The unique collaboration combines the best elements of each artist.
The best of R&B and punk join forces for a unique collaboration.
Classic anthems for fast cars, dream wheels, jalopies, and more.
Everyone makes mistakes, right? Right?
Keeping the spirit of Strummer alive, one cover at a time.
Sometimes it’s preferable to think inside the box.
From box sets and films to the wacky and practical.
Short-lived festival staged by Steve Wozniak to be immortalized in DVD.
10 years later, we’re still with you, Joe.
They also perform a song together.
One-of-a-kind jackets up for sale online.
The list that might start a riot.
The Philly songwriter’s gone reggae.
Hold on to your butts.
Sound System arrives this September.
Every punk band needs a decent Clash cover.
The days of Trapper Keepers, Yikes Pencils, and MC Hammer.
The Clash frontman’s best quotes and videos.
It ain’t over ’til it’s over.
Simply “makin’ music” again.
His collaborative effort with Rancid’s Tim Armstrong gets an RSD release.
“Guns of Brixton” has never sounded so strummy.
We take a look at some of this year’s special releases.
You know, just in case you missed anything.
No James Franco x2.
Please no James Franco.
Last time there was a White Riot over there, a wall came down…
In the meantime, getting ready for reissues!
It’s packed to the gills with lyrically potent, musically interesting, crowd-pleasing songs, and it’s totally obvious to this newbie that it deserves its status as a classic.
After five years, Gorillaz is back!
We remember one of music’s greatest legends…
Get the scoop on London Calling‘s latest reissue.
Mick Jones and Topper Headon team up (w/ Billy Bragg) for charity!
He already looks like Joe Strummer and talks like Joe Strummer. Now, Glasvegas frontman James Allen is even acting like The Clash legend.
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