Punk wouldn’t be what it is without bands like the Stooges, the Clash, the Sex Pistols, Fugazi, and so many others. Started as a countercultural movement, punk quickly became a signifier of identity for young people who saw in its “no future” ethos a place of refuge during difficult times.
About the Author
Eduardo Izquierdo is a Spanish music writer and the codirector of Producciones Acaraperro. His work has appeared in Ruta66, Mondo Sonoro, and Efe Eme, and he is the author of Country Rock. Eloy Pérez Ladaga is a Spanish journalist and music critic. His work has appeared in Rocks, Mondo Sonoro, and Ruta66. This is his fourth book.