So what groups planted the seeds for punk music? A recent series follows the chaotic path this movement took — and where it’s headed since its 70s heyday.
The 1976 debut album by the Ramones shook things up. But of their many projects, is it the best? We take a look.
Chainsaws, suicides, the KKK – the typical ingredients for a rockin’ punk love song. In tunes like “What’s Your Game” and “I Don’t Care,” Joey Ramone shows us how it’s done.
Mosh pits, heroin and performances in a church… just a few of the truly punk moments captured in these raw documentaries. From Dee Dee Ramone’s last days, to the revolving lineup of Circle Jerks, to the protest-art of Pussy Riot, prepare to start pogo’ing.
Eric Morse’s picture book history of punk — “What Is Punk?” — isn’t just for kids, although Anny Yi’s Play-Doh reproductions of The Stooges and The Sex Pistols alike will appeal to children of all ages.