The People’s March For Jobs as reported in the NME, 23 May, 1981.
The Members interviewed in the NME, 7 April, 1979, as their first album came out. It was a big fave of both myself and Porky the Poet.
1978 and punk rock sports long trousers; “What the Jam had before was the blueprint: now they’ve perfected the technique, cased the formula, and revolutionised the trio concept into the bargain.”
Adrian Mitchell in Black Dwarf, Vol 14 No. 20, 18 April, 1969.
Benjamin Zephaniah’s poem about a fascist attack, and the people fighting back, at the Aklam Hall in Ladbroke Grove from Tirane Thrash, number 2, 1984.
Rough Trade lists vinyl and fanzines in the NME, 23 May, 1981. Great to see both Skins, and Pigs For Slaughter therein.
Sounds put out a magazine alongside the 2 Tone film, Dance Craze, in 1981. The articles were all penned by Garry Bushell.