52 min

Episode 100 - Punk Rock Since the World's been Turning

    • History

While it struggled for radio play, Punk managed to take over the world anyway. Digging its teeth into the pillars holding up “respectable society”, it leaked its way out of the world’s cultural centres to disenfranchised, embittered youth and gave them the tools to fight back. This is music as war, music as identity, music as freedom.  So, Cheers to our hundredth episode - let’s talk about Punk.

We have special guest Legs McNeil, co-author of the book Please Kill Me, which is inarguably the book on Punk Rock

While it struggled for radio play, Punk managed to take over the world anyway. Digging its teeth into the pillars holding up “respectable society”, it leaked its way out of the world’s cultural centres to disenfranchised, embittered youth and gave them the tools to fight back. This is music as war, music as identity, music as freedom.  So, Cheers to our hundredth episode - let’s talk about Punk.

We have special guest Legs McNeil, co-author of the book Please Kill Me, which is inarguably the book on Punk Rock

52 min

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