Tag: Ian MacKaye

Classic Day – We All Learn

As George Harrison once stated profusely, “All things must pass,” and this is true also in the case of the good times. With Minor Threat’s final project, Salad Days is a fantastic send-off into the nether with a skeletal hand to shake. The three-track… Continue Reading “Classic Day – We All Learn”

LIVE PHOTOGRAPHY – GLEN FRIEDMAN X IAN MACKAYE AT ROUGH TRADE, APRIL 1ST, 2022

Classic Day – Betray

As history seems to continue to repeat, the teachings and relations that come from Minor Threat illustrate to stop dead in the tracks, pointing to the past as a reference. Especially on the sole record from Out Of Step which is only nine tracks… Continue Reading “Classic Day – Betray”

Classic Day – Aren’t You Hungry?

It is often easy to write off Fugazi as a stepping stone for Ian MacKaye after the disbandment of Minor Threat into a more tame, modern sound for straight-forward rock music. But immediately, that would be a disservice as Fugazi is an intricate beast… Continue Reading “Classic Day – Aren’t You Hungry?”

Classic Day – The Kids Will Will Have Their Say

Innovation at its peak always requires a change in the atmosphere. Music and art as a generalization is very similar to a pair of clothes, they cannot be the same day after day and must be changed. Through Minor Threat’s youthful title of Salad… Continue Reading “Classic Day – The Kids Will Will Have Their Say”

Classic Day – Seeing Red

The legacy of punk music is a vast and extensive list of aggression, community-based organizations, and a focus on originality and identification. Minor Threat is not just another addition to the vast majority, they are one of the corner marks of music and there… Continue Reading “Classic Day – Seeing Red”

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