Punk is Dead
|Author:||Bryan R. Turcotte|
An exposition of the lasting impact of punk on visual culture worldwide. Punk slipped quietly under the cultural radar before rising again to inspire new generations of creative and idealistic artists and musicians. This work features an essay by one of the most respected voices of the fiercely independent DIY music underground, Ian Mackaye. Other contributors include Malcolm McLaren, Vincent Gallo and Matt Burosso.