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Greetings from New Zealand

Discussion in 'New members introductions' started by TaitheStrange, Dec 3, 2009.

  1. TaitheStrange

    TaitheStrangeNew Member New Member


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    Hey peoples. Stumbled upon this site quite some time ago but only now worked up the guts to join and (hopefully) contribute.

    Name's Tai and I'm an anarchist from New Zealand, soon to be taking up residence in the city of Wellington. I'm into a hugely eclectic range of music (industrial, folk, experimental, psychedelic, metal, electronic, hip-hop, rock of all sorts) but punk has always pretty much been my one true love. Recently I've been heavily getting into crust, d-beat and anarcho-punk as well as a range of other stuff and the discovery of this site definitely helped fuel my love for different styles of punk rock.

    I'm a huge film nut and film-making has been my big passion for the past few years. Some would consider me somewhat of a pretentious artsy type but really I just believe that self-expression and creative freedom is a vital part of the human spirit that we need to support and admire; probably why things like punk music have always 'clicked' with me on some level.

    Anyway, enough rambling from me. :ecouteurs:

    Cheers everyone.
     

  2. ASA

    ASAExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    G'day Taithe
     
  3. punkmar77

    punkmar77Administrator Staff Member Admin Team Experienced member


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    It takes all kinds of different people to start a revolution Tai, welcome and if you like d-beat check out our page and music at myspace.com/diatribepunk and let me know what you hear......
     
  4. Extinction

    ExtinctionExperienced Member Experienced member Forum Member


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    Hello and welcome sir.