For decades a low-budget, high-energy punk rock scene has been burning through the backyards and empty lots of East Los Angeles, Boyle Heights and South Central Los Angeles.
If the new documentary "Los Punks: We Are All We Have" is any indication, the neighbors aren't too happy about it.
But the kids with mohawks keep coming anyway.
Featuring a new wave of loud, fast bands such as Psyk Ward, Rhythmic Asylum, Las Cochinas, Corrupted Youth and more, "Los Punks" documents the lives of a ragtag bunch of punks as they build and maintain a community.
The film premiered in January as one of the 20 feature-length...