Monday Photo Blog: Vincent Medina

19 11 2012

This past Halloween the ponx of Los Angeles threw a series of Halloween themed shows where local bands would cover bands of the past, such as Los Tomados doing a set of Minor Threat songs, or members of Sadicos and and Drapetomia covering X-Ray Spex, and Distruye y Huye covering Vice Squad. Man on the scene, Vincent Medina sent  us some stuff to the  Monday Photo Blog for your visual stoke of the day. You can see more of his work, as well as find out about some of the shows happening in the Los Angeles area at beanzattack.blogspot.com.

Los Tomados covering Minor Threat at the Crash Pad. (photo by Vincent Medina)

Los Tomados covering Minor Threat at the Crash Pad. (photo by Vincent Medina)

Distruye y Huye as Vice Squad. (photo by Vincent Medina)

Distruye y Huye as Vice Squad. (photo by Vincent Medina)

Stay Puft Marshmallow Man!! (photo by Vincent Medina)

Members of Sadicos and Drapetomia covering the X-Ray Spex. (photo by Vincent Medina)

Members of Sadicos and Drapetomia covering the X-Ray Spex. (photo by Vincent Medina)

Send your tour photos, bands that have come through your town, the best of your local bands, etc. to: photoblog {at} maximumrocknroll(.)com. Include your name, a link to your website (or flickr, Facebook, or whatever), and the band (or subject), date and location of each photo. Just send your best photos — edit tightly. Three to seven photos is plenty, and it’s best to send pictures of different bands. Please do not send watermarked photos. Please make your photos 72 dpi and about 600–800 pixels at the longest side. Not everything sent in will be posted, and a response is not guaranteed, but we do appreciate all of your contributions. Feel free to submit more than once. Thanks!

November 19th, 2012 by Matt Average

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