Jim Marshall’s images have become a visual diary of the rebellious and revolutionary spirit of the genre.
The 21st-century rock veteran talks ear appointments, dogs, and why he’s considering moving to a monastery.
Freshly uncovered after two decades in storage, Bruno Stettler’s photography showcases the biggest stars of the 1970s and ’80s.
Philly rock band Nothing have braved a tough road – from death and beatdowns to prison and scandal – but now that they’ve reached their apex, frontman Domenic Palermo is making peace with chaos.
As the legendary band round off the biggest tour of their career, we catch up with drummer Jim Sclavunos to discuss progress, punch-ups, and the ‘pornography of violence.’
An obsessive drive to document concerts has given Sacha Lecca unique insight into what makes live music special: chaos, intimacy and a creative force that will never be silenced.
As Banks & Steelz, Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA and Paul Banks from Interpol are breaking new ground with hip hop/rock collaboration, Anything But Words.
In the 1970s racism was rife in the UK, prejudice permeated the fabric of many British towns and cities. But groups like Rock Against Racism fought back; organising protests, gigs and celebrations to pull communities together, putting themselves in serious danger in the process.
Denmark's DIY trailblazers Yung share their tour adventures, shot by frontman and creative powerhouse Mikkel Holm Silkjær.
Annie Clark joins pantheon of rock heroes with signature model that leaves “room for a breast or two”.
As Mongolia emerges from centuries of isolation, rock bands like Mohanik are helping a new generation find its voice and preserve its unique culture.
The Handel House Trust have restored Hendrix's room on Brook Street in Mayfair to exactly how it was when he mastered his version of 'All Along The Watchtower' there.