Sex pistols

Noisey News

Margaret Thatcher’s Briefing on Punk for a 1987 Interview Is Pure Gold

"The 'PUNK' era which hit the music world between 1976-1978 was a very basic musical style"—an official document, which misspells the word "synthesizers."
Lauren O'Neill
10.17.17
VICELAND

Steve Jones Opens Up About His Sex Addiction

Tune into VICELAND to hear the Sex Pistols guitarist discuss his problems with intimacy on 'THE THERAPIST.'
VICE Staff
9.5.17
hell yeah

Bang Your Damn Head Because Mötorhead's Covers Album Is Here

'Under Cover' includes a previously unheard cover of David Bowie's "Heroes," one of the last songs Lemmy recorded before his death.
Lauren O'Neill
9.1.17
punk

Rare Photos of the 70s British Punk Scene

The new photo book 'Spirit of 76: London Punk Eyewitness' is a striking view from the front lines of when punk became punk.
Matthew James-Wilson
4.26.17
Noisey News

Johnny Rotten Says He’ll Rather Miss the Queen When She Dies, Actually

So much for his "God Saves the Queen" Sex Pistols rage.
Lauren O'Neill
3.22.17
Culture

Iconic Photos from San Francisco's 70s Punk Scene

Photographer Michael Jang captured the Sex Pistols' final performance and other groundbreaking moments as the Bay Area punk scene exploded in the 1970s.
Matthew James-Wilson
1.4.17
Art

Wes Anderson Directed a New Commercial and It's Super Cute: Last Week in Art

Also, Kanye West’s childhood home is being turned into a Arts Center for disadvantaged youth.
Nathaniel Ainley
11.28.16
Interviews

Never Mind the Sex Pistols... It Was The Damned Who Pioneered UK Punk

Forty years after “New Rose”, we sat down with Dave Vanian of The Damned to dissect subculture, originality, and why punk is better off dead.
Biju Belinky
11.22.16
Features

Alex Paterson From The Orb Picked His 10 Favorite Punk Records Ever

One half of the one of the most influential electronic duos of all time handpicks 10 punk rock screamers ahead of a very special gig.
Josh Baines
7.15.16
Music

Legendary Photographer Dennis Morris on Bob Marley, Johnny Rotten, and Getting Shot

We sat down with the man who signed the Slits, was in Britain's first black punk band, and took the most famous photograph of Bob Marley in the world.
Gavin Haynes
3.4.16
Interviews

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.
3.2.16
Presented By Vinyl

How Martin Scorsese Used Rock and Punk Music Throughout His Career

'Mean Streets,' 'Raging Bull,' 'Goodfellas,' 'Casino,' and more demonstrate how Scorsese creates mood with specific music.
Alex Godfrey
2.11.16
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