Both 'Up All Night' and 2006's 'Razorlight' were multi-platinum successes for Johnny Borrell and company.
Urgent and driving, The Ruts’ debut album, ‘The Crack’, was an impressively diverse offering merging reggae influences and politically charged anthems.
If you’re a key member of a successful band, the solo bug will bite. Here we salute some of the most notable artists who found life after the band.
In 1976, the group were the talk of London town, and soon theirsigning saga become the stuff of legend.
Fury's legions of fans included future punk guru Malcolm McLaren, who improbably exercised that admiration as he oversaw the Pistols' early rehearsals.
The pioneering, Lancashire-born punk singer-songwriter died of a heart attack in his adopted home country of Estonia on 6 December.
With 'How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb,' U2 were in the mood to complete the circle back to being the uncompromising rock ‘n’ roll band we first knew.
Pete Shelley, the lead singer and co-founder of punk pioneers Buzzcocks has died in Estonia reportedly from a heart attack at the age of 63.
The legendary punk album’s new edition was remastered at Turan Audio and cut to vinyl at Abbey Road Studios.
From hip 60s shows such as ‘Ready Steady Go!’ to the iconic ‘Top Of The Pops’ and anarchic mayhem of ‘The Tube’, UK music TV has a rich history.
The best political punk songs have stood the test of time, remaining wholly relevant in an era when politics thrives on lies and confusion.
Ever since rearing its head in the 70s, punk politics continue to shape our way of thinking, thanks to outspoken bands unafraid of making a stand.
This year’s best punk music gifts cover anarchic offerings from both sides of the pond, including PiL, Billy Idol and The Damned.
The satirical 'White Punks On Dope' became one of the enduring anthems of the new wave period.
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.