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Jon Savage is a music writer whose books include England's Dreaming: the Sex Pistols and Punk Rock and 1966: The Year the Decade Exploded.
How the songwriter’s duplicitous behaviour and his visionary music were bound together
Beneath the guitarist's flamboyant virtuosity lay a life scarred by childhood neglect and depression.
Born out of Germany’s industrial heartland, Kraftwerk’s epic electronic pop did not just soundtrack a decade: it created a global language.
Beardsley’s exquisite line drawings opened my eyes to art.
In Sticky Fingers, Joe Hagan has written a rollicking biography, with plentiful sex, drugs, rock’n’roll, gossip and riotous behaviour.
All the confusion, power and excitement of the Sixties could be seen unfolding in its teenage pop press.