10 Mar
The latest offering from Converse's Three Artists. One Song series

What do you get when you throw 2/3 of the remaining members of The Clash into a studio with Diplo, and then let Frank Ocean come in and lace some very Frank Oceany vocals on top? Hero. The answer is, you get “Hero”. But I’m a little confused as to how this fits into Converse’s Three […]


7 Oct
All you need to hear from the legendary British punk icons

You don’t have to dig much further than our logo to realize how much we respect The Clash. To wax poetic about their greatness is a total waste of time — you either get it or you don’t. If you do get it, then there’s certainly a need to get this Sound System box set. […]


12 Sep
The unquestionable King of Dub returns in a trance

I’m sitting here in a fog of pain killers and medical marijuana listening to Master Piece, renowned dub-reggae pioneer Lee “Scratch” Perry’s latest offering of lounge-dub and deep trance. I got the vinyl — it’s crisp and warm at the same time like sitting by a fire in a field of snow. It’s September 11, 2012, […]


16 Jul
Rare footage behind the magic of Joe Strummer & Mick Jones

How much do we love The Clash? Enough to name our entire project after them, duh. Having taken in many of the best documentaries on the legendary British band, we’re always stoked when a new doc, book, comic, biopic, cartoon, porn, fanzine, Tweet, pamphlet or whatever is released. Such is the case with The Rise […]


8 Apr
The Clash, U2, The Boss, Stones... what more do you need?

The Morrison Hotel Gallery has become my second home lately. Sort of feels like Sid Vicious camping out at the Chelsea, but without all the heroin shooting and girlfriend stabbing. Why am I back so soon, cos the fine folks at MHG have yet again brought an amazing collection of rarely seen and intimate photos […]


31 Mar
Wolfgang Büld's 1980 film in its entirety

A one-hour documentary made by German filmmaker Wolfgang Büld, Punk In England was filmed in 1980 as punk was fading out, and attempts to capture the scene at a point of transition from a revolution to the pop mainstream. The film is the second part of a trilogy, following Punk n London, and records the […]


22 Mar
The Photography of Janette Beckman and David Corio at The Morrison Hotel Gallery in New York City

Another impressive opening at The Morrison Hotel Gallery (Bowery) in New York City went down March 11th — a joint photography exhibition documenting the monumental punk and hip hop movements of the 70s and early 80s. For those who are not in the know, The Morrison Hotel is a fine art photography gallery based in […]


13 Jan
Motorhead's Lemmy Kilmister finally gets his documentary

We don’t have any more rock stars. Sorry kids, thems the facts. Sure we have plenty of fame-reluctant indie bands floating around, talentless attention-starved pop stars clogging the airwaves, and more than enough material-obsessed rappers to fill the Mall of America, but we don’t have any Rock Stars. You know, guys like David Lee Roth […]