It’s nowhere near as influential as the original, but it’s got a great fucking personality.
Danny Boyle and his crew return to Edinburgh without falling into the usual sequel traps.
Young Fathers, Blondie, The Clash, Run DMC, Young Fathers, Wolf Alice, and many more.
Metallica cover The Clash’s “Clampdown” as part of rare acoustic set at Bridge School Benefit — watch
The set also included the first performance of “Hero of the Day” in 17 years, as well as an on-stage collaboration with Neil Young.
Derrick Borte-directed drama tells the story of a teenager whose life is altered forever by The Clash.
The coming-of-age drama follows a young boy whose life changes after he discovers The Clash.
The luscious sounds of Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein’s S U R V I V E will soon be yours.
Charting punk’s proud tradition of exposing presidential bullshit.
Julian Casablancas and co. also dust off “Red Light” for the first time in six years.
One man stands at the center of rock history, though he’s more at home behind the mixing console.
Director John Carney returns with another addictive musical masterpiece.
The same cannot be said about London Calling, Tim, or Raw Power.