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They Can Stuff Their Punk Credentials ‘Cause it’s them That Take the Cash’: 1980s Anarcho-Punk Ethics from Below
(London: Autonomedia, 2016-09)
This chapter outlines the major components of punk ethics. It explores in detail what is involved in the production of an ethics from a UK DiY perspective. In doing so attention is drawn to the divisions within and between ...
From Crass to Thrash, to Squeakers: The Suspicious Turn to Metal in UK Punk and Hardcore Post ‘85
(Portsmouth: Itchy Monkey Press., 2016-01)
Crass Reflections on Punk: Capitalism, Culture & Ideology
(Portsmouth: Itchy Monkey Press. London: Active Books. Nottingham: Punk Scholars Press, 2016-06)
This book comprises an undergraduate monograph an essays written in the mid 1990s. The central theme sets up and critically examines the need to examine the work of the anarchist punk band Crass in light of a poverty of ...
Pay No More than 45 Copies. The Collection Legacy of the Crass Record, Reality Asylum
This article sets out an auto-ethnographic and theoretical account of the journey of 45 collected author copies of the 1979 Crass Record ‘Reality Asylum’. The principle aim in this piece is to document and theoretically ...
Building Recording Studios Whilst Bradford Burned
(Brighton: Autonomedia/Minor Compositions, 2012-06)
The UK punk rock ethic of DiY (Do it Yourself) has a considerable and rich legacy attached to it. Indeed, such a continuation has crystallised in the Bradford UK anarcho-syndicalist organisation, the 1in12 Club and is a ...
Glue and Bastards
(London: Active Books. Portsmouth: Itchy Monkey Press, 2013-11)
‘To End Up on Your Table, and Shat Out of an Arse’: Stinky Front Rooms, Cabbages and Animal Rights in Anarcho-Punk
(London: Itchy Monkey Press., 2015-11)
Subcultural Entrance Practices in UK Punk Culture
(Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2014-04)
This chapter sets out to answer three questions: how did people enter punk subculture, why did they become involved, and what was their experience of entry? It presents the case that subcultural entrance is primarily an ...
Distinctions of Authenticity and the Everyday Punk Self
This article examines the construction authenticity of a particular UK DiY punk scene. Using ethnographic data gathered in 2001, it examines members’ reference to broader ethical ideological themes through an analysis of ...