Posts tagged ‘The Clash’

August 21, 2020

This Day In Music History

Joe Strummer of The Clash and The Mescaleros was born on this day in 1952. You can celebrate Strummer’s life and immeasurable impact on music and culture at large with today’s live stream of A Song For Joe – a benefit for #SaveOurStages. Conveniently scheduled here in the states during normal office hours, throw on the headphones, pretend you’re working on spreadsheets and stick it to the man by checking out archival footage of Strummer and appearances by his friends.

July 22, 2011

Atlas Mix – Volume 5 – America

We’re doing a cool little thing with The Atlas, our local whiskey and skeeball joint.  Once a month we’re slipping a mix into their jukebox with a series we’re calling An Atlas Themed Mix (For An Atlas Themed Bar).

Volume 5 is themed around America, and we planned on posting this on the 4th of July for complete synchronicity, but we were partying and forgot. Check out our American Music below.

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March 3, 2011

Atlas Mix – Volume 1 – Cities

We’re doing a cool little thing with The Atlas, our local whiskey and skeeball joint.  Once a month we’re slipping a mix into their jukebox with a series we’re calling An Atlas Themed Mix (For An Atlas Themed Bar).

Volume 1 is themed around Cities, and for those of you farther than a responsible cab ride from The Atlas – you can check it out below.

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August 9, 2010

Sound as Vision – A New Irregularly Recurring Segment

Yes, we're bringing you this genius. You're welcome.

We at P.E. have been huge fans of the whimsical and amazing artwork of Kyle Starks since before the internet was really a thing and he was improving shitty local zines with his awesomeness.  Well, times and technology may change, but luckily Kyle is still golden.  How golden?  He’s agreed to be a part of a new segment we’re calling Sound as Vision where music related things are recreated by artists we love.  Check out the first esteemed entry into this thrilling new saga.

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