Hispanics have helped shape punk rock since the Zeros and the Bags fomented a brown shade of musical resistance in the late 1970s. Years earlier, though, garage rockers paved the path, sending tunes like "Jump Jive and Harmonize," an East L.A. slab of teenage cool by Cramps fave Thee Midnighters oozing with lowrider authenticity, onto the airwaves. For every scrawny white kid discovering the empowering ethos of Do It Yourself, a kid in the barrio was doing it... More >>>