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Who Is Sade Adu and Why Is She on a Supreme T-Shirt?

Fri, 17 Feb 2017 00:28:14 GMT

Supreme's 2017 spring/summer range drops today and when the collection was first teased, it revealed that singer/songwriter Sade Adu of the band Sade was the next face of the label's music tee series . Names who've appeared on these special projects before included Morrissey , Neil Young , Lou Reed, The Clash, John Coltrane, and Isaac Hayes to name a few.




Want to own Lemmy from Motorhead's favourite Aylesbury pub? Cats not included

Tue, 14 Feb 2017 13:47:01 GMT

A pub which attracted the likes of The Clash's Joe Strummer and Motorhead's Lemmy through its doors is looking for a new owner. This is the first time that The Green Man, in Aylesbury's Market Square has been available for a private buyer, after years as the property of a brewery.




The Neuroscience of Deciding: Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Mon, 13 Feb 2017 20:41:37 GMT

This photograph of a rat exploring a traffic light is an artistic representation of the balance between motor inhibition , preparation , and execution . An international team of researchers has pinpointed the specific role that five subareas within the prefrontal cortex play in making reactive and proactive decisions to stop, start, or prepare for a particular action.




'We felt we could change the world' Rock Against Racism remembered

Sun, 12 Feb 2017 02:26:01 GMT

Lewisham, London 13 August 1977. Demonstrators taking part in what has been known as the 'Anti-Anti Mugging March' in response to the National Front's 'Anti-Mugging March.'




Top Clash tribute band coming to Widnes

Thu, 09 Feb 2017 19:16:25 GMT

FANS of classic punk rock can relive the glory days of 1977 when one of the UK's leading Clash tribute bands comes to Widnes. London Calling are playing a gig at the Studio on Lacey Street to mark the 40th anniversary of the release of White Riot - the debut single by The Clash.




Punk: how cinema ignored something so loud

Wed, 08 Feb 2017 11:18:59 GMT

Once upon a time, Hollywood was good at co-opting and selling youth culture. When rock 'n' roll and biker gangs came along in the 1950s, the studios came up with generational totems like "Blackboard Jungle" and "The Wild Ones."




How Television Made 'Marquee Moon,' the Best Punk Guitar Album Ever

Wed, 08 Feb 2017 03:13:20 GMT

Guitar heroism wasn't initially part of punk rock's plan. The goal was to create something simpler, more caustic, the very antithesis of anything beyond three chords and the truth.




International Clash (Song of the) Day! Billy Sedlmayr on 'The...

Tue, 07 Feb 2017 22:33:17 GMT

I am up early staring at a photo of The Clash.They should of negotiated a deal with some dentists while pulling off one of the more incredible feats of rock 'n' roll l history. They released Sandinista in December 1980, and by summer were in New York City, promoting what was to be a three-night soldout at the storied Bond theater.




The Menzingers Never Show Up for 'After The Party'

Tue, 07 Feb 2017 20:20:38 GMT

The Menzingers are known for making leaps. Not just into the audiences crowding the edges of the stage, but in their music, too.




The Clash Honored in Nine Cities With 'International Clash Day'

Tue, 07 Feb 2017 15:53:58 GMT

"The message of The Clash ... is both powerful and uplifting especially now in this time of struggle," says KEXP's John Richards On Tuesday, nine city and state governments will unite with 23 radio stations to honor punk band  the Clash 's legacy. "International Clash Day ensures new generations are aware that the band, through Joe's snarling lyrics, called out the conspirators and united the people to stand up and be counted," Steve Mullen of the Joe Strummer Foundation said.




How Dave Hause Married Punk and Americana on Marvelous New Album

Fri, 03 Feb 2017 17:25:17 GMT

Slow down the tempo and strip away the staccato guitars, and the most ferocious anthems by rock and punk bands like Social Distortion, Gaslight Anthem and even Bad Religion reveal themselves to be as finely crafted and lyrically astute as the most honest of country and Americana songs. It's an approach with which Dave Hause, a Philadelphia punk-rocker-turned-troubadour, is keenly familiar.




Is Trump Making Rock Rebellious Again?

Fri, 03 Feb 2017 17:25:16 GMT

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Drive-By Truckers' Patterson Hood calls himself 'cynical pragmatic optimist'

Fri, 03 Feb 2017 10:58:15 GMT

More than two decades into their career, the Drive-By Truckers released one of their best albums a few months ago, "American Band" . Not bad for a band that was teetering on the brink of a break-up a few years ago amid a series of lineup changes.




Embracing the rebel: Jimmy Choo's Sandra Choi

Wed, 01 Feb 2017 17:46:42 GMT

The brand's creative director on the inspiration behind its autumn/winter 2017 collection and her star-studded favourite boot The new collection is inspired by punk band The Clash. It's maybe a little bit of a cliche to put it like this, but we also wanted to explore the 'clash' between the sartorial and the more radical - the desire for change and a certain rebelliousness.




RIP Mott the Hoople's Pete Overend Watts, the Ideal Glam Rock Bassist

Tue, 24 Jan 2017 14:51:58 GMT

Zeppelin were too loaded down in their alpine Ebow and Allah blues, their plane lost in the astral clouds somewhere between Mecca, Memphis, and Mordor; the Stones were faux-brutal celebutantes, capable of occasionally pulling some mighty fine spit'n'riff out of their narrow, tax-exile asses, but inconsistent, accountant-minded and as un-British as Arthur Treacher's Fish & Chips; and Floyd, with their delicious and icy planetarium perfection, Northern Star arpeggios and first-date-deep psychological insights, claimed any water-bonged basement as their homeland.