Uncovering The Origins of Punk Rock in Indonesia
It took nearly 20 years after the birth of punk for Indonesians to embrace the genre.
These Artists Make Hyper-Realistic Dioramas of History's Most Iconic Photos
Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger's Photoshop-free pictures are actually tiny dioramas.
Hear St. Vincent Cover The Clash for BBC Radio 1
She also performed acoustic versions of "Los Ageless" and "New York" on Annie Mac's show.
David Bowie and The Clash Were Fans of Derek Boshier’s Art, and You Should Be Too
The British pop art great walks us through his new exhibit to reflect on collaborating with Bowie, tutoring Joe Strummer, and painting iPhones.
Glenn O'Brien Taught Me That Style Is Survival
Mourning the loss of the cultural treasure, who touched my life with his writing, witticisms, and conviction that style was serious business.
Chuck Berry's Reviews of Old Punk Records Are Wonderful
A rediscovered 1980 interview from 'Jet Lag' has the rock 'n' roll icon taking on The Sex Pistols, Joy Division, and The Ramones.
Prophets Of Rage’s Gig Inside A Californian Prison Was Cancelled, So They Played Outside Instead
"The barbed wire cannot keep the music out; the barbed wire cannot keep the message out," said the band's Tom Morello
A Final Interview With the Late Jock Scot, Your Favourite Musician's Favourite Poet
The charismatic Scottish poet came to London in the 70s, charmed every star in the city, and became a shining light for his generation. We met him just weeks before he passed away, and discussed life, poetry, and myths.
Punk Was Rubbish and It Didn’t Change Anything: An Investigation
It might have got record companies to finally wake up to a few grotty upstarts doing it for themselves, but the nothing in the real world changed.
CBGB Isn’t “The Fucking Notre Dame," Punk Died Long Before Then
We interviewed Mark Perry, founder of the fanzine Sniffin’ Glue, about capitalism, counter culture, and whether or not punk can happen again.
The Bug Shares Unreleased Dubplates Featuring the Late Great Spaceape
"I posted these three unreleased Bug/Spaceape tunes to say 2016 will be another year whenThe Spaceape will not be forgotten..."
All These Little Molecules Add Up to Something Beautiful: Finding Good in the World with Craig Finn
The Hold Steady singer's new solo album comes in the wake of his mother passing away and solidifies his role as one of America’s most perceptive and consistently rewarding contemporary songwriters