Documenting chaotic times, not unlike our own, ‘London Calling’ is loaded with a rebel spirit and armed with an idealistic message of hope.
Producing albums for The Clash and Blue Oyster Cult, the legendary producer leaves behind a legacy of great rock records.
Kids have access to all kinds of music these days, but their music taste is still so dependent on the grown-ups around them, so a new kid-friendly book called What Is Punk? has hit the shelves. What Is Punk? was developed by author Eric Morse and illustrator Anny Yi, and doubles as a history lesson
Frank Ocean and Diplo have combined their powers with former The Clash members Mick Jones and Paul Simonon, with the quartet coming together to make Hero, a track specially written for Converse’s Three Artists, One Song series. The dreamy, soulful track was one of five written by Diplo, Jones and Simonon in Damon Albarn‘s studio
Death Grips, we’re looking at you…
In a project overseen by guitarist Mick Jones, 5 original albums from punk masters The Clash will be given the full remastered service. The new albums will be released in a boombox-shaped box set aptly titled the Sound System. The albums which have been selected for the set will be The Clash (1977), Give ‘Em
One Direction have revealed that they find the opening riff in The Clash’s Should I Stay Or Should I Go a ‘great’ one – and they intentionally ripped it off for their new single Live While We’re Young.
Here’s a bit of a mellon scratcher to wrap up your Monday arvo. Following the recent unveiling of their latest video effort, One Direction have received backlash after fans began commenting on the resemblance Live While We’re Young has to The Clash’s 1981 masterpiece Should I Stay Or Should I Go.