professa) at the Coney Island Sideshow School in this Raw Travel Extended Webcut.



Serbian Punk – Kvazimodo

// October 26th, 2014 // No Comments » // Videos

With Darko & the guys from Kvazimodo

With Darko & the guys from Kvazimodo in Belgrade, Serbia 

Catch these guys on Raw Travel Serbia coming next month (Nov. 8th-9th, 2014) in the U.S.

Kvazimodo’s New Video with Lyrics

Lyrics (English Translation) 
Years pass, all things
we are silent, it will no longer be able to

Ask yourself why you put up with
now show me everything, everything you think

Raise your voice (hey hey hey)
Raise your hand
Against the system now
Raise your voice
Raise your hand

With eyes take off your blindfold
Another person’s hand is now in your pocket

Income tax at all, the breathing
I will no longer so, so can not

Raise your voice (hey hey hey)
Raise your hand
Against the system now
Raise your voice
Raise your hand

Copyright 2014 – Kvazimodo


Singl: Revolucija (2014)
Producer: Pedericco Rashiid (Atheist Rap)
Studio: SOCIJALA STUDIO (Novi Sad, Serbia)
Lyrics: Ilija Marjanovi?
Music: Milan Vi?i?
Video: Darko Stojanovi?
Kvazimodo is:
Milan Vi?i? (gutars,vocal)
Darko Stojanovi? (drums,back vocal)
Ilija Marjanovi?(bass,vocal)

Nashville Tennessee.. Musical Mecca

// October 23rd, 2014 // No Comments » // Videos

Johnny Cash Museum

Johnny Cash Museum

Nasvhille Tennessee, my home town (well close enough) and it’s booming. We were recently in town filming for Raw Travel TV. I know that you know that Nashville is a great music town. We all know about it’s country music legacy and while I don’t have much patience or resepct for today’s modern country music scene, I do, like many punk rockers, respect immensely the old time roots country & hillbilly influence from artists back in the day and a handful of original artists today that may fall into the “country” or “crossover” genre.

Johnny Cash Musuem

Johnny Cash Musuem


What you may not know about Nashville is that it’s a musical river that runs long and deep. I was spoiled when I lived there able to take in incredibly talented musicians playing live almost every day of the week for next to nothing.

While NYC may boasts the king of all things media, Nashville is the reining champ when it comes to music. Sorry Austin, please by all means, do keep doing your thing but Nashville is the spot.

Jonah Kraut

Jonah Kraut

And yes, if you are wondering, while I’m no expert I do know that there is a decent punk rock history as well. Bands like Jason and the Scorchers and venues like the famed Exit Inn (still running strong) come to mind.

While in Nashville, we soaked it all in. We stopped off a the newly opened Johnny Cash Museum and interviewed the musuem owner and Johnny Cash’s long time friend, Bill Miller, who regaled us with stories about the man in black and we swapped theories as to how and why Johnny Cash became so beloved by such a wide variety of music lovers (punks included) toward the latter stages of his life and career (and is still picking up steam even after death).

Johnny Cash Mural

Johnny Cash Mural

We also hung out with indie rockabilly musician, Jonah Kraut, a super nice and a super talented songwriter and musician who moved to Nashville from Chicago to be around the good vibes. I’ll have his music up here soon for you to sample. I’ve listeneed to his latest CD and trust me its good stuff.

And then it was time for some psychobilly, Nashville style, with the Hellfire Revival. My producer was so excited when he heard these guys play live I thought I was gonna have to take over on main camera. They have that effect on folks live.

Hellfire Revival

Hellfire Revival

Well, I didn’t take over on camera and below is just a kind of crappy iphone video of the guys performing for us but I really dig their music and wanted to get it out there to you so here goes. Visit the guys on their facebook page and let them know what you think… and tell them you heard it here… on Punk Outlaw.

Jonny Cash Mural - Downtown Nashville

Jonny Cash Mural – Downtown Nashville

Oh and remember to stay tuned to Raw Travel in February when the Nashville episode is due to premiere. I know you like punk rock or you probably wouldn’t be here, but I really think you’ll dig it.

Hellfire Revival

Hellfire Revival

For now, enjoy the music of Hellfire Revival!

Exclusive Video – Krakow’s “Brains All Gone”

// September 16th, 2014 // No Comments » // Videos

Here is an exclusive video from Krakow, Polands “Brains All Gone”.

See more of these talented ladies during the premiere of Raw Travel Oct. 4th-5th with Raw Travel - Krakow, Poland. More info HERE. 

Tarakany! and Anti-Flag “God & Police”

// September 7th, 2014 // No Comments » // Videos

Tarakany’s! (Cockroach) 1st English language CD “Russian Democrazy” features a killer track entitled “God & Police” with Chris Barker from Anti-Flag singing along and perhaps not surprisingly, it’s one of my favorites on the entire CD.

All hype and self serving BS aside, Russian Democrazy never gets old being put on repeat on the old ipod and I think the guys did a 1st class job on selecting tracks for their English language debut. If you haven’t heard it yet, you should.



Viewers of Raw Travel get a taste of Tarakany! every few weeks when we’re able to squeeze in a short commercial promoting “Russian Democrazy” and it seems to be working. Last week, I had to restock our CD Baby account as people actually wanted some physical CDs, rather than just a download off of itunes.

Look, I don’t care how you choose to listen so long as you give good music like this a good listen. Russian Democrazy is just too good and Tarakany! too damned legendary of a talent in Russia to not get some love here in the U.S.

Who knows, maybe Obama and Putin can get together and solve the Ukraine crises while listening to a little Russian Democrazy as inspiration?

Hot off the press here is a recent video from Antiflag & Dima from Tarakany performing said track, “God & Police” for an enthusiastic crowed.

IF you like what you see/ hear, help us spread the word about our Russian pals Tarakany! and the cool music they are putting out.

Bringing a Plethora of Punk Attitude to the Masses

// August 20th, 2014 // No Comments » // Videos

First of all I’d like to thank everyone who supported us during our 1st season of Raw Travel. There are too many folks to thank individually but without their help, we’d never be where we are.

And where are we exactly? Well, in just about every major city in the United States effective with our 2nd season which begins Oct. 4th, 2014. We are in 50 of the top 50 cities and overall in 110 cities and almost 100 million homes on a variety of CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox, CW & My TV affiliates all over the country. All while remaining 100% independent. No, it’s not easy in the least and it’s super rare but we are doing it.

And I think you will see the show is getting better each and every new episode. I hope so. Otherwise, what’s the point.

Our travel’s through Eastern Europe put us in touch with a plethora of punk rockers, misfits and general malcontents.

KRAKOW, POLAND: Things kicked off righteously in Krakow, Poland with “Brains All Gone” and a lovely acoustic performance from a trio of truly impressive young ladies who, in spite their band name, are very, very smart… and talented.

Brains All Gone

Brains All Gone

PRAGUE, CZECH REPUBLIC: From Krakow we traveled by train to the Czech Republic and hooked up with Woody of the psychobilly band Rocket Dogz who took us on a cool rockabilly & psychobilly shopping excursion at Lucky Hazzard in Prague. Man I was wishing I’d brought more luggage.

Hanging at Lucky Hazzard

Hanging at Lucky Hazzard

SLOVAKIA: Then we bussed it down to Bratislava, Slovokia where we hooked up with Kto Chce Co Chce (Do What You Like) for a kick ass rehearsal that rocked the old communist chemical warehouse that now host bands and artists from all over the city. The security guard flipped out at our cameras and the guys spoke zero English while we spoke zero Slovakian but we all spoke punk rock (well not the security guard, she just spoke “flip out”) and it all worked out.

 Kto Chce Co Chce

Kto Chce Co Chce

BUDAPEST, HUNGARY: From there we traveled to Budapest where my pal Rocco from the punk band Bankrupt met us out and show us around the city sites of Old Buda.

With Rocco from Bankrupt! in Budapest

With Rocco from Bankrupt! in Budapest

SERBIA: Then we trained it again, this time down to Novi Sad, Serbia and hooked up with our new pal Dasko and the gang of Red Union who were organizing a punk concert with various bands to benefit a friend’s sick child with mounting medical bills. Red Union kicks ass but even more inspiring was watching the different musicians banding together for a good cause.

Red Union Concert - Novi Sad

Red Union Concert – Novi Sad

Then it was on to Belgrade, where this time, after two years of skyping, facebooking and emailing I finally met Darko, formerly of UPS    (Serbian Acronym for “Stand Against the System) and now with Kvazimodoa (Quazimodo in English), in the flesh. Darko came in by bus from his home town with his band mates, gave us an interview, a CD and then proceeded to show us around town before the guys had to bus it back home. It felt good to finally meet the famous Darko!

With Darko & the guys from Kvazimodo

With Darko & the guys from Kvazimodo

BUCHAREST, ROMANIA: Then it was off to Bucharest, another spot I’d been to in 2012. We headed over to the legendary Underworld Club owned & run by Gabby from the band Molotov Cocktail  (and former sound man of CBGBs from the 90s until the bitter end). After interviewing the now legendary Gabby we participated in a music video shoot for my good pals, the horror punk band Raizing Hell, who, from the look and sound of things are really going places (stay tuned for their new music video possibly featuring a cameo by someone you know coming soon).

Gabby - Underworld

Gabby – Underworld


Raizing Hell Video Shoot

Raizing Hell Video Shoot

RUSE, BULGARIA: After hitting Transylvania and visiting Dracula’s castle (and an impromptu stop to help some herders milk their sheep) we headed to the border town of Ruse, Bulgaria and met the wild guys of Scroletics. These guys are intense and you won’t find them on facebook or twitter. They are 100% underground and you’ll only see them on Raw Travel and/or right here (or you can go to Ruse, Bulgaria.. a not altogether bad idea).

Scroletics of Bulgaria

Scroletics of Bulgaria

NEW YORK CITY: But we’re not done, our NYC Underground show is set to debut 10/24-10/25 and it’s got some killer rockabilly music from our pal Laura of the Screamin’ Rebel Angels and all her Brooklyn pals, as well as a freak show including sword swallowing from our pal Adam Realman in Coney Island. Jimmy, from the famed “Trash & Vaudeville” give’s yours truly a punk makeover and I have to say, it was as fun as it looks and a whole bunch more kiddies, you’ll just have to tune in.

With Laura Rebel Angel  & the Boulevard Bombers at Slap Back in Brooklyn

With Laura Rebel Angel & the Boulevard Bombers at Slap Back in Brooklyn

So yeah, it’s going to be a great season 2 for Raw Travel which begins Oct. 4th in the U.S. with plenty of punk, rockabilly and underground culture to go around. I hope you’ll stay tuned. To reward your loyalty, here is a little taste of what you can expect!