John Nissen discusses the creative process behind the iconic Pokinatcha Punk design on his blog.Read More
Twenty years ago today we released our very first studio album, Pokinatcha! Twenty years! It's hard to even grasp that! We were kids, still in high school, signed to a brand new label, no real idea what was ahead for us. We certainly had no idea that we would be around 20 years and eight studio albums later, still making music and doing what we love: touring the world and making memories with our fans and friends! Pokinatcha put us on the map and while our sound has grown and matured much since then, we can still hear the raw pop-punk MxPx sound on those 21 rough tracks.
One of the greatest enduring legacies from Pokinatcha is our beloved iconic Pokinatcha Punk logo. The Punk, designed by John Nissen has stood with us throughout all of the past 20 years, through various adaptations and reinterpretations. John designed all of the early Punk images — running, jumping, stomping, and skating. He was kind enough to come back and design this very special 20 Years of Pokinatcha logo just for the anniversary. Thank you John for 20 years of the Pokinatcha Punk!
Here is an up-to-date list of places you can purchase our new MXPX Acoustic Collection album:
Order digitally on Bandcamp:
(If you're buying digitally, this is the best way you can support the band; iTunes, Amazon and other stores take a large percentage of the sale price.)
Acoustic Bundle - MXPX Acoustic Collection & Mike Herrera Acoustic Live Picture Disc:
Bremerton, WA's favorite punk-rock band, MXPX, will release their first set of acoustic jams, MXPX Acoustic Collection, available on their 22nd anniversary, Sunday, July 6, 2014, through the band's label imprint, Rock City Recordings.Read More