The Clash – Mick Jones

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The Clash – Mick Jones

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INDIE ROCK AND NEW WAVE HITS REIMAGINED AS PULPY 1950S EPHEMERA.

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INDIE ROCK AND NEW WAVE HITS REIMAGINED AS PULPY 1950S EPHEMERA.

There’s a fellow out there named Todd Alcott who has put together an enchanting series of prints reimagining popular songs by some of the most vital musical artists of the 1970s through the 1990s as various graphical items mostly dating from before the rock era—e.g., pulpy paperbacks, “men’s life” mags, lurid sci-fi posters, and so on.

UNDER THE RADAR: Cloud Nothings – “So Right So Clean”

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UNDER THE RADAR: Cloud Nothings – “So Right So Clean”

The band are sharing another new song from the album, “So Right So Clean,” which starts of slow and stormy before breaking out into the bashing, frantic energy that the Cleveland band made their name on. “So right, so clean/ But does it mean anything/ No,” Dylan Baldi sings.

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Hear Unreleased Joe Strummer Track ‘Czechoslovak Song/Where Is England’

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Hear Unreleased Joe Strummer Track ‘Czechoslovak Song/Where Is England’.

Four days before the release of Joe Strummer 001, Ignition Records share the unreleased 1983 demo of “This Is England”, entitled “Czechoslovak Song/Where Is England.”

“Czechoslovak Song/Where Is England” features Joe Strummer on vocals & guitar, Paul Simonon on bass, and Pete Howard on drums.

The demo is taken from the first compilation to span Joe’s career outside of The Clash, Joe Strummer 001, out digitally this Friday September 28th with physical copies available October 5th.

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