Rose Mountain follow-up slated for a February release.
No word on whether MacKaye let loose any “Whoop whoop!” calls or participated in any Faygo showers.
It’s part of a series of rock lip syncs the actor is dubbed #RadOnes.
Vedder covered the song, which concerns suicide, this past weekend in Amsterdam.
A musical narrative of punk’s evolution as a genre and subculture.
The career and philosophies of the legendary D.C. DIYers seem more relevant than ever.
As protests loom, musicians find themselves playing for their rights and a scene’s survival.
Genre-spanning stash features Metallica, Bob Dylan, Patti Smith, Billie Holiday, Iggy Pop, and more.
Charting punk’s proud tradition of exposing presidential bullshit.
UK alt rockers share “the same anger and frustration” as Ian MacKaye.
The hardcore frontman talks about this classic record’s influence.
Brooklyn outfit bring body-moving vibes and an unexpected Fugazi cover to Austin.