Fugazi. Bikini Kill. Modest Mouse. These groundbreaking bands and their peers not only shaped the face of today's underground music scene, but also established a thriving subculture based on do-it-yourself ideals while repudiating mainstream conventions with urgency and integrity. Here, in acclaimed photographer Pat Graham's debut collection of work, the moments, the music, and the message all come alive with vivid intensity and searing honesty, as he documents the evolution of independent music history from his vantage point at the heart of the Washington, DC scene over the last two decades. This retrospective traces Pat Graham's development as a photographer, while reflecting a deep appreciation of the scene he helped to create -- and has now memorialized.