N.Y.H.C. (film)


N.Y.H.C. (film)
N.Y.H.C.
Directed by Frank Pavich
Produced by Frank Pavich
Stephen Scarlata
Anthony Edwards (EP)
Dante Di Loreto (EP)
Starring Madball
25 ta Life
Vision of Disorder
Crown of Thornz
108
No Redeeming Social Value
District 9
Cinematography Henryk Tzvi Cymerman
Editing by Jason Airey
Frank Pavich
Distributed by HALO 8 Entertainment
Release date(s) United States 1999
Running time 87 min.
Country US
Language English

N.Y.H.C. is a documentary film directed by Frank Pavich about the mid-90s New York hardcore scene.

The documentary was acquired for distribution by HALO 8 Entertainment in December 2007. On March 25, 2008, Halo-8 released a two disc Special Edition for the documentary's first time on DVD. Disc 2 featurse previously unreleased footage including "Where Are They Now?" interviews shot ten years after the original documentary, live performances of complete songs by Vision of Disorder, Madball, 25 ta Life, 108, District 9, and more, as well as new interviews with Lou Koller (Sick of It All) and Toby Morse (H2O).

Contents

Synopsis

One of the few documentaries focusing on the hardcore music scene of one city (after the genre became much less tied to, and a subgenre of punk rock), N.Y.H.C. featured seven bands prominent in the mid-90s scene. A diverse grouping was selected, from Long Island suburbanites to Bronx inner-city youth to Hare Krishna devotees.

Live performances

The featured bands are:

Interviewees

Interviewees include:

  • Freddy Madball (Madball)
  • Rick ta Life (25 ta Life)
  • Roger Miret (Agnostic Front)
  • John Joseph (Cro-Mags)
  • Lord Ezec (Crown of Thornz)
  • Mike Dijan (Crown of Thornz)
  • Kevin Gill (SFT Records)
  • Barbara Kenngott (SFT Records)
  • Vic DiCara (108)
  • Rasaraja dasa aka Rob Fish (108)
  • Trivikrama dasa (108)
  • Jimmy Gestapo (Murphy's Law)
  • Tommy Rat (Rejuvenate)
  • Dean Miller (No Redeeming Social Value)
  • Vinnie Value (No Redeeming Social Value)
  • Kent Miller (No Redeeming Social Value)
  • Mike Dixon (No Redeeming Social Value)
  • Chris Wynne (In Effect Magazine)
  • Tim Williams (VOD)
  • Mike Kennedy (VOD)
  • Mike Fleischmann (VOD)
  • Brendan Cohen (VOD)
  • Matt Baumbach (VOD)
  • Myke Rivera (District 9)
  • Cesar Ramirez (District 9)
  • Todd Hamilton (District 9)
  • Loki Velasquez (District 9)

Notable in this film is interview footage of Roger Miret while using a wheelchair due to a vertebrae injury sustained at a show.

Film Festivals

Soundtrack

The N.Y.H.C. Documentary Soundtrack was released in 1996 prior to the film’s release by SFT Records on compact disc. It was intended to help raise funds for the completion of the documentary itself (which was finally completed & released in 1999). This CD featured live tracks as well as interview clips. The featured bands are Madball, 25 ta Life, Vision of Disorder, 108, Crown of Thornz, No Redeeming Social Value and District 9.

N.Y.H.C. Documentary Soundtrack
Soundtrack album
Released 1996
Recorded Recorded 1995
Genre Hardcore punk
Length 73 minutes
Label S.F.T Records
Producer Velebit Productions

All tracks were recorded live in the summer of 1995. It is currently out of print.

Track listing

  1. Crown of Thornz - Juggernaut
  2. 25 ta Life - Da Lowdown
  3. Kevin Gill of SFT Records (interview dialogue)
  4. Vision of Disorder - Suffer
  5. Virginia (interview dialogue)
  6. District 9 - Fool
  7. Freddy Madball (interview dialogue)
  8. Madball - New York City
  9. Rasaraja dasa of 108 (interview dialogue)
  10. 108 - Solitary
  11. Vinnie & Dean of NRSV (interview dialogue)
  12. No Redeeming Social Value - New 64
  13. Myke & Todd of Distcict 9 (interview dialogue)
  14. District 9 - Victim
  15. Rick ta Life (interview dialogue)
  16. 25 ta Life - Separate Ways
  17. John Joseph of the Cro-Mags (interview dialogue)
  18. 108 - Holyname
  19. Tim & Brendan of Vision of Disorder (interview dialogue)
  20. Vision of Disorder - Formula for Failure
  21. Roger Miret of Agnostic Front (interview dialogue)
  22. Madball - It's Time
  23. Madball - Crucified (with Roger Miret on Vocals)
  24. Dean & Vinnie of NRSV with Chris of In Effect Magazine (interview dialogue)
  25. No Redeeming Social Value - No Regrets
  26. Tim Williams, Matt Baumbach, Mike Kennedy & Mike Fleischmann of Vision of Disorder (interview dialogue)
  27. Vision of Disorder - D.T.O.
  28. Ezec of Crown of Thornz (interview dialogue)
  29. Crown of Thornz - Crown of Thornz

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