The Ruts DC were formed out of the ashes of influential punk band the Ruts, after their singer Malcolm Owen died in 1980. Front man Segs Jennings talks about their first album in thirty years, 'Rhythm Collision Vol. 2', the Ruts legacy and why he had decided to perform Ruts songs for the first time
Life After Death ? : A Profile (2003)
Massively influential in punk circles, the Ruts came to an abrupt end when their singer, Malcolm Owen died of an heroin overdose shortly after they released their debut album. John Clarkson charts the band's history and examines their lasting legacy
Punk Singles Collection (2006)
Superb collection of classic singles from reggae-inspired 70's punks the Ruts, many of them released in their original 7” versions for the very first time on CD
To celebrate forty years since the release of 'The Crack' Ruts DC take their seminal debut album on the road in February. Denzil Watson caught up with the band’s gregarious drummer Dave Ruffy to speak about the album and 40th anniversary tour.
Andrew Twambley in the second of two galleries taken at this year's Positive Vibration Festival in Liverpool photographs The Neville Staple band,. The Ruts, Tippa Irie and The Twinkle Brothers