Hailed as the perfect pop-rock album, ‘Parallel Lines’ made Blondie global icons, influencing successive generations of New York bands.
Now hailed for its “adventurous spirit and dynamic songwriting”, ‘Autoamerican’ found Blondie making a radical departure from their new wave roots.
With a primal power that still through loud and clear, Siouxsie And The Banshees’ debut album, ‘The Scream’, remains one of post-punk’s landmark releases.
Emerging in the aftermath of punk, 2 Tone fused Jamaican ska with punk and made stars of bands such as The Specials and Madness.
‘It just seemed like the world could use a nice holiday song right now.’
'20/20 Division' is an expanded edition of the band's recent '20/20 Vision' album, with five additional tracks.
The thinking man’s punks, Anti-Flag champion political and ecological action groups while tackling big issues and proudly waving the banner for punk rock.
Sex Pistols’ incendiary debut album, ‘Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols’, has lost none of its fury, nor its ability to inspire.
A deluxe reissue celebrates the 20th anniversary of the band’s Platinum-selling sixth album.
Dave Vanian and Captain Sensible will be appearing on stage with drummer Rat Scabies and guitarist Brian James for the first time in over 25 years.
Eight of the tracks charted in the British Top 50 and the album itself spent six months in the UK album chart, going gold.
Following ‘Parallel Lines’ was no small task, but with their ‘Eat To The Beat’ album, Blondie proved they still had plenty of tasty licks up their sleeves.
MGK's pivot to rock continues with a deluxe version of his latest project, containing six new songs, including an acoustic version of his smash single ‘bloody valentine.’
Urgent and driving, The Ruts’ debut album, ‘The Crack’, was an impressively diverse offering merging reggae influences and politically charged anthems.
The legendary punks' new EP is set for release through Search & Destroy/Spinefarm on October 16.
Supercharging punk with hardcore speed and bratty humour, the likes of Blink-182, Sum 41 and Green Day took skate-punk into the mainstream in the 90s.