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The Clash Apr 23, 2019
This is a public service announcement.. On the 23rd April 1982 Know Your Rights was released 📻
The Clash Apr 18, 2019
Hear the full story now: Stay Free: The Story of The Clash narrated by Chuck D Listen here:
The Clash Apr 13, 2019
To celebrate the birthday of the producer Guy Stevens, here's video footage of him and the band recording London Calling in Wessex Studios
The Clash Apr 08, 2019
On the 8th April 1977, the debut album 'The Clash' was released. What's your favourite track? 📻
The Clash Mar 27, 2019
Episodes 1-4 explain the hurdles The Clash faced before landing a deal and shooting to world recognition, with two ground-breaking records, two pivotal tours and everything else that came in between. Public Enemy’s Chuck D narrates - Stay Free: The Story of The Clash Listen here:
The Clash Mar 18, 2019
All the power's in the hands Of people rich enough to buy it. White Riot released on 18 March 1977
The Clash Feb 28, 2019
The Clash : Now on Instagram
The Clash Feb 27, 2019
On this day in 1982, The Clash played Thamasat University in Bangkok, Thailand. While there, Pennie Smith shot this album cover. Listen here:
The Clash Feb 15, 2019
What does Chuck D think of The Clash? Starts on 28th February.
The Clash Feb 15, 2019
"I met them at their ICA gig in 1976 and went to Chalk Farm to photograph them soon afterwards. They look cool and lean and hungry. They had iconic status even then.” - Sheila Rock © 2019 Rockarchive
The Clash Feb 15, 2019
The Clash
The Clash Feb 07, 2019
Shout out to to our mates at KEXP on #InternationalClashDay. ⓒ Pennie Smith
The Clash Feb 06, 2019
The Clash Jan 18, 2019
On this day in 1980, The 16 Tons Tour arrives in Caird Hall, Dundee.
The Clash Dec 25, 2018
25-DEC 1979: The Clash host their ‘Christmas Dinner Dance’ at Acklam Hall, off Portobello Road under the Westway. Happy Holidays.
The Clash Dec 19, 2018
“… Simonon’s feet retracing moves from his Clash days and gut-rumbling bass to the fore.” - Q, 4/5 stars Paul is heading out on the road in 2019 with The Good The Bad And The Queen All dates can be found here:
The Clash Dec 15, 2018
On this day, Paul Gustav Simonon was born in London... Happy Birthday Paul. The Guns of Brixton:
The Clash Nov 10, 2018
On the 10th November 1978, Give 'Em Enough Rope was released. While the album was being previewed to the press in a small movie theatre in Soho, Topper and Robin Banks took a couple of boxes round to Cheapo Cheapos second hand record store in Brewer Street, making them the first store in the UK to stock the album.
The Clash Nov 07, 2018
Today in 1977 saw the bands Get Out Of Control tour screech into Birmingham's Top Rank
The Clash Oct 24, 2018
'Merrie Land' the second album by The Good, The Bad & The Queen out 16th November. The Super Boxset will contain an exclusive screen print, postcards and a limited wood-cut print, hand printed by Paul Simonon. Pre-order here: Watch the first track off the new album now on YouTube:
The Clash Sep 28, 2018
Joe Strummer 001 - featuring rare and unreleased songs. Available to stream, buy and download now from "A must have for Strummer aficionados" - 10/10 Louder Than War
The Clash Sep 21, 2018
In September 1979 the band played two night at New York’s Palladium where Pennie Smith captured this classic photo.
The Clash Aug 25, 2018
The Clash - Let's Go Crazy
The Clash Aug 21, 2018
In celebration of Joe Strummer's birthday today, here is a short film featuring rare footage of Joe and unreleased songs. These songs are all available in ‘Joe Strummer 001’, the first anthology to span Joe Strummer’s career outside of his recordings with The Clash, released September 28, 2018. Pre-order 'Joe Strummer 001':
The Clash Jul 18, 2018
Tonight on the Casbah Club tour, the band played Bingley Hall, Birmingham. Were you there? Photo Credit: Phil Williams