Punk Is Dead: Modernity Killed Every Night

Punk Is Dead: Modernity Killed Every Night

An anthology featuring the most astute commentators and participants of the underground rise of punk, in this nuanced portrait of the era.


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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.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Richard Cabut
Richard Cabut Richard Cabut is a writer, playwright and musician. Richard’s fiction has appeared in magazines and anthologies including The Edgier Water...
Andrew Gallix
Andrew Gallix Andrew Gallix has lectured at the Sorbonne University (Paris IV) in Paris since 1992. In 2000, he launched one of the first literary webzine...
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