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Watch The Clash Crank Out “White Riot” with Sham 69’s Jimmy Pursey

The footage is from the new award-winning documentary “White Riot,” about the U.K.’s Rock Against Racism movement.

Put The Clash Back Together Again With New Album Cover Jigsaw Puzzles

The punk legends join Bowie, Iron Maiden, and Metallica in the Rock Saws collection.

FLOOD’s Guide to Record Store Day 2021 Part 2: Beastie Boys, Aretha Franklin, The Clash, Amy Winehouse, and More

23 new releases we’re excited for during RSD Drop 2 on July 17.

Dollar Signs Spoil and Then Clash With Their Id on “B.O.M.B.S.”

This is their third single ahead of the release of “Hearts of Gold” out March 12 on Pure Noise.

Clash of the Titans: Hip-Hop Heavyweights Battle on Instagram Live

Swizz Beatz and Timbaland kicked off the red-hot series. 

PREMIERE: Bedouin Soundclash Soundtrack Love in the End Times with “Full Bloom”

The second single from “Mass” sees the duo take a darker approach to New Orleans–inspired jazz.

Free Exhibit on The Clash’s “London Calling” to Hit—Where Else?—London

The Museum of London will show off over a hundred items from the punk band’s archive.

Chuck D Narrates New Podcast Series on The Clash

“Stay Free” will be released as an eight-part series via Spotify.

WATCH: Stephen Malkmus Goes Full Electroclash on “Viktor Borgia”

The Pavement frontman embraces his inner Fischerspooner on the robotic dance jam from his forthcoming “Groove Denied.”

London Calling: International Clash Day 2019 is Coming Soon

The seventh annual celebration of all things Clash heads to the UK to honor the 40th anniversary of “London Calling.”

Live, in Photos: Major Lazer and Shepard Fairey at Art Basel

The Miami showcase also featured DJ sets from Keen One and the Desperate ApeWives collective.

LA Dreams of the UK: Cold War Kids Share a Playlist of Their British Influences

Nathan Willett shares which overseas artists the band was listening to while putting together their new LP “New Age Norms 3.”

Tony Allen, “There Is No End”

This posthumous LP is less a grand finale summing up a career than it is another piece of a greater puzzle.

Kathleen Hanna Joins Solidarity Not Silence on New Track “This Is Sisterhood”

Members of The Tuts, Petrol Girls, and Personal Best detail the long battle against an alleged abuser.

In Conversation: Julien Temple on Working with Shane MacGowan on His New Pogues Doc “Crock of Gold”

The filmmaker talks profiling MacGowan, Johnny Depp’s role in the project, and peroxide-haired ’80s punk.

Josh Homme, Cherry Glazerr, and More Will Honor Joe Strummer’s Birthday with Live Stream

A Song for Joe will include never-before-seen live footage of the late Clash singer.

PLAYLIST: Local Natives’ Songs That Influenced “Megaton Mile”

Guitarist Ryan Hahn shares a few tracks the band leaned on while penning their “Violet Street” single.

The Best Albums of 2019

Twenty-five records that brought joy in a tough year.

WATCH: The Flaming Lips feat. Mick Jones Release New Video for “Giant Baby”

The track comes off their recent “King’s Mouth: Music and Songs.”

FLOOD ESSENTIALS: April 2019 feat. Khalid, Flying Lotus, Aldous Harding, and More

Give a listen to some of our favorite songs and albums from last month.

A Visit to Wayne Kramer’s America

Fifty years after the MC5 played the Democratic National Convention, hoping to jumpstart a new era, things don’t look much different in the USA. But Wayne Kramer knows that it’s still on us—and him—to change.

This Exhibit Goes to Eleven: A Walk Through Reykjavík’s Punk Museum

The Icelandic Punk Museum features a sizable collection of Nordic punk history dating from the late ’70s to early ’90s.

Bruce Springsteen Announces Deluxe Box Set Edition of “The River” [UPDATED]

The 4-CD/3-DVD “The Ties That Bind: The River Collection” is out December 4.

“How to Be a Rock Critic” Howls For Lester Bangs

Erik Jensen inhabits the mind of the famed music critic—without the Romilar.

In Conversation: Andy Gill and Gang of Four Carry On

A discourse on music, technology and the state of the kingdom

Braid, “No Coast”

The first bands of this second wave came out of the gate in the early ’90s, including the creative (and relatively obscure) Braid.

Speedy Ortiz Take Us Through “The Death of Speedy Ortiz & Cop Kicker .​.​.​Forever” Track by Track

With the reissue of these early solo recordings seeing a vinyl release this Friday, Sadie Dupuis walks us through each of the 22 tracks’ origins.

Signal Boost: 15 Albums from 2021 You Should Know

The year’s most discourse-worthy LPs, according to our Senior Editor.


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