Burning Britain By Ian Glasper (PM Press)

In the late seventies, music critics and record labels declared the punk movement dead, leaving almost no media space for bands who remained in those circles. Punk rock went completely underground, but thankfully, during those years, several subgenres emerged from the remnants. Anarcho-punk, d-beat, crust, hardcore punk, UK82, Oi!, post-punk, art-punk, and goth-rock were probably… Read More ...

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