Punk Is Dead: Modernity Killed Every Night

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Pub Date 27 Oct 2017 | Archive Date 08 Nov 2017

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This original collection of insight, analysis and conversation charts the course of punk from its underground origins, when it was an un-formed and utterly alluring near-secret, through its rapid development. Punk is Dead: Modernity Killed Every Night takes in sex, style, politics and philosophy, filtered through punk experience, while believing in the ruins of memory, to explore a past whose essence is always elusive.

This original collection of insight, analysis and conversation charts the course of punk from its underground origins, when it was an un-formed and utterly...


A Note From the Publisher

Richard Cabut is a writer, playwright and musician. He has written for the Guardian and the Telegraph, as well as NME and Zig Zag under the pseudonym Richard North. He lives in London, UK. Andrew Gallix has lectured at the Sorbonne University in Paris since 1992. In 2000, he launched one of the first literary webzines, 3:AM Magazine, for which he is Editor-in-Chief. He lives near Paris, France.

Richard Cabut is a writer, playwright and musician. He has written for the Guardian and the Telegraph, as well as NME and Zig Zag under the pseudonym Richard North. He lives in London, UK...


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The topic will appeal to fans of punk music, as well as the critical academic readership, with notable contributions from music chroniclers Jon Savage and Simon Reynolds.    

The topic will appeal to fans of punk music, as well as the critical academic readership, with notable contributions from music chroniclers Jon Savage and Simon...


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A very fascinating book if you are interesting in what the punk scene was. Not only music but the lifestyle as well. Not all the essay are at same level but on the whole a very entertaining reading

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