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The Aesthetics of Anarchy: A Report from the House of Crass

Interview by Mike Stand, Face, The, December 1981

THIS MUST be the dialectic of rock journalism. The talk is about whether there should be talks. Should Crass co-operate with The Face? ...

Veg Wedge

Overview by Steven Wells, NME, May 1987

With Crass, Poison Girls and Flux in either retirement or a state of change, and Conflict in trouble, the anarcho-punk movement is in tatters. STEVEN ...

Crass: Re-issues

Review by Martin Aston, Q, October 1990

IF ANY GROUP seem wholly inappropriate for CD repackaging, then Crass are it, being eight admitted non-musicians who used snarl-toothed punk music as a vehicle ...

Crass: Where Are They Now?

Profile by Martin Aston, Q, October 1990

CRASS WERE BRITAIN'S seminal anarcho-punk band, whose communal life and own Crass label epitomised the movement's DIY ethic. Handling everything from mail order, promoting gigs ...

Crass' Penny Rimbaud

Interview by Richie Unterberger, Perfect Sound Forever, December 1996

THE SPIN Alternative Record Guide wrote that Crass were "probably the first rock band whose liner notes are not only indispensable, but often better reading ...

G Sus of Crass

Interview by Richie Unterberger, Perfect Sound Forever, December 1996

THE SPIN Alternative Record Guide wrote that Crass were "probably the first rock band whose liner notes are not only indispensable, but often better reading ...

see also Honey Bane

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