The Clash
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Features // 17 Articles
Columns // 3 Articles
Reviews // 10 Articles
Blogs // 10 Articles
Media // 4 Articles
//Features

The 100 Greatest Alternative Singles of the ‘80s: Part 4: 40 - 21
30 Sep 2015 // 8:02 PM

Stories sung with grace and compassion. We can only hope our stories will be told so well, sometime.

What Was So Great about the Clash, Anyway?
27 Feb 2011 // 3:00 PM

So how does someone go from anti-nuke activist to serious foreign policy maven, student protester to midlife bourgeoisie, and feel the same way about "The Only Band That Matters"?

//Columns

The Sound of Venezuela's Restlessness
26 Mar 2014 // 8:30 PM

As protests continue to rage in Venezuela, a traditional Venezuelan spirit is on display. It is thoughtful and reflective, yet opaque. It might be best understood through the music.

Tomorrow Belongs to Her: The Art That Rose Against Thatcher
2 Jun 2013 // 5:15 PM

Margaret Thatcher is dead, yet her influence is stronger than ever. What lessons can be drawn from the cultural response to Thatcherism, and can they be applied again?

//Reviews

The Fall of The Clash Minus the Rise
18 May 2014 // 8:10 PM

For a telling of "the only band that mattered", there's something of a lack of yeast in the brew, here.

Cobra Skulls: Agitations
8 Dec 2011 // 3:00 PM

Shades of The Clash in the Reno trio's third full-length...

//Blogs

The Clash - "London Calling" (Singles Going Steady Classic)
15 Apr 2016 // 6:25 AM

The Clash were punk's proud, leftist poet-intellectuals, equally interested in cultivating their own political identity as they were in capturing rock's unbridled ferocity.

The Clash Album That Never Was: 'Rat Patrol From Fort Bragg'
11 Feb 2015 // 3:00 AM

Even in bootleg form, the Clash's Rat Patrol From Fort Bragg stands as one of the most daring, fearless, idiosyncratic recordings ever put on tape by a major recording artist.

//Mixed media
//Blogs

'Fire Emblem Heroes' Is a Bad Crossover

// Moving Pixels

"Fire Emblem Heroes desperately and shamelessly wants to monetize our love for these characters, yet it has no idea why we came to love them in the first place.

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