Tag: The Clash
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.
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.
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.
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.
PLAYLIST: Screaming Females’ Favorite Non-Album Tracks
Preceding their “Singles Too” comp, Marissa Paternoster and Jarrett Dougherty share some B-side favs.
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.
Straight from the King’s Mouth: Wayne Coyne on The Flaming Lips’ New Album for Record Store Day
Named for Coyne’s 2015 art instillation of the same name, “King’s Mouth” features twelve interconnected songs with narration from The Clash’s Mick Jones.
Chuck D Narrates New Podcast Series on The Clash
“Stay Free” will be released as an eight-part series via Spotify.
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.”
Joe Strummer, “Joe Strummer 001”
This new set of rarities unleashes Strummer’s passion into the world in a small but concentrated dose, while honing in on his adoration of American mythology.
PLAYLIST: A Soundtrack to the Resistance
Mute your TV. Turn up your stereo.
Control Room: Talking Shop with Ariel Rechtshaid
Jack-of-all-Genres producer Ariel Rechtshaid chats with us about his production origins, his recent Grammy win, and his current projects, including his position as head judge of Guitar Center’s singer-songwriter competition.
“How to Be a Rock Critic” Howls For Lester Bangs
Erik Jensen inhabits the mind of the famed music critic—without the Romilar.