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

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  1. No Slam Dancing, No Stage Diving, No Spikes

    No Slam Dancing, No Stage Diving, No Spikes: An Oral History Of The Legendary City Gardens


    No Slam Dancing, No Stage Diving, No Spikes is an oral history of 80s-era alternative, metal and punk rock music told through the portal of one club Trenton, New Jersey's legendary City Gardens. Learn More
  2. No Wave

    No Wave


    No Wave traces the history of this noisy and uncompromising genre, from its most famous names down to its many offshoots and sidetracks. Learn More
  3. No Wave: Post-Punk. Underground. New York. 1976-1980

    No Wave: Post-Punk. Underground. New York. 1976-1980


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    No Wave is the first book to visually chronicle the collision of art and punk in the New York underground of 1976 to 1980. Learn More
  4. NYHC

    NYHC: New York Hardcore 1980–1990


    Known for its glamorous 1970s punk rock scene, New York City matched the grim urban reality of the 1980s with a rawer musical uprising: New York hardcore. Learn More
  5. Punk House

    Punk House: Interiors In Anarchy


    The 'punk house' may come in any number of forms. The most common type is often where a large group of like-minded punks cram into a house usually intended to accommodate two or three people, resulting in low rent and, thus, extended hours of leisure for the residents to pursue their true interests. Learn More
  6. Punk Rock Blitzkrieg: My Life as a Ramone

    Punk Rock Blitzkrieg: My Life as a Ramone


    Rolling Stone ranked the Ramones at #26 on its list of the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time." They received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011 and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002. Learn More
  7. Punkademics



    The basement show in the ivory tower... Learn More
  8. Punkrockpaperscissors



    PUNKROCKPAPERSCISSORS is a one-of-a-kind tribute to '80s punk rock and hardcore, archiving over 600 show flyers that exemplify the scene's unfettered creativity and DIY ethic. Learn More
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    Radio Silence/ A Selected Visual History Of American Hardcore Music


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    Radio Silence is a selected visual history of American Hardcore Music. Compiled by authors Nathan Nedorostek and Anthony Pappalardo. Learn More
  10. Sniffin' Glue

    Sniffin' Glue: And Other Rock'n'roll Habits: The Essential Punk Accessory


    Sniffin' Glue was the most vital and cutting edge punk fanzine of its time. It featured all the key artists of the time from "The Ramones" and the "Sex Pistols" to "Blondie". Learn More
  11. Sober Living for the Revolution

    Sober Living for the Revolution: Hardcore Punk, Straight Edge And Radical Politics


    Straight edge has persisted as a drug-free, hardcore punk subculture for 25 years. Its political legacy, however, remains ambiguous – often associated with self-righteous macho posturing and conservative puritanism. Learn More
  12. Straight Edge

    Straight Edge: Hardcore Punk, Clean-Living Youth, And Social Change


    Straight edge is a clean living youth movement that emerged from the punk rock subculture in the early 1980s. Its basic tenets promote a drug-free, tobacco-free, and sexually responsible lifestyle-tenets that, on the surface, seem counter to those typical of teenage rebellion. Learn More
  13. The Jam: Sounds From The Street

    The Jam: Sounds From The Street


    The Jam emerged from the punk explosion of 1977, combining the energy of that movement with the musical values and styles of the previous generation's mod icons. The Jam: Sounds from the Street is the inside story of Paul Weller, Bruce Foxton and Rick Buckler's rise to fame, their brief but momentous reign and their shocking decision to quit at the peak of their success. Learn More
  14. Touch & Go

    Touch and Go: The Complete Hardcore Punk Zine '79-'83


    Touch and Go fanzine was the brainchild of Tesco Vee and Dave Stimson and was launched in Lansing, Michigan, in 1979. Major fanatics of the new punk happenings in the late 70s, TV and DS set out to chronicle, lambaste, ridicule, and heap praise on all they arbitrarily loved or hated in the music communities in the US and abroad. Learn More
  15. Trapped in a Scene

    Trapped In A Scene - UK Hardcore 1985-1989


    The underground hardcore scene of the mid-late Eighties was UK punk rock's last significant creative gasp. Learn More
  16. Life And Career Of Lou Reed

    Waiting for the Man: The Life and Career of Lou Reed


    Lou Reed influenced generations of copyists that took note of his outlaw status, ambiguous sexual orientation characterized by his seventies relation­ship with the transvestite Rachel, his implacable mystique, and his cool and defiant attitude as the narrator of subcultures. Learn More
  17. White Riot

    White Riot: Punk Rock and the Politics of Race


    The first comprehensive reader on punk and race, from The Clash to Bad Brains. Learn More

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