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RECKLESS by David Forcier

Reckless is a photo book that showcases an intimate and truthful display of the underground Australian punk scene and the artists that perform within it.

The images document a variety of established musicians and artists such as, The Stevens, Total Control, Hankwood and The Hammerheads, Haram, Parsnip, Lowlife, Oh Sees and more. From 2016 through to the present, the zine creates a monochromatic narrative that presents the in and outs of the Australian Punk scene from the last 4 years.

“There’s always endings and beginnings to everything in life and this period of time is no different. I've always found it important to be able to bookend periods of time so we can know that we are all collectively moving forward in some capacity.“ - David Forcier

The book allows the viewer to see moments in time that are normally lost in the chaos of these very shows. It is very easy to take photos of a band, but its very hard to actually capture the emotion, passion and pure reckless nature of such an environment, Dave does just that.

-- RECKLESS MIXTAPE ALSO AVAILABLE --
Due to the amazing collection of musicians and bands featured in the book, it seemed fitting to have those very bands recommend some bangers they thought would work well on a mixtape. RECKLESS Mixtape is a collection of unique and wonderful songs, arranged and mixed by David Forcier for your listening pleasure. Buy now with the book above, or separately here



 
MOM002 
84 Pages
107 Photographs
Black & White
Riso Printed
Staple Binding
133mm x 210mm
First Edition of 100

RECKLESS Mixtape also available with book or separately!



Pysical copies available at:

Lulu’s record Store (Thornbury)
Metropolis Books (Melbourne CBD)
Perimeter Books (Thornbury)
Brick & Mortar Supply (Prahran) 





         







                       

           








































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