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Clash


Profiles

Tribal Stomp, Monterey, California, 3/9/1979 (2018)

Clash - Tribal Stomp, Monterey, California, 3/9/1979

Our photographer Andrew Twambley in this two part gallery presents some rare photos which he took of the Clash at Tribal Stomp Festival in Monterey, California in 1979.


Tribal Stomp, Monterey, California, 3/9/1979 (2018)

Clash - Tribal Stomp, Monterey, California, 3/9/1979




Albums

Sandinista (2003)

Clash - Sandinista

In the last of our Favourite Albums series, in which a different one of our writers each month writes about an album of his or her choice, Richard Mather writes about the impact on him of the Clash's controversial triple-album, 'Sandinista'


Features

Ten Songs That Made Me Love (2020)

Clash - Ten Songs That Made Me Love

Eoghan Lyng selects tracks by punk legends The Clash for this month’s edition of 'Ten Songs That Made Me Love...' Following the band’s progress, the cuts chart the outfit’s progress from London upstarts to their incorporation of many of the musical trends that came to define the 1980s.


The Image That Made Me Weep (2020)

Clash - The Image That Made Me Weep

In the first of our new series 'The Image That Made Me Weep', in which a different one of our writers or photographers will be reflecting on a favourite photograph, Andrew Twambley writes of a photo taken at a life-changing Clash gig he attended at the legendary Liverpool venue Eric's.


Related


Interviews

Vic Godard and the Subway Sect
Interview Rodney And The Tube Tops - Interview

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


Profiles

Nick Assariti
The Clash: Every Album, Every Song Miscellaneous - The Clash: Every Album, Every Song

Nick Assirati sets out to make the music of The Clash accessible to newcomers and/or younger fans. Fiona Hutchings investigates whether he succeeds.


Gary J. Jucha
The Clash FAQ Miscellaneous - The Clash FAQ

Tony Gaughan finds American Gary Jucha's'The Clash FAQ' to be the definitive book on the seminal punk band


Profile
Joe Strummer Jocasta - Joe Strummer

With the Clash front man Joe Strummer's final two albums, 2001’s ‘Global A Go-Go’ and the posthumously-released 2003 record ‘Streetcore’ having been reissued to coincide with his sixtieth birthday, Malcolm Carter examines both reissues


Live

Chuck Prophet and the Spanish Bombs
Garage, London, 23/7/2011 Chuck Prophet - Garage, London, 23/7/2011

Anthony Strutt watches former Green On Red guitarist Chuck Prophet and his new band the Spanish Bombs cover the whole of the Clash's 'London Calling' album in a fabulous night at the Borderline in London


CSS
Academy, Manchester, 10/10/2008 Tenebrous Liar - Academy, Manchester, 10/10/2008

Despite recent line up changes and an ill received second album, Aaron Brown finds that Brazilian electro clash band CSS have lost none of their on stage magic at a show at the Academy in Manchester


Vibrators
Dominion, Ottawa, 6/5/2006 Vibrators - 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


Joe Strummer
London HMV Oxford Street, 16/7/2001 Joe Strummer - London HMV Oxford Street, 16/7/2001

I never got the Clash at all, I'm afraid. But in these days now, when indie has got somewhat boring, it's worth checking out the old chaps to see if they can still cut it in the Y2K. As I said, I never got the Clash but they never pissed me off either. Wa


Features

Joe Strummer
A Life 1952-2002 Joe Strummer - A Life 1952-2002

Long term Clash fan Denzil Watson looks back and reflects upon on the extraordinary life and the untimely death of Joe Strummer







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