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- Microcosm Publishing 2015; US$ 5.99
Ben Snakepit returns with an all-new book of daily diary comics, continuing to draw years of his life, day-by-day in three panel comic format. Not knowing what the future will hold and no matter how mundane each appears at the time, an apparent narrative always begins to emerge in Ben's life as characters re-appear and interact with him at "Some Shitty... more...
- PM Press 2015; US$ 9.99
Originally published in 1985, One Chord Wonders was the first full-length study of the glory years of British punk. The book argues that one of punk?s most significant political achievements was to expose the operations of power in the British entertainment industries as they were thrown into confusion by the sound and the fury of musicians and... more...
- John Blake Publishing 2015; US$ 5.99
The shimmering, muscular guitar pop of The Smiths shone like a beacon through the eighties as they took up the mantle of the best British band since The Beatles. Their unparalleled musicality inspired a generation of popular bands including Oasis, the Stone Roses and Radiohead. Johnny Marr was the genius behind that revolutionary sound.Manchester-born... more...
- John Blake Publishing 2015; US$ 5.99
With four successful albums to their name, You Me At Six have become one of the most revered and popular alternative rock bands of their generation. When Kerrang! magazine nominated them in 2008, 2009 and 2010 for ?Best British Band?, it indicated they were one of the top acts out there. And when they finally won the coveted title in 2011, and then... more...
- University Press of Mississippi 2011; US$ 35.00
Visual Vitriol: The Street Art and Subcultures of the Punk and Hardcore Generation is a vibrant, in-depth, and visually appealing history of punk, which reveals punk concert flyers as urban folk art. David Ensminger exposes the movement's deeply participatory street art, including flyers, stencils, and graffiti. This discovery leads him to an examination... more...
- John Blake Publishing 2014; US$ 5.99
Kirsty MacColl led a dazzling life - tender, creative, heroic and full of love. This book, by her mother Jean MacColl, charts with moving insight Kirsty's early years, and celebrates her brilliant career at the front rank of the music business in the 1980s and 1990s, with such hits as the Pogues collaboration 'Fairytale of New York'. It mourns her... more...
- Microcosm Publishing 2016; US$ 5.99
In 1996, everything about Joe Biel?s life seemed like a mistake. He was 18, he lived in Cleveland, he got drunk every day, and he had mystery health problems and weird social tics. All his friends? lives were as bad or worse. To escape a nihilistic, apocalyptic worldview and to bring reading and documentation into a communal punk scene, he started... more...
- Touchstone 2016; US$ 14.99
In the tradition of John Green?s The Fault in Our Stars and Me and Earl and the Dying Girl , this incredibly moving and harrowing true story of a teenager diagnosed with cancer is ?a resounding affirmation of how music can lift one?s spirits beyond gray skies and bad news ( Kirkus Reviews ).? Punk?s not dead in rural West Virginia. In fact, it... more...
- Rutgers University Press 2016; US$ 25.95
Reichsrock shines a light on the international white-power music industry, the fandom it has spawned, and the virulently racist beliefs it perpetuates. Kirsten Dyck investigates how white-power bands and their fans have used the internet to spread their message worldwide, while closely examining distinctly local white-power scenes in the United... more...