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11.10.17

War All the Time: A Conversation with Crass’ Penny Rimbaud

The legendary punk poet, activist, and author discusses politics, the duality of the internet, and his new collection of Wilfred Owen's war poetry.

6.19.17

Here's the Black Flag Fidget Spinner You Never Knew You Needed

You can also get Kendrick, Justin Bieber, Crass and Discharge versions of the toy.

3.1.17

Anarchy and Peace with Penny Rimbaud of Crass

In this Noisey film 'Get Out of Your Own Way,' we join the anarcho-punk artist in the English countryside to talk life, zen, and World War I poet Wilfred Owen.

12.14.16

An O.G. Punk's Advice for Making Art in Political Times

The famous Crass artist Gee Vaucher talks about activism and the way people adopt her 1989 work, 'Oh, America.'

6.1.16

Essex Has a Much More Radical History Than You'd Think

Talking to Crass's Penny Rimbaud and the curator of the year-long "Radical Essex" exhibition about the county's history of political agitation and utopian living experiments.

3.21.16

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.

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7.14.15

Meet the Burmese Punks Feeding Their Country's Homeless

Every Monday night, a group of black-clad, silver-studded punks meet under an overpass in downtown Yangon to distribute food to people living on the streets.

7.10.15

Remembering Jo Brocklehurst, the Artist Who Documented London's 1980s Anarcho-Punk Squatters

The late artist was "the real deal", according to those who knew her.

7.2.15

Anarchy in the Classroom: Teaching Capitalist Ideals to Four-Year-Olds Through Punk

From coloring books to the teachings of Crass, an American school teacher on being punk at an early age. Way early.

1.3.14

Penny Rimbaud On How Crass Nearly Started World War 3

The government just published Thatcher's secret documents about the band.

10.23.13
6.14.13

"Punk" is the Grossest Word in Music

If everything is punk, then nothing is punk.

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