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See how punk rock took over suburban Mount Pearl

How did punk rock music and culture come to thrive in the genteel, suburban city of Mount Pearl? It's a story told in a new exhibit at Admiralty House Communications Museum. Follow the noise and dive in with this short documentary, Punk in The Pearl.

"I've never seen a mosh pit in a museum before."

Punk in The Pearl: how kids rocked the suburbs

4 months ago
Duration 9:06
How did Mount Pearl, a genteel suburban city, spawn a thriving punk rock music and cultural scene? That’s the story of “Punk Rock Pearl”, a new exhibition at Admiralty House Communications Museum. Follow the noise and dive in.

How did punk rock music come to thrive in the quiet, suburban city of Mount Pearl? It's a story told in a new exhibit at Admiralty House Communications Museum.

In this short documentary, Punk in The Pearl, we take you inside the exhibit, meet the bands that inspired it and explore a cultural moment made by local teens, for local teens.

Read our full story here.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Zach Goudie is a journalist and video producer with CBC in St. John's.

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