Listen to new songs from Muzz (Interpol etc), Sondre Lerche, Migos, Voivod, Maps (Stephen Morris remix), Lady Gaga ft. Ariana Grande, Brigid Dawson (Oh Sees), Spirit of the Beehive, Trash Talk, and more.
Greenfield's distinctive keyboards were a huge part of The Stranglers' sound, really driving singles like ”(Get A) Grip (On Yourself),” ”No More Heroes,” ”Peaches,” ”Something Better Change,” and ”Golden Brown.”
The current lineup of MC50, which includes Kim Thayil (Soundgarden), drummer Brendan Canty (Fugazi), bassist Billy Gould (Faith No More), frontman Marcus Durant (Zen Guerrilla) and Wayne himself, play headlining shows in NYC and LA before Muddy Roots.
Punk Rock Bowling is finally old enough to drink, and the stacked 21st annual lineup also includes The Specials, The Stranglers, The Damned, The Vandals, Fear, The Undertones, Fucked Up, Shame, and more.
Last month, The Stranglerstour rolled through NYC, and now former frontman Hugh Cornwell will be making his way here too. Hugh released his new album, Totem & Taboo, on June 25, and it finds him in the fiesty mode of early Stranglers -- as opposed to the synth-heavy sound they adopted in the la…