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The Ramones, live at CBGBs – 1974

The Ramones, live at CBGBs – 1974

Malcolm McLaren – his life, authenticity vs karaoke culture

Malcolm McLaren – his life, authenticity vs karaoke culture

“Never Mind the Bollocks Here’s the Txt Pistols” Malcolm’s McLaren’s “Reflections on Learning” keynote presented at the Handheld Learning Conference 2009, London. Malcolm discusses his life, the challenges that authenticity… Read more »

John Cooper Clarke – Beasley Street into Beasley Boulevard

John Cooper Clarke – Beasley Street into Beasley Boulevard

The times they have a changed, from the Street to the Boulevard:

Desert Island Discs – Jeremy Gluck

Desert Island Discs – Jeremy Gluck

In the first of an ongoing Ripped & Torn series, we present Punk Rock Desert Island Discs as chosen by the great and the good. We start with Jeremy Gluck,… Read more »

We Are The Writing On The Wall Exhibition

We Are The Writing On The Wall Exhibition

With thanks to Joly MacFie: PUNKCAST1953 Preview party for We Are The Writing On The Wall exhibit, launching the book ‘100 Fanzines/10 Years of British Punk: 1976-1985’, at The NY… Read more »

Pulp – Common People, live in the USA

Pulp – Common People, live in the USA

You will never understand How it feels to live your life With no meaning or control And with nowhere left to go You are amazed that they exist And they… Read more »

Ari Up on Patti Smith – Never Trust A Hippie

Ari Up on Patti Smith – Never Trust A Hippie

Ari Up (RIP) spills the beans

Gee Vaucher from Crass – Q&A at “In All Our Decadence People Die” New York City

Gee Vaucher from Crass – Q&A at “In All Our Decadence People Die” New York City

PUNKCAST1954-02 Gee Vaucher of Crass in conversation with Johan Kugelberg at the “IN ALL OUR DECADENCE PEOPLE DIE ” exhibit at Boo-Hooray NYC on Oct 1 2011 http://www.boo-hooray.com/crass-fanzines/in-all-our-decadence-people-die/  

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