The Sex Pistols

A Search For An Anthem For 2020: 45 Songs To Describe This Year

By Alyson Camus | January 1, 2021

it’s a year difficult to define by one single mood

Sex Pistols To Release Live Box Set

By admin | June 4, 2016

Will include the famous Lesser Free Trade Hall show

Sex Pistols Manager Malcom McLaren’s Son Plans To Burn His £5 Million Of Punk Memorabilia

By Alyson Camus | March 19, 2016

‘We need to explode all the shit once more.’

A New Study Reveals That Musical Preferences Are Linked To Cognitive Styles

By Alyson Camus | July 26, 2015

‘Although people’s music choices fluctuates over time, we’ve discovered a person’s empathy levels and thinking style predicts what kind of music they like…. In fact, their cognitive style – whether they’re strong on empathy or strong on systems – can be a better predictor of what music they like than their personality.’

BE THERE AT YER SNARLIEST: Joe Stevens Remembers the Sex Pistols, December 19th

By Iman Lababedi | December 4, 2014

At the time, punk felt like the most incredible thing that had ever ever happened, it took the world, it took the entire rock world of the UK, cpsized it, and the US followed even though neither the Sex Pistols nor punk rock had the blindest chance of maintaining it.

Anarchy In Dover When Joe Stevens Brings His Sex Pistols Pix September 13th, 2014

By Joe Stevens | August 13, 2014

I was fed up doing pictures of Yes for the N.M.E. I loathed the music, the pretencious capes,platform shoes, billowing hair, and keyboards in the round. Along came this kickass, not heavy on musical talent, London foursome- The Sex Pistols,scamming me for cigs and beer,causing utter chaos wherever they played, and providing my cameras with exciting pictures.

The Sex Pistols Get taken: Watch Their Final Gig From 1978

By Iman Lababedi | July 12, 2014

On January 15th, 1978, Johnny Rotten took a plane from San Francisco to New York and stayed with my friend Joe Stevens while announcing to the world he had left the Sex Pistols. Johnny spent two weeks before returning to the UK and inventing Public Image Ltd

1976 – A+ List

By Steve Crawford | June 20, 2014

“Anarchy in the U.K.,” The Sex Pistols. In November of ’76, a sea change occurred in the U.K. music scene as Johnny Rotten introduced himself as an anti-Christ/anarchist. While Rotten was declaring his goal to destroy passersby, the multi-tracked guitar of Steve Jones roared in violent agreement with the sentiment.

The Sex Pistols 'Great Rock and Roll Swindle" Revisted

By Helen Bach | January 6, 2014

It is so difficult to ‘shock’ anymore in entertainment that we consider chicks like Miley Cyrus controversial. Gimme a break and better yet give her one. When bands used to spit or puke on you, or better yet piss and defecate on you (thanks GG Alin!) sticking your tongue out and rubbing your ass on Robin Thick is child’s play.

Two Musicians Per decade Define It!

By Iman Lababedi | November 21, 2013

1950s – Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley – the American songbook and the King Of Rock and Roll, and really, if there is a changing of the guards in 1956 it is between these two men. Incidentally, a sign of the time but neither wrote their own material.