The new musical Verböten uses the story of Jason Narducy’s forgotten early-80s band to talk about the power of subculture.
Sinead O’Connor’s 1990 album combines the rage of ’80s antifascist punk with a private grief that’s timeless—it’s music for a battle we hoped we’d never have to wage again.
Director Penelope Spheeris hosts a screening of the first two Decline documentaries at the Music Box this weekend.
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Wonderful” by the Circle Jerks
Revolution has finally bottled TV Party, a fruity rye IPA that’s part of its series of beers paying homage to the Repo Man soundtrack.
Check out the new music video for Off!’s “Cracked”
Keith Morris on vinyl geekdom and why punks shouldn’t have so many rules
Off! visits Bottom Lounge in April with Trash Talk. Here’s a video of the band playing “Panic Attack” and “Rat Trap.”
Enough of the Chicago Michelin Guide hype.
The city’s expansive punk beatdown returns with a lineup that includes the Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Articles of Faith, Circle Jerks, Propagandhi, Negative Approach, Bad Religion, Naked Raygun, the Zero Boys, the Bronx, and others.