Whether you love it or loath it, Black And White signalled a more ambitious future for the Stranglers post-punk. Roger Kasper delves into the album that divided fans.
Emerging in 1977 in the live-fast, record-fast, play-fast and then leg it to oblivion days, Cult Figures' punk pedigree cannot be disputed. Later this month, they return with a brand new album.
One of the most exciting grime-punk bands in the UK are back and loud and ready to play you the video for 'Backwords 2'
If you’re a punk who also likes ska then sit up and take notice. Ska-punk legends The Mighty Mighty Bosstones have released a track you need to check out!
Jean-Jacques Burnel talks about the tragedy of the keyboardist’s death, how it has spurred on a new album and why the band weren’t punks... or were they?
There's no way you can know all these 22 Strangler Facts! If you do, you are either a liar, liar pants on fire, or (like our own Roger Kasper) some kind of freak Strangers super-fan!
Socially-distanced trestle tables for six. Beer brought to you on trays, not thrown over you by an over-excited muppet! And please stay seated – we’ll bring the merch to you. It’s a punk gig, but…
Bands suffering from lockdown fever can be forgiven for crawling into a cocoon. But UK four-piece The Ramonas have been as busy as ever – albeit absent from the live scene like so many. When lockdown…
"I realised that I had on my hands that most un-punk of things - a concept album," says TV Smith