These Artists Make Absurdly Detailed Miniatures 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.
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.
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.
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
In Conversation: The Clash's Mick Jones and London Sibling Trio Kitty, Daisy & Lewis
We join the band rock 'n' roll-blues-soul-skiffle band in the studio with Mick Jones, who produced their LP, to talk music, familial connections, and Rod Stewart’s fur coat.
Julien Temple Filmed the Breakout of British Punk
And he's just released a new documentary featuring never-before-seen footage from the Clash's 1977 New Year's Day show.
Science Finally Does Something Cool and Names a Snail After The Clash’s Joe Strummer
At last, some cool science news.
Bobby Keys Was History's Hardest-Partying Saxophonist
I spoke to Joe Ely, a friend of the late Rolling Stones horn player, about their time in West Texas's honky-tonks and their legendary escapades fueled by booze and little white pills.
A History of 'Frestonia,' a Micronation of Squatters Who Declared Independence from the UK
How a bunch of pioneering weirdos carved out their own space in London.
We Should All Be Able to Judge an Album by Its Cover
Cover art matters if you want your album to stick around.
Longreads Or Whatever
Vodka, Groupies and Private Jets: Why Classical Musicians Are More Hardcore than Rock Stars
I would prefer to spend the night with the likes of Currentzis and Gergiev than Mumford and Sons or Clean Bandit.