Film by the BBC ties in with the Museum Of London’s exhibition which celebrated the 40th anniversary of The Clash’s London Calling album
It's gone down in history as a classic, but The Clash's self-tiled debut album offered a thrilling but limited blueprint for the future
London exhibition dedicated to The Clash will run until the spring of 2020 and feature more than 100 items from band’s archive
Public Enemy’s Chuck D narrates The Story Of The Clash in new Spotify series which explores “the rise, reign and ferocious self-destruction of one of music’s most prolific bands”
1983 demo Czechoslovak Song / Where Is England will feature on upcoming album Joe Stummer 001 - out on Friday
Joe Strummer 001 will launch in September featuring previously unreleased material and remasters - watch lyric video for London Is Burning
Ever wonder what classic World Cup moments would look like on cup-winning album sleeves? Wonder no more…
Before his death, Joe Strummer could hardly get arrested. Afterwards, he was feted as a rock icon. This is the inside story of the solo years struggle of a punk rock warlord
Marvel redesign classic album covers by Nirvana, Guns N’ Roses, The Clash and Blondie – and give them a superhero twist
Rock Against Racism: Tom Robinson thinks of it as “the punk Woodstock”. It was the moment punk turned popular, and people’s band The Clash became real rock stars
Kansas just cancelled their European tour citing "security concerns". Here's eight rock bands who pulled out of tours for eyebrow-raising reasons...
Released on 8 April, 1977, The Clash talks about people in boring jobs, with annoying bosses, in a world going to shit and divided by race. No wonder it's so timeless…
Someone's produced a series of imaginary football shirt designs based on classic album sleeves... and they're brilliant
It's one of punk's most iconic images – so why doesn't photographer Pennie Smith enjoy talking about it?
See Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Joe Strummer in short clip from upcoming Clash-inspired film London Town
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