Photographers GODLIS and Angela Boatwright may have captured two distinct scenes - 1970s New York and contemporary Los Angeles - but in-between these images, made then and now, lies a single connecting thread.
As the 100 Club celebrates its 75th birthday this year, Ditto Press founder Ben Freeman reflects on the venue’s incredible countercultural legacy.
Photographer Theo McInnes tracks down diehard trendsetters who refuse to conform, even in old age.
Porn, gender equality and The Buzzcocks: After spending four decades on the frontlines of feminist art, the ’70s punk icon reflects on her career so far.
The lo-fi punk four-piece are back with their long-awaited second album, I Don’t Run. We meet them to talk love, politics, and the lessons they’ve learned so far.
Throughout the ’90s, photographer Christian Vagt lived in the city’s squats, where he shot the everyday lives of his friends, lovers, and fellow LGBT activists.
The cult photographer pays tribute to one of the most iconic punk signifiers of all time, sharing two-decades worth of images & a poetic personal essay.
The defiant artist redefined photography when he first broke onto the scene in the late ’60s, offering his viewers a fresh new way of seeing the world.
With their powerful live shows and politically charged lyrics, Downtown Boys are bringing punk music into 2017 – tackling everything from Trump and DACA to homophobia.
Photographer Neil Massey spent six years living in Vietnam. Now, in his first collection of self-published zines, he captures the hidden corners of the hectic city.
Growing up with gender dysphoria, Laura Jane Grace had to navigate a confusing world of self-doubt. Then she emerged from the chaos as a transgender hero.
The Russian activist reveals all in Riot Days – her shocking new memoir detailing prison life, protests, and the rise of Pussy Riot. Read an extract here.