A look at some of the classic music inspired by the famous New York landmark.
Several years ago, the Los Angeles Times praised the enduring imprint having survived and thrived through "25 years of weirdness and punk."
In music weekly Melody Maker's August 7, 1976 edition, the Pistols and punk were the talk of the UK.
Guitarist and songwriter Charlotte Caffey talks getting candid on-screen and her role in the revelatory new Showtime documentary, ‘The Go-Go’s’.
Released after the tragedy of losing their frontman, Sublime’s self-titled third album remains testament to the unique sound the band created.
From fleeting, backstage hangs to longtime creative partnerships, the best musical friendships come in all forms.
In this fascinating clip, the US punk rock icon, writer and broadcaster meets a trailblazing record label boss.
Formerly the frontman with legendary outfits Black Flag and Rollins Band, Rollins is a confirmed champion of vinyl.
‘The Public Image Is Rotten’ celebrates PiL’s 40-year career and suggests they’ve made an even more lasting musical impression than Lydon’s Sex Pistols.
The Go-Go’s channelled their LA punk roots into an impeccable new wave pop classic with their 1981 debut album, ‘Beauty and the Beat’.
A critical and commercial smash, the album peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 upon its initial release in 2014.
Launched during punk’s first wave, Mark Perry’s ‘Sniffin’ Glue’ fanzine captured the scene in its purest form and went on to shape the future of fanzines.
Though one of Iggy’s most famous songs, the ‘Lust For life’ classic never had a promo clip – until now.
The Showtime film will span the legendary artist’s enduring and wide-ranging career.
The Chicago punk band was co-founded by Joe Principe and led by Tim McIllrath and are known for their urgent songwriting and political activism.
The British punk band from London are famous for their reggae-influenced punk music as well as their critically beloved discography.