The original bassist with the Sex Pistols, Glen Matlock since then has run a successful solo career and also rejoined the band for their recent stadium tours. He speaks to John Clarkson about his long career, and the Sex Pistols' abiding legacy
Hammersmith Apollo, London, 2/9/2008
At the end of a summer of playing festivals, Anthony Middleton finds that the reformed Sex Pistols thirty years on still having a lot to offer at a one-off gig at the Hammersmith Apollo in London
Brixton Academy, London, 9/11/2007...10/11/2007
Anthony Strutt finds that the Sex Pistols have lost none of their power or abrasiveness thirty years on at two of the gigs in their week long residency at the Brixton Academy on their recent reformation tour
London Crystal Palace, 27/7/2002
John Clarkson finds a reformed and surprisingly well-rehearsed Sex Pistols still capable of producing the odd surprise in their first show in six years at London's Crystal Palace.
Dread Meets Punk Under Heavy Discipline (2002)
By the mid-seventies the establishment had managed to alienate its own white youth. It didn’t have to try hard to alienate me since I was a first generation British born black of Jamaican descent and already well pissed off. The popular music of the time
Glen Matlock speaks to Andrew Twambley about the Sex Pistols, the Rich Kids, his solo career and his forthcoming UK tour with David Bowie guitarist Earl Slick.
John Clarkson speaks to Sex Pistols drummer Paul Cook about the reformation of his band the Profesionals, their acclaimed album 'What in the World’ and three new EPs.
Former Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock talks to Dana Miller about his forthcoming rockabilly-influenced new solo album, 'Good to Go', and his touring plans for the future.
Glen Matlock speaks to Denzil Watson about his years with the Sex Pistols, working with Iggy Pop, his recent gigs with Heaven 17 and his current solo acoustic tour
Sex Pistols and Public Image Limited frontman John Lydon speaks to Nick Dent-Robinson about both groups and PiL's latest album, 'What The World Needs Now'
Sex Pistols Experience
John Clarkson speaks to drummer Paul Crook about his much acclaimed tribute band, the Sex Pistols Experience
Chris Spedding, who is possibly Britain’s best known session guitarist, talks to John Clarkson about his new jazz-influenced solo album, 'Pearls', annd working with John Cale, Bryan Ferry and the Sex Pistols
Vic Godard and the Subway Sect
One of the early punk groups, the Subway Sect played with the Sex Pistols and toured with the Clash, but fell victims to bad management and misfortune. Frontman Vic Godard talks to John Clarkson about the band's history, and his long solo career
Sex Pistols Experience
Academy 3, Manchester, 15/3/2014
Melanie Smith finds tribute band the Sex Pistols Experience bringing back strong memories of 1977 at a show at the Academy 3 in Manchester
Dominion, Ottawa, 6/5/2006
The Vibrators appeared on the punk scene in 76, and, contemporaries to the Sex Pistols and the Clash, have continued to tour the world ever since. Andrew Carver watches them play an energetic show at the Dominion in Ottawa
Ghosts of Princes in Towers
In our 'Re:View' section, in which our writers look back on albums from the past, Jon Rogers reflects upon former Sex Pistols' bassist Glen Matlock next band the Rich Kids' 1978 only album, 'Ghosts of Princes in Towers', which has been recently reissued on CD
In the third and final part of his series on the 70's punk era, Adam Wood looks at the rise into the mainstream of the punk movement, after the Sex Pistols' infamous appearance with Bill Grundy on the 'Today' show and its subsequent decline as a result
The Sex Pistols, PIL and Anti-Celebrity
Long overdue, but heavily flawed account of John Lydon's life post the Sex Pistols and in PiL and beyond
Andrew Twambley photographs former Sex Pistols member Glen Matlock, who was joined by David Bowie guitarist Earl Slick, at a show at Rebellion in Manchester.