What it means to be queer and punk in 2020
Shot by Heather Glazzard, members of London’s LGBTQ+ punk community discuss queering the subculture.
The punk artists who inspired Palace’s up coming capsule collection
In the 70s, John Dove and Molly White dressed Debbie Harry and Iggy Pop. Now, their striking work is inspiring a Palace capsule collection out this month.
Meet Crack Cloud, the art collective operating at the center of Vancouver’s opioid crisis
Their debut album 'Pain Olympics' is full of catchy punk anthems that explore living in a post-truth society and how to build a brighter future.
Meet cumgirl8, the punk band of sex positive superheroes
Chase Noelle, Lida Fox and Veronika Vilim's new self-titled EP is a fully charged commentary and critique in the name of climax.
Wandering anti-rock duo Faux Real are redefining DIY
The Franco-American up-and-comers on their playful performances, hardware store aesthetic and their eponymous debut EP, out today.
these photos capture madrid's club kids in the 80s
A new exhibition celebrates 'La Movida,' the experimental punk movement that emerged after decades of dictatorship in Spain.
lydia lunch’s new book is a feminist snapshot of our times
i-D talks to the no wave icon about 'So Real It Hurts,' her relationship with Anthony Bourdain, and revolting against the political chaos.
meet gap-toothed gucci muse and nyc punk frontwoman dani miller
She freakin’ rules.
'kalifornia kool' documents san fran's unruly punk scene in the 70s
Legendary photographer Ruby Ray shares the crazy stories behind the photos in her new book.
jordan is the original queen of punk
A new autobiography tells the fabulous story of Jordan, the one-named wonder woman who personified London’s punk scene in the 70s.
the best things to watch, see, and do this week
Your indispensable gui-De to leisure action in NYC, April 8 to 14.
linder sterling: “revolt and rebellion has to happen some part in secret. today there’s this collective urge to share everything”
From underground artist to exhibiting her art on the underground, Linder Sterling has surpassed punk provocateur to become something of a national treasure. Ahead of her new show, we discussed a career working as a surgeon of British iconography.