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“Anarchy in the U.K.”/”I Wanna Be Me” The Sex Pistols, (“Banned in the U.K.”) EP cover Sex Pistols Records/Gutterbest Ltd., 1977 Design: Jamie Reid, presumably Happy Birthday Johnny Rotten (b. 1956)! French release 12″ single (originally released in a plain, … Continue reading
by Jesse Marinoff Reyes ( Jesse Marinoff Reyes Design, Maplewood, N.J.) Rolling Stone October 20, 1977 issue Photographs: Bob Gruen (b. 1945), left, and Dennis Morris. Art Director: Roger Black Happy Birthday Johnny Rotten (b. 1956)!
by Art Chantry ( firstname.lastname@example.org) early and very very nasty.just a little dance band out to destroy the world. and yet people compare them to the monkees and think the clash were THE political punk band. LOL
by Art Chantry ( email@example.com) back in the late 70′s, when punk first hit the northwest, i had this self-portrait of the futurist depero hanging on my wall right next to a photo of johnny rotten. separated at birth? you … Continue reading
It was to address the decline of individuality. In the new technological world, the individual had meaning and value only to the extent it was in the service of this new instrumentality. Artistically, though artists generally targeted their work into … Continue reading
by Art Chantry (firstname.lastname@example.org) I’m not very comfortable with the new popular label “post punk”. to begin with, it denotes a time frame – it comes after ‘punk’, right? ok, so how do we define 1) “punk” and IT’S time … Continue reading
From the French situationists such as Guy Debord and the May 1968 revolution in Paris it was one three chord riff to the punk rock era…. Art Chantry (email@example.com): Malcolm Mclaren was a hustler. Despite all his pretensions, he was … Continue reading
Rock the Cashbah.The commodification of punk. Was it all about the look? Art Chantry (firstname.lastname@example.org): When these durn kids these days talk about punk bands, they always get all misty-eyed and slobbery over the clash. Yet, they think of the … Continue reading