MUSIC WE LIKE (MOSTLY)

The titles in this category are all about the different kinds of music we like. Well, mostly.

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  1. Max's Kansas City

    Max's Kansas City: Art, Glamour, Rock and Roll

    $24.95

    At no other time in history has there been a more exciting collision of art, music, and fashion than at Max’s Kansas City from the 1960s to the early 80s. Learn More
  2. Left of the Dial

    Left of the Dial: Conversations with Punk Icons

    $20.00

    Left of the Dial features interviews by musical journalist, folklorist, educator, and musician David Ensminger with leading figures of the punk underground, Ian MacKaye (Minor Threat/Fugazi), Jello Biafra (Dead Kennedys), Dave Dictor (MDC), and many more. Learn More
  3. Independence Days

    Independence Days - The Story of UK Independent Record Labels

    $24.95

    The Story of UK Independent Record LabelsReleased on 21/09/09. Even by the standards of Alex Ogg’s previous work (The Hip Hop Years, No More Heroes etc), Independence Days is an exhaustive undertaking. Collating more than 150 interviews, it traces the story of the UK independent record label boom from the late 70s to the mid-80s, a period which saw a new generation of independent spirits take up the baton and revolutionise the course of popular music. Learn More
  4. Husker Du

    Husker Du: The Story of the Noise-Pop Pioneers Who Launched Modern Rock

    $24.00

    Bob Mould, Grant Hart, and Greg Norton formed Hüsker Dü in 1979 as a wildly cathartic outfit fueled by a cocktail of anger, volume, and velocity. Learn More
  5. Hard Art, DC 1979

    Hard Art, DC 1979

    $23.95

    In 1979, a soon-to-erupt punk scene took hold in Washington, DC, with bands like the Bad Brains, Trenchmouth, Teen Idles, the Untouchables, and the Slickee Boys, among others, at the forefront. Learn More
  6. Grunge

    Grunge

    $24.95

    More than a decade after his death, alienated, awkward, heavily eye-lined Kurt Cobain continues to sit front and center in the arena of popular culture, as the subject of books, music, fashion, gossip, and inspiration for major motion pictures and documentaries. Learn More
  7. Girl In A Band

    Girl in a Band: A Memoir

    $27.99

    Kim Gordon, founding member of Sonic Youth, fashion icon, and role model for a generation of women, now tells her story—a memoir of life as an artist, of music, marriage, motherhood, independence, and as one of the first women of rock and roll, written with the lyricism and haunting beauty of Patti Smith's Just Kids. Learn More
  8. England's Dreaming

    England's Dreaming: Anarchy, Sex Pistols, Punk Rock, And Beyond

    $25.99

    Fully updated and expanded with a new introduction by the author! ENGLAND'S DREAMING is the ultimate book on punk, its progenitors, the Sex Pistols, and the moment they defined for music fans in England and the United States. Learn More
  9. Death To Trad Rock

    Death To Trad Rock! - The Post-Punk Fanzine Scene 1982-87

    $24.95

    In the mid-Eighties, as Thatcher turned the screw and the charts overflowed with what felt to many like the most boring pop music ever made, the underground exploded. The post-post-punk scene was a diverse collection of bands brought together by independent releases and a never-ending series of gigs performed in off centre venues the length and breadth of the UK, aided by reportage in fanzines and radio play from John Peel. Learn More
  10. The Day The Country Died (PM Press edition)

    Day The Country Died: A History Of Anarcho Punk 1980-1984

    $24.95

    In this revealing history, author, historian, and musician Ian Glasper explores in minute detail the influential and esoteric UK anarcho-punk scene of the early 1980s. Learn More

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