Guitarist and songwriter Charlotte Caffey talks getting candid on-screen and her role in the revelatory new Showtime documentary, ‘The Go-Go’s’.
Iggy Pop will have his memoir, Total Chaos, published this winter by Jack White's Third Man Books.
Collecting a number of iconic photos, three key exhibitions in London show that punk's aesthetic was as important as the music and politics.
The house that was the 1970s base of the Sex Pistols, in London's famous former “Tin Pan Alley,” Denmark Street, has been given Grade II* listed status.
On 25 February 1977, Polydor announced that they had signed The Jam for £6,000. By the time they released ‘In The City’, the band seemed perfectly formed.
Michael Bradley, bassist with late 1970s new wavers the Undertones, has his autobiography Teenage Kicks: My Life As An Undertone out via Omnibus this month.
The Professionals, formed by Steve Jones and Paul Cook after the demise of the Sex Pistols, have The Complete Professionals out by Universal on 16 October.
Bryn Merrick, bass player with punk stalwarts The Damned for five years in the 1980s, has passed away after a battle with cancer, at the age of 56.
‘Danny Says,’ the feature documentary about the former manager of the Ramones, Danny Fields, is to be screened at the 2015 BFI London Film Festival.
The new documentary about British punk pioneers The Damned, ‘Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead,’ has its European premiere tonight (Wed June 3) in London.
The Damned, one of the most seminal bands of the punk era, are the subjects of a new documentary to premiere at SXSW in Austin, Texas next week.
September 10, 1974 was the day the Dolls divided, when the highly influential original New York Dolls split up.
Within two short and exciting years of punk, there were rapid changes, as the creative innovators starting experimenting on a worldwide scale.
When music, fashion, art & attitude combine in a way they did when the Sex Pistols first appeared they offered a heady mix, orchestrated by Malcolm McLaren.