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MARK LIND AND THE UNLOVED
Michael J. Epstein
Out: Chasing the ghost of punk with the Ducky Boys
I recall the notion of the Ducky Boys breaking up and getting back together for "one last show" on a regular basis becoming kind of a running joke among cynical punk scene dwellers of the '00s.
Hey, Duck you
| February 24, 2012
New music for Boston's winter of discontent
Here are 10 record-release parties from both newcomers and veterans of our city, dropping new music from now until March's thaw.
| December 30, 2011
[live review + video] William Elliott Whitmore + Laura Stevenson + 2/3 of Ducky Boys @ Great Scott
Saturday night at Great Scott was weird. Fun, but weird. This sold-out all-acoustic endeavor drew people with scally caps and neck tattoos, people presumably there...
| July 25, 2011
If you're inclined to play punk rock, chances are you've got a self-esteem problem. It's not an æsthetic that attracts the well-adjusted. Exhibit A: Mark Lind. As bassist and frontman of the Ducky Boys, he's opened for Rancid, U.S. Bombs, and Flogging M
Don't call Mark Lind's Unloved a solo project
| November 20, 2009
From Belfast to Boston
“You look at the Bosstones," says one veteran punk frontman, "you look at Dropkick Murphys, you look at the Bruisers, the Ducky Boys, and you hear SLF in all those bands."
The explosive impact of Stiff Little Fingers
| January 17, 2006
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