From Fear's "I Love Livin' in the City" to "In the City" by The Jam, the history of punk rock is chock-full of tributes to urban life and all the struggle and glamour that it entails. But aspiring rockers growing up in Middle America, aching to escape suburban ennui or rural frustration, arguably have a lot more to scream about -- conformity, narrow-mindedness and brutal politics, for starters. Even after they flee the confines of their back-roads 'burbs for a bustling metropolis, they bring their... More >>>