Bunch of fucking goofs

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Bunchofuckingoofs , or the BFGs, are an infamous Canadian hardcore punk band from Kensington Market in Toronto , Ontario who formed in November as a response to "a local war with glue huffing Nazi skinheads". They ran a hour a day, seven day a week boozecan for five years from July to July at their Baldwin Street address known on the street as "Fort Goof". Their "live like there is no tomorrow, end of the world by nuclear war" attitude and lifestyle was documented in Ruth Taylor and Edward Mowbray's Victory Video Arts Presentation's "Not Dead Yet" in For another three and half years they continued their antics at the 26A Oxford Street warehouse Goof World until May 5, The band has a notorious reputation for their excessive beer drinking, [3] anti social outbursts and violent behaviour on and off stage as well as their followers. He won more than 13 percent of the total vote with 1, votes, losing the seat to Dale Martin the incumbent , who won with 6, votes.

Bunch Of Fucking Goofs in Kensingston Market in Toronto

Bunchofuckingoofs

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Toronto punk squalor immortalized in beautiful book. The wonder isn't just that somebody wrote a book about the Bunchofuckingoofs , probably the most unglamourous and confrontational product of the city's punk scene. Frankly, it would have happened eventually, if only because there's such a good story behind the squalor and occasional violence that typified the band's nearly two-decade reign as the clown princes and junkyard dogs of Kensington Market. The wonder is that Jennifer Morton's book, Dirty, Drunk And Punk , is such a handsome, coffee table-worthy volume, setting the Goofs' grimy antics in a gilded frame. Morton was a producer at The New Music when she filmed the BFG at Fort Goof in the late '80s - actually the second of two bunker-like refuges and after-hour booze cans the Goofs built for themselves in the Market, during the heyday of their infamy as downtown's most visible proponents of the punk lifestyle.
Sign up Login. The band has a notorious reputation for their excessive beer drinking, anti social outbursts and violent behaviour on and off stage as well as their followers. In , Kieran Plunkett, the present singer and bass player for UK punk band The Restarts, spraypainted the Bunchofuckingoofs logo on the Berlin Wall and after the fall of the wall, that section of the wall was taken off to be viewed in art expositions in Basel, Switzerland and New York City. The 8, 4 meter tall pieces of the wall measuring ten meters long were then to be auctioned off at Sotheby's.