The punk rock version of James Dean, Sid Vicious solidified his fame by dying young, leaving behind memories of his notorious behavior and the mystery of his girlfriend’s murder.
San Francisco’s new wave band Romeo Void exists in a curious interstice between the social context of the early ‘80s while being wholly prescient of our era of #MeToo.
After disappearing for several years, New Zealand’s beloved alt-rock scholars Popstrangers are back with a new record. To celebrate, they note their five all-time favorite venues.
The second day of Berlin’s newest rock festival, Tempelhof Sounds, sees a spike in attendance and thrilling shows from Maximo Park, Alt-J, Sophie Hunger, and headliners Muse.
Punk’s “question everything” attitude has always been suited to education, despite the forces that seek to contain its rabble-rousing trouble-making from the classroom.
Fucked Up commemorate their 2011 landmark David Comes to Life with Do All Words Can Do, a B-sides compilation capturing the spirit of the original, even at a fraction of the length.
Perennial’s In the Midnight Hour is what you dial up on your car stereo when you’re looking to cruise with the windows down and scare your fellow drivers into a bit of submission.
With the release of Glow On, Turnstile have let go of genre restraints by blending pop and hardcore punk and creating something new and original.