if The Clash had not emerged from the straightjacket of punk, there is no way that their masterpiece—the “London Calling” album—would exist.
2002 saw Green Day in a downward spiral, playing second banana to Blink-182. But the band rallied to pull off one of the greatest comebacks in rock history.
Green Day’s second live release captures some of the excitement of the band in concert, though it’s a shame they didn’t put just a bit more effort into making this a truly definitive live album.
The last of four-part article on Phil Spector’s musical legacy by Harvey Kubernik
Bedouin Soundclash has set the U.S. physical release date for their latest album “Light the Horizon” as Tuesday, June 7.
Shout! Factory has announced the May 17 release a 4-CD set of remastered bootleg tracks by Iggy Pop, titled “Roadkill Rising: The Bootleg Collection 1977–2009.”
Former guitarist in Richard Hell & the Voidoids, Outsets and Lovelies, who has also backed Garland Jeffreys, Afrika Bambaata, Matthew Sweet and the Clash, steps to the fore.
When it comes to this week’s Market Watch, it’s all about soul. Four Northern Soul records sold for a combined value of $21,772.05 this time.
Umbrella Tree Records is a creative haven for alternative, eclectic and punk artists in Western North Carolina – many who have never had a release before.
Ari Up, the frontwoman of the British punk band The Slits, died Oct. 20, 2010, at age 48, reportedly from cancer.